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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.

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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.

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

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

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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.

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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.

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

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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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Three brand-new subs, including one that was commissioned less than a week ago, are being restricted from service due to a faulty weld repair.

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Things went very wrong during the International Tank Biathlon when a Russian-built T-72 got a bit too gnarly while drifting, completing almost a complete flip.

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A Russian attack helicopter crashed during an air show, killing one crew member. Video of the incident showed the Mi-28 Havoc spinning into the ground.

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Over the past week, NATO aircraft have intercepted a total of 22 Russian aircraft in the Baltic Sea alone. A record 250 intercepts have occurred this year.

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With the signature of the USMC commandant, the F-35B will become fully operational, and the Corps will start ramp up training of pilots and maintenance crews.

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Tech researchers and dignitaries from Elon Musk to Steven Hawking to Steve Wozniak are backing an open letter calling for a ban on autonomous weapons.

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The successful launch of a 3D-printed UAV from the deck of a ship signals a new age in the use of drones, allowing vessels to build their own recon craft.

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A slight accident during a planned missile test damaged a US Navy destroyer yesterday, setting off a small fire near the ship's helicopter deck.

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The British Royal Air Force is preparing to retire some 77 percent of its fighter fleet, bringing its inventory down to the lowest level since its founding.

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Lockheed Marin is set to dramatically expand its reach in the helicopter market, with the purchase of Sikorsky Aircraft, manufacturer of the UH-60 Blackhawk.

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A flyby from the legendary Blue Angels went just a bit wrong when the blast from one of the jets sent tents and umbrellas flying on a Florida beach.

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Wildcat turns to crowdfunding to support development of two new vehicles, a performance SUV and a military Light Strike Vehicle both built on a composite platform.

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Automatic spending caps may force the US government to curb its $400B acquisition program for the F-35 and trimming total JSF fleet down from nearly 2,500.

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