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Video: This Man May Never Shoot a Gun Again

Video: This Man May Never Shoot a Gun Again

It was David's first time firing a gun, and it might be David's last time firing a gun. Timber!

ISIS Numbers that will SHOCK You

ISIS Numbers that will SHOCK You

These numbers on ISIS and Operation Inherent Resolve, the mission to destroy ISIS, will absolutely shock you.

Historical Moments: The Greatest World Series

Historical Moments: The Greatest World Series

America’s pastime shines brightest on the game’s grandest stage.

Battlefield Daily Almanac: October 30, 2014

Battlefield Daily Almanac: October 30, 2014

'The War of the Worlds' aired on CBS Radio on this date in 1938, depicting a Martian invasion of Earth. Mass panic in the listening public! (Well, no, but a fair amount of worry.)

Video: U.S. bombs ISIS base in Iraq

Video: U.S. bombs ISIS base in Iraq

U.S. Central Command (CENTCOM) released new videos of the latest Operation Inherent Resolve airstrikes intended to "degrade and destroy" ISIS.

From the Military's ARPANET to our Internet

From the Military's ARPANET to our Internet

Who should we thank for the Internet? The United States military.

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.