The 5 most bizarre weapons from World War II
From anti-tank dogs to remote control mobile mines, WWII saw some pretty unique methods for attacking the enemy.
What's 1,092 feet long, carries almost 100 aircraft, and is responsible for moving hundreds of cars up the coast? That's right: The USS Ronald Reagan.
It's been 76 years since the heavy cruiser USS Houston (CA 30) was sunk with almost 700 sailors and Marines, but the Navy constantly checks on her.
The following video was filmed at Holloman Air Force Base, New Mexico, during the final flight with the U.S. Air Force of the legendary F-4 Phantom.
An Abrams crew, specialists who keep tanks operational and lethal, had a chance to share what they think of Russia's new, high-tech T-14 Armata tank.