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The Forgotten Guns of D-Day

When it comes to the infantry arms of D-Day and the Battle for Normandy, guns such as the M1 Garand and Thompson come as no surprise, but what about whole American regiments armed with other guns-well-known or forgotten-of the “Great Crusade"?

The Korean War's Frozen Chosin

Called the “forgotten war,” the combat in Korea was as brutal as any faced by American troops. And the cold of the North Korean winter caused even the most reliable of guns to fail, especially during the battle for the “frozen Chosin.”

World War II Field Fix for the M3 Grease Gun

Learn about the World War II field modification that put damaged Grease Guns back in service.

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.

NRA Annual Meetings Seminar Preview: “Guns Of Pearl Harbor” and “Sniping In Vietnam”

At the 145th NRA Annual Meetings & Exhibits in Louisville, Ky., American Rifleman will host four special presentations, including one in honor of the 75th anniversary of the attack on Pearl Harbor—”a day which will live in infamy”—Dec. 7, 1941.

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.

The Last Monday in May

The last Monday in May each year provides a moment when most Americans pause to think about people who are no longer with us.

The Forgotten Guns of D-Day

When it comes to the infantry arms of D-Day and the Battle for Normandy, guns such as the M1 Garand and Thompson come as no surprise, but what about whole American regiments armed with other guns-well-known or forgotten-of the “Great Crusade"?

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.

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