In 2009, a Marine Special Operations Team was deployed on a battle scarred hill in Afghanistan, exchanging fire regularly with those who did not want them there. One .50 rifle took a hit but survived.
Navy Seaman Raymond Chavez is now 104 years old but he remembers one of the first sightings of a Japanese midget submarine hours before the attack and racing back to his ship once the fight was on.
As President-elect Donald Trump continues to build his cabinet, gun groups are coming out hard against his potential Secretary of State pick David Petraeus.
A Kansas Army veteran who served as an explosive ordinance disposal technician pleaded guilty in federal court Tuesday to unlawful possession of explosive devices.
A rare North Korean gun was found in a small ship smuggling guns across the Arabian Sea earlier this year, and according to a report released last month, Iran may be the reason they’re showing up in conflict zones.
Some Make-A-Wish kids want to be Batman, or see Disneyland. Declan just wanted to blow some stuff up.
The Fort Myer, Virginia-based 3rd U.S. Infantry Regiment is one of the few Army units still using the M14 in large numbers, and they put sweat equity into keeping them looking good.
Construction workers at first thought they had unearthed an old wrecking ball. Then after a closer look, a historian called the police who in turned placed a call to Fort Stewart.
A group fighting both ISIS and the Syrian government has in recent months added some very old-school armament to their campaign.
The U.S. Army is looking for a new bullet puller, a device that pulls the projectile from a casing, according to the solicitation notice issued Nov. 23.