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5000 Men Dressed Up, Recreated The Battle Of Waterloo

On June 18, 1815, one of the most important battles of the modern era took place outside the sleepy Belgian village of Waterloo. Over the weekend, for the battle’s 200th anniversary, 5000 members of various military reenactment groups from all over the world converged on the original battlefield to pay tribute. » 6/23/15 7:33pm 6/23/15 7:33pm

How Video Games are Helping Returning Soldiers Cope

Like the action movies of the 1980s, mainstream video games view war through a pretty rose-tinted lens. Even when big budget military shooters make an effort with the narrative, war is regularly presented in games as a singular event: 'a war' rather than 'war'; something that parachutes you in for the opening chapter,… » 5/20/14 10:40am 5/20/14 10:40am

Even Our Best Video Games Can't Predict What Kim Jong-Un Would Do To Win a New Korean War

It is curious that there are far more games on a Soviet invasion of West Germany that never happened than a Communist assault on South Korea that actually did. It is even more curious that there haven't been more games on a Second Korean War, given how volatile the region is. » 4/30/12 7:00pm 4/30/12 7:00pm