VIDEO: Shooting Straight with Stephen Hunter
Stephen Hunter is a Pulitzer Prize-winning author. Here, he sits down with Frank Miniter, A1F Editor in Chief, to discuss his new book and more.
Sturmgewehr 44 Saved from the Scrap Heap
City Council in southeast Virginia votes to donate the rifle to a Navy museum.
Medal of Honor Recipient’s Monument in Limbo
New York state’s anti-gun sentiment runs deep enough to threaten memorial for Charles DeGlopper, a World War II hero.
American Warrior | Brothers At War: The Sullivans And Nilands
Five Sullivans and four Nilands—“must” reading, and not only on Veterans Day.
American Warrior | Lt. Col. Robert S. Johnson, USAAF
Ninety-seven years ago this week, a great American fighter pilot was born.
SEALs Set Sail
After a two-decade journey, the U.S. Navy SEALs came into being 55 years ago this week.
Honoring WWII Veteran Air Force Paratrooper Walter Hughes: A True American Hero
Honoring WWII paratrooper Walter Hughes, who was laid to rest earlier this week.
American Warrior | Pearl Harbor: 75 Years Ago Today
Seventy-five years ago today, Pearl Harbor was attacked by the Japanese Imperial Navy.
Pearl Harbor: A Look From The Other Side
The Japanese victory that began World War II was a fruit long in growing, fatal in eating.
American Warrior | Albert Einstein—Imported Cold Warrior?
Ardent pacifist Albert Einstein faced a choice in 1939. He “manned up” and made it.