The human resources manager said Clay Luthy was a perfect fit for the job and Charlotte, who has her very own Lowe’s vest, was just an added benefit.
Charleston, South Carolina’s historic Fort Sumter, famous for its role in the Civil War, received an influx of $200,000 to restore 11 vintage Parrot rifles.
A Kansas Army veteran who served as an explosive ordinance disposal technician pleaded guilty in federal court Tuesday to unlawful possession of explosive devices.
While the DroneGun sounds like a fun – though rather expensive – way to annoy nosey neighbors, that’s not exactly its intended purpose.
A Marine veteran and California gun shop manager risked paper cuts to flip his oversized AR-15 cutout in an effort to draw business to the shop– but had the cops called on him instead.
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.
The U.S. Marine Corps is expanding their use of suppressors in a test that will see a full battalion using them on everything up to .50 caliber machine guns.
The Department of Defense last week issued an extensive directive that would allow some to carry a privately owned firearm on DoD property for personal protection.
Edwards said the medals, amassed throughout her father’s 26 years in the Air Force, have no monetary value and she just wants them back.
King said he’s comfortable enough, but his biggest frustration lies in the lack of help from the government for the country he served.