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    Best FPS Games of the 2010s

    A Decade of COD, FallOut, and Battle Royal

    The 2010s were an interesting time for video games. The beginning of the decade saw the end of the Xbox 360/PlayStation 3 era, as both the Xbox One and PlayStation 4 launched in 2013. Nintendo waited until 2017 to release their newest system, the Nintendo Switch, which quickly took the gaming world by storm. As […] More

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    The Most Influential Artillery Cannons

    If there’s one piece of weaponry that can truly devastate cities, vehicles, and fortified positions on the battlefield, it’s the artillery cannon. From the old cannons used in the 1700s and 1800s to the modern day howitzers, artillery weapons are designed to launch munitions to ranges far beyond those of military small arms and cause […] More

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    Top Veteran Non-Profit Foundations

    Did you know that there are nearly fifty thousand veteran and military-related non-profit foundations in the United States today? Of course, out of those near fifty thousand, you probably don’t know which ones are worth giving your money to. You need to know which ones are legitimate, especially since so many are unfortunate scams and […] More

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    Springfield M1A Review

    Smaller, Lighter = Stronger?

    This rifle is the grandchild of the M1 Garand, the rifle that won WWI. Its father, the M14, had a short but notable service period in the US Military from 1959 to 1970. It was replaced by the M16 service rifle, a lighter weapon with a smaller cartridge. The M14 proved highly reliable during the […] More

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    Which Badass Film?

    Known as the American Sniper for becoming one of the most lethal snipers in American history, Chris Kyle serves four tours of duty in Iraq. Kyle devoted his life after deployment to helping other veterans cope with the tolls serving their country took on them. Outnumbered and outgunned, Marcus Luttrell and his Navy SEAL team […] More

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    Behind Enemy Lines or Rescue Dawn?

    In Behind Enemy Lines, Owen Wilson plays an American naval flight officer who discoverers a Bosnian genocide after being shot down. Rescue Dawn depicts the horrors that were had during the Vietnam War. From torture and escape to trying to survive the jungle of Vietnam, there is little doubt about the sacrifices made by all […] More

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    Fight Terrorism or the Cartel?

    Black Hawk Down is a 2001 depiction of the U.S. military’s 1993 Mogadishu raid. While trying to deploy supplies and soldiers via air drop, heavy enemy fire bring down two helicopters upending the entire mission. In Sicario, follow the store of an FBI agent who finds himself compromised as he is enlisted by a talk […] More

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    Which Take Against Hitler?

    Enter two of the best movies to come out in the late 2000s, certainly among the top WWII films. Defiance centers around the Polish Bielski brothers and the group of Jews they helped to rescue during the early 1940s. Valkyrie is the story of Colonel Claus con Stauffenberg and his role in the 20 July […] More

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    By Land, Air, or Sea?

    As the highest grossing WWII film to date, Dunkirk resonated with millions around the world as it showed the Dunkirk evacuation of World War II. Fury brings to light the often overshadowed fact that the US suffered incredibly high casualty rates among their tank crews in the last days of WWII. More

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    Real Life Meets Twisted Humor

    For some, Full Metal Jackets offers a comedic yet realistic reminder of what it was like to endure the hell of basic training. True to style, Quentin Tarantino delivers Inglorious Bastards with a dark twist of humor with a group of Jewish resistance carrying out violent acts against the Nazis. Neither are what you would […] More

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