Trevor Loudon’s New Book!
Category Archives: Gulf War I
Well, I realize that is not politics (I needed a break) … sometimes I just like to mix things up a bit here at TRP. Anyone who knows me, knows I just love the M-14 rifle. The M-14 replaced the … Continue reading
“On November 10, 1775, the Continental Congress approved the resolution to establish two battalions of Marines able to fight for independence at sea and on shore. This date marks the official formation of the Continental Marines.” 1st Commandant: Major Samuel … Continue reading
On this Memorial Day weekend we honor those that gave the ultimate sacrifice.
An amazing scaled down working model of a .50 Cal. belt-fed machine gun that fires .22 cal. rounds—based on the famous M2 “Ma Deuce” .50 caliber machine gun employed by the U.S. military with devastating effect for the past eighty-plus … Continue reading