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'Over There': The Sgt. Alvin York Story

Watch this American Rifleman TV segment "Over There! Part Five" to learn about the famous action during World War I for which Sgt. York was awarded the Medal of Honor.

SHOT Show 2020: The Opening Shot with Dakota Meyer

Medal-of-Honor recipient Dakota Meyer fired the first shot that opened SHOT Show 2020's Industry Day at the Range.

Video—ARTV: Pacific War, Guam, Part 4

In this fourth installment in "The Men and Guns of the Pacific," the ARTV crew heads to Guam.

Video—ARTV: Pacific War, Pearl Harbor, Part 2

In Part 2 of “The Men and Guns of the Pacific War,” American Rifleman Television continues its in-depth look at “the day that will live in infamy,” the Japanese attack of the American fleet at Pearl Harbor.

Video—ARTV: Sgt. York—The First Draft

In this 2005 American Rifleman TV feature segment, we shared the story of one man whose marksmanship and courage not only saved the lives of his comrades, but led a country boy from the mountains of Tennessee to national fame.

Web-Exclusive Preview: Americans in World War I—A Chauchat Medal of Honor

In this web exclusive, we tell the story of Pvt. Thomas C. Neibauer, an automatic rifleman in the 42nd "Rainbow" Division and an Idaho native, who received the Medal of Honor for his actions during the Great War.

The Keefe Report: A Return to Am Aastert

While the shows will be primarily about the Americans who fought in the Great War, we took a few minutes to stop by Am Aastert to remember a very special American soldier.

The Keefe Report: “The Dreaded Price”—Memorial Day 2017

We owe it to him—and all who gave the last full measure—to remember them, today.

The Lost Graves of Tarawa

For 71 years, eight months, and six days they waited in an unmarked burial pit on a sliver of an island called Betio in what is now known as the Republic of Kiribati. All 36 of them, most of whom were rifleman from the 8th Marine Regiment, lost their lives during the first major battle of the Central Pacific Campaign.

The Keefe Report—Memorial Day: “If we are prepared to die, we can go forward.”

Memorial Day is a day that is a lot of Americans misunderstand. Frankly, we should thank our active duty military folks and veterans every day, not just on two Federal holidays a year.

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