Christopher A. Preble, vice president for defense and foreign policy studies at the Cato Institute, argues that selective service is arbitrary now that the U.S. uses an all volunteer military.
Back in early 2004, I was quietly told about Pentagon secret talks regarding making women…
During the Civil War, an enterprising cavalry colonel attached to the Springfield Armory came up with the idea to put a mill in the stock of a Sharps Carbine to grind feed and the rest is fakery legend.
The GSA is getting rid of a gently used UH-60A Blackhawk helicopter with a starting bid of just $200K, but there are a few catches.
Eton Gilmore received a Purple Heart and drove a taxi after coming home from Vietnam, but eventually found himself alone and living in an abandoned house.
The Defense Department announced the contract on Thursday for Winchester to produce .38-caliber, .45-caliber and 9mm rounds until March 2022.
When the Civilian Marksmanship Program mentioned they would be selling a limited amount of surplus M1 Carbines from Army stocks via mail order and in their stores, gun enthusiasts jumped.
A federal warrant has been issued for Private Erika Lopez after she failed to return from leave on Jan. 5 and has been absent for over a month.
“I bet this criminal thinks twice before taking on a U.S. Veteran again!” the Brevard County Sheriff’s Office noted on their Facebook page.
Starting this week, Sailors and Marines from coast to coast will spend half the month engaged in response training to stop active shooters and potential terrorists in their tracks.