The German MG42: Was Its Bark Worse Than Its Bite?
In the middle of WWII, the U.S. Army posted War Department Film Bulletin No. 81, which claimed that the bark of the MG42 was worse than its bite. We're not buying it.
The Keefe Report: The Guns of '1917'
One of the biggest film releases of the year is Sam Mendes' WWI epic, "1917." How accurate is it? American Rifleman Editor-in-Chief Mark Keefe loops us in.
Fear & Loading: Firearm Laws Broken in Making Couric’s Documentary
Katie Couric’s apology over misleading edits in her “Under The Gun” video may or may not be sincere, but an interview on YouTube.com highlights an extreme, and illegal, method producers pursued in making the piece.
MG 42s: “Their Bark is Worse than their Bite …” I’m not Buying it
It was apparent to the U.S. Army in 1944 that it had a problem. And that problem was the German Machinengewehr 42, or MG 42.
"Field of Lost Shoes" Brings Civil War History to the Big Screen
As a member of the New Market Firing Party at the Virginia Military Institute, the author shares a special connection to the new Civil War drama.
GI Film Festival Salutes Veterans
The GI Film Festival, running now through May 25, showcases the stories of America's veterans past and present.