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Braddock’s Defeat in the Wilderness

Braddock’s Defeat in the Wilderness

By David A. Norris
 Captain Daniel Lienard de Beaujeu rushed to save the remote French outpost of Fort Duquesne in early July 1755. Weeks away from receiving substantial reinforcements, the fort was the target of British Maj. Gen. Edward Braddock. With Braddock was the largest army in the North American frontier,   More »

Greene’s Gamble at Hobkirk’s Hill

Greene’s Gamble at Hobkirk’s Hill

After Lord Cornwallis withdrew the bulk of his British forces following the Battle of Guilford Courthouse in March 1781, American General Nathanael Greene moved his Continental forces against the remaining British occupiers in South Carolina.   More »



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The Life of a Military Historian: Walking Through the D-Day Invasion

The Life of a Military Historian: Walking Through the D-Day Invasion

Flint Whitlock shares with us his experiences leading European tours during the 70th anniversary of the D-Day invasion.

Military Weapons: NATO’s FN-FAL Rifle

Military Weapons: NATO’s FN-FAL Rifle

One of the most-used military weapons in history, the FN-FAL rifle was the most successful of the NATO military rifles and was used across the globe.

Remembering Edward Saylor & the Doolittle Raiders

Remembering Edward Saylor & the Doolittle Raiders

Edward Saylor, one of four surviving Doolittle Raiders, passed away this January. In this article we look back on their legacy.

The Duke of Wellington’s Preparations for the Battle of Waterloo

The Duke of Wellington’s Preparations for the Battle of Waterloo

The Duke of Wellington did not share Napoleon Bonaparte’s strategic brilliance, but his own strengths played their part at the Battle of Waterloo.

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