A wide-ranging look at the conflict, featuring 500 evocative photographs, color campaign maps and battle plans, special features dedicated to weaponry and portraits of the war’s key political and military leaders.
The late Chris Kyle recorded the greatest number of confirmed sniper kills in the history of the United States military. Kyle tell his astonishing story, and offers a rare look at the secret world of Special Ops.
Featuring stories of U.S. Marines featured in the TV mini-series The Pacific, this chronicle follows twenty Marines from the Pearl Harbor attack through battles with the Japanese to their return home after V-J Day.
A gripping true story of survival, bravery, and honor that chronicles the crash of a U.S. cargo plane in the forbidding Greenland Ice Cap during World War II and the daring attempts to rescue the survivors.
Today’s heavily modified handguns have changed the personal protection landscape. This hands-on guide shows you how to accessorize your gun to optimize its potential—and how to use it right to defend you and your family.
From a Marine’s recollections of a battle to clear the Que Son mountains to a gunship pilot’s fight to protect a downed medevac chopper, this oral history lets Vietnam vets share their experiences in their own words.
A Pulitzer Prize–winning reporter’s explosive account of the transformation of the CIA and U.S. special forces into competing covert manhunting and killing operations—and how this is now the new American way of war.
Commemorating the 150th anniversary of the Battle of Gettysburg, artist and author Wayne Vansant chronicles the clash in a powerful graphic novel that brings its events, personalities, and significance to vibrant life.
Explores how, in the three months after the 1914 murder of Archduke Franz Ferdinand, a small group of statesmen plotted to use the assassination as the trigger to ignite a long-awaited showdown in Europe.
An inside look at the elite K9 warriors who accompany Navy SEALs into battle—how they are chosen, their highly specialized training, their close bonds with their handlers, and the extreme missions they undertake.
In this complete practical guide for any modern sniper, former Navy SEAL and military sniper Brandon Webb reveals the tips, basic training, and latest weapons systems and optics necessary to become an efficient marksman.
At the height of World War II, one in three men fighting for the Germans in the East was not a native German. Here is a country-by-country look at these foreign troops and their impact on the Nazi war effort.
Published annually for more than 80 years, Shooter’s Bible® is the most complete and sought-after reference guide for new products, specifications and current prices on thousands of firearms and related equipment.
From war to natural disasters, government shutdown to terrorism, eighteen-year British Special Air Services veteran Barry Davies shows you how to survive anything—and how to resume your life after the dust has settled.
This profusely illustrated history of the Vietnam War offers an authoritative chronicle of the conflict that doesn’t shy away from the controversies and moral ambiguities that still haunt our collective memories of it.
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