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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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Shock trials for a new warship, even a tiny LCS, are no joke.

The US Navy has released images of one of its latest littoral combat ships undergoing the first phase of shock testing.

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According to the DoJ, the espionage took place between March 2011 and June 2013.

Wenxia Man was found guilty of "conspiring to export and cause the export of fighter jet engines, an unmanned aerial vehicle, and related technical documents."

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Everyone knows that you shouldn't judge a book by its cover.

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Don’t panic just yet: The documents weren’t classified.

North Korean hackers have stolen 40,000 defense-related documents since 2014 from South Korean organizations, including blueprints for the F-15 fighter.

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The bath-like water of the Persian Gulf is leading to electrical problems in the ships' turbines.

The British Royal Navy's six Type 45 destroyers are among the most advanced on the planet, and they're currently being foiled by warm waters of the Gulf.

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Its manufacturer can swap in parts its customers need.

So, how many steps are we from Skynet now?

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City Supervisor John Avalos claims the Blues cause "terror" when flying over the city's neighborhoods.

The fatal crash of a Blue Angel pilot last week has led a lawmaker in San Francisco to propose a ban of the team's flights over the city.

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The 2.5-ton Light Medium Tactical Vehicle was conducting convoy training at Fort Hood, TX.

Base commanders were in the process of closing all of the base's low-water crossings when heavy floodwaters on "a normal dirt road" overturned the truck.

Overland Expo is heaven for off-road, outdoors adventure enthusiasts. We saw some incredible 4x4s, and these are our favorites.

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The world's largest naval exercise is even bigger for 2016.

Brazil, Denmark, Germany, and Italy will join the big exercise, while almost all 45 ships on hand will use a US Navy-approved biofuel.

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Reports indicate the unnamed pilot was killed in the crash.

The crash occurred at the Smyrna Airport, roughly 20 miles southeast of Nashville, TN. Details remain scarce.

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The pilot was able to eject safely, while the downed fighter was captured on camera looking relatively unharmed, sitting in a field

The number six fighter of the USAF Thunderbirds' crashed following the flyover, near Peterson Air Force Base, 20 miles south of the Air Force Academy.

Yes, replacements for the venerable HMMWV are rolling into the armed forces, but the Humvee is still one of America's primary military vehicles.

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Master Sgt. Melvin Rector was visiting England for the first time since serving there during World War II.

The US and British militaries helped turn a small funeral service for an American B-17 radio operator who died while visiting the UK into a big deal.

Remember when the parachutes failed on those US Army Humvees being paradropped during an exercise? No? OK, you gotta watch this.

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The bikes can run on gas, propane, jet fuel, or "theoretically" olive oil.

These two motorcycle prototypes for the military can run on almost any fuel, or switch to electricity for silent operation.

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Three questions we should be asking about the B-21 bomber.

The US Air Force needs a new flagship bomber, but how do we avoid another trillion-dollar mistake like the F-35 Lightning II?

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Crew still needs certification ahead of October 15 commissioning.

The Navy officially took delivery of its very first Zumwalt-class destroyer, and is now ready to begin certifications for the ship's nearly 150 sailors.

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The hunt for Red October is about to get much easier.

The US Navy's submarines might operate under water, but they're going to get a new perspective on the action thanks a tiny, four-pound drone.

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