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The Navy's Great Green Fleet might not be so green

Actual biofuel is just 5.5 percent of the Navy's green mix today, compared to 50 percent in 2012.

There are a lot of problems with the US Navy's biofuel blend, one of the service's former captains claims.

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Navy vet responds to misogynistic note on windshield

Everyone knows that you shouldn't judge a book by its cover.

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Florida man runs down bikers in traffic

A Florida biker and his passenger got a nasty surprise when a road rage incident turned ugly.

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Red Air For Hire: The big business of private air forces

How The US Military Uses Contractors To Play The Bad Guys

There are a growing number of private air forces in the US which Americans are overwhelmingly unaware of.

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US Navy planning joint exercise with China

The bi-annual Exercise Rim of the Pacific ended barely a week ago, marking the first time ships from the Chinese People's Liberation Army Navy have taken part in a US-hosted naval exercise, and already, the PRC and US Navy are planning their next practice session. The two sides met yesterday aboard the flagship of the US Seventh Fleet, the USS Blue Ridge (shown above, at dock in Shanghai), to discuss a joint search-and-rescue exercise.

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Female enlisted sailors to enter the Silent Service by 2016

The military's march towards gender equality could see a big improvement in the coming years as plans are unveiled to allow enlisted women to join female officers on the US Navy's Ohio-class missile boats and Virginia-class attack submarines.

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Blue Angels appoint new executive officer, refit selection process

A scandal among the ranks of the US Navy's flight demonstration team, the Blue Angels, has forced a significant overhaul in the squadron's command structure, which will filter down to the way it selects everything from the naval aviators that perform the precise demonstrations to the ground and support crew that keep the planes in the air.

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GM sweetens military discount for Buick, Chevy and GMC

American servicemen and women interested in a new vehicle from Chevrolet, Buick or GMC now have a bit more incentive to head down to their local dealer, as General Motors has announced plans to improve its military discount program.

Scion's 2010 SEMA lineup: Sneak Peek

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