“Could the next Pearl Harbor attack take place in cyberspace? It’s not a far-fetched idea, considering recent events.”
LAST WEEK, U.S. president Barrack Obama vowed to retaliate against Russia following revelations from America’s intelligence community that Putin regime hackers influenced the 2016 presidential election.
“Dunkirk isn’t the only ‘miraculous’ evacuation to be found in the annals of military history. There have been others.”
MHN’s TWITTER FEED was buzzing last week following the release of the new trailer for the upcoming World War Two epic
“I set down doing about 85 or 90 mph on wet grass with no brakes and the hedgerows were coming up pretty damn fast.”
OF THE 17,000 American airborne troops to touch down in Normandy on D-Day, nearly 4,000 arrived by
“After they had been stripped, the bodies were either burned, buried, or left in the open to decompose, a process aided by vultures, wolves and other scavengers.”
By Shannon Selin
SOMEWHERE IN THE range of 3.5 million to 6 million people
YOU’VE PROBABLY NEVER heard the name James Montgomery Flagg, but it’s a safe bet that you know his most famous artistic creation rather well.
Shortly after America’s declaration of war against Germany in 1917, the 40-year-old veteran magazine illustrator from Pelham Manor, New York composed
“Their gallant conduct is merely alluded to rather than discussed in detail by both naval historians and maritime novelists. The Royal Navy furnishes the stars and The Royal Marines supply the extras.”
By John Danielski
THE ROYAL MARINES were the