In Latvia, trying out for special forces involves a series of phobia tests that include trust falls from bridges, drown proofing, stepping in the ring with a fighting instructor and 9 days alone in the frozen woods.
The motorized Maxson M45 Quad turret was a devastating way to bring a bunch of .50 calibers to the fight in WWII and here is a chance to see one lovingly restored.
The Secretary of the Navy is set to name an upcoming fleet oiler after gay rights leader Harvey Milk, joining the same fleet that will include the USS Gabrielle Giffords and USNS John Lewis.
A tribute to the late Navy SEAL and author of the bestselling book American Sniper will be unveiled this week in Odessa, Texas.
According to reports, soldiers and police in the Afghan army waste tons of often U.S.-supplied ammo per year so they can rake in its value as scrap metal.
France 24 reports on the annual “Iron harvest” which produces an average of 50 tons of aging WWI artillery shells– some filled with poison gas– and unmapped graves in Northern France.
The Army could make a move Friday to compel a journalist to release 25 hours of recorded interviews with a soldier undergoing court martial for his alleged desertion from a U.S. base in Afghanistan and resulting capture by the Taliban.
Fort Benning’s Army Marksmanship Unit has put out a short training film on disassembly and maintenance of the M-4, and it isn’t half bad.
Legislation to supply employees at New York National Guard Recruiting offices and ROTC Centers with sidearms or concealed carry permits is halfway through the legislature.
Karl and Ian from InRangeTV continue their “field mud” tests of Great War-era small arms with the downright oddball Steyr-Hahn M1912 in 9x23mm Steyr.