Ian at Forgotten Weapons managed to get up close and personal with a pair of Volkssturmgewehr VG1-5 “last ditch” rifles used in the final days of the Third Reich.
Ever heard the one about three Nazis walking into a BAR? Come on, you know that was funny.
Thanks to the help of some 2,000 people – most of whom are complete strangers – Johnnie Hodges will be returning to the home he once shared with his wife.
To many, “sporterizing” a milsurp rifle is akin to painting the holy cross purple but from a historical standpoint they have just as much significance.
Killed in WWII at the Battle of Tarawa, Medal of Honor recipient 1st Lt. Alexander Bonnyman, Jr., is on the way home to Tennessee to be buried next to his parents.
A lucky militaria collector stumbled over what looks like a vintage military first aid kit that goes way past band-aides and salt tablets.
Although Earl “Bo” Cline received his medals in the mail after returning home, he never had a proper ceremony, and one group wanted to change that.
Last month while visiting Washington, D.C., Emma Didlake met President Obama, who called her “a true American hero.”
Although not precipitated by an outbreak of flamethrower-related crime, city leaders in Warren are moving to ban the devices for all but law enforcement and other official users.
The recipient’s only living relative, who also served in WWII and received a Purple Heart, was given the medal at a recent ceremony.