Excavation director Ron Toueg said the discovery gave a glimpse into “the everyday life and leisure of the soldiers.”
DriveTanks offers a wide range of tanks and tracks and artillery – all at varying prices and none cheap – for the experience of a lifetime.
Virginia-based Aimpoint announced Wednesday they have been awarded a contract to supply sights to the U.S. Army, along with adapters to allow their use on multiple platforms.
The U.S. intensified its role in Syria Wednesday by using its aircraft to transport Kurdish fighters behind enemy lines for a ground assault on the Euphrates Dam.
Maj. (Ret.) Terry Labar is one of six veterans currently enrolled in the study which uses a specially fitted robotic device to aid in mobility.
The good folks down at the VSO Gun Channel were able to evaluate a classic select-fire Chicago Typewriter dating to the Prohibition era.
Roy Hundley was headed to Virginia for training when he stopped at the restaurant, which he said was rumored to have good barbecue.
During the 1939-40 Winter War between Finland and the Soviet Union, a hunter and farmer by trade by the name of Simo Hayha returned to his reserve unit and picked up 542 confirmed kills with iron sights.
A federal judge in Boston on Wednesday handed down sentencing on one of three defendants involved in the theft of 16 weapons from a reserve center in Massachusetts.
Just a month after its introduction, a House bill to reverse the Department of Veterans Affairs’ practice of reporting some veterans to the FBI’s NICS system has been sent to the Senate.