A different Israeli commando unit exists for every type of mission.
Members of Russia's elite fighting force work in counterterrorist strike squads and special operations.
Foreign volunteers leave their past lives behind to fight for the glory of France.
Combat engineers use their skills to both build and destroy.
Extreme Warriors are trained to live and fight in the harshest environments known to man - exposed mountaintops, extreme altitude, sub-zero temperatures, snowstorms - these guys bring the pain in any terrain.
The amphibious troops of the British Royal Marine Commandos.
The British Special Air Service utilizes insertion behind enemy lines to combat terrorism.
The Green Berets use unconventional methods to wage war.
Members of the U.S. Army Rangers utilize cutting-edge military technology.
The history of America's airborne soldiers.
Soldiers of the Waffen-SS serve as Nazi Germany's ultimate warriors during World War II.
Tracing the history of the United States Marine Corps.
The U.S. Navy SEALs is the world's most versatile special operations force.
The history and development of tanks.
The history of fighting vehicles and armored personnel carriers.
The history of flammable weapons, from Molotov cocktails to thermobaric bombs.
Portable firepower helps small infantry units pack a powerful punch.
Battlefield traps cause both physical and psychological damage to the enemy.
The history of artillery, from catapults to cannons.
Tracing the improvements in engine power, maneuverability and weapons systems in fighter aircraft.
Tracing the history of bombers, from early aircraft to the bunker-busters of today.
Tracing the development of helicopters and other vertical take-off aircraft.
Carrying nuclear missiles of immense destructive power, torpedoes capable of wiping out entire fleets, and special forces for clandestine missions, modern subs comprise a formidable marine warfare package; tracing the submarine's ancestry.
Tracing the history of infantry weapons for the individual.
The history of armor protection, from the suits worn by medieval knights to the latest high-tech apparel.
Technological innovation has resulted in the production of rifles that can kill from a distance of 2,000 yards.