The members of the United States Army Band performed this great medley of tracks from the Foo Fighters, including grand cover versions of Times Like These, Walk, Learn to Fly, and My Hero.. The string, brass, and timpani sections add a new dimension to these rock hits.
Ready! Aim! Fire! Unless you’re launching a champagne cork, these are not typically words associated with drinking wine. But that’s not the case with this whimsical wine bottle holder, which looks like an oversize green army man. Set your bottle into the brackets, and it instantly becomes a bazooka. Made from cast polyresin.
Members of the U.S. Army Band celebrated this past May the Fourth with a great orchestral version of Ludwig Göransson’s emotive and exotic theme from The Mandalorian. The performance is filled with wonderful woods and big brass sounds, but it’s strange to see musicians playing wind instruments with masks on.
This military-inspired accessory is great for carrying small items. Its oval shape and bumpy body resemble a hand grenade, while its hanging loop looks like a pin ready to be pulled. Inside, you’ll find a zippered compartment and a place to hang your keys. You can find a similar pouch in more colors over on Amazon.
We spent a day at The Range Complex getting to know some our country’s finest, veterans of the U.S. Army’s elite Delta Force unit. We were given just a taste of how they train, and how their Tahoes and Suburbans provide the ideal transportation for their dangerous missions.
GM and the US Army created this badass concept truck for military operations. The 6.5 ft. tall truck runs quietly thanks to a hydrogen-electric 4WD drivetrain, its power pack can be removed to power field operations, and can produce clean drinking water as a by-product.