No one knows how or when exactly, but The Duke survived a Soviet hit squad when Joseph Stalin labeled him the biggest threat to global Communism.
This isn't about quality, it's all about how much the movie cost versus how much it made. These are the movies that bombed at the box office.
On the surface, everything about this next-generation rifle made it seem like the ideal replacement for the US Army's M-16s and M4 carbines.
It may have been called "The Last Gunfighter," but the Vought F-8 Crusader actually scored most of its 18 Vietnam War air-to-air kills with Sidewinders.
Over three decades in the making, the HAL Tejas, the fruit of India's Light Combat Aircraft project, will replace Russian-built MiG-21 Fishbeds.
While the Joint Direct Attack Munition is the primary go-to for the United States military, laser-guided and TV-guided bombs are also in stock.
When Israel came up with some cool hacks for their force of F-16 Fighting Falcons, they managed to take a great plane and make it even better.
The United States Air Force has come one step closer to getting the first of 112 new HH-60W combat search and rescue helicopters in service.
The Air Force will use the B-21 Raider to replace the 62 B-1B Lancers and 20 B-2A Spirits currently serving. The B-52, however, will fly until 2050.
The Juan Carlos I-class of amphibious assault ships is arguably Spain's biggest export — Australia bought two, and now Turkey is building one.
As a fighter ages and loses its air-superiority edge, getting sent off to a boneyard or sold second-hand isn't an inevitability. There are bombs to drop!
The Army will fire a land-based anti-ship missile at an old ship in RIMPAC 2018, signalling the potential return of the Coastal Artillery Corps.