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.
Of the many accouterments on a U.S. Army uniform, nothing lets everyone know that they're in the presence of a badass like the Combat Infantryman Badge.
Monarchs issue knighthoods to those who commit great deeds of heroism, artistry, or science for their country — or you could just know the right people.
There're many ways to memorize the Army's study guide. But instead of remembering a silly acronym, think of battle drills as the stages of getting drunk.
Allotments are a good way for troops to schedule a payment directly through DFAS. But boots see it as an easy "IOU" and let Uncle Sam worry about the rest.
While agents of both organizations report directly to the Director of National Intelligence, their over all structure and mission differ vastly.
Are we the only ones who really want to hear the safety brief the Seabees are about to get about how streaking naked in fields is a terrible idea?
Viking blood ran deep inside Ivor Thord-Gray. Throughout his career, he would wear nine different uniforms in thirteen wars across five continents.
Troops don't typically get many things while they're deployed. Getting care packages is nice, but sometimes you just need personal space.
New gear designs come and go but there's only one piece of military gear that has remained virtually unchanged since WWII: the anglehead flashlight.