Your Weekend Read: Check out Harrington’s review of The Kill List, by Frederick Forsyth – a GWOT story that could be taken from today’s news headlines.
Just like every other military occupational specialty has its own form of military slang, tankers have their own lingo. How many of these terms do you know?
I’ve spent a lot of time sitting in unmarked cars watching people and places. With the long hours in Surveillance Vehicles (SVs), I’ve learned there are some unwritten rules…well unwritten until now. So here you go…my Ten, make that ELEVEN Commandments for Surveillance from a Vehicle.
Force IMI has graduated to a world class training facility that aims to provide the best training possible in beauitful Florida.
Considering a career in law enforcement? Here’s a no-nonsense, no-bullshit practical guide to becoming a cop that’ll help you avoid common pitfalls.
If your range is anything like the ones I belong to it has likely been shut down to help with social distancing or because it isn’t considered essential (we beg to differ though). Here are a few ways to train at home to keep your skills up or just kill the boredom.
The 45 caliber is one of those ideal bore diameters for hurling lead downrange. Here are 50 shades of .45 ammo that have spanned the past 200 years.
The most widely manufactured automatic weapon during WWI, the Chauchat has a reputation as one of the worst machine guns ever made due to magazine design.
Building Bridges is a book for young uns written by one of our own – Daniel Shaw – and illustrated by his boy, Gunner Shaw. Do us a solid and check it out.
The Winchester 30-30 (Winchester 1894) is an iconic gun, probably because of one particular man: Teddy Roosevelt. Of all the US Presidents, Theodore Roosevelt is perhaps my favorite. In his life, he did it all: author, rancher, big game hunter, explorer, military...