Written for militaria collectors, dealers, and museums, this volume makes a systematic study of US Army visor cap eagles and insignia in addition to emblems unique to the Sergeant Major of the Army, Warrant Officers, Specials Corps, Air Transport Command, Aviation Cadets, WAAC and WACs, Transport Service, and Harbor Boat Service.
The wreckage of the World War II Fletcher-class destroyer USS Johnston (DD 557) which was lost at the Battle off Samar, part of the Battle of Leyte Gulf, on Oct. 25, 1944 has been confirmed.
Solders now have the option to wear insignia and accoutrements on the Class B Army Green Service Uniform and Tropical Dress Variations.
New book by Cameron S. White sheds light on an often overlooked pistol of the former Soviet Union and Eastern Bloc nations
"Let George Do It" Medal acknowledged the WW2 efforts of the 1st Marine Division at Guadalcanal
The M1 and M1A1 Heavy Wrecking Trucks known at various points in their careers as 6-ton or 10-ton wreckers, were the Army’s standard wreckers during WWII and the Korean War.
During WWII, the USMC fitted International 6x6s with a variety of beds. In addition to the standard cargo beds, International 6x6s were equipped as dump, pipeline, tanker, telephone and fire trucks.
What is the correct pedestal mount for your WWII Jeep? What about your Korean War-vintage M38 or M38A1? Or your Vietnam or Cold War M151 Series? This article will help you choose the right machine gun mount for your 1/4-ton military Jeep.
Looking for a Korean War or Vietnam War-era ambulance? Consider a member of the Dodge G-741 family of 3/4-ton trucks: The M43 Ambulance.