If you are looking for a quick-shouldering, powerful weapon for brush hunting or truck duty, the $250 Mosin-Nagant M44 is an excellent value.
Thirty-six caskets holding the remains of U.S. Marines killed in the 1943 Battle of Tarawa were returned from battlefield interment last weekend.
Despite multiple offers for assistance, Johnnie Hodges declined the help, and when authorities arrived to evict him, he refused to leave the home.
Nick over at Ranger Up weighs in on the recent death of man among men, British actor and warrior poet Christopher Lee, and some of the bad asses he hung out with in WWII.
Although Raymond Garner lost his original medal more than 70 years ago, he only just requested a new one last year, and Blount County Veterans Affairs Director Nathan Weinbaum said at 91-years-old, they are just happy he’s still around to receive it.
One of the last remaining fighter aces from the Greatest Generation received the Congressional Gold Medal at age 91 Friday for his actions over Okinawa in World War II.
Excluding the two weeks of warm-ups before the ceremonial pitch, Tony Gianunzio admitted that he hadn’t thrown a ball in 45 years, but the move made the 92-year-old feel 49 again.
During the depression, Glenn Holtz dropped out of school to help support his family, and soon after the second World War came. He just never had the chance to finish school, until now.
Alan Sanford was only 18-years-old when Pearl Harbor was bombed, and recalled in a 1991 interview the unfamiliar Japanese mini-sub they shot which looked like a toy.
The 92-year-old Air Transport Auxiliary veteran said having the chance to fly her favored Spitfire again made her feel “quite young.”