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    How high-speed drone racing could aid struggling Air Force recruitment

    WASHINGTON — The U.S. Air Force is expanding its partnership with a professional drone-racing league that touts a tech-savvy fan base, which leaders believe...

    F-15 vs. F-16: A Comprehensive Comparison

    When it comes to modern aerial warfare, the F-15 and F-16 fighter jets are among the most legendary and iconic aircraft in the world....

    Ukraine’s US-Supplied Cluster Munitions Begin To Pound Russian Military; Putin Vows Retaliation

    Some informed sources have confirmed that Ukraine has started using US-supplied cluster munitions on Russian forces in southeast Ukraine to dislodge heavily defended Russian positions.

    Turkey’s ‘Biggest-Ever’ Aviation Export Deal Takes Shape As Saudi Arabia Inks Deal To Buy Akinci UCAVs

    Propelled by the mounting sales of the Bayraktar TB2 drone globally, Turkey’s drone industry has now bagged what is being hailed as the “biggest...

    US’ Best Warplanes, F-22 Raptors, F-35 Fighters Are Now Deployed To Middle-East To Check Iran

    The US is dispatching F-35 stealth fighter aircraft, a Navy destroyer, and F-16s to the US Central Command in the Middle East to monitor...

    At Blistering Speeds Of Mach 30, China Tests World’s ‘Most Powerful’ Wind Tunnel For Mothership Aircraft

    Amid intensifying hypersonic race, the Chinese government has released footage showing what it claims to be the “most powerful wind tunnel in the world.”  Advertisement The...

    Russia Unveils Product 53: A Next-Gen Kamikaze UAV That Excels in Precision Targeting

    Introduction At the forefront of technological innovation, Russia has recently revealed its latest groundbreaking creation, Product 53, a next-generation kamikaze Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV) that...

    Russia Claims Developing ‘Prometheus’, A System Capable Of Robotizing MBTs & AFVs

    Russia has reportedly developed a sophisticated system 'Prometheus' capable of robotizing both tanks and infantry fighting vehicles, according to Russian News Agency TASS. 

    Russian Submarine Pops Up off the US Coast: Military Concerns and Implications

    In a recent incident that has raised eyebrows in the international community, a Russian submarine was spotted surfacing off the U.S. coast.

    NGAD: Three Prototypes in Fray for US Next-Gen Fighter Jet

    This article delves into the NGAD program, the three prototypes in contention, and the implications they hold for the future of aerial warfare.

    China’s Unilateral Actions and Their Impact on Nepal: Analyzing the Situation in Kathmandu

    Explore the impact of China's unilateral actions on Nepal and the resulting concerns in Kathmandu. This article examines the implications of China's growing influence and its effect on Nepal's political, economic, and strategic dynamics.

    1st Case Of Online Killing? Russian Submarine Commander Falls Prey To Fitness Tracking App Strava

    Running can kill you! Quite literally. A former Russian Submarine commander was reportedly assassinated after being stalked on the fitness tracking app Strava.

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