Armor, John Steakley’s dystopian military science fiction story, is about a soldier named Felix who is at the same time uncommonly good at – and horrified by – what he does.
Your Weekend Read
olence of Mind, by Varg Freeborn, is now available as an audiobook via Audible. Check out his description of how violence works.
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.
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.
He shook his head. “Never thought I’d see this shit here, man,” he said. “Grew up in Chihuahua, then went to Libya. This is fucking Denver, man. This fucking place ain’t supposed to be a war zone.” ALCON: Pete Nealen, former Reconnaissance Marine, ongoing...
Erziehung Vor Verdun, or Education Before Verdun, is a powerful semi-autobiographical novels set during WWI by Prussian-born Jew Arnold Zweig.
It’s military sci-fi reminiscent of the Banana Wars, with a little of the Barbary Coast thrown in for spice. Check out “In Every Clime and Place” for Your Weekend Read.
Brought to you today in its entirety by Quantico Tactical. Skip the local dancing moms (this time); visit these guys instead. For the Living: A Soldier's Story on Veterans Day Chris Hernandez Veterans Day isn’t about the fallen. They have their own day. And Veterans...
"Over a three-week period in the autumn of 1993, the fate of Vareš opened before me like a perverted fairytale. The cast included the Muslim folk of a forest village, a murderous pilgrim rogue and his band of killers in the valley below, a serb warrior who had the...
This is a troubling, miserable, depressing, superb book. Babchenko gives one of the few first-person accounts of the Chechen Wars. NNSFW images and video.