We aren’t sure if this is epic-level trolling or for real, but either way you have to give a shout out to the range safety that refuses to let this ate-up NCO quit on the range.
“Today I held hell in my hands,” said a firearms buff who came across a battered 1911, pockmarked from its wartime service before it was recovered from a World War II battlefield.
Sixteen weapons were stolen from an Army Reserve Center last month and all but half a dozen M-11 Sig Sauer model P228 9mm pistols have been recovered.
Delta Force Sgt. Major (ret.) Kyle Lamb discusses his views on open carry, which mirror my own.
Cpl. C.G. Bolden’s widow was informed of his death shortly after it occurred in 1951, but it wasn’t until this past December that Bolden’s remains were positively identified and he was finally buried over the weekend.
The Army has been approved today to award victims of the 2009 Fort Hood shootings with either a Purple Heart or its civilian counterpart.
With the Army on the hunt for a replacement to the Beretta M9, here’s the pistol I think they should go with, and why.
The M9 isn’t perfect, but its lengthy service life should be used to develop something that is. The M9 has a chance to achieve M16 levels of success.
The military should have never gone to the Beretta. Caliber aside, here’s why I would not have chosen the Beretta as the main military service pistol.
On this episode of “We The People”, Marc William Hampton talks about what drove him to join the U.S. Army.