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Yes, the Air Force built a fighter-jet-sized oven.

How to kill rust-causing germs: take one F-16, drop it in a huge oven, bake at 180 degrees until tender.

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The incident occurred during a training exercise.

The AH-64 flipped head over heels after plunging towards the water. It's not clear what went wrong ahead of the accident, but the result is one less attack chopper in the Greek Army.

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The Air Force considered 2,100 suggestions for the new stealth bomber's name.

Sorry fans of Stealthy McHidden, but the US Air Force takes the naming of its newest bomber a little more seriously than you do.

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Tanks have changed a lot since 1916's Battle of the Somme

Tank warfare was born 100 years ago, and despite its humble – and slow origins – it's evolved into one of the most iconic pieces of military tech on the planet.

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Stadium seating and a twin-tail design are a few of the highlights.

The Air Force wants to replace its aging fleet of T-38 Talon training jets with 350 new, advanced trainers. Boeing's entry is the first clean-sheet design we've seen.

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Batten down the hatches.

This new footage of the USS Jackson's June shock tests gives some idea of how serious the explosions are.

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It's the third time in just weeks.

An official said that if the US government had diplomatic relations with Iran, this latest incident would have been enough to warrant an official diplomatic protest from the State Department.

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And no, this story doesn't involve Clint Eastwood.

The Soviet Union's MiG-25 was a big, scary, high-speed fighter. That is, until Western governments got their hands on it, thanks to Soviet Flight Lieutenant Viktor Ivanovich Belenko.

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Need to move an attack chopper? We recommend a bigger helicopter.

It's like watching a dog pick up its pup by the scruff of the neck. Only instead of Golden Retrievers, we're talking about multi-million-dollar helicopters.

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The full reveal will be at the Association of the United States Army trade conference.

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The Navy called Iran's actions "unsafe and unprofessional."

Iran defended its actions, saying they'll warn and then confront any nation that enters its territorial waters.

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Toting a machine gun and a rocket launcher, this small drone means business.

Video, originally posted by The Baghdad Post, shows Alrobot in action, zipping across desert scrub and firing its cannon.

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The carts will be fully autonomous by late 2017 or early 2018.

Combat-wounded soldiers won't miss doctor's appointments and the Army learns more about driverless vehicles.

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War is going to look a lot different in the future.

The future of warfare will be filled with AI and robots, but it'll be more than just autonomous drones clashing on the battlefield.

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Pilots on the USS George Washington are singing the F-35's praises.

According to one Navy pilot, the software could lead to dramatic reductions in the amount of time it takes pilots to train and qualify on the Navy's aircraft carriers.

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Honey bees 1, F-22 Raptor 0.

The US Air Force had a tiny problem when 20,000 honey bees descended on an F-22 Raptor. At least they weren't Hornets – there's a Navy joke in there somewhere.

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For $12,000, this may be the thinking man's Jeep alternative.

For sale in Washington State, this nearly 45-year-old Ford M151A2 MUTT was a military mainstay from its debut in the early 1959 to its retirement in 1999.

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Nerf really does make everything better.

A YouTube user sawed a hole in the bottom of an A-10 Warthog RC plane, stuck a Nerf cannon in the bottom, and recorded strafing stand-up tanks. It's genius.

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The Land Cruiser-based Al-Thalab is an unstoppable mule of a truck.

The Jordanian Al-Thalab long-range patrol vehicle can carry 3,400-pounds of equipment, four operators, up to two stretchers, and enough weapons, ammo, food, water, and fuel for a ten-day patrol.

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One of the world's biggest military exercises guarantees some good photos.

We perused thousands of images and gathered a few of our very favorites from this year's Rim of the Pacific exercises off the coast of Hawaii.

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It only took 15 years.

The F-35 Lightning II is ready for service... sort of. With the first jets shipping out to a squadron in Utah, it's still not technically combat ready.

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