How a Nazi superweapon might have altered the course of the war.
A new book shows where Japan went wrong at Pearl Harbor
Although designed to combat massed Soviet armored formations, the Patton tank was an invaluable weapon for infantry support and defending firebases
The absence of enemy tanks in Vietnam drove the Centurion into a primarily infantry-support role, with several field modifications
The USS Grayback, whose missions during and after the Vietnam War remain classified, was the only U.S. Navy submarine capable of covertly delivering Marines or Special Forces to an enemy shore
The Type 95 boasted three times the range of its U.S. Navy counterpart, was faster than the electrically driven Mark 18, and it left no wake.
Demolishing the Myth The Tank Battle at Prokhorovka, Kursk, July 1943: An Operational Narrative By Valeriy Zamulin. 672 pp. Helion & Company, 2011. $69.95. For anyone interested in the war between...
Enter the Wolf Pack's Baltic lair.
Churchill's friend and scientific adviser had the prime minister's full faith—even when he shouldn't have
The Exocet antiship missile wreaked havoc on British ships during the Falklands War and was central to the USS Stark controversy.
The Stahlhelm, iconic helmet of German forces in both world wars, inspired many modern-day helmet designs, including the U.S. Kevlar field helmet.
Click for larger image. To see past Weapons Manuals by Max Gadney, click here. This infographic originally appeared in the Septebmer/October issue of World War II...
Visit Arromanches-les-Bains, the port born on D-Day.
The Mark I set the precedent for a range of self-propelled weaponry that would see widespread use in World War II and thereafter.
The electronic conflict pioneered by the Wild Weasel vs the Guideline SAM during the Vietnam War laid the groundwork for a new form of air-ground warfare that is still evolving today
Once scorned as little more than toys, military robots now play a key role on modern-day battlefields