Blue Star Museums free for military families

The Blue Star Museum program offers military families free admission to over 2,000 museums around the country. Participating organizations cover a huge range of subjects, including art, history, children’s, horticultural, aquatic, country, aviation, culture, industrial and government museums. Blue Star Museums is … More »

Cobbaton Combat Collection

By John Norris When the first American troops began to arrive in Britain in 1942, they were allocated areas for billeting and training purposes. For example, elements of the 28th Infantry “Keystone” Division were sent to Wales where they used … More »

Reviving an Air Force Tradition

Nose Art Makes A Comeback First used during WWI on the noses and fuselages of fighters and bombers, “nose art” really took off with American aviators during World War II. Ranging from cartoon characters to racy pin-ups, personalizing aircraft became … More »

Oshkosh Defense offers five M-ATV variants

Oshkosh platform is the battle-proven MRAP platform that sets the standard for off-road mobility and protection for armed forces around the world OSHKOSH, Wis., – Oshkosh Defense, LLC, an Oshkosh Corporation (NYSE: OSK) company, is offering five Mine-Resistant Ambush Protected (MRAP) … More »