The Digital Video and Imagery Distribution System in Atlanta.
The Polaris MV; the Textron M1117; the M4 carbine; the Beretta M9.
P-51s and P-47s from the Tennessee Museum of Aviation's collection; gear of the World War II Marines; the Marine Corps' V-22 Osprey tilt-rotor.
Host R. Lee Ermey's favorite military vehicles.
Host R. Lee Ermey's favorite weapons and biggest explosions.
San Diego's Strategic Operations Training Center; guns and gear used by the Red Coats used against American rebels in the War of Independence.
On location in Fort Knox, Ky.; recon-officer training course; Apache attack helicopter; profile of Gen. George S. Patton.
Hurlburt Field Air Force Base in Florida; Air Force Special Operations; training to detect car bombs and explosives; AC-130 heavily armed plane.
The National Museum of the United States Air Force at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base near Dayton, Ohio.
The M-8 armored car, a World War II scout car; the Mauser C-96 pistol; war dogs.
The military's Pinnacle body armor; the Punitive Expedition against Mexico; the M-274 mechanical mule.
Patriotic events on the USS Intrepid celebrate the 60th anniversary of the U.S. victory over Japan; the war in the Pacific.
Host R. Lee Ermey travels to Minot Air Force Base in North Dakota, a home of B-52 bombers.
Knob Creek Gun Range in West Point, Ky. Host: R. Lee Ermey.
Naval base in Coronado, Calif.; beach-invasion training exercise; Colt Peacemaker; quick-draw champion.
Fort Irwin, Calif., home of the U.S. Army's National Training Center.
Crash vehicle; napalm; martial arts; the Nambu pistol; remote-control-weapon platform. Host: R. Lee Ermey.
The weapons of the 16th-century German Renaissance; Luger live-fire demonstration; the American Forces Network.
Floating low truck used for search and rescue; the Defense Language Institute; origins of the word "hooch"; raid at Cabanatuan.
Grenade launcher; Russian submachine gun; World War II Weasel; Gunny's Fabulous Flops.
Host R. Lee Ermey answers viewer questions about Operation Iraqi Freedom and desert warfare.
Benelli M4 shotgun; tribute to Sergeant 1st Class Paul Smith; battle of Ia Drang; ME-163 Komet fighter-plane; the Gunny gets a Porsche.
Abrams M1-A1 tank; Gen. Creighton Abrams profile; battles of Kasserine Pass and El Guttar; tribute to reporter Ernie Pyle; full-body armor.
Taking a B-2 Stealth Bomber on a mock bomb-run; atomic bomb missions of World War II.
Amphibious assault fleet; Landing Craft Utility; Landing Amphibious Assault Carrier; ship repair; Rosie the Riveter; Battle of the Coral Sea; Operation Desert Storm.
Marines, Navy Corpsmen and Coast Guard sailors tell of their participation in the Battle of Iwo Jima.
Guns and gear of the Civil War, ranging from rifles to artillery; cooking up salt pork and hardtack; Zouave bayonet training.
Marine Corps Training Command Center; Military Operations on Urban Terrain; Expeditionary Fighting Vehicle; Battle of Belleau Wood.
World War II era victory-ship; Merchant Marine and Navy Armed Guard; fully-armed robot warrior; Navajo Code Talkers.
Touring the Pentagon, the massive nerve center of U.S. military operations.
The role of the Marine Corps in Afghanistan; gathering intelligence and promoting goodwill among Afghans; Ch-53 Super Stallion; Cobra attack helicopter; MTVR; Medical Corpsmen.
The super-secret facilities of NORAD and the Cheyenne Mountain Operations Center. Host: R. Lee Ermey.
A 2,000-year-old spear-thrower; WWI-era automatic weapon; getting armor protection for thin-skinned Humvees; turning a vehicle into an armored transport; first single-wing aircraft.
History of the USO; athletes in the military; private beaches and ski resorts for military personnel.
Civil War Zouaves; World War II bayonet charge; the Northrop YB-35.
Rapid Fielding Initiative; German army's anti-tank crews; anti-anti-tank weapons; blimps; German "cloud car" spy basket.
