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For the first time in over 30 years, there won't be a Perry-class frigate serving in the US Navy, as the USS Simpson, has been retired.


Images from a French satellite seem to show that China is working on a nearly 900-foot aircraft carrier, its first homegrown flattop and second carrier.


America's fighters are "a lot closer" to fitting laser weapons than people think, Air Force Gen. Hawk Carlisle said.


The F/A-18 Super Hornet went down about three miles from Lemoore Naval Air Station. The pilot, who ejected safely, was able to walk to first responders.


An internal Pentagon report has uncovered a number of issues with at-sea testing of the US Marine Corps' variant of the F-35B Lightning II.


Titan Aircraft is building a three-quarter-scale P-51 replica with a minivan motor. We look at how an American classic and a Japanese workhorse came together.


A new variant of the venerable F-15 Eagle could be on the way, and it will allegedly carry 16 of the longest-range missiles in the US Air Force arsenal.


AM General Takes The High Road

Lockheed Martin will protest Uncle Sam's decision to choose the Oshkosh entry to the JLTV competition, which is kind of exactly what we expected.


Meet the new Range Rover Sentinel, an SUV that will laugh off 7.62-mm, armor-piercing shells and the explosive force of 33-lbs of TNT.


A British firm thinks its brewed up the future of naval warfare with the Dreadnought 2050, a fusion-powered trimaran that needs just 100 sailors.


One retired Air Force official is arguing once again that a single-service "executive agent" should be managing the DoD's drone operations.


GM powered the original Humvee, and now the company is chipping in to motivate its successor, with Oshkosh picking the Duramax diesel to power the new JLTV, or Joint Light Tactical Vehicle.


Plus: Notes On Justin Wilson, The Army's New Tactical Vehicle, And Used Car Prices

We curate the week's events with a focus on the return of the Ford Ranger and other famous car names. Plus, other news and notes from around the industry.


AM General, Lockheed Martin To Likely Contest Decision

According to Army officials, the new Oshkosh JLTV should cost less than $399,000 per vehicle, a figure that includes a full complement of battle equipment.


Oshkosh Defense has officially been awarded the contract for the Joint Light Tactical Vehicle, the US military's replacement for the venerable Humvee.


The F-22 Raptor will be crossing the pond as part of US efforts to reassure European allies in the face of Russian belligerence.


Much has been made about the F-35's lack of close-air support ability, but based on this video of a gun test, its 25-mm cannon doesn't appear to be lacking.


It's only Thursday, but the US military has suffered three separate, non-fatal, aviation-related incidents. A total of ten injuries have been reported.


Like its American counterparts, Russia's fifth-generation fighter has faced its trouble. Also like the Americans, its moves are absolutely breathtaking.


The USS Gerald R. Ford has its first residents, as some 240 sailors have moved aboard the hulking supercarrier in what the ship's CO called a "tipping point."

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