"Yesterday, December 7, 1941—a date which will live in infamy— the United States of America was suddenly and deliberately attacked by naval and air forces of the Empire of Japan." -- President Franklin D. Roosevelt, addressing Congress and the American people on Dec. 8, 1941.FULL STORY
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.FULL STORY
'It must be remembered that the fate of the Navy depends upon its salesmen, of which journalists are the top drawer men.'FULL STORY
American history changed forever on May 10, 1869, when a telegrapher in northern Utah tapped out the word “done” to the world, signifying that the final spike had been hammered in joining railroads from the east and west.FULL STORY
On October 14, 1066, two determined enemies faced each other across a shallow valley: William, Duke of Normandy; and from the heights of Senlac Hill, Harold, England's warrior king. With the fate of England in the balance, these two former friends would contend that long day in one of the greatest and most decisive battles in the sanguine history of the British Isles: The Battle of Hastings.FULL STORY
By winning the Battle of Sekigahara on this date in 1600, a man named Tokugawa took a large step toward becoming shogun - supreme general – of Japan.FULL STORY
The fundamentals of marksmanship are the building blocks to all good shooting. It's important to understand the fundamentals in order to successfully engage targets at distance.FULL STORY
Think you know your history? Try and answer this question without Googling!FULL STORY
Michael Collins drifted around the far side of the moon. . .and lost touch with all of humanity. He could no longer communicate with his fellow travelers, Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin romping below, and he could no longer hear Mission Control. He remembers thinking, “I. . .am absolutely isolated from any known life. I am it.”FULL STORY
Here are some of the greatest one-liners to ever come out of your favorite Hollywood action flicks.FULL STORY
Syracuse head coach Scott Shafer made a reference to the ISIS beheadings during his post-game press conference after losing to Louisville.FULL STORY
Brilliant and eccentric, Stonewall Jackson’s tactics were to ‘mystify, mislead, and surprise.’FULL STORY
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