USAF Purchases B&T APC9K PRO Submachine Guns

Brugger & Thomet Inc. has announced that the United States Air Force has purchased its APC9K PRO 9 mm compact weapon platform for service.

Magpul Awarded DOD Contract for GEN M3 PMAG Magazines

Magpul Industries Corp. has been awarded a $12,792,000 firm-fixed-price, definite-quantity contract for the company’s GEN M3 PMAG magazines.

American Rifleman Archives —1945: Clay Pigeons That Shoot Back

From the July 1945 American Rifleman, this article by a USAAF photographer-gunner documents how the decline of the Nazi's Air Arm in 1944 can be attributed in large measure to the intensive training and the resulting deadly accuracy of the young American riflemen who crouched behind their single or twin .50's in the turrets and at the open waist ports of Uncle Sam's bombers.

Shot Down?

Lt. Col. A.J. D’Amario, USAF. Ret., Fla., may be the only Air Force pilot to ever shoot his own plane to correct a malfunction. Read his story here.

The M1911 Gets a Zero

Though never confirmed, many believe Lt. Baggett took down a plane with his M1911A1.

Honored American Veterans Afield

Honored American Veterans Afield


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