Month: March 2015

  • Military History

Famous Navy Ships: The USS Maddox

In the wake of the events on August of 1964 near the Gulf of Tonkin,…

  • Civil War

John Chivington: From Glorieta Pass to the Sand Creek Massacre

John M. Chivington, a Union hero at Glorieta Pass, played a considerably less praiseworthy role…

  • Military History

Famous Navy Ships: The USS Phoenix & ARA General Belgrano

The USS Phoenix taxied many American soldiers in the Pacific Theater before being sunk as…

  • Military Games

Game Reviews: Updates to World of Tanks & Sniper Elite III

Wargarming's World of Tanks issues its 'Iron Brotherhood' update, and Rebellion's Sniper Elite III hits…

  • WWII

WWII Espionage: Eric Arthur Roberts, Britain’s Quiet Hero

Unassuming British bank clerk Eric Arthur Roberts threw himself deep into the WWII espionage community…

  • Military History

Military Book Reviews: March 2015

Chris Miskimon shares with us his military book reviews for March 2015, focusing on World…

  • Military History

The Nightmare Mission Into Laos: Operation Lam Son 719

During Operation Lam Son 719, the South Vietnamese raid into the Laotian panhandle, commanders learned…

  • Civil War

James Andrews vs. William Fuller in the Great Locomotive Chase

When James Andrews' Federal raiders stole his train, a determined William Fuller took action; the…

  • Military History

An American Legend: The 1903 Springfield Rifle

Initially developed after the Spanish-American War, the 1903 Springfield Rifle enjoyed a long and celebrated…

  • Military Games

Game Reviews: Sniper Elite’s Zombie Army Trilogy

Following in the footsteps of Bionic Commando and Wolfenstein: The New Order, the latest Sniper…