The Armed Forces History Museum has a number of dioramas in its Korean War Gallery. They include the Inchon Landing, MASH and the Battle of Chosin Reservoir to name a few. The museum also has a fully restored, fully operational M47 Patton Tank and an M41 Walker Bulldog Tank.
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This list of Top Ten Armies (Military Powers) in the world is subjective at best. Unless you looked at specific aspects and judged based on that criteria alone, the list cannot be definitive. One can look at a nation’s defense budget or the size of their enlisted members, or combine the two. Another area for […]
The use of working dogs in the military dates back to ancient times. Some of the first use of dogs in a military role dates back to the Egyptians, the Greeks, the Persians and the Romans to name a few. The Greeks and the Romans often used dogs as guards – or sentries – and […]
A well-known bayonet used in World War II was the M1942. Though Bayonets have been a weapon of choice as early as the 17th Century, they were also extensively utilized throughout WWII. Their design, shape and application evolved some, but overall, the bayonet has maintained a basic structure […]
U.S. Army’s youngest General, Mark W. Clark, is thought by many to be one of the best U.S. Generals of World War II. His service career started in April of 1917 as a graduate of West Point Academy. He was appointed as a 2nd lieutenant of Infantry […]
The M3 submachine gun was adopted into service by the US Army in December of 1942. This .45cal submachine gun had a 30-round magazine and was considered superior to the its counterpart, the Thompson submachine gun. The M3 was not only cheaper to produce than the Thompson, it was […]