Military rifle XM8; Civil War-era repeating rifle; Vietnam War gunship; people sniffer; Small Diameter Bomb; German heavy bomber.
Military sidearms; Glock handguns; German MG42; weapons and gear of the British commandos of World War II; troop convoy protection.
Weapons of the War of 1812; camp life at historic Fort Miegs; siege at Fort McHenry; USS Constitution.
Javelin anti-tank missile; Tankgewehr 1918; P-3 Orion aircraft; sub-hunting planes of World War II; weapons, gear and tactics used by the Studies and Observations Group in the Vietnam War.
Silencers; flashbang grenade; weapons and gear of Japanese soldiers of World War II; U.S. Coast Guard HITRON teams; CH-54 Skycrane.
Marine Corps marksmen; coast artillery of World War II; BAT missile; Maritime Safety and Security Teams; first plane to cross the Atlantic.
Gear of the French Musketeers; fighter planes of World War II; High Altitude Rescue Team; XR-8 Syncopter.
The Navy Marine Mammals program; the chain of evacuation in World War II; WC54 ambulance; the Desert Ducks.
MP5; Marine Corps paratroopers of World War II; photograph of the flag raisers at Iwo Jima; helmet targeting-systems.
Spanish-American War rifle; remembering the Maine; SR-71 Blackbird; the U-2 spy plane; training for extreme battlefield conditions; the Battle of Stalingrad.
On location in Dover, England and Normandy, France, Ermey focuses on the technology deployed on D-Day.
WWII light machine-gun; Tankette; Operation Robin Sage; handling pack beasts; remote-controlled vehicle; Weary Willy.
The Navy's fastest boat; Revolutionary War gunboat; German paratrooper gear and plane; Battle Taxi; ration boxes.
Nuclear-attack submarine: diving, steering and sonar; torpedoes and Tomahawk missiles; reactor; chow.
Navy SEALs; Navy combat dive program; first cruise missile; A-10 Thunderbolt attack aircraft; Rommel's Afrika Korps; gasoline-storage container.
Dragster race; Uncle Sam recruitment poster; tank destroyers; elephant gun; dive bomber scream; America's attempt to put a jet fighter on water skis.
Blackhawk helicopter; America's First Special Service Force; Johnson Rifle; Cold War superjets; the first U.S. operational jet.
Army heavy-support vehicles; recovery vehicle; Ranger training; all-purpose lightweight individual carriers; Liberty and Victory ships; term "deep six."
Medieval longbows; testing weapons and equipment; World War I Chauchat machine gun; restored P-51 Mustang; World War II flight jacket.
Submachine guns; high-tech aerial command and control centers; fire support bases; slang term "Charlie."
The USS Preble, a guided missile destroyer; World War I aircraft and aces; Marine anti-terrorism teams.
Blimp; aerial reconnaissance during the U.S. Civil War; military shot guns; grapeshot revolver; Navy Graveyard; G.I. jargon: "poop."
Lee jumps with the Golden Knights; history of the U.S. Air Force; Flying Tigers; blood chit; AC-130U Spooky gunship; P-61 Black Widow.
America's troops celebrate the holiday season under very trying conditions.
R. Lee Ermey gets together with Navy SEALs to demonstrate their weapons; examine the history of the Navy's fierce frogmen; and goes back to 1918 to view the world's first cruise missile.
The U.S. Marines' AH-1W Super Cobra attack helicopter; Sidewinder missile; C-54 Skymaster transport plane; military police.
Avenger Air Defense System; Stinger and Red Eye missiles; military firefighters; the Triple Nickels; Kiowa scout helicopter; "Kilroy Was Here."
F-15 Eagle; single-man vertical flight machine; howitzer firing both conventional and nuclear warheads; Army-controlled missile programs; submachine guns; measuring bullets.
Training of military pilots; flak; the Doolittle Raid; Sleeping Beauty submarine; radios; foxhole radio.
World War II M2A2 half-track; Snow Train; strange weapons used by the Allies in World War II; Navy hydrofoils; Air Force combat controllers; Marine Corps gunnery sergeants.
