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USS Gerald R. Ford Shock trials

The U.S. Navy is preparing its newest and most expensive aircraft carrier, the USS Gerald R. Ford (CVN 78), for battle. It recently completed a…

Italian-Canadian men at an internment camp

On the 27th of May, 2021, Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau made a formal apology to Italian Canadians for their internment during WWII after Canada…

A challenger tank in the field.

An £800 million contract has been signed that will see the delivery of 148 new Challenger 3 main battle tanks (MBTs). These new vehicles are…

Sgt Alwyn Cashe

The U.S. Army’s 3rd Infantry Division will rename its ceremony area after Sgt. 1st Class Alwyn Cashe, an Iraq War hero who sacrificed his own…

A statue of Confederate General Robert E. Lee is seen in Market Street Park on April 1, 2021 in Charlottesville, Virginia.

Action is being taken in Charlottesville, Virginia, to remove statues of former Confederate American Civil War generals Robert E. Lee and Stonewall Jackson from the…

Director Steven Spielberg (L) and actor Tom Hanks attend the The National Board Of Review Annual Awards Gala at Cipriani 42nd Street on January 9, 2018 in New York City

A quiet airfield in Oxfordshire has been returned back to the 1940s for the upcoming miniseries Masters of the Air. Abingdon airfield was used during…

One man has been killed and another three people injured on the Solomon Islands when a WWII bomb suddenly exploded. The bomb exploded in May…

David Dushman during a memorial service in Ukraine in 2015

David Dushman was a 21-year-old serviceman with the Red Army when he took part in the liberation of Auschwitz. The last surviving Soviet soldier to…

Prototype of the Ajax Tank

The British military has put trials of a new vehicle on hold after reports emerged that state the vehicle is unsafe to drive at speeds…

US Army's LLAMA legged robot

U.S. Army scientists are looking to the animal kingdom to help future legged robots catch up to the efficiency of tracked and wheeled transport. It…

Over 20 families gathered in May to witness the unveiling of a new memorial in Columbia Falls, Maine, dedicated to the victims of Flying Tiger…

A scientist in protective gear + a mushroom cloud over the site at Maralinga

The end of WWII saw the rise of atomic arsenals, especially in Britain. Wanting to improve the effectiveness of its nuclear technology, the nation approached…