Select-fire warhorse brought heavy firepower to battles in WWII and Korea!
Meet Nick Reid, a WWII veteran who served as an Army-Air Corps bombardier pilot and flew 25 missions over Axis-controlled territory!
Walther’s time-tested P.1 design was reinvented by the realities of post-war Europe and built a legacy of reliable 9mm performance!
Profiles of some of the most significant “battle classic” designs including the Thompson submachine gun and the M1 Grease Gun!
Rediscover the ultra-rare WWII-era .30-06 carbine that represented a radically new way of thinking about small arms design!
From the Type 30 to the Type 4, Japan's experimental semi-autos attempted to out-gun the Allied forces in the Pacific in WWII!
Ernie Andrus left the West Coast near San Diego on Oct. 7, 2013, and plans to touch down in Brunswick, Ga., in two to four years.
Maj. Joseph Giesel, who trained the first black Marines during World War II, passed away in June of natural causes at the age of 94.
Private excavation finds Randolph Allen's burial site, which had been lost nearly 70 years prior.
Herman Zeitchik was in England preparing for the D-Day invasions when his fellow classmates received their diplomas on June 2, 1944.
Advanced Axis and Allied fighters battled it out with machine guns and other small arms throughout World War II!
Remembering the soldiers who sacrificed everything to bravely protect the lives of the men around them surrounding the events of D-Day.