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The Brazilian Army has issued specifications for a new battle tank. Here's a look at some of the possibilities.
Beautifully made, this book gives a comprehensive rundown of French military service rifles from 1866 to effectively the modern day.
The US Army’s Future Attack Reconnaissance Aircraft program has been narrowed down to two contenders; Sikorsky’s Raider X and Bell’s 360 Invictus.
It isn’t well remembered in the rest of the world that Peru and Ecuador fought a brief conflict in 1995 over a disputed border area; the Cenepa War.
The Focke Wulf 187 Falke (Falcon) was a single seat heavy fighter that on paper had a lot going for it but which lacked a role in the Luftwaffe’s doctrine.
COMPETETION: If you want to try and win a signed Polish-edition of my book Desert Sniper – “Pustynny Snajper”?
Saab, Boeing and Lockheed are all fighting to offer the best deal to the Canadian government for the next Royal Canadian Air Force fighter.
A short(ish) one to kind of spur a discussion and talk about one of the often left out aspects of the success of the Germans early in the war.
The extraordinary D-Day mission of the Inns of Court Regiment, otherwise known as the "Devil's Own", that went deep behind German lines on a mission to destroy vital bridges.
Video exploring the French invasion of Germany in 1939 and the implications of failure to follow it up.
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