7 posts with the tag Military History

Tarawa: How an Intelligence Failure Led to the Underwater Demolition Teams

In 1943, the Allies debated their strategy for taking back the Pacific from the Japanese.  Their strategic goal: the unconditional surrender of Jap...

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Mao’s Phases of Revolution and the War for Independence: Part III

This is my second paper for the Naval War College in which I attempt to analyze the American War for Independence through the three phases of revol...

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Mao’s Phases of Revolution and the War for Independence: Part I

This is my second paper for the Naval War College in which I attempt to analyze the American War for Independence through the three phases of revol...

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Brief History of the Airborne

For those of you that have looked into Army Special Operations Forces, you’ve certainly noticed by now that the vast majority of them are Air...

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Here’s a Little Story about Washington Crossing the Delaware

You guys seem pretty psyched about RE Factor’s new line of “modernized” art, especially the Colonial Maritime Raid Force.  Since ...

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Here’s A Look at The Tax Stamp, A Key Event to The Revolutionary War

As the birthday of our great nation approaches we wanted to take a look back at The Tax Stamp, a key event among many that led up to the Revolution...

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Where The Hell did The Word “Recondo” Come From?

Recondo (usually assumed to be a combination of the words Recon and Commando) was founded by Major General William Westmoreland in 1958 to ensure t...

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