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Hello, I’m Dung Tran – an independent Military researcher. I come from Vietnam – a small country in Southeast Asia, known as a symbol of the spirit of fighting for peace and independence.

Since I was a boy, my father took me to visit museums in Hanoi, and my interest in history began. I began to study history and discovered that there was nothing easier to learn about history through military weapons. The history of mankind has been based on wars. Over the ages, weapons of war have evolved, but it has been most sublimated since the two world wars.

I created this Military Blog is nothing more than want to share my passion with you, and maybe that will be your inspiration. Hope you will find something interesting when visiting my blog.
I also have a small YouTube channel with content about weapons and history, please take a moment to visit my channel:

Posts, videos, photos contributed to the website please send to: [email protected]. I appreciate all of your contributions. Thank you so much.

Featured Posts by Dung Tran

Mikoyan MiG-35 – Ads as a masterpiece, but still struggling to find the old...

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With the vicissitudes with which the MiG-35 project has been encountered in recent years, it can be said that the Russian Aerospace...

F-16 Fighting Falcon – The Most Popular Fighter Used by the US Air Force

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The F-16 was born out of the conundrum experienced by the Air Force in the Vietnam War.

Vasco da Gama-class frigate – The core of the Portuguese Navy

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The class was named in honor of Vasco da Gama, a Portuguese explorer and the first European to reach India by sea.

E-2D Advanced Hawkeye – Unparalleled Leap in Situational Awareness

The US State Department has approved a contract to supply three E-2D Advanced Hawkeye Airborne early warning and control aircraft (AWACS) to...

Fokker D.21 – A Revolutionary Step Forwards For The Dutch Aviation During 1930s

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The Fokker D-21 fighter was designed in 1935 by Dutch aircraft manufacturer Fokker in response to requirements laid out by the Royal...