Remember to be unconventional, never underestimate the power of individual influence, and never—ever—quit, just like these three warriors from early US history.
In short, to paraphrase Martin Luther King, the content of the person’s character need to be judged and not the color of skin.
The 300,000 piece collection, made up of weapons, gifts from foreign countries, flags and even some toys, just made its way to a new home in Richmond, Virginia.
Micah Kaminski discusses shooting the ashes of his father, Francis Henry “Hank” Kaminski Jr., out of a cannon at the Knob Creek Range.
The arm is referred to as “The Arm of the Unknown Soldier” and museum curator Lori Eggleston said it’s about more than just marketing.
Thanks to four decades of tireless lobbying by one Margaret Zerwekh, Civil War hero Lt. Alonzo Cushing will be recognized with the Medal of Honor.
An amateur videographer was interviewing a group of Syrian youngsters in a suburb outside of…
We found a rifle that fires a 500-grain bullet capable of one-mile shots, and uses polygonal rifling, yet only weighs 9-pounds. Where do you sign up, right? Well, go back to 1860 and ask for Mr. Whitworth.
Enter Egypt, a country full of rich history and beautiful sites that now faces blood-soaked…
A fireball. A mushroom cloud. The Syrian civil war has been going on for over…