When asked about the legality of shooting at parachuting pilots escaping from stricken planes, the WWII/Korean War fighter ace and first man to break the sound barrier dropped the mike.
Russian news media announced last week that a T-34 tank was recovered almost intact from the bottom of the Don River, and it’s a rare variant with ties to Stalingrad.
The ex-USS Thach gave three decades of service to the country and stood up to tremendous punishment last week on her last cruise: a Sinking Exercise.
A former Fox News commentator was sentenced to 33 months in prison for falsely claiming he spent almost three decades for the U.S. Central Intelligence Agency.
Lt. Frank Forte with the Escambia Co. Sheriff’s Office said the parking lot was to capacity at 6:30 a.m., with the biggest crowd he’s seen in 15 years.
Chaos unfolded late Friday evening when military soldiers armed with tanks, cars and guns stormed Turkish streets, blocking off major bridges and the airport in Istanbul.
The Navy is finalizing plans to place armed security personnel at recruitment stations across the US after a gunman fatally shot four Marines and a sailor in Chattanooga, Tennessee last year.
U.S. Army Sgt. Ruth Hanks, is only the fourth female to become a Sentinel at The Tomb of the Unknowns and is dedicated to being part of the brotherhood guarding the nation’s most sacred place.
Tim with the Military Arms Channel goes way back in the gun safe to bring out a vintage 1920s era DWM Luger in a caliber rarely encountered in anything but.
A rare German artillery piece brought back from France after World War I by Virginia troops as a trophy only to go missing in the 1960s has been found.