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Arms of the Chosin Few

American troops defeated North Korean and Chinese troops in the Chosin Reservoir campaign.

Fear & Loading: Dangerous Assignments

Most of the media recognizes the perils our men and women who serve in our Armed Forces face in the global war on terror, but “other duties as assigned” often include relatively unreported humanitarian missions that can be nearly as dangerous—like earthquake-ravaged Nepal.

In Country – Small Arms of the Vietnam War

It was a half-century ago that American troops stepped up ground operations in the Republic of Vietnam—and 40 years since the fall of Saigon. Here is a collection of stirring images of the men and guns of America’s war in Vietnam.

Royal Marine Sniper vs. Warship: Sniper Wins

Twenty-two British Royal Marines—including a sniper—took on and took down a warship and a helicopter, part of an Argentine Navy task force, during the Battle of Grytviken, a nasty fight in the opening of the Falklands War in 1982.

Firepower in the Pacific: The “Stinger” Machine Gun

The improvised Browning belt-fed, .30-’06 “Stinger” in the hands of U.S. Marines played a part in one of the epic battles of World War II: Iwo Jima.

National D-Day Memorial Looks to Add Marine Corps Plaque

The National D-Day Memorial will soon add a “Marine Corps in the European Theater” narrative plaque—but only if they meet a $20,000 fundraising goal to support the initiative.

Korean War's "Battle of Chosin" Subject of PBS Series

Tune in or set your DVR for a significant and sobering series that recounts through eyewitness participation one of the most celebrated battles in U.S. military history.

Remember Pearl Harbor: The Men and the Guns

On Dec. 7, 1941, a “date which will live in infamy,” Americans fought back against the Japanese sneak attack with guns ranging from the M1911A1 pistol to the ’03 Springfield rifle, and most effectively, with machine guns designed by John Moses Browning.

Video—The Men and Guns of The Vietnam War, Part 3

In this third and final episode in the series, Major John L. Plaster, one of the world's foremost authorities on sniping, discusses Marine snipers in Vietnam, and American Rifleman Field Editor Wiley Clapp, who was a Marine captain in Vietnam, recalls the first time he and his men went up against the AK-47.

The Keefe Report: Marines Send in the Leupolds

The U.S. Marine Corps prides itself on its marksmanship, and now Marine infantrymen will be able to put more accurate fire on our nation’s enemies—with a little help from Leupold.

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