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A stab in a new direction

A cache of swords is a chance to appreciate new niche in militaria.


Battle of Nile Medal awarded to last surviving member of Nelson's 'Band of Brothers' sells for £100,000

Noonans Orders, Decorations, Medals and Militaria auction saw the "Battle of the Nile 1798" Post Captain’s Naval gold medal awarded to Davidge Gould, Captain of the 74-gun H.M.S. Audacious take top sales honor at £100,000.

At first, I didn’t think there was anything written on this mess kit. It took diligence and a magnifying glass to reveal the name.

Collecting 101: Research and document your collection

Sometimes there is more to what you bought than just the "hunt." Research the item and it might return a whole lot more value than you originally bargained for.

This photo comes from album of Eric Fritsch (middle row, second from right), who was was already a veteran of the First World War. He is shown here with a group of young comrades.

Frozen in time

Family photos albums show a different side of Third Reich Germany.

The National Museum of the United States Army features a number of life-size displays, including this depiction of the Western Front during World War I.

Getting your Army education

The National Museum of the United States Army in Fort Belvoir, Va., makes a big impression.

In the late 1980s, the US Army’s 1st Special Forces Operational Detachment- Delta (SFOD-D; “Delta”) was seeking a new special operations vehicle. They selected the Austrian Steyr Pinzgauer 718M 6x6 Utility Vehicle. After modifying and customizing the “Gauers,” Delta rapidly put them to use. This 1st Special Operations Detachment-Delta (SFOD-D) Delta Pinzgauer was part of Task Force 20 (TF20) tasked with capturing Western Iraq in the invasion. TF20 included Delta and other units.

The “Swiss Army knife” of Special Ops vehicles

A look back at the U.S. Joint Special Operations Command/Delta Steyr Pinzgauer, 1988-2008

FV432s could negotiate water obstacles up to 42 inches depth. This version is also fitted with an armoured turret mounting a GPMG.

The British Army's FV430 Series

From APC to Stug III...that’s VERSATILE! The British tracked wonder.

M715 cab and chassis leaving the factory, after which one of four basic rear bodies would be fitted. Virtually all M715s were built on the same frame, regardless of body style or the addition of a winch. Note the “out” position of the front lifting shackles.

The M715:The Other Military Jeep

In 1965, Kaiser Jeep designed and developed the M715 1 1/4 ton series truck, which was purchased by the U.S. military to replace the M37. In many ways this was the first U.S. military tactical truck to be built with mostly off-the-shelf civilian components since before WWII.


A look at the British Norton 'Big 4'

Norton had a grand design when they made their Model 1 which was affectionately know as the "Big 4".


Military Vehicles on Two Wheels

Not all historic vehicles were large, a look at historic military motorcycles

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Military Connection L.L.C. - War Relics Shop & Museum

We Buy, Sell and Trade military war relics from all countries and all periods.  It is an honor and privilege to bring the history of past and present wars to you from our online store and our shop located in South Milwaukee, WI