The military is introducing troops from various units and branches to the new XM17 Modular Handgun System contract winner.
The reenactment, which was first done in 2014, is described as an “amazing battle with cannons roaring, horses galloping, and the clash of arms.”
A Soldier serving overseas while his home state updated their regulations on owning certain firearms says he was left inadvertently in violation of the law.
The historic capital ship is looking for some parts for one of their WWII-vintage anti-aircraft guns to complete their display.
The SSA works with the Dept. of Veterans Affairs to determine when vets have died, but an agency audit found that some cases are falling through the cracks.
The Marine, who was held in police custody overnight, said he’s unsure how the bullet got in his bag, but assumed it was dropped during a trip to the US.
Second Amendment groups are in arms over orders given by the Caribbean territory’s governor activating the islands’ military forces and granting them emergency powers.
The small New England firm of North & Cheney crafted 2,000 flintlock pistols for the U.S Army starting in 1799, and one of these rare guns is up for grabs.
About half the money was spent on labor over more than a decade, and at least $4 million worth of vehicles are still missing.
The South Bend-basd company will manufacture 11,560 new Humvees over the next five years, according to the Department of Defense.