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Federal court decision marks latest JLTV win for supplier Oshkosh.

Oshkosh can get back to work on the JLTV after a Court of Federal Claims judge dismissed Lockheed's request for a preliminary injunction.

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US Military Could Pursue Exemption

The Paris COP21 deal could force the US military to reveal just how much carbon it emits each year, painting a better picture of America's overall emissions.

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Three accidents in less than two weeks has forced the Army to issue a four-day grounding of its US-based Apache and Black Hawk helicopters.

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General Motors is working with the US Army Tank Automotive Research, Development & Engineering Center on a hydrogen fuel cell Chevrolet Colorado that will enter Army service.

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Images from a French satellite seem to show that China is working on a nearly 900-foot aircraft carrier, its first homegrown flattop and second carrier.

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AM General Takes The High Road

Lockheed Martin will protest Uncle Sam's decision to choose the Oshkosh entry to the JLTV competition, which is kind of exactly what we expected.

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One retired Air Force official is arguing once again that a single-service "executive agent" should be managing the DoD's drone operations.

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Oshkosh Defense has officially been awarded the contract for the Joint Light Tactical Vehicle, the US military's replacement for the venerable Humvee.

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It's only Thursday, but the US military has suffered three separate, non-fatal, aviation-related incidents. A total of ten injuries have been reported.

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Tech researchers and dignitaries from Elon Musk to Steven Hawking to Steve Wozniak are backing an open letter calling for a ban on autonomous weapons.

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The US Army and Air Force are preparing a new MRAP vehicle that's capable of detonating IEDs from 1,000 feet away using laser beams.

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An army captain in North Carolina says his training kept him calm and focused as he saved a motorist from a fiery car crash.

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With the help of a persistent cadet, Motor Trend took some time after the New York Auto Show to visit the mechanical engineering students at West Point.

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A US Army Blackhawk crashed in heavy fog last night, leaving its crew of four LA National Guardsmen and seven MARSOC Marines missing and presumed dead.

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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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The first public auction of surplus US Army Humvees has came and went, and to call it a rousing success would be a major understatement. Auctioneers IronPlanet Inc., unloaded 25 trucks on behalf of the Department of Defense's Defense Logistics Agency.

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If the original Red Dawn had been a futuristic war thriller rather than being set in 1984, we imagine the invading Soviet forces would have been tooling about in something like this unnamed ZIL truck.

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After a week off, we're back with our roundup of the week's best military photos. It's a smaller gallery this week, with only eight photos, but there are still some exciting shots, starting with the image above.

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Happy Halloween! While we don't have any seasonally spooky shots in this week's crop of military photos, we do have more than a few cool shots. Up top, a member of the US Army's 82nd Airborne has some fun "testing" the new Lightweight Tactical All Terrain Vehicle. And yes, that's the military version of the Polaris MRZR ATV.

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So, you think traffic is bad where you live? This week's lead shot comes from Hohenfels, Germany. The tanks, from the US Army's 2nd Battalion, 12th Cavalry Regiment, 1st Armored Brigade Combat Team, 1st Cavalry Division, are taking part in the multi-national Combined Resolve III exercises.

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Aircraft and ships feature heavily in this week's shots, with our interesting lead image coming from aboard the USS Halsey, a US Navy guided-missile destroyer at sea in the Asia-Pacific region. This shot comes from the DDG's flight deck, at the aft of the ship.

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