What is war good for? Not much, unless you’re a penguin.
What’s tasty, loaded with Vitamin C and was invented to protect World War 2 troops from an outbreak of scurvy?
The Demilitarized Zone between North and South Korea is considered the world’s most heavily armed border. It is also a tourist trap.
A letter published in The Cambodia Daily in 1996 proposed: “"The English have 11 million mad cows and Cambodia has roughly the same number of equally mad land mines. Surely the solution to Cambodia's mine problem is here."
Every American soldier seriously injured in Iraq or Afghanistan has made a stop in Landstuhl, Germany.
At Camp Bonifas, located just south of the Korean Demilitarized Zone, hazards take the form of unexploded land mines and vampire deer.