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Putin-Era Taboo: Telling Why Some Soviets Aided Nazis
75 Years of U.S. Army Rangers: A Legend Begins, 1942
Coup d’État in Iraq (1941)
Canadian elite special forces sniper makes record-breaking kill shot in Iraq
The Comic Books Go to War
AH-64 Apache Tests High Energy Laser
Before NAVAIR Was NAVAIR: Fostering the Birth and Growth of U.S. Naval Aviation
Rangers in World War II
The Fall of Ernst Udet and Gerd von Rundstedt: The Nazi Blame Game
• The Royce Special Mission: America’s first aerial counter-offensive against Japan
The Revenue Cutter Service in the War of 1812: Foundations of the modern Coast Guard
Interview: Col. Marcus S. Evans: 75th Ranger Regiment Commander
Air Force, Marine F-35s Train Together at Red Flag 17-3
HMS Queen Elizabeth on Sea Trials
• Pegasus Bridge: The first engagement of D-Day
• Hobart and His Funnies: A Most “Difficult” General
• Hobart and His Funnies: Gen. Omar Bradley and the D-Day Controversy
• 1917: Special Operations Begin




This is kind of like Toy Story. But for books, which are better than toys anyway. A Canadian couple and a host of volunteers spent days and nights painstakingly ordering bookshelves in their Toronto bookstore to create a frame-by-frame, stop-motion movie about what happens when they go home from work. The story is beautiful and mesmerizing and the ending? We couldn’t agree more. Check it out.







This is a video (2:25 min) of John Sullivan, author of Fuel to the Troops, describing his unit's importance during the war and how one company's product was a key factor in getting "fuel to the troops":



Trailer for "Saints and Soldiers: Airborne Creed" movie to be released August 17, 2012.
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