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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

Author Cork Graham gives a funny smirk to the camera.

No Shit, There I Was Part 1: The Luck Of The Draw

Article Written By Cork Graham, Bestselling Author & Former-Team Leader on Discovery Channel’s TREASURE QUEST: SNAKE ISLAND Wrists and ankles

Learn about the heroic actions of Police Officer Horujko of the Ohio State University Police!

52 Seconds Of Hell: Officer Horujko Of The Ohio State University Police

Every law enforcement officer knows that some days are nice and easy and others are a complete train wreck. Officer

Learn the cool tricks to covert communication.

Secret Messages – A Guide To Covert Communication

Spy movies are generally replete with secret messages. The agent opens the book to find a tape recorder with their

CIA's Operation Mockingbird

Dark Pages Of History: I’m From The Government And I’m Here To Help

“If ever this vast country is brought under a single government, it will be one of the most extensive corruption.” These

The AK-47 is the deadliest weapon in history!

How The AK-47 Became The Deadliest Weapon Of All Human History

Few things are as recognizable worldwide as the profile of the AK-47. Despite being relatively sloppy and inaccurate, the AK

A special forces soldier getting ready to enter the civilian world!

Transitioning From A Special Operations Unit To The Boardroom

Ingenuity, determination and risk-taking are a few of the elements required for one to launch his or her own business.

Some items made by inmates in a maximum security prison.

Articles Of Confinement At A Maximum-Security Prison

Written by Mike Knox who is new to the Skillset team. This article is an exploration of the artifacts manufactured

A terrorist appears on a terrace at the Olympic village in Munich in 1972.

Operation Wrath Of God: We Don’t Negotiate With Terrorists

It was an early evening in Rome. The streets were filled with people finishing their day as a woman said

Medal Of Honor Recipient Douglas Munro.

Douglas Munro: USCG’s Only Medal of Honor Recipient

Coast Guard Signalman 1st Class Douglas Munro was leading Higgins Boats landing Marines during the 1942 Battle of Guadalcanal. When