Christopher (Moon) Mullins

A former paratrooper with service in the 82nd Airborne Division, Long Range Recon (F Co 51st Inf), and 5th Special Forces Comms Support (B-Team), Christopher (Moon) Mullins retired from the US Army in 2000 after 20 years. He holds an Associate's Degree from Georgia Military College as well as Bachelor's and Master's Degrees in IT from Kaplan University. Moon's first book, published in 2016 was book about his father's service in World War II titled, Lucky Mullins, available on Amazon.com. He is the editor for ARGunners Online Magazine, working with Casemate Publishing, Pen and Sword, Osprey, Oxford Press, and independent publishers as well. Moon recently published his third book, The History of the 82nd Signal Battalion in WWI and WWII. Chris is married to Bhavna Mullins and they make their home in Buford, Georgia, USA.

Classic Series SIG Sauer Pistols

Article by: Nick Jacobellis As you will read in a number of my articles, during my law enforcement career, I was fortunate to work for agencies that allowed varying degrees of flexibility, when it came to agency firearms polities. This was especially the case, when I served as a U.S. Customs Service Patrol Officer, Air …

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Review: Bailout over North Africa

Publisher’s Summary: Anyone interested in WWII Airborne Operations will want to read this book. The fact that William Yarborough wrote it should sell it alone. He was one of the founding fathers of the U.S. Airborne and Special Forces and he was there from the very beginning. Not many people know about the 509th Parachute …

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Warship Builders and the Liberty Factory

Warship Builders – An Industrial History of U.S. Naval Ship Building, 1922-1945, by Thomas Heinrich (Naval Institute Press, 2021, 346pp, $29). Liberty Factory – The Untold Story of Henry Kaiser’s Oregon Shipyards, By by Peter J Marsh (Seaforth Publishing, 2021, 256PP, $40). Reviews by Don DeNevi Publisher’s Summary: Warship Builders is the first scholarly study …

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The Springfield model 1903 variants and the M1 Garand

Article by: Nick Jacobellis The bolt action Springfield Rifle Model 1903, the M1903 Modified, the M1903A3 and the M1903A4 were chambered in 30.06 caliber and first saw combat during the Punitive Expedition into Mexico, in World War 1, in the Banana Wars, as well as in World War II. The U.S. military service rifle that …

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Review: Curtiss Design 75 Hawk P-36 and International Derivatives

Review by: Martin Koenigsberg Just finished my 43rd Book Review of the Year!! Summary: A very complete look at the Curtiss P-36, one of the seminal American Aircraft of the WWII Era. Served in many Air Forces and brought many new features to the Pre War Aircraft Industry. Each airframe is traced and discussed. This …

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The Saga of Q-111 “Luzon” – The Second Filipino Motor Torpedo Boat that served in Three Navies.

Article by Commander Mark R Condeno (Philippine Navy)    On June 1939, the second Filipino Q-Boat arrived in Manila and was named “LUZON” after one of the three Island groups of the country and was given hull number Q-111, she is 10 feet longer than Q-112 and has a cruising speed of 41 knots with …

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