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Much has been made about the F-35's lack of close-air support ability, but based on this video of a gun test, its 25-mm cannon doesn't appear to be lacking.

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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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The USS Gerald R. Ford has its first residents, as some 240 sailors have moved aboard the hulking supercarrier in what the ship's CO called a "tipping point."

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Three brand-new subs, including one that was commissioned less than a week ago, are being restricted from service due to a faulty weld repair.

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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 successful launch of a 3D-printed UAV from the deck of a ship signals a new age in the use of drones, allowing vessels to build their own recon craft.

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A slight accident during a planned missile test damaged a US Navy destroyer yesterday, setting off a small fire near the ship's helicopter deck.

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A flyby from the legendary Blue Angels went just a bit wrong when the blast from one of the jets sent tents and umbrellas flying on a Florida beach.

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Automatic spending caps may force the US government to curb its $400B acquisition program for the F-35 and trimming total JSF fleet down from nearly 2,500.

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Ever wonder what life is really like on a submarine? This expansive feature can probably answer your questions. It really is a must-read.

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The VTOL version of the US military's new F-35 Lightning completed its first ski-jump test, simulating a launch from British or Italian carriers.

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The US Navy has assigned 38 women to the USS Michigan, making them the first females to be assigned aboard an active-duty submarine.

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Want to see a big sled get flung into the water off the deck of an aircraft carrier? Don't be silly, of course you do.

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Officers from the US and Russian military met under the auspices of a 1972 treaty meant to reduce the risk during encounters between the two powers.

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The Royal Canadian Navy is recognizing the crew of the USS Chosin for its actions in aiding a stricken Canadian vessel early last year.

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The Marine Corps' F-35B completed its first operational test aboard the USS Wasp, taking off, hovering, and landing with actual Marines at the controls.

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The USS Arizona Memorial was damaged yesterday after a ship, either the USNS Mercy hospital ship or the tug helping it dock, collided with the monument.

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Check out the ancient USS Constitution, a 44-gun frigate and the oldest commissioned vessel in the world, sail into dry dock in a time-lapse video.

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The Navy can't decide if its Unmanned Carrier-Launched Airborne Surveillance and Strike drone should be dedicated to surveillance or strike duties.

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Early this morning, an Iranian patrol vessel fired warning shots and eventually boarded a cargo vessel flagged to the Marshall Islands in the Strait of Hormuz.

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The Navy's X-47B unmanned fighter has hit yet another milestone, successfully refueling in mid-air over the waters off Maryland and Virginia.

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