The Pentagon on Tuesday reported that a ship of the Islamic Revolution Guards Corps Navy made a persistent and unsafe approach on U.S. vessels and had to be warned away.
Rapid sight alignment when leading a flying target was a skill quickly taught to aerial gunners in World War II with the help of more than 70,000 training shotguns.
Ikaika Kang repeatedly told undercover agents he wanted to train ISIS fighters, even suggesting the sessions be videotaped, according to court documents.
Military historian retired Army Col. David Fitz-Enz called the ship the most valuable piece of American military history.
The winner of the Modular Handgun System contract will be issued first to troops at Fort Campbell, going to Soldiers of the 101st Airborne Division.
While on a recent tour of the Remington Arms factory in Ilion, New York, I came across a Remington 7188. It is a rare, fully automatic 12-gauge shotgun developed in the 1960’s for use by American soldiers in Vietnam.
A rest stop between the Springfield muskets of the Civil War and the later bolt-action rifles adopted by the Army, the 1873 Springfield was best known by its trap door
A former airman has been charged in connection with the explosion earlier this month outside of a Air Force Recruiting Station in Bixby, Oklahoma.
The Office of Naval Research quietly released footage of the all-electric railgun spitting out a couple of rounds back-to-back at Mach 6.
While the standard U.S. Army infantry rifle at the start of World War I was the most excellent M1903 Springfield, most soldiers would end up with an Enfield.