American Battlefield Trust Unveils Mobile App

(Richmond, Va.) — People keen on learning more about Civil War Richmond, long for the prize sought by Union commanders, have a new travel companion at their fingertips. The American Battlefield Trust’s newest Battle App enables visitors to explore the 1862 and 1864 campaigns fought for … More »

Why World War I Matters

By MAJ (P) Franklin Huffman There are 13,484 reasons World War I matters to today’s Army Reserve Soldier. That is the number of Americans killed in action “Over There,” along with another 52,721 who were wounded in the fight. And … More »

Toyota Land Cruiser FJ60 rebuild for Veterans

TEMPLETON, Calif., /PRNewswire/ — Blaster’s Garage, a new YouTube series looking to make a big difference for two charities supporting military Veterans and their families, is gearing up to show fellow Veterans rebuilding a donated 1984 Toyota Land Cruiser FJ60 for a fundraising raffle. … More »

Catherine “Kitty” Chappel

A WWII American Red Cross volunteer by Chris William Catherine “Kitty” Chappel was born on December 7, 1916, in the eastern port city of New London, Connecticut. Kitty’s family was comprised of “old New England stock,” being descended from the … More »

Military Trader Dealer Directory 2019

TIME TO UPDATE YOUR MILITARY TRADER LISTING! Introduce your business, club, organization, show or reenactment to 10,000 militaria enthusiasts for FREE? You can’t buy that kind of advertising at any price! List your business, club, organization, show, reenactment in the … More »

Riders for the Reich

German Equestrian Badges of WWII by Chris William The German armed forces of WWII were often thought of as being highly modern and up-to–date for their times. Limited resources, however, meant the daily transportation of supplies and secondary troops were … More »