Anti-personnel mine; 16th-century Scottish sword; early nuclear-powered submarine; how naval vessels resupply at sea; the Patriot missile; cadence songs.
Armored scout cars; water-cooled machine guns; sleeping bag; sleeping on the battlefield; German U-boats; Navy ship invisible to radar.
Snipers; hand signals; Vietnam's Ho Chi Minh Trail; motorcycles; tanks; the C-119 Flying Boxcar. Host: R. Lee Ermey.
Rifle; blowgun; floating concrete caissons bridge the English Channel; weapons of the French resistance; improvements in front-line medical care; origins of the word "berserk."
Military rifles in Vietnam; booby traps; the Ravens; the Wild Weasels; river-patrol boats; the Green Berets.
Rocket-propelled artillery; artillery gun that fires the largest caliber shell; tents; tomahawks; slings.
M-1 Garand rifle; German MP-44, the world's first assault rifle; jet-assisted takeoff; the Army's Golden Knights parachute team.
Super Stallion helicopter; Flying Banana; the Navy's "Crossing the Equator" ritual; World War II Seabees.
The newest Coast Guard vessel; carrier battle group; Sherman tank; XM-20 experimental rifle; World War II V-mail.
Experimental planes; unidentified aircraft; first combat helicopter; directing artillery fire; commando knife.
Marines' 26-ton Amphibious Assault Vehicle stays afloat; jeeps; battering rams; urban warfare; World War II bombers; pictures on World War II airplanes.
Medieval weapons; World War I Lewis gun; carrier pigeons; gliders; anti-tank missile; ejection seats.
AT-4 shoulder-mounted anti-tank rocket; bazooka; tour of "Mail Call" headquarters; Tactical Operations Center; Air Force pararescuemen; 21-gun salute.
Maneuverable artillery; musket; U.S. Navy airships; elite precision flying team; pirates; depth charges.
Deuce and a Half; Vietnam gun truck; World War II household fat; missile silos; C-17 Loadmaster; Scottish kilts.
Light Armored Vehicle; landing craft; World War I Doughboys; training troops; medieval chain mail; the military salute.
Medieval catapults; platoons, companies and divisions; the Browning automatic rifle; smart bombs; parachutes; the weapon version of the boomerang.
Simulated marksmanship training; fastest front-line combat jet and World War II tank; Greeks of ancient times use the phalanx; Civil War cavalry gear; dazzle paint.
The Armored Vehicle Launched Bridge; the Fulton Recovery System; a pilot's survival kit; the ancient Greek warship Trireme; battleship guns; grapeshot.
American Civil War rifles from both sides; the first missile fired from the deck of a sub; deep-sea and crush-proof suits; breaking down a weapon; the Bowie knife; the evolution of a hedgechopper.
Grenade launchers; machine guns; Flyer 21; shrapnel; D-Day paratroopers; jetpacks.
Grenade launchers; machine guns; Flyer 21 land-vehicle; shrapnel; jetpacks.
Possible gear for troops on tomorrow's battlefields; Marines design their new camouflage pattern; the Stryker.
The Jeep; new rocket launcher HIMAR; how and why the military hunts down hurricanes.
How a grenade works; the purpose of dog tags; what modern-day soldiers eat in the field.
The weapons of the Japanese Ninja; how flamethrowers work; what military dogs do.
The ancient Roman pilum is designed to penetrate armor; World War II army radios; how rockets were first used on the battlefield.
How fast a Revolutionary War soldier could fire a musket; jousting; how to dig a foxhole.
How to refuel a fighter jet in mid-air; how ships send messages using signal flags; what soldiers eat.
Mortar; World War II G.I.'s personal items; American Indian arrows.
Operating the LCAC; cavalry saddles, used in the Old West; how gas masks work.
Aiming Civil War artillery pieces; how night-vision technology works; how to clear a minefield.
Body armor; accuracy of a medieval crossbow; how World War I pilots shot through their propellers.
Parts of 15th-century armor; World War I infantry backpack; ingredients of a land mine.
Steering a World War II tank; Gatling gun's speed; power of the samurai sword.