Latest weapons:

Apache AH-64 attack helicopterIts 30mm M230 Chain gun can quickly take care of any threat. It can also carry a mixture of AGM-114 Hellfire and Hydra 70 rocket pods on four hardpoints mounted on its stub-wing pylons.
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RBS 70 air defense missileDesigned by Sweden and used all over the world since 1977. This so called Man Portable air defense system has been made for harsh environments where every shot matters.

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| History of warfare

Written history only spans about 6,000 years, but during that time we know that warfare and conflict has been a major part of human existence throughout that time and for ages before.

Many people believe that war has been in existence since the beginning of humanity. Others believe that peaceful societies have existed for millennia, but the fact is at least 90% of known societies, at least in recorded history, have engaged in some type of warfare at least occasionally.
Some of these societies have found pretty much constantly with others. Out of this seemingly natural desire humans have to fight have come many technological marvels. The industrial revolution brought about some of the greatest inventions in the history of mankind, and many of those were directly related to warfare.

In fact, many of the items we use in everyday life were originally invented for military purposes.
Military technology has evolved from rudimentary weapons such as spears and crude hatchets, to more complex items like the bow and arrow and the sword, and finally up to today’s advanced military weaponry that makes use of night vision and laser-guided technology.




Thompson submachine gun
F2000 rifle

Perhaps no weapon in the history of mankind was more advanced for its time than the Thompson submachine gun, also known as the “Tommy Gun”. Designed by General John T. Thompson sometime between 1917 and 1919, the Thompson submachine gun was invented to sweep out trenches that enemies would hide in, waiting to ambush troops. This purpose gave it another nickname, the “Trench Broom”.

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