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    Battlefield Daily Almanac: November 23, 2014

    By Bob Frost / Writer and Publisher

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    The Assassination of JFK: Plan or Conspiracy?

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    Losing Detroit

    Joseph G. Bilby / Contributor

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    CENTCOM Releases More Airstrike Videos

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    ‘I have not yet begun to fight!'

    Rick Beyer / Contributor

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    B-24 Snoopers

    Orin R. Hayes / Club Member

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  • 04.

    Battlefield Daily Almanac: November 23, 2014

    By Bob Frost / Writer and Publisher

    Full Story
  • 05.

    The Assassination of JFK: Plan or Conspiracy?

    Steven M. Gillon / Contributor

    Full Story
  • 06.

    Losing Detroit

    Joseph G. Bilby / Contributor

    Full Story
  • 01.

    CENTCOM Releases More Airstrike Videos

    Staff / Warrior

    Full Story
  • 02.

    ‘I have not yet begun to fight!'

    Rick Beyer / Contributor

    Full Story
  • 03.

    B-24 Snoopers

    Orin R. Hayes / Club Member

    Full Story
The JFK Assassination Conspiracy

The JFK Assassination Conspiracy

Years after the events in Dallas, reams of research leave a tangled web of conspiracy theories.

Iraqis blast ’so-called’ U.S.-led coalition

Iraqis blast ’so-called’ U.S.-led coalition

Iraqi forces are recapturing huge swathes of territory in Anbar Province. And it has nothing to do with the “so-called American-led coalition,” claim sources in Anbar Province. What gives?

American Thermopylae: Last of Fox Company

American Thermopylae: Last of Fox Company

At the dawn of the Korean War, with its corps facing encirclement by a Chinese army, one Marine company was tasked with controlling a key mountain road out of North Korea. Their stand at Fox Hill against an entire division of Chinese troops has become legendary.

Ex Paratrooper THRASHES Burglar

Ex Paratrooper THRASHES Burglar

Note to cowardly robbers and thieves: If you’re going to pull this, make sure you're not going to cross an ex-paratrooper.

I Was There: The Nuremberg War Crimes Trial

I Was There: The Nuremberg War Crimes Trial

One club member was there when the Nuremburg War Trials began, witnessing the sentencing of numerous convicted Nazis.

Editor's Choice: AMERICAN ICON SCULPTURE

Editor's Choice: AMERICAN ICON SCULPTURE

Enter Promo Code HOLIDAY10 to get 10% off the Editor's Holiday Picks. Exclusions do apply to any electronics. Offer ends December 31, 2014

Alarm in the Aleutians

Alarm in the Aleutians

Just six months after the attack on Pearl Harbor, Japanese Adm. Isoroku Yamamoto set into motion a plan aimed at gaining a threatening foothold on American soil. On June 3, 1942, Japanese planes bombed U.S. military targets at Dutch Harbor on Amaknak Island in the Aleutian Islands. The attack lasted two days, injuring or killing more than 100 soldiers and civilians.

FSU Shooting Victim Saved by History Book!

FSU Shooting Victim Saved by History Book!

Student Jason Derfuss was one of several people shot in a mass shooting that took place at Florida State University Thursday. His life was saved by a book he had picked up moments earlier.

Apache Administers Death to Taliban (VIDEO)

Apache Administers Death to Taliban (VIDEO)

The Apache helicopter is one of the most famed and efficient killing machines in the U.S Army. Get the skinny on this 'steel dragon' and watch what one does to a platoon of Taliban fighters in Afghanistan.

Polk's Manifest Destiny

Polk's Manifest Destiny

The Mexican War has been depicted as patriotic defense & shameful plundering of a weak foe. Which was it?

Lexington & Concord: Roots of Revolution

Lexington & Concord: Roots of Revolution

Just before dawn on the brisk morning of April 19, 1775, Jonas Parker stood with a loaded musket and watched as six companies of King George's light infantry, the vanguard of an 800-man detachment of British regulars, marched toward the common of Lexington, Mass.

Engineering the Union's Victory

Engineering the Union's Victory

The first great collision of the Civil War that took place on the Plains of Manassas on July 21, 1861, demonstrated the importance of railroads for moving large numbers of men to strategic positions. But this battle, known as the First Battle of Bull Run, was also something of an improvised mess. Above: Authors Kurz & Allison, 1889. Source: United States Library of Congress.