From a rifle way ahead of its time to a revolver that served for nearly a century these are the 5 most underrated weapons of the U.S. military.
The purpose of the Springfield M1903 Air Service rifle was cloaked in mystery that had led to many theories. Now it has been solved.
The military also has a long tradition of adopting hunting weapons and seven of them have left their mark over the decades.
Taking out tanks as a grunt is tough and it means you have to be creative. These three anti-armor weapons provided some of the most creative ways to do so.
The RAW, or rifleman’s assault weapon could have brought enhanced firepower to the rifle squad. But it was never adopted.
The M202 FLASH is a rocket-propelled flamethrower (yes, you read that right) and possibly the only selective fire, man-portable rocket launcher.
Rifle grenades were the infantry’s first experimentation with organic grenade launchers and indirect firepower at the squad level.
The Czech-designed Bren 805 and Bren 2 are modern, modular rifles that have become quite popular and will continue to serve in the future.
Mikhail Kalashnikov designed the world’s most popular rifle. But were his other creations as good as the AK-47?
The “Greatest Beer Run Ever” tells the true story of New York native Chickie bringing a beer to his friends serving in Vietnam.