4 Reasons Why You Should Buy Veteran Embroidered Clothing

The United States Armed Forces has proudly served with distinction for the past 244 years. In these past centuries, too many have lost both life and limb in service to their country, paying the ultimate price for the freedom of the American people. Veteran embroidered clothing is a way for people to show their support… Read More

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Guide in Finding the Perfect Shooting Gloves You Need

One of the greatest aspects of shooting is not the shooting itself, but the ritual connected to it. Taking your gun to the range, suiting up for a day of shooting and then taking that day to become more in tune with how your gun shoots is essential for anyone who wants to consider themselves… Read More

Can Civilians get into Trouble for Wearing Military Uniform?

The simple answer is, generally, no. While there is no general offence of impersonating a member of the Armed Forces, and many actors do so in theatre and films. It is similarly not wrong for a civilian to wear uniform or former military clothing for their own preference or entertainment, as long as they are… Read More

Saluting & Dying…

“If you can’t get them to salute when they should salute and wear the clothes you tell them to wear, how are you going to get them to die for their country?” George S. Patton Jr (1885 to 1945) George Smith Patton Junior was a US Army officer. He was an outstanding practitioner of mobile… Read More

Does Wearing Combat Clothing & Backpack Result in Shooting Performance Degradation?

Research Paper Title Effect of carrying different military equipment during a fatigue test on shooting performance. Background This study investigated the effect of a 3-km walking test (3kWT) carrying different military equipment on shooting performance, rating of perceived exertion (RPE), heart rate (HR), and test time. Methods The relative combat wear and backpack weight (as… Read More

Does the UK Military Use Permethrin in Military Clothing?

The UK Armed Forces use the multi-terrain pattern (MTP) combat clothing designed to blend with a range of environments such as woodland, jungle, compounds, crops, grassland and arid stone. MTP cloth used to make combat jackets, trousers and under body armour combat shirts for use in warm/hot weather conditions is treated with Permethrin insecticide. Reference FOI 2018/00437… Read More

Military Uniforms & Simplicity…

“The side with the simplest uniforms wins.” Major Mark F. Cancian (USMC Colonel, Retired). Colonel Cancian spent over three decades in the US Marine Corps, active and reserve, serving as an infantry, artillery, and civil affairs officer and on overseas tours in Vietnam, Desert Storm, and Iraq (twice). A prolific author, he has published over 40… Read More