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George Washington was one of the original founding fathers of the United States

8 Reasons Why George Washington Was Impossible to Kill

You can’t keep a good man down. When it comes to George Washington, even his most famous adversary, King George

The Chechen Way is all their people know.

8 Key Takeaways for Fighting an Invading Army: The Chechen Way

Entering the capital city of Grozny, a sign read, ‘People keep the peace,’ beneath it someone painted, ‘Welcome to Hell.’

The little guy can win is the number one reason to keep on fighting.

8 Reasons Why Resisting a Military Occupation is Never Futile

With the overwhelming firepower and numbers Russian forces are pouring into Ukraine, one might think an easy win is on

A group of Bell helicopters moves through the Vietnam sky.

The Fall of Saigon: Our Sacrifices Were Absolutely Necessary

Until recent events, of which I am sure we are all painfully aware, the fall of Saigon was one of

Cold weather boots

The 4 Most Effective Military Shoes Ever Worn into Battle

Forrest Gump might have been a fictional soldier, but there his equally fictional commanding officer, Lt. Dan Taylor, had a

Garrotes may seem only to inhabit the realm of spy novels and World War II special-ops lore, but people really did use these things to kill each other.

Garrotes: From Spy Lore To Practical Use For The Everyday Man

After handily escaping from the cold stone and granite confines of prison, you are recruited by the one organization that

View of a woman with a bullet and red lipstick.

Self Defense: The Lips Know A Secret And They Aren’t Telling

Few things are more common than a woman carrying a tube of lipstick. However, for anyone wanting to “mess” with

John W. “Jack” Hinson started the war as an officially neutral party

A Confederate Sniper Had More Than 100 Union Kills – All For Revenge

When we think of snipers today, chances are good we’re thinking of either Tom Berenger or some burly special operator

American fighter pilot Charlie Plumb.

Fighter Pilot Capt. Charlie Plumb Survived 2,103 Days As A POW

Under his code name “Plumber,” fresh-faced and zealous U.S. Navy pilot Charlie Plumb made more than 100 successful carrier landings

American Marines in The Battle of Belleau Wood, Frances, 1918.

The Devil Dogs Of Belleau Wood: US Marines Of World War One

The American Expeditionary Forces of World War I can claim countless heroes among their ranks, from the Lost Battalion to