Category: NEWS

Cool Stuff We Use Everyday That Came From the Military

War and innovation go hand in hand. Some of our greatest leaps forward have come at times of the most urgent necessity. Most of the…

Bradley Fighting Vehicle Will Get “Decisively Lethal” Replacement

What does the future of combat look like on the ground? For the US Army, there is nothing that the Next Generation Combat Vehicle Cross…

National WWI Museum and Memorial Commemorates the Centennial of the World War I Armistice with Special Events

Firing on the First World War’s Western Front ended on Nov. 11, 1918. This year marks 100 years since the stillness fell across the battlefields…

Conqueror’s Blade Launches Siege Tests

Medieval Warlord MMO Catapults into First Testing Phases Global publisher My.com and developer Booming Games are excited to reveal the next step for their medieval…

Norway Apologizes to “German Girls” Who Were Mistreated in WWII

The Prime Minister of Norway, Erna Solberg, issued an official apology from the Norwegian government to women who were mistreated because they had relationships with…

Trouble Continues for F35 Fighter Plane as Entire US Fleet Grounded

A Pentagon spokesman confirmed on October 11, 2018, that the US armed forces have temporarily grounded their entire fleet of F-35 fighter planes following a…

The HMS Prince of Wales Extraordinary Bespoke Modular Build Aircraft Carrier

The British are close to commissioning a second Queen Elizabeth-class aircraft carrier. The HMS Prince of Wales, the seventh Royal Navy ship to carry the…

Search Continues for Warships Lost for 500 Years

On August 10, 1512, French and English fleets clashed off the coast of Brittany. It was a battle that destroyed the most powerful ships on…

The Rise and Fall of the Anglo Saxons: A Short History

Sunday, October 14th marked the 952nd anniversary of the Battle of Hastings. It proved not only decisive in the Norman invasion of England, but a…

An Only Son of the 381st, The Life of Andy Piter, Jr. – By Donald J. Madar

Andy Piter, Jr. was the only son of Slovak immigrants and also my great-uncle. He marched off to serve his country in World War II…