While in Louisville for the National Rifle Association’s Annual Meeting, Guns.com staffers paid their respect at Cave Hill National Cemetery.
On Thursday Soldiers of the 3d U.S. Infantry Regiment (The Old Guard) spent the afternoon distributing flags on all 230,000 grave markers in the cemetery.
Newly minted Army 2nd Lt. Alix Idrache was part of the long gray line that graduated this month from the United States Military Academy and became overwhelmed with emotion.
Jack joined the Royal Navy at age 15 as a gun layer on the old armored cruiser HMS Chester, and his first battle, that of Jutland, was his last.
Consumers now have a new way to shoot and train with a line of Sig Sauer airguns designed to look and feel like the real deal.
TacomHQ was on hand on at the NRA show to show off new long range shooting accessories that are boosting the small company’s visibility in the industry.
When asked about the loss of servicemen’s lives had the plan not failed, Blair told authorities, “That’s what they signed (up) for.”
Christian’s aunt, retired Master Sgt. Mariana Shorter, who organized the parade, said he was a true soldier, having fought a battle of his own.
Battle Rifle Company and Faxon Firearms, situated only a few rows from each other at the NRA Meeting in Louisville, got the exposure they deserve.
The Department of the Navy’s Office of Naval Research this week released two videos showing hives of drone aircraft being launched and controlled en masse.