No one knows how or when exactly, but The Duke survived a Soviet hit squad when Joseph Stalin labeled him the biggest threat to global Communism.
Buy a few beers or earn their trust by shouting "O-H," and the locals may tell you about the alien bodies, ghosts, and secret tunnels the Air Force hides.
The 70s fad didn't make its debut on a famous red carpet or in an elegant fashion show — it's the invention of the U.S. Navy. And it's awesome.
On the surface, everything about this next-generation rifle made it seem like the ideal replacement for the US Army's M-16s and M4 carbines.
It's called a feint. In a nutshell, a military feint is a tactic employed in order to deceive the other side.
One of the quickest ways to make fun of Marines is to call them dumb.
With the use of a massive ship and a cover story involving billionaire Howard Hughes, the CIA pulled off one of the most epic heists of the Cold War during the 1970s.
When most people think of World War II, they probably think of soldiers fighting in Europe or Marines island-hopping in the Pacific.
Unless you are a member of special ops, most U.S. military members these days are not allowed to rock a beard.