Ian and Karl with InRange TV give the standard Japanese infantry rifle a mud bath in the name of science to test reliability under “typical” WWI/WWII field conditions.
Due to declining health, Thompson was no longer able to visit the USS Iowa as he previously did, so the chief selects paid him a special visit.
Everything from an M4 Sherman that rolled into Paris to a 1942 BMW R75 motorcycle with sidecar and M42 to a rare Heintz AAA mount for the M2 heavy machine gun are up for grabs.
A one-of-a-kind, gold-plated Walther PPK once owned by a Nazi officer will be auctioned off in September.
After living in the same neighborhood for more than half a century, the man moved to Georgia immediately after he was robbed.
The restoration of the U.S. Navy Douglas SBD-2P “Dauntless” Dive Bomber will be done by volunteers and is expected to take three to five years to complete.
Historians thought Navy corpsman John Bradley was in the photo, but researchers concluded he was not there and now say the sixth man was Marine PFC Harold Schultz.
A man in Wałbrzych, Poland– you know Wałbrzych, right?– went to digging in his garden and found a strongbox that a prior owner left behind.
The funeral was expected to only be attended by about three people, but once they took to social media for support, that number grew exponentially.
The 16-inch guns on the USS Massachusetts were used to plaster enemy ships and troops during World War II but are in need of some attention to last another 75 years.