Nearly two years before "Rambo: First Blood Part II" saw Sylvester Stallone's John Rambo go to Southeast Asia in search of American Vietnam prisoners of war (POWs), and a year before Chuck Norris did much the same thing in "Missing in Action," another film hit the big screen and became the first of the 'Back to Vietnam' stories that were to follow.
This year marked the 30th anniversary of the OVMS Show of Shows. For those with a love of history, it is simply an event like no other. Check out the military collectibles that were available this year.
In WWI, the 93rd Infantry Division, made up of African-American soldiers, fought under French command with French equipment, but wore American uniforms.
While the USMC has adopted the OKC-3S, the Army continues to employ the M9 bayonet as it closes in on four decades in service.
The 54th Massachusetts Infantry Regiment of the Civil War was truly a unit that deserves the attention it has received, and likely much more.
40 years ago this coming summer, Bond fans were provided a "double dose" of 007, thanks to the release of the official Eon series "Octopussy" starring Roger Moore, and the unofficial Bond entry "Never Say Never Again,"
To date, four American presidents have been assassinated. Most people, even firearm buffs, can't readily name the weapons used in those various assassinations or attempts—at least apart from the Carcano. Here's a look back at the rifle's history.
On Christmas morning 108 years ago British and German soldiers crossed No-Man's land to greet one another in an unofficial Christmas truce.
War seldom stops for the holidays, and for America's warfighters, Christmas Day is another day to risk life and limb in honor of their country—a tradition that dates back to the American Revolution.
A sling bullet recently discovered in Israel likely dates to the time of the battles that became part of the story of Hanukkah. Ancient warfare experts explain its significance.