Throwback Thursday: The POWs of Camp Perry
Camp Perry hasn't always hosted the National Matches. Once, it hosted prisoners of war.
Throwback Thursday: "The Desert Fox"
Field Marshal Rommel was a formidable foe. Here's what America learned from him.
Throwback Thursday: When "Into the Wild" Worked
Hollywood movies aside, Dick Proenneke proved that a lone man can survive Alaska's brutal beauty.
Throwback Thursday: What's a Sten Gun?
On D-Day, the Sten gun served as a drum while the bagpipes played the soldiers ashore.
Throwback Thursday: America's Navajo Code Talkers
America's best "secret weapon" of World War II wasn't an arm at all...it was our Native Americans.
Throwback Thursday: D-Day, the French Resistance & a “Hedgehog”
During WWII, so much depended upon "a tough little animal that even a lion would hesitate to bite."
Throwback Thursday: Hemingway's Guns
He may have written "A Farewell to Arms," but this literary giant was a firearms fanatic.
Throwback Thursday: Slingers, History's First Snipers
Make no mistake, the ancient sling was no slingshot...and it was definitely not a toy.
Throwback Thursday: Hiroo Onoda, Last Imperial Japanese Soldier
What if you were fighting a war, it ended, and you didn't get the memo?
Throwback Thursday: Way of the Warrior
They came like foxes, attacked like lions, and fled like birds.