Historians thought Navy corpsman John Bradley was in the photo, but researchers concluded he was not there and now say the sixth man was Marine PFC Harold Schultz.
The 7th Dive Detachment of the U.S. Army’s 84th Engineer Battalion earlier this month had an official change of command and did so like a boss.
Kirsten Joy Weiss takes a quick look at the venerable U.S. Carbine Caliber .30 M1, its origins, and its operation.
The recent terrorist attack on a gay nightclub in Orlando has spurred calls for banning Muslim refugees, but some feel that is the wrong course of action.
Also among the items found were a leather-bound notebook containing instructions for bomb-making and what was described as a “racist manifesto.”
The most important experience that all gun owners—hobbyists, collectors, hunters, and the tactically minded—must get behind is rights.
Marines at Camp Pendleton recently reworked a cannon captured in Nicaragua during the Banana Wars in 1912 by then-Colonel Joseph Henry Pendleton.
This week the U.S. Senate overwhelmingly passed the 2017 defense authorization act– but hidden inside its pages is a section that could destroy the military’s current stock of surplus rifles and pistols.
A relic hunter was digging around an old British Royal Air Force base in Nijmegen, Holland and hit World War II paydirt. Several times.
A panel of three judges with the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Eighth Circuit reversed an “unjust-enrichment” judgment and vacated the ruling on the defamation claim, according to the opinion published Monday.