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The B-2 upgrade program will allow the iconic bomber to better manage the more potent and sensitive air defenses being allowed by today's computer systems.

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A US Air Force feasibility stud has found that the sensors and cameras from the U-2 spy plane can be adapted to work on the RQ-4 Global Hawk drone.

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Russian and American aircraft continue to meet in the skies, as the former pushes the latter in the east, west, south and most recently, the north. The far north.

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The Air Force successfully took out a vessel at sea using an MQ-9 Reaper, marking the first time the service has took out a target at sea using a drone.

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Air forces in both eastern and western countries have been forced to intercept and shadow fighters and bombers from Russia over the past few days.

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The US Air Force has apparently crossed Chuck Norris in its quest to retire the A-10 Warthog. And as we know, nobody crosses Chuck Norris.

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The Department of Defense has trimmed its estimates for the cost of acquiring, as well as operating/servicing 2,500 F-35s, by $7.5B and $57.8B, respectively.

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While the downing of Malaysia Airlines Flight 17 is still being investigated, leaked reports are pointing fingers at Russia.

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Syrian media is claiming the MQ-1 Predator drone was shot down yesterday, although the Air Force isn't commenting on the UAV's actual fate.

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The replacement for the long-serving KC-135 Stratotanker, the KC-46A Pegasus, will likely miss the targeted date for its first flight.

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Supporting the continued service of the A-10 Warthog, a new report indicates that the F-35 won't be able to carry the USAF's premier CAS bomb until 2022.

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An Army Major has penned an in-depth piece opposing the Air Force's position on the retirement of the beloved A-10 Warthog.

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Israel has agreed to purchase 14 additional F-35s, which would bring its total fleet to 33 airframes, while the Republic of Singapore may be in the market.

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The remnants of the former Soviet Union's mighty Red Air Force are featured in this impressive, drone-shot video.

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A mid-air collision between two F-16s last October is being blamed on the pilots involved, a US Air Force report on the incident reveals.

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As the next-generation of fighter aircraft enters their earliest planning phases, the importance of stealth technology is taking center stage.

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Uncle Sam could start shipping its highly regarded drones to countries that haven't made the tightly controlled list of close US allies.

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September's report that the US Air Force was thinking about armoring and arming its V-22 Osprey was a surprise, and now, less than three months on, the tilt-rotor plane has successfully completed its first forward-firing weapons test.

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The F-35 Lightning II has yet another problem, folks. Apparently, it has a "threshold" for the fuel temperature, meaning that if the plane's jungle juice is too warm, the jet, which has cost literally billions and billions of dollars to develop, can't fly. This might not be a problem, if the United States weren't routinely operating in a desert.

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The pilot of a US Air Force F-16 was killed late Sunday night in a crash shortly after taking off from a Middle East base during a strike mission against ISIS. The accident is still under investigation, while the pilot's name is being withheld until his family can be notified, Military.com reports.

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