The story of World War II’s bloodiest march to victory: the battlefield odyssey of a U.S. Army officer and his infantry unit as they fought for over 500 days, from the invasion of Italy to the gates of Dachau.
Brandon Webb’s experiences in the world’s most elite sniper corps are the stuff of legend. From his years of training to his combat, Webb provides a rare and riveting glimpse into the inner workings of the U.S. military.
This fully illustrated guide leads you through the process of reloading handgun, rifle and shotgun cartridges with ease, from tools and accessories you’ll need to step-by-step instructions to safety tips and more.
The sister ship of the Bismarck, the battleship Tirpitz was one of the linchpins in Hitler’s plans to undo the supremacy of the British navy. Bishop recounts the British obsession to destroy the battleship at any cost.
Historians typically consider the Allied victory at Midway to be the turning point in the Pacific war. Prados argues that it was the Solomon Islands campaign, not Midway, that consolidated Allied power in the Pacific.
In the prelude to the Bataan Death March, a few dozen Americans escaped into the Philippine jungle. Here is the story of 23-year-old Clay Conner Jr., who not only survived but persevered against the Japanese.
Taking us from the blitzkrieg against Poland to clashes against the British in Libya and Egypt, the first in a two-volume combat history of Germany’s Panzer-Regiment 5 features hundreds of photos and firsthand accounts.
Features updated values for thousands of models, including antique, vintage and modern pieces; more than 7,500 photos and extended descriptions; historical information, grading explanations, and much more.
A Navy SEAL who witnessed Bin Laden's final moments delivers a blow-by-blow narrative of the raid, from the helicopter crash that could have ended the author’s life to the radio call confirming the terrorist’s death.
Part of the famed U.S. Eighth Air Force, the 352nd Fighter Group was one of World War II’s most decorated flying units. Here is a gripping account of the “Blue Nosed Bastards of Bodney” and their legendary exploits.
A gripping look at today’s elite warriors from the commander who has led assault missions in Iraq, run the SEAL training programs, and became the public face of the SEALs when he starred in the 2012 film Act of Valor.
The most dramatic Special Forces operations in U.S. history, from sniping British commanders during the Revolutionary War to Riverine incursions in Vietnam to the SEAL assault on Osama bin Laden’s compound in 2011.
Packed with detailed information and illustrations provided by the U.S. Army, this advanced, intensive guide to incendiary systems covers napalm, gelled gasoline, fire fudge, silver nitrate, fuse cords and more.
From simple tasks such as disassembling and maintaining your AR-15 to complex projects like rebarreling or converting your AR to a piston design, here is an essential guide to today’s hottest-selling rifle.
This handgun essential includes information about choosing the best gun, selecting ammunition, shooting effectively, and taking care of your investment, and features tables, illustrations, ballistics charts, and more.
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