A federal judge in New Jersey agreed to a joint request Thursday to dismiss a 2012 lawsuit filed by a U.S. Army soldier against General Dynamics over an injury obtained from his M2 machine gun. Read more
The film, now in post-production, stars Bradley Cooper as Kyle and is directed by Clint Eastwood. The film will depict Kyle’s life in combat during his tours in Operation Iraqi Freedom, where he earned the reputation for being “the most lethal sniper ” in U.S. military history, as well as his life at home with his wife, Taya. Read more
“They’re not allowed to wear anything that would have a weapon on it,” said the district Interim Superintendent, Alan McCartney. “Our main purpose is education. Wearing pictures of weapons brings to mind those things in our society that are not pertinent to education.” Read more
Two men have been indicted on charges of conspiracy to transport stolen weapons, connected to the sale of seven guns believed to be owned by the family of the late dictator of Iraq. Read more
Owning a National Firearms Act item is trouble enough with the $200 tax stamp, stack of paperwork and all the extra equipment and ammo. But when it comes to owning a Howitzer, the latter is doubly difficult. On this episode of “We The People,” Dom Spano talks about his life as the proud owner of a 75mm Pack Howitzer.
Since 2011 female soldiers have served alongside Army Rangers in combat roles but now the Army is looking to have women formally sport the Ranger tab.
The Obama Administration has chosen three cities — Los Angeles, Boston and Minneapolis — to launch pilot programs to deter U.S. citizens from traveling overseas to fight with terrorists, the Los Angeles Times reported Monday. Read more
The CZ-452 Special Military Trainer does an excellent job emulating the look, feel and size of larger centerfire hunting rifles. Next to a sporterized Mauser or Remington Model 700, most would be hard pressed to tell them apart. Read more
On this episode of “We The People”, Marc William Hampton talks about what drove him to join the U.S. Army.
In the battle to regain lost ground in Iraq, the U.S. Senate on Thursday approved President Obama’s plan to arm Syrian rebels to help “degrade and destroy” the extremist group called the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria. Read more