Latest "machine gun" stories
Engineers at the U.S. Army Research Laboratory at Aberdeen Proving Ground, Maryland, are toying with ways to lighten troops’ loads in 21st century combat.
The Distinguished Service Cross was awarded to a former soldier who had single-handedly charged an enemy machine gun nest .
Kelley refused to allow his position to be captured by the enemy, “and ignoring his own wounds, murderously engaged the enemy until they broke contact.”
By Shawn Snow
The Army’s plan for a new squad automatic rifle will bring a type of ammunition combination, from bullet to casing, that’s never seen the battlefield.
By Todd South