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.
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.
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.
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 used in the War Between the States; Civil War version of the MRE; Zouaves.
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.
The Pentagon is the nerve center of America's defense.
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 Cheyenne Mountain Operations Center monitors everything that flies.
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.'
Guided Missile Destroyer; World War I aircraft and aces; Marine Corps FAST 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.
Attack helicopter; AIM Sidewinders; transport plane; military police; flintlock pistols.
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.
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.
Host R. Lee Ermey answers viewer questions about Operation Iraqi Freedom and desert warfare.
Rifles; jet-assisted take-off; freefall parachute team; barrage balloons; military jargon.
Helicopters; hazing ritual; building runways in the Pacific; the G-2; battle tank.
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; Navy airships; precision flying team; pirates; depth charges.
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.
Aiming a mortar; soldiers' personal items; 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.