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Articles by James Kosur:

Classified Leclerc Tank Documents Were Posted To Win An Argument On A Gaming Forum

Leclerc

Following an argument among users of the War Thunder forum, there was an alleged leak of classified documents regarding the Leclerc main battle tank. The…

TANKFEST 2021 Is Here And It’s Free To Watch Online This Sunday

TANKFEST 2021

The Tank Museum and World of Tanks have partnered once again for TANKFEST 2021, a worldwide event that provides in-person and online streaming events that…

‘Dunkirk’ Director Christopher Nolan To Direct Film About J. Robert Oppenheimer, The ‘Father of the Atomic Bomb’

J Robert Oppenheimer Testifying

Christopher Nolan, the director behind the riveting “Dunkirk” movie and the Batman “Dark Knight” trilogy, is preparing to tell the story of the atomic bomb…

US Military Releases Photos Of Chinese Warships off the coast of Alaska

China Ships Off Alaska Coast

The U.S. Coast Guard has released several photos showing a group of warships just 46 miles off Alaska’s Aleutian Island coast. The photos were taken…

World’s Oldest Surviving WWII Veteran Celebrates 112th Birthday

Governor John Bel Edwards and Lawrence Brooks, the world's oldest living WWII veteran(Gov. John Bel Edwards)

Happy birthday Lawrence Brooks! The World War II veteran celebrated his 112th birthday on Sunday, September 12, 2021. Brooks is the oldest surviving veteran of…

Fake Veteran Sent To Prison After Stealing $300,000 In VA Services

Navy Seals Training

Richard Meleski is going to jail after stealing $300,000 in health care services from the Cpl. Michael J. Crescenz VA Medical Center in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.…

A German Bunker Was Hidden Inside A Roman Fort On A Tiny Island That Still Holds More Mysteries

Nazi Bunker At Alderney

A German bunker that was discovered on the island of Alderney is also the site of a recently rediscovered Roman courtyard and other fascinating multi-period…

Pilot Of Historic Air Force and Navy Training Plane Dies In Crash Before Air Show

Geico Skytypers

Andy Travnick of Hampton, New Hampshire, died on Friday after the plane he was flying crashed shortly after takeoff. The 50-year-old commercial pilot and U.S.…

‘Sexy Sally’ And The History Of Female Voices Used In The Military’s Aircraft Warning Systems

Sexy Sally and Bitching Betty voice warning systems

When the Convair B-58 Hustler debuted on November 11, 1956, it was the first bomber to achieve Mach II flight. The bomber went operational on…