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65 trucks, each weighing 32 tons, should give wannabe terrorists pause.

The heavy objects are meant to act as a deterrent to anyone planning an attack like the one in Berlin.

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It makes the Caterpillar P-5000 Work Loader look like a child's toy.

Tanks are so 20th century.

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US pilots flying against ISIS get into the holiday spirit.

And they weren't delivering lumps of coal.

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Experts say this should be a wake-up call to protect America's space infrastructure.

Russia claims its new anti-satellite weapon is only for defensive purposes against incoming enemy weapons.

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Santa Claus is coming to town, according to continental aerospace military partnership.

Happy Alvistide everybody!

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The first test flight lasted just under an hour.

Both pilot and passenger raved about the new jet's abilities over the short test flight.

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Jet damaged, ground crew injured after "on-deck emergency" at WA base.

The Navy evacuated the injured ground crew to a Seattle hospital via search-and-rescue helicopter.

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The move gives the British carriers a reason to exist.

The USMC will join the Royal Navy on the HMS Queen Elizabeth's first operational deployment.

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DARPA wants to put gamers to work.

The program will pair ground troops with future UAV flotillas that will use player-developed strategies.

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Because simply adding more static armor just isn't an option.

The Army wants tank operators to be able to remotely shuffle armor around their tank in response to threats.

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There's more to the $4B price tag than PEOTUS lets on, of course.

The Air Force budgeted $2.9B for research and development, and $1 billion for acquisition of the two 747-8-based airliners.

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It may be the biggest, most powerful vehicle ever featured on the show.

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Ryan Tuerck on what it took to rip a 700-plus-hp BMW M3 sideways.

You have to see this and then read how it came together.

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It's the second crash in less than a month.

It's the latest embarrassment for the Admiral Kuznetsov.

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Mattis' tough stance towards Iran matches Trump's.

Mattis enjoys extensive popularity among US troops and Republican leaders, like Sen. John McCain.

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Listening to the radio comms, it's like this is a walk in the park.

Afraid of helicopters, rough seas, or ships? Don't watch this video.

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This is probably magic.

Wing-mounted guns were still popular, but the synchronization gear promised more precise killing.

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Tugboats eventually came to the ship's rescue and escorted it to a dock for repairs.

Well, this is embarrassing. The US Navy's newest destroyer is stuck in Panama for ten days (reportedly) undergoing repairs for another engine problem.

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The missing wrecks mark the grave site of nearly 900 Dutch sailors.

Significant sections of a third ship are missing.

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It fires microwaves from a satellite dish. Sorry for the letdown, Star Trek fans.

Directed-energy weapons and drone swarms are the future of warfare. Watch the Army use one to effectively and quickly kill the other.

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The undergraduate flying training program usually gets around 200 applicants.

There are a whole lot of enlisted airmen interested in flying the Air Force's RQ-4 Global Hawk surveillance drone.

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