Amateurs talk tactics, professionals talk logistics. In the third episode of the podcast series "Loose Rounds" Adin Dobkin and Angry Staff Officer show us why, as they discuss the incorporation of logistics into professional militaries and how, in some ways, logistics helped bring about an international trading system.
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News • Mar 19, 2018 05:00 CET
One of the tragedies recorded by military history is the fact that soldiers we more likely to die off the battlefield than on it, either due to illness, malnutrition, or poor treatment of their injuries. Today, the situation is radically different, and in the second episode of the podcast series "Loose Rounds," we learn more about one advancement that helped change that: blood transfusions.
News • Feb 19, 2018 10:47 CET
Few weapons exemplify the value of incremental improvements more than the mortar. In the first episode of the new podcast series "Loose Rounds", the show runners Adin Dobkin and Angry Staff Officer trace the development of mortars from their early beginnings in the 14th and 15th century until today's battlefields.
New podcast series to trace small technological changes that have had a big impact on the battlefield
News • Feb 12, 2018 13:30 CET
Interested in military history? Nammo and War Stories are launching a new podcast series that will highlight small, unexplored and uncelebrated technological developments that have had a big impact on the battlefield. Teaser trailer available now - first full episode available on Monday February 19th.
News • Jun 18, 2018 22:13 CEST
New episode out in our podcast series, delivered by War Stories. This time the topic is field rations, the pre-packed packs of food prepared for soldiers in the field, and Adin Dobkin and Angry Staff Officer discuss both their origins, as well as whether armies could do with preparing food in a way not only intended to maximize nutrients, but also taste...!