American Warrior | John Adams: Unhappy (Political) Warrior
Ugly elections came early to our Republic—a kind of warfare and warrior unwelcome to most.
American Warrior | Albert Einstein—Imported Cold Warrior?
Ardent pacifist Albert Einstein faced a choice in 1939. He “manned up” and made it.
American Warrior | A Costly Failure: Operation Market Garden
Market Garden is a grim reminder that the march into Germany was not an undiluted success.
American Warrior | A Forgotten War, But A Well-Remembered Song
The Korean War was a forgotten one in the 20th century; maybe we had one in the 19th, too.
American Warrior | An Ace of Korean Aces
In a span of eight days 63 years ago, the Korean air war took some remarkable turns for five American aces.
Four Good Books
If your “gear” doesn’t include some good books, we suggest it’s time to reconsider.
The Little County That Could
Quiet, modest Haralson County, Ga., may only have a population of 28,000, but it honors our veterans like few places of any size.
Remembering Joe Foss
2016 may prove a particularly good year to remember Joe Foss: Medal of Honor winner and past NRA president.
Helping Vets Through Long-Range Rifle Competition
Tom “Hoser” Freeman runs down the action at last month’s New Mexico Precision Rifle Championship.
Active Shooter Response Training Goes Live
Only a nitwit doesn’t want law enforcement intervention to stop active shooters, but what to do until they arrive?