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The service demo'd a pair of vehicles with 30-mm cannons on the roof.

The cancellation of a new recon vehicle last month is pushing a high-ranking Army official to remind the service of the need for specialized vehicles.

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The Modular Advanced Armed Robotic System can carry an M240 machine gun or a 40-mm grenade launcher.

Controlled and reloaded by an infantryman, MAARS is a long way from being a true Terminator, but it is an armed robot and that's still kind of scary.

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Rebel F-16 fighters had radar lock on the president's plane, as well as his two escorts.

Last week's coup in Turkey could have gone very, very differently if a pair of rebel fighter pilots had behaved differently.

Concept vehicle looks period correct with rollbar delete and olive-drab paint.

It's been 75 years since the military awarded a contract to Willys in Toledo, OH to build a vehicle for WWII. This Jeep Wrangler celebrates that milestone.

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Rugged concept highlights Jeep’s legendary history.

Jeep celebrates its birthday with a concept based off of its most iconic model.

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The advanced fighter deployment could be like what the USAF did with the F-22 Raptor.

Air Combat Command's Gen. Hawk Carlisle sees the F-35 taking on a policing role amid interest in the jet from allies in the Baltic region.

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Think tank argues the T-38 is a danger to pilot training to fly the F-35, F-22.

US Air Force pilots are training on a jet that entered service in the 1960s, and that's a detriment to their abilities in 21st century fighters.

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Aston Martin Cambridge created a special-edition Vantage to commemorate the 80th anniversary of the Spitfire fighter plane.

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Actual biofuel is just 5.5 percent of the Navy's green mix today, compared to 50 percent in 2012.

There are a lot of problems with the US Navy's biofuel blend, one of the service's former captains claims.

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Instead of removing the pilots, the FCAS will put two humans in the cockpit.

Airbus is looking at a future where strike aircraft would attack their targets not only with bombs and missiles, but via unmanned combat aircraft.

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Flight training times are up from last year, but are still too far below the 16.5-hour-per-month minimum.

Pilots are averaging seven to 11 hours per month, up from the six- to nine-hour average from a year ago, but still well below the Corps' minimum requirement.

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Not surprisingly, FCA has a different view on the stunt.

An Australian couple held an event where they crushed their unreliable and frustrating Dodge Journey with a retired army tank.

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Translogic host Jonathon Buckley heads to the Oak Ridge National Laboratory in Tennessee to drive the 3D-Printed Utility Vehicle created by the US Department of Energy. It was developed alongside a 3D-printed home, and the two can share battery energy.

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And it only requires the processing power of a Raspberry Pi.

If you didn't think AI was scary, this report of a computer beating one of the US Air Force's top air combat instructors, will change your mind.

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At this point, someone should probably just separate the two sides.

It's a he-said, she-said game in the Mediterranean Sea, as Russia and the US claim each other's ships maneuvered dangerously close to each other.

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The team will appear in three more shows before closing out its season.

The Blue Angels will take to the skies this weekend for its first demonstration since a fatal accident took the life of Marine Capt. Jeff Kuss.

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Suzuki Baleno gets mild hybrid system; Borgward BX7 earns Plus X Awards.

Meet NASA's X-57 electric test plane. The Suzuki Baleno gets a mild hybrid system for Europe. Borgward wins Plus X Awards for its PHEV SUV. GM and the Navy are working on fuel cell undersea drones.

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Uncle Sam is taking baby steps compared to full-scale automakers.

The Army's four-unit convoy will operate on I-69 and use short-range communications to transmit data between vehicles and a series of road-side sensors.

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Capable of carrying dozens of bombs, missiles, and mines, the B-52 is devastating even after 64 years.

Breaking down what 70,000 pounds of weapons look like makes for a daunting scene. If it's in the US military's arsenal, the B-52 can probably carry it.

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The Russian strike aircraft resumed bombing when American jets left the area.

Aerial tensions in the skies over Syria have increased after an encounter between armed US fighters and Russian bombers.

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