Sgt. Romus "R.V." Burgin and his men of Kilo Company are under fire from a hidden Japanese machine gun, which kills and wounds several of them. Resolving that the machine gun nest needs to be knocked out and knocked out fast, he walks out in the ...
That's When I Decided That He Needed Knocking Out
Private Carl Beck is trying to hold back a German onslaught during the Battle of the Bulge but is blown five feet into the air by a German stick grenade. Despite his injuries, Beck has no choice but to continue fighting, and "move out and develop ...
Blown Back By a Nazi Potato Masher
Seaman 1C Bud Comet tells his story of bracing for the impact of a Japanese torpedo that is headed straight for him and his ship. Watch to see what happened.
Here Comes the Japanese Torpedo
Because they are essentially helpless against the American tanks rolling into Baghdad, Iraqi fighter resort to suicide bombings using vehicles, which American forces pulverize with Sabot rounds.
Liquifying Suicide Bombers in Baghdad
Close air support was critical in allowing vastly outnumbered US and ROK forces to break out of the encirclement at Chosin Reservoir and retreat back toward the port of Hungnam. The introduction of napalm for the first time ever during this opera ...
Napalm and the Retreat from Chosin
Around the strategic village of Khe Sanh in Vietnam, US Special Forces soldiers get trapped in a bunker by a tank that is on top of them, and have to call in an artillery strike on their own position.
Trapped in a Bunker
While scouting a battlefield in Khe Sanh, soldiers get lucky as a well-placed artillery shell refuses to explode.
Artillery Luck in Khe Sanh
Thirty-six U.S Special forces face a Taliban insurgence 5 times their size on their home turf. When forced into a corner, they call in Apache attack helicopters.
Apaches to the Rescue at Sperwan Ghar
The biggest naval battle in history will be decided when a small group of under-armed, ill-prepared US ships find themselves in a chaotic and ferocious fight against the largest battleships ever built.
Diversion at Sea at Leyte Gulf
On April 5, 2003, Rogue Battalion conduct a thunder run in Baghdad and have a tough choice to make about one of their Abrams tanks.
Abandoning an Abrams in Baghdad
Just as a 3-sided assault by the Taliban on U.S Special Forces and Afghan National Army troops begins, an Afghan soldier is wounded by an IED and is evacuated from immediate danger in an almost comedic manner.
Vastly outnumbered, Marines must cross the Perfume River under heavy fire in order to attempt to breach the ancient Citadel where thousands of NVA soldiers lie in wait.
Crossing the Bridge to Liberate Hue
Marines in Hue develop effective techniques on the fly for clearing out rooms and buildings.
Learning Urban Warfare in Hue
With tanks and bullets intended for a different type of enemy, Marines in Iraq discover new challenges while fighting insurgents in an urban setting.
New Challenges in Urban Combat
Operation Phantom Fury was meant to be a 48 hour battle but insurgents, armed with IEDs and a stockpile of grenades resist from the moment Americans set foot in Falluja.
Introduction to Fallujah Fight