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    V-22 Osprey at Farnborough

    SHE HAS HAD HER TROUBLES....STILL ONE OF MY FAVORITES. SHE JUST MAKES SENSE. The V-22 Osprey flies at the Farnborough International Air Show 2006.
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    The F-22 Raptor is seen in flight during the Joint Service Open House, May 18, 2007, at Andrews Air Force Base.

    The F-22 Raptor is seen in flight during the Joint Service Open House, May 18, 2007, at Andrews Air Force Base.
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    Better, lighter weapons

    Highlights of the Small Arms Systems Annual Symposium held at Virginia Beach and at Blackwater USA's training center gun range in Moyock, NC.
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    The death of Pat Tillman re-enacted

    Soldiers re-enact the events in Afghanistan that led to the former NFL star being killed by friendly fire.
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    Future Combat Systems

    The Army's Future Combat Systems (FCS) program is ready to test a few components that soldiers may have in their hands by 2010. Defense News went to Fort Bliss, Texas, on May 21, to have a look at few systems that are part of FCS "Spinout 1."
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    Record-setting railgun

    The Navy recently set a world record by test-firing a 10.68 megajoule electromagnetic railgun.
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    Freedom's on me - HONORING THE FALLEN

    Poto Leifi honors the fallen by making artwork for families featuring servicemembers killed in OEF and OIF. Find out more about the cost of war at our Honor the Fallen site. http://www.militarycity.com/valor/honor.html
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    Improved Outer Tactical Vest

    Reacting to complaints from the battlefield, Army equipment officials last summer set out to redesign the current Interceptor vest to create one easier to maneuver in while carrying heavy combat loads.
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    BUILDING A MILITARY BASE IN IRAQ

    BESMAYA, Iraq - When the first elements of the 557th Expeditionary Red Horse Squadron arrived Feb. 17 at this dusty outpost 25 miles east of Baghdad, they faced a daunting mission: Transform a harsh and featureless plain, littered with bombed-out building
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    DRMO in Iraq-Military Scrap Yard In Iraq

    U.S. Army Maj. Chad Weddell describes Camp Al Asad's Defense Reutilization and Marketing Office (DRMO) junkyard, December 7, 2006, in Iraq. The yard houses all scrap metal and battle damaged and wrecked vehicles for western Iraq. (Video by M. Scott Mahas
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    Stabbed in the brain

    The fight to keep a soldier alive. Even with a knife in his brain, medical personnel were determined to save Army Sgt. Dan Powers.
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    'Mighty O' reels 'em in

    The Oriskany is living up to its hype. The decommissioned aircraft carrier, promised as a worldwide dive destination when it was sunk May 17, 2006, is pumping millions of dollars into the economy around Pensacola, Fla., and creating dozens of jobs. Dive s
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