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Star Wars... for real.

A new paper is calling for the US military to overhaul its space defense systems as rivals from around the globe increase their ability to wage war in space.

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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.

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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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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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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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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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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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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 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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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.

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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.

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The Danes want to replace the F-16, and it's looking increasingly like the F-35 will get the job.

Despite widely publicized problems here in the US, the F-35 Lightning II has gained a number of new fans in the Danish Ministry of Defense.

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Legislation has cleared Congress and awaits President's signature.

After losing the right to inurn ashes at Arlington National Cemetery, a bill has cleared Congress to restore privileges for the Women Airforce Service Pilots.

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The customized Eurofighter Typhoon will take part in this month's annual NATO Tiger Meet.

NATO's annual Tiger Meet kicks this month, and the German Luftwaffe is bringing an awesome feline-liveried Eurofighter Typhoon to the exercise.

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A new report argues that 25 years of aerial success has left the USAF less able to cope with an equal foe or the losses that'd come with a large-scale conflict.

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$82.7M contract is first time in ten years a contract wasn't awarded to Boeing or Lockheed.

Elon Musk's SpaceX has won its first military contract, after a joint venture by Boeing and Lockheed Martin failed to contest the 2018 launch deal.

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After plenty of arguing, the Pentagon will finally conduct an official test between the new F-35 Lightning II and the aging A-10 Thunderbolt II.

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The F-16 high-tailed it 280 miles to save a dying patient in its role as emergency cargo plane.

A Norwegian Royal Air Force F-16 was pressed into high-speed cargo hauling to help save a dying patient's life with a special heart-lung bypass machine.

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USS Donald Cook was sailing in the international waters of the Baltic Sea at the time of the incident.

The flybys took place over the course of two days and looked a great deal like simulated attack runs.

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Russia wants to sell Iran Sukhoi Su-30 fighters and T-90 tanks, but the United States says such an agreement requires the approval of the UN Security Council.

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