Look at this illustrated Collector's Survey of WW2 German Police Patches with Values
After COVID-19 cancelled the show in 2020, The 43rd Ohio Civil War Show & Artillery Show is back — and better than ever
On June 1, 2021, some 454 “International orders and collectibles from military history” and 904 objects “International Military History from 1919 onwards” are coming up for sale at the 89th Auction of Hermann Historica GmbH.
During the winters of 1914 and 1915, frontline British soldiers received the “Cap, Winter, Service Dress." Though warm, the cap’s ungainly appearance led WWI soldiers to call it the “Gor Blimey.”
J. Breuninger, Army Forces in Germany, used this megaphone to lecture to more than 12,000 people cruising on the Rhine River after WWI
The U.S. Army will divest all M1128 Stryker Mobile Gun Systems by the end of fiscal year 2022.
Oshkosh Defense will provide new and recapitalized Heavy Expanded Mobility Tactical Trucks (HEMTT), Palletized Load System (PLS) trucks and trailers, and Heavy Equipment Transporters (HET).
The effort to stop a historic Coast Guard cutter, which oversaw rescue efforts on 9/11, from being sold to the Republic of Indonesia reached a significant milestone Wednesday by receiving more than 10,000 signatures on a petition to keep the ship on U.S. shores.
The Maneuver Short-Range Air Defense (M-SHORAD) integrates existing guns, missiles, rockets and sensors onto a Stryker A1 vehicle. The system is designed to defend maneuvering forces against unmanned aircraft systems, rotary-wing and residual fixed-wing threats.
Rejected by the U.S. Army, the US Marine Corps embraced the diminutive M50 gun motor carriage mounting six powerful 106mm recoilless rifles. In Vietnam, it proved deadly.