Category: KOREAN WAR

It is easy to forget, when we look at images of masses of troops, or huge crews on ships, or pilots lined up with their…

Korea has been much in the news lately, from North Korea’s efforts to gain nuclear weapons technology to rapidly mounting those weapons on intercontinental ballistic…

Ever since World War II, the United States Navy has put a major focus on having a large fleet of aircraft carriers. To understand why,…

The Boeing 17 Flying Fortress bomber was meant to replace the need for a fighter escort for large, long-range bombing runs. Despite its impressive firepower…

It can often be said that anything is a weapon if you are creative enough. An entrenching tool used to dig a defensive position earned…

Just over fifty percent of the United States’ presidents have served in the military–in war, peacetime, or both. For the most part, this has been…

The M24 Chaffee Light Tank, officially known as Light Tank, M24, was named after the U.S. Army General Adna R. Chaffee, Jr., who helped introduce…

On the 65th anniversary of the Armistice of the Korean war, North Korea has released a set of war remains to the United States. This…

At the height of World War II in the Pacific, heavy aircraft carriers played a significant role in the composition of the U.S. Navy. One…

The M3 Half-Track Personnel Carrier was an open-topped armored car with front wheels and rear tracks. It was actively used by the USA during the Second World…

The M7 is a 105mm self-propelled artillery unit used by the United States in 1943-1945 in all theaters of military operations. It was established in…

With the enemies’ formation looking impenetrable and the odds continuously climbing higher in their favor, the battle would take on the shapes and colors of…