Is the IDF Invincible?
By David T. Zabecki
Are the Israel Defense Forces really the world’s best army—or have they fought nothing but bush-league opponents?
The Genius of Philip II
By Richard A. Gabriel
Philip of Macedon fathered a new age of Western warfare
Portfolio: Military Motors
Collectible cigarette cards helped pass the time in the World War I trenches
The Greatest War Games
By Mark Perry
America forged an army during the 1940–41 Louisiana Maneuvers
Plotter or Patriot?
By Thomas Fleming
In 1777 Johann de Kalb sought to supplant George Washington
For Whom the Ambulance Rolls
By James Neugass
An American ambulance driver recalls the Spanish Civil War
What We Learned from the Battle of Attu
Alfred S. McLaren: Cold War Beneath the Ice
The 442nd Regimental Combat Team
Cheval de frise
Browning M2 machine gun
Letter from Military History
Belleau Wood, France
Weapons We’re Glad They Never Built
Swiss Army KorpsTool 1
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Yom Kippur War
Wars of Alexander the Great
George Washington: His Final Days
On the cover: General Moshe Dayan was IDF chief of staff (1953–1958) and the winning commander of the 1967 Six-Day War