The F-117A Stealth Fighter defies radar detection.
Samurai swords are known for their finely honed blades and precision engineering.
The Springfield Rifle by the Union Army heralded the end of the open battles of the American Civil War.
Dissecting the aircraft carriers and naval attacks involved in the bombing of Pearl Harbor.
The British Hawker Hurricane is the first fighter to exceed 300 mph.
Twenty Harriers bring British victory over Argentina's air force.
A look at how the longbow changed the face of warfare and helped the English win the Battle of Agincourt.
The bayonet is the mainstay of Highland regiments in spreading the Empire.
Beginning in March 1944, the P-51 Mustang is a familiar sight in German skies.
The story of the Bell Huey helicopter, which carried troops deep into the jungle, evacuated the wounded, provided air support, and even carried journalists to the front lines in Vietnam.
The story of the Soviet T34 tank, the manufacture of which heralded the largest industrial migration in history.
Japanese use Samurai swords in World War II; bayonets are used in the Falkland War.
The British used sonar on frigates to detect submarines.
The mass-produced Springfield rifle is crucial to Union troops at Gettysburg.
The world's sharpest and strongest blade; how archers had a devastating impact on the outcome of the Battle of Agincourt.
The F-117A Stealth Fighter defies radar detection; the Bell "Huey" helicopter in Vietnam.
For centuries the bayonet is used in close combat; the mass-produced Springfield rifle is crucial to the Union at Gettysburg.
The British Hawker Hurricane is the first fighter to exceed 300 mph; the P-51 Mustang extends bombing radius.
Aircraft carriers at the Battle of Midway; the Royal Navy battles German U-boats.
In the skies over Vietnam, the versatile "Huey" helicopter holds promise for victory; the British Harrier jet is finally utilized in the Falklands.
Invading Nazi panzer divisions encounter the Russian T-34 tank; American P-51 Mustangs take to the air to protect the bombers.
The longbow wins the 1415 Battle of Agincourt for the English; for over 200 years the bayonet has been used in close combat.