10 Weird Siege Weapons And Tactics From History

10 Weird Siege Weapons And Tactics From History

For most of the history of warfare, defensive technology was far in advance of offensive weapons. A stout wall was enough to keep most enemy armies out of your cities and strongholds. This mismatch means that the history of war...
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10 Alleged Secret Weapons Of The US Military

10 Alleged Secret Weapons Of The US Military

The art of war has evolved dramatically with the advent of contemporary technologies. One thing about war, however, hasn’t changed. To win, it is still essential to keep the true strength of your forces and the extent of your arsenal...
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10 Everyday Things That Double As Deadly Weapons

10 Everyday Things That Double As Deadly Weapons

Facts Oliver TaylorAugust 27, 2017 Look in your cupboard. What do see? What about that sharply dressed man you passed in the street? Your answers to the previous questions probably weren’t, “An armory,” and, “A heavily armed maniac.” Warfare and...
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Top 10 Weapons That Sounded Better On Paper

Top 10 Weapons That Sounded Better On Paper

Technology Mike LawrenceAugust 3, 2017 Weapons development occasionally takes a turn to the wacky when designers reach a little too far in their endless search for new and more efficient ways to war. Nonlethal weapons can prove an even greater...
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10 Ridiculously Expensive Weapons Canceled Or Never Used

Technology Jonathan H. Kantor October 29, 2016 Modern weapon systems are far from inexpensive, but the costs are often forgotten once the system performs well in combat situations. When a weapon system is developed but never deployed, it tends to...
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10 Futuristic Weapons Entering The Modern Battlefield

10 Futuristic Weapons Entering The Modern Battlefield

Technology Jonathan H. Kantor October 8, 2016 People have been developing weapons since the first time someone used a rock to bash in someone else’s skull. Since then, the lethality of weaponry and defensive systems has gotten more and more...
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