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Popular Mechanics: The U.S. Officially Begins Building Its New Missile Submarine

Popular Mechanics: The U.S. Officially Begins Building Its New Missile Submarine

Other June 1, 2019 0

The Columbia-class submarines will serve more than 40 years and carry hundreds of nuclear warheads to sea at a time. By Kyle Mizokami May 29, 2019 “A U.S. shipyard has cut first steel for the first

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RealClear Defense: Rare Color Footage Brings D-Day Memories Alive, 75 Years On

RealClear Defense: Rare Color Footage Brings D-Day Memories Alive, 75 Years On

Other June 1, 2019 0

By Jeffrey Schaeffer & Julian Styles WASHINGTON (AP) — Seventy-five years ago, Hollywood director George Stevens stood on the deck of the HMS Belfast to film the start of the D-Day invasion. The resulting black-and-white films —

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Popular Mechanics: “Cold Blue” Shows the B-17 Like You’ve Never Seen It Before

Popular Mechanics: “Cold Blue” Shows the B-17 Like You’ve Never Seen It Before

Other May 20, 2019 0

The hero of WWII is the star of a brand-new kind of documentary. By Chuck Thompson May 16, 2019 “The B-17 “Flying Fortress” is one of the most iconic aircraft of World War II. Built

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Medium: The Long Way Around

Medium: The Long Way Around

Other May 13, 2019 0

This Plane Accidentally Flew Around the World After Pearl Harbor, the crew of Pan Am flight 18602 was forced to do the impossible By John Bull “The morning of 6th January 1942 was going

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Real Clear Defense: “Russian Navy Ever Less Capable of Supporting Putin’s War Plans”

Real Clear Defense: “Russian Navy Ever Less Capable of Supporting Putin’s War Plans”

Other April 27, 2019 0

By Paul Goble “The Russian navy, the Military-Maritime Fleet (Voyenno-Morskoy Flot—VMF), always a poor relation to the Russian Land Forces given geography and national traditions, has been contracting in size since 1985. Now, as Izvestia announced last

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War on the Rocks: “How Does the Next Great Power Conflict Play Out?”

War on the Rocks: “How Does the Next Great Power Conflict Play Out?”

Other April 26, 2019 0

Lessons from a Wargame JAMES LACEY APRIL 22, 2019 COMMENTARY “The United States can win World War III, but it’s going to be ugly and it better end quick, or everyone starts looking for

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Shooting Illustrated Review: “Fairchild Republic A-10 Thunderbolt II”

Shooting Illustrated Review: “Fairchild Republic A-10 Thunderbolt II”

Other April 8, 2019 0

By Steve Adelmann – Monday, April 1, 2019 “Let’s be honest, the firearms and gear that are featured in tactically flavored magazines often blend together into one big mass of Picatinny rail-laden, polymer-coated, flat-dark-earth-painted steel.

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Weapons and Warfare: Quality versus Quantity?

Weapons and Warfare: Quality versus Quantity?

Other February 24, 2019 0

“Although primarily a history of multiple failures, the German heavy fighting vehicles of World War II provided a multitude of challenges within the engineering problems of tank design and manufacture, and several technological exploits

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Popular Mechanics: What Human Beings Can Teach Aliens About Probing the Solar System

Popular Mechanics: What Human Beings Can Teach Aliens About Probing the Solar System

Other December 15, 2018 0

An emerging golden age of probes may reimagine the origin story of our galactic neighborhood. By Joe Pappalardo Dec 5, 2018 “Alien conspiracy theorists have certainly ruined the word “probe.” But there’s really only one kind

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Popular Mechanics: The U.S. Military’s Cryptic Letters, Numbers, and Symbols, Explained

Popular Mechanics: The U.S. Military’s Cryptic Letters, Numbers, and Symbols, Explained

Other December 11, 2018 0

A quick guide to the nomenclature that identifies America’s military vehicles and units. By  By Kyle Mizokami Dec 6, 2018 “The U.S. military speaks many languages. From the markings on tanks to the classification of aircraft,

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