Military Facts Generator

  • [Military fact 1] During WWII, when Sergeant Leonard A. Funk was confronted by 90 German soldiers that had captured his squad, he began to laugh hysterically at the situation. Many of the enemy soldiers began to laugh along with him, until Funk wiped out his machine gun, gunning down 21 and capturing the rest.


  • [Military fact 2] Japanese POWS provided a vast wealth of information during World War 2. This was because most Japanese soldiers were unaware of the rights they retained as prisoners under the Geneva convention. Many also felt indebted to American troops for the courteous treatment they received.


  • [Military fact 3] In 2017, a fitness tracking app named Strava unknowingly revealed locations of secret US army bases. They released a map with over 3 million data points, showing popular running routes. Data shared by soldiers on the app was detailed enough to reveal sensitive information of users on active military service.


  • [Military fact 4] Pope Julius was a military man who led the papal armies to battle frequently. When he saw Michelangelo carving his statue with a bible in hand he exclaimed "What do I know of Bibles? I am a warlord, give me a sword instead"


  • [Military fact 5] The US military uses dolphins to find and identify underwater mines because they are better at it than humans.


  • [Military fact 6] During WWI, a Hungarian soldier named Paul Kern was shot in the frontal lobe, resulting in him being unable to fall asleep. He lived for years after that and no one really knows how.


  • [Military fact 7] Dogs can suffer from PTSD, and it affects 5% of military service dogs.


  • [Military fact 8] During the Vietnam War over 800 murders or attempted murders of superior officers by enlisted soldiers were investigated. The term 'fragging' was coined due to the popular use of fragmentation grenades to commit the murders.


  • [Military fact 9] Turkey participated in the Korean war, despite not having any political conflicts during the cold war. Nevertheless; they sent soldiers to help the U.S. because they desperately wanted to be a member of the NATO and their previous membership requests were denied.


  • [Military fact 10] An estimated 400 women disguised themselves as men to fight in the US Civil War, including one whose cover was blown when she absentmindedly tried to put her pants on over her head, thinking they were her dress


New Military Facts Generator

About Military Facts Generator

This military facts generator can generate some interesting military facts for free. These military facts can help you learn some new knowledge and know more about military.

In addition to military facts, you can also generate many other types of random facts, such as game, war, people, language, planets, etc. we have collected more than 12000 interesting facts, which are divided into dozens of categories. You can generate specified categories and a specified number of facts. Many facts are marked with the source, which can help you further verify and mine new content.

Copyright © 2024 All rights reserved.