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Because simply adding more static armor just isn't an option.

The Army wants tank operators to be able to remotely shuffle armor around their tank in response to threats.

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It fires microwaves from a satellite dish. Sorry for the letdown, Star Trek fans.

Directed-energy weapons and drone swarms are the future of warfare. Watch the Army use one to effectively and quickly kill the other.

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Spc. Stephanie Morris gets a reward after her life-changing service.

Leno's support of American troops continues, and this time, it involves a spicy Japanese-Italian convertible.

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Extra firepower brings parity with Russian BMPs.

The Stryker is getting more firepower, and it's safer for crews, too, after General Dynamics replaced the manned, unarmored turret.

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The hydrogen fuel cell provides juice for a portable power unit while another system harnesses the ZH2's water emissions to provide a drink for thirsty troops.

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The incident occurred during a training exercise.

The AH-64 flipped head over heels after plunging towards the water. It's not clear what went wrong ahead of the accident, but the result is one less attack chopper in the Greek Army.

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Tanks have changed a lot since 1916's Battle of the Somme

Tank warfare was born 100 years ago, and despite its humble – and slow origins – it's evolved into one of the most iconic pieces of military tech on the planet.

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The carts will be fully autonomous by late 2017 or early 2018.

Combat-wounded soldiers won't miss doctor's appointments and the Army learns more about driverless vehicles.

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For $12,000, this may be the thinking man's Jeep alternative.

For sale in Washington State, this nearly 45-year-old Ford M151A2 MUTT was a military mainstay from its debut in the early 1959 to its retirement in 1999.

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One of the world's biggest military exercises guarantees some good photos.

We perused thousands of images and gathered a few of our very favorites from this year's Rim of the Pacific exercises off the coast of Hawaii.

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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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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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Its manufacturer can swap in parts its customers need.

So, how many steps are we from Skynet now?

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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.

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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 US Marine Corps and Army are getting serious about protecting their tanks from missile attacks.

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The only casualties were the vehicles (and the egos of some parachute riggers).

The only casualties were the vehicles (and the egos of some parachute riggers).

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Army, Marines push back initial operational capability for JLTV due to Lockheed Martin protest.

Oshkosh Defense was forced to idle its work on the JLTV, the vehicle replacing the Humvee, creating a domino effect that's now impacting troops.

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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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It sounds like something from Call of Duty, but the US Army could soon be bringing tiny, pocket-sized drones to a real-world battlefield.

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Spending on big aircraft carriers and missile subs is hurting America's fighting abilities in today's conflict, a prominent Marine Corps general argues.

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