Satellite imagery, OSINT suggests that China has a new attack sub
A new shape has emerged from the sea- and it bears the flag of the Chinese People’s Liberation Army Navy. Evidence of China’s attempt to catch up with the United States in terms of warships has taken the form of a new submarine, one which many analysts believe to... Read more
Russia Invades Eastern Ukraine, Unleashing “Shock and Awe”
The Russian military has smacked the Ukraine with a “shock and awe”-style opening blow- and much of it was captured on live feeds. Following an announcement by Russian leader Vladimir Putin, a “special military operation” was launched across a wide area, causing chaos and confusion in the former Soviet... Read more
Nearly 20 years later, ‘Command & Conquer: Generals’ is as prophetic as it is playable
As video games become increasingly dumbed-down in the age of so-called “pay-to-win” and “freemium gaming” schemes, many gamers -especially those itching for real-time-strategy - have been looking to the past to scratch their strategic itch. This topic has come up several times over the years in the War is... Read more
Gamer Gun: The Iconic H&K G36

The rise and fall of one of the most recognizable modern assault rifles.

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Into Harm’s Way: the world’s deepest shipwreck and her heroic last stand

Just over four miles beneath the sea, an American destroyer sits upright on the bottom of the sea. How she got there is a story worth remembering.

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Beautiful Bomb: In Defense of “The 13th Warrior”
By Andy Wolf There are some works of art that find themselves on the losing side of history, often due to poor market performance or evolving cultural values . Interestingly enough, despite their perceived failures, they are often viewed favorably within small sects of... Read more
21st Century Dunkirk: The story of how air traffic controllers used social media DMs to help rescue friends trapped in Afghanistan

Amidst the chaos of the American withdrawal from Afghanistan, it appears that a handful of friends and air traffic controllers from around the world managed to assist in closing the information gap between circling aircraft and air traffic controllers in Kabul- using a relay chain of social media messages.

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SCAR Fox: A look into the battle-tested SwampFox Arrowhead LPVO
In a market with established players and a “you get what you pay for” mindset, breaking into the weapons optics industry can be a hard thing to do. Be it the venerable and recognizable name brands that have secured military contracts to imported budget brands barely fit for airsoft,... Read more
Bankrupt Remington gets $65m offer for ammo business- and the bidder might surprise you
As long-time firearms and ammunition manufacturer Remington begins to split itself apart amidst what may be its final bankruptcy, a new -albeit familiar- challenger may have stepped up to purchase the munitions side of the house. Columbia, SC-based private equity firm JJE Capital Holdings LLC recently submitted a $65... Read more
Taiwan denies shooting down Chinese fighter aircraft
Taiwan is denying claims that it shot down a Chinese PLA Air Force plane this week, claiming that all reports to the contrary are erroneous. “The Air Force Command has refuted reports of shooting down Su-35. The information is false and completely untrue. The service strongly condemns this malicious... Read more

Andy Wolf

Andy Wolf is a Kentuckessee native who has spent over 1/3 of his life overseas in search of combat, riches and adventure- accruing over a decade of experience in military, private security, language, small arms training, journalism and corporate communications fields. Mr. Wolf holds a Bachelor's of Science from Tennessee's Austin Peay State University.