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In today's blog post, Chis McNab, author of Weapons of the US Special Operations Command, recounts his and SOCOM operators' experiences using firearms and introduces the weapons used in warfare. Continue Reading

Somme 100: Weapons of the Somme

In Military History, Featured
One hundred years ago today one of the bloodiest battles in history began, with French, British and Commonwealth troops charging across No Man's Land to attack the Germans. In this blog we look at some of the weapons used in the fierce fighting as the armies looked to break the bloody stalemate of the Somme...Continue Reading
We continue our retrospective look at the hits, surprises and the odd miss from our 2014 series books today - following on from this blog which looked at the first half of our series. This post looks at Elite, Men-at-Arms, New Vanguard, Raid, Warrior and Weapon titles.Continue Reading

5 Weapons from the Napoleonic Wars

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Waterloo Week has come to a close. We tried not to go too overboard, and hope you enjoyed the Twitter chronology, background and the other bits and bobs we put together. To finish our celebrations of Waterloo here are 5 weapons from the Napoleonic Wars...Continue Reading

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