By Anthony DeeThe Type “I” (pronounced Type “ee” by the Japanese) was a very unusual rifle that was used by...Read more
By Edwin LibbyIn the battle for Attu Island of the Aleutians chain off Alaska, soldiers of the American 7th Infantry...Read more
By Robert Bruce“The greater firepower of the Garand, its superior sights, its freedom from mechanical troubles and...ease of maintenance all...Read more
By Dan SheaOn 15 December 1941, eight days after the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor, the Portsmouth Navy Yard was...Read more
By Dan SheaOn August 19 of 2000 I had the pleasure of attending an outstanding machine gun shoot up in...Read more
By Frank IannamicoOne of the US Ordnance Committee’s responsibilities was to “consider and recommend technical action upon all matters affecting...Read more
By Robert Bruce“Brigadier General Robert W. Daniels, the Army Ground Forces Ordnance Officer from 1942 to 1944, believed the Army...Read more
By Lt. James Ballou The Marine Corps - Rock in a Hard Place More than any other branch of the...Read more
By Rick CartledgeAround the end of World War I the Japanese Military saw the need for a light machine gun....Read more
By Stephen StuartDuring the war in Manchuria and China during the 1930’s, there was controversy within the Japanese Armed Forces,...Read more
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