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    Battlefield Daily Almanac: October 30, 2014

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    Video: U.S. bombs ISIS base in Iraq

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    From the Military's ARPANET to our Internet

    Terry Sharrer / Contributor

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    Video: This Man May Never Shoot a Gun Again

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    ISIS Numbers that will SHOCK You

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    Historical Moments: The Greatest World Series

    Brad Spychalski / Contributor

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    Battlefield Daily Almanac: October 30, 2014

    By Bob Frost / Writer and Publisher

    Full Story
  • 05.

    Video: U.S. bombs ISIS base in Iraq

    Steffani Jacobs / Assistant Editor

    Full Story
  • 06.

    From the Military's ARPANET to our Internet

    Terry Sharrer / Contributor

    Full Story
  • 01.

    Video: This Man May Never Shoot a Gun Again

    Patrick Carone / Scout.com

    Full Story
  • 02.

    ISIS Numbers that will SHOCK You

    Steffani Jacobs / Assistant Editor

    Full Story
  • 03.

    Historical Moments: The Greatest World Series

    Brad Spychalski / Contributor

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THE AGE OF ARTHUR: PART EIGHT

THE AGE OF ARTHUR: PART EIGHT

This is the Eighth-part of our discussion of Britain in the so-called Age of Arthur: the 5th though the mid-6th Century A.D. It is a fascinating period, with the Classical civilization of Greece and Rome giving way to the Germanic “Dark Ages”. It was the sunset of Celtic-Roman culture in Britain; it was the Age of Arthur!

Trivia Tuesday: Famous American Generals

Trivia Tuesday: Famous American Generals

Think you know your history? Try and answer this question without Googling!

The Statue of Liberty

Lady Liberty

The Statue of Liberty owes its colossal beginnings to a humble dinner party in a village near the palace of Versailles outside Paris.

Battlefield Daily Almanac: October 28, 2014

Battlefield Daily Almanac: October 28, 2014

Who was Germany’s greatest flying ace during the First World War? The Red Baron, right? Well, he's certainly a strong candidate. A good case can also be made for Oswald Boelcke, the Baron's teacher. Boelcke was killed on this date in 1916.

Winslow Homer's "The Sharpshooter"

Civil War Snipers

Pity Gen. John Sedgwick. He was killed at the Battle of Spotsylvania Court House in May 1864 by a sniper 800 yards away.

GREAT WARSHIPS OF HISTORY: THE GREEK TRIREME

GREAT WARSHIPS OF HISTORY: THE GREEK TRIREME

Deadliest Blogger continues our series on famous warships or types of ships in history.

The Realities of Shooting ELR Distances

The Realities of Shooting ELR Distances

The goal was to hit these targets and record as much information as possible so the shooter can go back and true their software as well as have a reference point for the next day. Record keeping stressed throughout the weekend.

Marines leave Helmand Bases to Afghan Forces

Marines leave Helmand Bases to Afghan Forces

Bases previously held by U.S. Marines and soldiers from the United Kingdom in Helmand Province, Afghanistan, were finally turned over to Afghan security forces.

‘I Feel Bully’: Theodore Roosevelt

‘I Feel Bully’: Theodore Roosevelt

Theodore Roosevelt was a ‘bully’ president—vigorous, assertive, often overbearing—and he ushered in the age of big government in Washington and big American commitments abroad. We take a look back on the 26th president on his 156th birthday.

SLAUGHTER IN THE MUD: HENRY V AT AGINCOURT

SLAUGHTER IN THE MUD: HENRY V AT AGINCOURT

Henry V leads the original "Band of Brothers" to a bloody triumph against all odds on Saint Crispin's Day, 1415

Uncovering the Clues of Life in Early America

Uncovering the Clues of Life in Early America

Forensic anthropologist Douglas Owsley interprets the stories in the bones as he uncovers clues to life in earliest America.

Superheroes and Good Ol' Uncle Sam

Superheroes and Good Ol' Uncle Sam

America in the late 1930s was ready for a ringer. Caught between a protracted depression and the already audible drums of war, its faith in the power of human enterprise and the goodness of human nature was taking a beating.