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 Teniente) November 15, 2014

This video gives an overview and history lesson of what the Imperial Japanese military would use. All weapons (the Arisaka rifles, Nambu
pistol, bayonets, etc) and equipment are all real and authentic.read more

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Lack of information is a most fertile source of ex- aggeration, distortion, and legend which, if unrcfuted, eventually assume the stature of accepted fact. For years the Japanese were taken lightly as military antagonists, and the confidence of the Western World in its disdainful appraisal of...read more

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The expressions "esprit de corps," "morale," "spiritedoutfit," "crack unit," and "elite troops" all bear witnessto the fact that there is more to an armed force thanorganization, equipment, and tactics. A good outfitpossesses this additional, though intangible, asset. Allarmies make great...read more

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 HQ Batallón) November 12, 2014

This 1960 documentary presents the US military operations in the Pacific during World War 2 against the Japanese, from Pearl Harbor and loss of the Philippines to the B-29 bases constructed on Saipan (1941-1943).

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 Teniente) November 10, 2014

The I-400-class submarine Imperial Japanese Navy submarines were the largest submarines of World War II and remained the largest ever built until the construction of nuclear ballistic missile submarines in the 1960s. The IJN called this type of submarine Sentoku type submarine. The type name,...read more

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The U.S. Army in 1940 was in the early stages of developing an airborne capability to exploit the vertical envelopment concept. That concept became reality in 1942 with the first airborne operation in North Africa. Although the first parachute drop contributed virtually nothing to the overall...read more

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