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Following the downing of Malaysian Airlines Flight 17 by a surface-to-air missile, authorities investigating the downing remain unsure of the source of the missile.

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The US Navy's newest – and arguably most fascinating – combat ship is the USS Zumwalt. Slated for commissioning this year, you can get an inside look at the guided-missile destroyer in this feature.

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The Scorpion, an affordable alternative to the US military's latest fighters, made an appearance as part of a major National Guard exercise, raising eyebrows among observers.

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Defense contractor Lockheed Martin is preparing its entry for the US military's Humvee replacement program, with a new production line at a factory that's never built trucks before.

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The British Royal Navy submarine HMS Talent suffered damage to its conning tower after allegedly hitting some floating ice. There are those that wonder whether it was actually a collision with a Russian sub that caused the damage, though.

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The first squadron of pilots operating the Marine Corps variant of the new F-35 Lightning II has begun its training, marking a significant step in the deployment of the controversial fighter.

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A US Air Force Reaper drone successfully destroyed a target at sea, sinking a training vessel in the Gulf of Mexico.

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Hornet Ball 2014 is a ten-minute video showing the US Navy's current front-line fighter in its natural environment – doing really crazy things while in flight.

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Comedian and car nut Jay Leno surprised a wounded US Army soldier with the highly regarded, 707-horsepower Dodge Challenger Hellcat.

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The future of stealth could take many forms, most of which are being debated by three of the biggest parties involved – the US Air Force, Navy, and contractor Lockheed Martin.

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