MilSurp: British Infantry Weapons of World War II: The Tools Tommies Used to Beat Back the Bosche by WILL DABBS on FEBRUARY 21, 2018 Related Tags: Buzz, Feature Articles, Guns, Military, Milsurp, reviews, Self-Defense, Tactical On the night of June 5th, 1944, a force of 181 men commanded by Major John Howard lifted off from RAF Tarant Rushton aboard six Horsa gliders. Their force consisted of … Continue reading “Tommy Atkins Guns & WWII”
In the spirit of so called transparency. My Mustache does not think this is funny either!
Low Recruit Discipline Prompts Army to Redesign Basic Training Drill Sergeant (Staff Sgt.) Jonathan Christal, B Battery, 1st Battalion, 40th Field Artillery, marches Basic Combat Training Soldiers in for classroom training. (U.S. Army Photo/Mr. James Brabenec) Military.com 9 Feb 2018 By Matthew Cox The U.S. Army will soon launch a redesign of Basic Combat Training intended to build more … Continue reading “Basic I think is going to get a lot harder now for some reason!”
US Army Ditches Grenade Throwing Requirement Because Too Many Recruits Can’t Throw Far Enough On Friday, the Army revealed that it is nixing the grenade throwing requirement, where recruits had to show that they could hurl the explosive a minimum of 25 meters, because “a large number of trainees” can’t meet the distance, even lacking … Continue reading “WTF !?!”
Are you prepared for the extreme violence that is likely to come your way if the SHTF? No matter what your plan is, it’s entirely probable that at some point, you’ll be the victim of violence or have to perpetrate violence to survive. As always, Selco is our go-to guy on SHTF reality checks and this … Continue reading “The Brutal Truth About Violence When The SHTF by Tyler Durden”
https://youtu.be/g6Y06dE48L0?t=11 Attachments area Preview YouTube video Pentagon Adds Over 4,000 Names Of Dishonorably Discharged Service Members To Gun Ban List Pentagon Adds Over 4,000 Names Of Dishonorably Discharged Service Members To Gun Ban List
John Basilone (November 4, 1916 – February 19, 1945) was a United States Marine Corps Gunnery Sergeant who was killed in action during World War II. He received the Medal of Honor for heroism above and beyond the call of duty during the Battle for Henderson Field in the Guadalcanal Campaign, and the Navy Crossposthumously for extraordinary heroism during the Battle of Iwo Jima. He was the only enlisted … Continue reading “A Stud of a Man! Gunnery Sgt John Basilone USMC”
H&K – The Protest is Over: USMC fields M27 IAR — SHOT Show 2018 by CLAY MARTIN on JANUARY 31, 2018 Related Tags: Buzz, Column, Heckler & Koch, Industry News, reviews, Rifle, Tactical H&K had some small announcements for SHOT Show 2018, as well as a big one. First things, first — let’s talk about the rifle. USMC Shoots H&K The protest period has ended, … Continue reading “Some new shooting Irons for the USMC”