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  • The Multiple Cradle Launcher is Stupid

      By Kevin Wilson One of the many upsides to the community of writers that produces content for The Rhino Den and Unapologetically American is that we have a diverse array...

  • Army XM17 Modular Handgun System – Worth the Wait?

      By LTC Craig Grosenheider (USA, Retired) After years of delay in developing a strategy to field a new sidearm, the Army Acquisition Executive and the Project Manager – Soldier Weapons...

  • Iron Sharpens Iron

      By RU Rob For any military officer, staff work sucks. They like to lead, not get stuck behind a desk on a thankless Battalion, Brigade, Division, or Joint staff. But...

  • Range 15: A Review

      By Kevin Wilson Full Disclosure: Both Unapologetically American and The Rhino Den are owned by Ranger Up, and while I don’t have anything to do with Article 15, I would...

  • Youngblood

      By Kelly Crigger Book Review – Youngblood by Matt Gallagher   Matt Gallagher first caught my attention with a line from his first book, Kaboom, Embracing the Suck in a...

  • Marines go Sci-Fi

      By Kevin Wilson The Marine Corps Times recently reported that the Marine Corps is teaming up three prominent science fiction authors with 17 service members in possession of dangerous contraband...

  • Ranger Up’s 2015 Gift Guide — The Goods

    Here we go with the second part of our 2015 Holiday Gift Guide.  This time we focus on the fun stuff. KOTA Long Boards If you were like me, and grew...

  • The Return: A Field Manual for Life After Combat

    NOTE: We are extremely excited to announce that Steven Pressfield’s Black Irish Books will be giving away 200 free copies of The Return! All you have to do is head here, load...

  • Jaeger: At War with Denmark’s Elite Special Forces

    We are roaring along at 250 kilometres an hour, about five metres above ground level in the Iraqi desert. I am sitting on the outermost seat in the transport helicopter, feeling...

  • Have You Been Vetted?

      By Lana Duffy There’s a new show trying to break out these days, and it’s called Vetted. On the heels of the short run of Enlisted, which we in the...

  • On Assimilation: A Ranger’s Return From War

    Some wars don’t end, some scars don’t heal and some bonds can’t be broken. Former U.S. Army Ranger Medic, Leo Jenkins, picks up where he left off with his best selling...

  • Last Resort Blades

      By J.E. McCollough You can buy a nice knife anywhere. Any mall has a knife shop where you can get anything from Swiss Army knives to Conan the Barbarian swords....

  • War Stories – A Review

      By Pablo James During times of war, we have often seen elements of war and combat enter the realm of fiction writing. Typically, there are those veterans who weave elements...

  • Fightnomics Review

      By RU Twisted “How do knockouts really happen and who scores them the most?” “What Tale of the Tape ‘advantage’ is actually a disadvantage?” “How does the Southpaw Advantage really...

  • War Stories and Free Beer

    War Stories and Free Beer is a two hour event in which four veterans will each share a story from their deployment(s), along with their personal photographs. Previous topics have ranged...

  • Go Ye Forth, and Sin Some More

      By Grin and Barrett You know the routine – Wake up early, get to work. Your day is a mixture of PT, busting your ass, and dealing with issues that...

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