TONIGHT WE FLY
There was a night bomber regiment in World War Two composed entirely of women. Natural-born Soviet airwomen.
These 200 women and girls, flying outdated biplanes from open fields near the front lines, attacked the invading German forces every night for 1,100 consecutive nights. When they ran out of bombs they dropped... [click here for more]
TWENTY-FOUR ACTION MOVIES EXPLODERobin D. Laws, game designer by day, cinema super-enthusiast by night, sets his analytic laser sights on action and thrills in a collection of essays sure to supercharge your tabletop roleplaying experience.
As the countdown ticks and the bullets fly, Robin takes you inside the workings of 24 action movies, from the stone... [click here for more]
Evil exists. I’ve seen evil. Not your garden variety, child molester or axe murderer kind of evil. I’ve seen real evil as its jaws chewed up an infant, swallowing the large chunks whole. I watched in horror as evil ate the soul of my partner.The nightmares are real. Darkness exists. And I and a handful of people stand in the gap, protecting humanity from an evil... [click here for more]
The U.S. Army is the best-equipped force in military history, from the simple bayonet to multi-million-dollar technological marvels like the M1 Abrams tank and Apache Longbow helicopter.
This We'll Defend outlines the most important weapons and equipment the Army currently uses. All facts, figures and images in this ebook are direct from publicly available Army sources, edited and annotated... [click here for more]
In 1982, the average Briton didn't know the Falkland Islands existed, let alone their status as a disputed British territory just off the coast of Argentina. That changed when the Argentinians invaded the islands and overwhelmed the small defending force. Both nations claimed the islands were theirs, but now Argentina thought the British would give them up without a fight.
They were wrong.
Britain... [click here for more]
Reno returned to the Central African country against his better judgement. He didn't do it for money, he did it for his friend. Deng wanted to return home, and the only way to make that happen was to make peace with Major General David Alor. And the price Deng would pay for that peace would be another man's life. They had taken so many in the war, what was one more? But this wasn't war.
Not yet.... [click here for more]