Take a few minutes to reflect on the awesome and terrifying power unleashed on the world in the summer of 1945 while remembering the lives lost — and possibly saved.
Tank crew standing in front of an M-4 tank, Ft. Knox Crewman of an M-3 tank, Ft. Knox, Ky Light tank going through
The B-1 Bomber The principal launch pad for the airborne cruise may be the new swing-wing B-1 bomber. Designed as a successor to the 25-year-old
Build guided missile ships… jet planes with Revell Authentic Kits from Woolworth’s U.S.S. BOSTON, first Guided Missile Cruiser, built 1955. Revell model shows com-pletely detailed
Infantry Training Area, Camp Roberts Field Artillery Training Center Making an announcement
Walt Disney’s Gremlin Chasers You’ve heard of the Gremlins, pesky little troublemakers that hang around air fields, army camps, ports of call, and battle stations.
Day of dreadnought is past, predicts H G Wells Famous English author says England’s confidence in big battleships is unreasonable and naval war of future
To help maintain capacity production, call in Socony Vacuum You’re seeing the first step in making a shell case. A flat metal disc is placed
Today’s air power in action Giant Air Force THOR — already in mass production — can strike anywhere in the world from US bases Last
What to tell your mother when you’ve decided to join the Navy. First, tell her you won’t be gone forever. The Navy isn’t at sea
Now even this is “old stuff” A few years ago, the weird shape of Navy’s Regulus II [a supersonic guided sea-to-surface cruise missile, capable of
Generals looking at a map General Ulysses S Grant examining map held by General George G Meade (May 21, 1864): Soldiers filling canteens In Fredericksburg,
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