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.
Buy a few beers or earn their trust by shouting "O-H," and the locals may tell you about the alien bodies, ghosts, and secret tunnels the Air Force hides.
The 70s fad didn't make its debut on a famous red carpet or in an elegant fashion show — it's the invention of the U.S. Navy. And it's awesome.
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.
The Juan Carlos I-class of amphibious assault ships is arguably Spain's biggest export — Australia bought two, and now Turkey is building one.
The AIM-54 Phoenix air-to-air missile had long range, a speed of Mach 5, and carried a huge warhead intended to reduce Soviet bombers to ash.
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.
The AIM-9 Sidewinder has been a reliable weapon trusted by American and allied pilots for over sixty years — and it's still going strong.
The Royal Netherlands Air Force is throwing its own version of Red Flag and they've invited five NATO allies and some private mock aggressors to play.
Sailors with 39 Navy Enlistment Classifications across 24 ratings could receive a Selective Reenlistment Bonus as high as $100,000 for staying in the Navy.
North Korea's arsenal of ballistic missiles still poses a threat to Japan, South Korea, and the United States, so they practice shooting the missiles down.
While the United States Navy is preparing to upgrade the Zumwalt-class destroyers into ship-killers, the ship's 155mm guns won't be functional.