"Unloaded guns kill"
It is intended to draw attention to the casual handling of firearms, of any type, which must always be considered loaded, and therefore lethal. Even when you don't...
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The military hospital and the Polish cemetery of Casamassima
Our journey continues to rediscover symbolic places of the Second World War. The Polish cemetery of Casamassima (in Polish polski cmentarz wojenny w Casamassima) is...
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From the pylon to Bluetooth: the evolution of the radio-telephone in the car
On many occasions we have seen how the most revolutionary inventions, before entering civilian use, were used by the "defense" for military purposes. The habit...
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The right man in charge
We have seen how the concept of teamwork must be based on 4 essential pillars. Now we need to understand the absolute value of having the right man in charge....
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The Polish military cemetery of Montecassino
During World War II, Polish soldiers played a significant role in the Battle of Monte Cassino, which was a series of four Allied offensives...
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A clear and present danger: Houthi mines, “floating death”
If it is true that tactics are used to win battles and strategy to win wars, the most strategic naval weapon always appears to be the old but always cost-...
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The 4 pillars of teamwork
The Game Theory is the most used analysis and forecasting tool (military, geopolitical, business) in the world, and allows you to simulate conflict and/or crisis situations in...
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The situation in the southern Red Sea is deteriorating… what to expect?
What's happening in the Red Sea? In reality this question is not correct, we should ask ourselves why we have arrived at this situation. As we have reported several times the...
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"Precision Guided Firearm": beyond the (human) shooting horizon
Mosul (northern Iraq), 23 June 2017: a Canadian special forces sniper team hits a militiaman from the ...
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Association of black military women intervenes in favor of "affirmative action" in the US Military Academies
Recently, the National Association of Black Military Women (NABMW), an organization representing women…
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The Houthi attack on Strinda and the hypothesis of maritime "regionalization" of the Gaza war
On Monday night the Norwegian cargo ship Strinda was hit by an anti-ship cruise missile launched from the territory...
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Ideas for Defense: the glorious ancestors of automotive innovations
At the debut of a new vehicle they are often launched as real characteristic innovations which in reality ...
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The 101st Airborne tests the new cal. 6.8x43
The "Long March" to give a caliber to the new individual and team weapons of the US infantry and Marines (and...
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B-21 Raider (“Raider”): the US $700 million spearhead
The B-21 Raider stealth bomber will begin to replace the B-1 B Lancer and B-2 Spirit in strategic deterrence...
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Sergeant Hay makes history as the US Army's "first active-duty female sniper"
U.S. Army Sergeant Maciel Hay, scout of the 1st Squadron, 91st Cavalry Regiment (1-91 CAV...
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Hamas does not want to release witnesses of its torture
In recent days, IDF reservist Shari Mendes spoke at a United Nations event in New York from…
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Reducing the sound of a shot: each weapon "has its own voice"
(Continue) Let's move on to rifles (bolt action or semi-automatic). I remember that, with some exceptions, in Italy...
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Reduce the sound of a gunshot (forgetting about movies)
Introduction: in Italy, very recent and emergency exemptions for night hunting of wild boars have been removed, building and...
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The (theoretical) failure of the Ukrainian counteroffensive
The Ukrainian summer-autumn counteroffensive failed due to a multiple series of factors, both military and tactical...
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Is there a future for fighting femicide? Interview with the lawyer Antonio Lascala (Gens Nova)
“In this case it is clear that on a psychological level the victim suffers a situation of instability, in suffering he is afraid...
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