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In Country: Small Arms of the Vietnam War

It was more than half a century ago that American troops stepped up ground operations in the Republic of Vietnam. Here are some of the guns used by the guys on the ground.

Iwo Jima: The Men Who Fought & The Guns They Carried

The Battle of Iwo Jima is one of the bloodiest events of World War II, and from it came stories of uncommon valor and virtue. Here are the stories of the men who fought and their guns.

Trijicon 1-8X VCOG Selected as USMC Squad Common Optic

Trijicon announced that its VCOG 1-8x28 mm has been selected by the U.S. Marine Corps for use as its Squad Common Optic.

Archives: The Marines Have Landed ... on Paper Too!

These Marine Corps artists who fight first, then draw what they see and feel, provide a telling ... .

Video—ARTV: Pacific War, Iwo Jima, Part 2

Watch this feature segment from a recent episode of American Rifleman TV on the Men and Guns of the Pacific War.

Video—ARTV: Pacific War, Iwo Jima, Part 5

In this fifth installment of "The Men and Guns of the Pacific," the ARTV crew heads to Iwo Jima.

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.

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.

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.

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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