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    Engineering the Union's Victory

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    Lexington & Concord: Roots of Revolution

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    Engineering the Union's Victory

    David Hawley / Contributor

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    Editor's Choice: NYT COMPLETE WW II ANTHOLOGY

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    FSU Shooting Victim Saved by History Book!

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Battlefield Daily Almanac: November 20, 2014

Battlefield Daily Almanac: November 20, 2014

Test pilot Scott Crossfield became the first human being to fly at twice the speed of sound on this date in 1953 - more than 1,300 miles per hour, Mach 2. He flew a Douglas Skyrocket (shown above), one of the most righteously bad-ass airplanes ever built.

FREE! Book Giveaway: West Point 1915

FREE! Book Giveaway: West Point 1915

Warrior will be giving away one free book a week for the rest of the year! Check out this week's book from Zenith Press on West Point's most famous class aptly called the Class the Stars Fell On.

U.S. Soldiers bust move to 'What is Love'

U.S. Soldiers bust move to 'What is Love'

The soldiers never seem to find a dull moment during deployment. See them get their groove on to "What Is Love," the hit song recorded by the Eurodance artist Haddaway.

B-52 Stratofortress

B-52 Stratofortress

In an age of disposable technology—who bothers to fix VCRs anymore?—the idea of a complex system running at top speed for half a century seems incredible. But don't tell that to the B-52 Stratofortress, the world's longest-flying military aircraft, which has been in daily operation with the U.S. Air Force for nearly 60 years.

Member Story: My Roots in Plymouth Colony

Member Story: My Roots in Plymouth Colony

When I began to investigate my family tree, I wasn't expecting to find anything of great importance, just the usual run-of-the-mill ancestry that would satisfy my curiosity. But as my investigation progressed, I found some surprising facts that led me to believe that my ancestry did include some notable people.

Battlefield Daily Almanac: November 19, 2014

Battlefield Daily Almanac: November 19, 2014

A majestic song - a thrilling song - composed on this date in 1861.

DARK AGES ELITE: THE BUCELLARII OF BELISARIUS

DARK AGES ELITE: THE BUCELLARII OF BELISARIUS

This is the fifth part of our series on Elite Warriors of the Dark Ages. The Household Cavalry of one of history's greatest generals helped to restore the lost western provinces of the Roman Empire. A multi-ethnic unit of armored cavalry, they were mobile fire-brigade of the Byzantine Empire.

One-on-One with Churchill's Grandaughter

One-on-One with Churchill's Grandaughter

We sat down with Celia Sandys, granddaughter of Winston Churchill, to discuss her relationship with the great statesman and the man behind the myth.

Drip, Drip: ISIS LOSES key Oil Refinery

Drip, Drip: ISIS LOSES key Oil Refinery

Iraqi security forces have entered the refinery in Baiji after five-month standoff with Islamic militants, dealing a significant blow to the terrorist network.

VIDEO: 1000 YDS Off Hand with 50 Cal Barrett

VIDEO: 1000 YDS Off Hand with 50 Cal Barrett

1000 yard off hand shot with a .50 cal Barrett in 2 seconds!

Bin Laden's Shooter Should Have Stayed Silent

Bin Laden's Shooter Should Have Stayed Silent

Former Navy SEAL Ray "Cash" Care on Rob O'Neill's decision to speak publicly about the mission that killed America's number one enemy.

Soldier's Story: Vietnam Combat Pilot

Soldier's Story: Vietnam Combat Pilot

I was a crew chief in Vietnam for the 282nd Assault Helicopter Company (Black Cats and Alley Cats) from 1968-1969.