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AFRL TECH: National Museum of the U.S. Air Force
The Air Force Research Lab has helped lead, develop and deliver some of the biggest pieces of technology throughout the Air Force's history.
Bodies recovered from U.S. military plane crash in Taliban territory
Officials are disputing the Taliban’s claims that it brought down a U.S. military plane in Afghanistan. The aircraft crashed on Monday after the pilot declared an in-flight emergency. American helicopters finally recovered bodies of the only two crewmen aboard, as the military investigates what may have caused the crash. David Martin breaks down what officials know so far.
US-Colombia military drills kick off in Tolemaida
Joint military exercises involving forces from the United States Army South and the Colombian military kicked off in Tolemaida on Sunday.
US Army's Plans To Replace M2 Bradley - The Army Has Spent $20 Billion To Develop a Replacement
US Army's Plans To Replace M2 Bradley - The Army Has Spent $20 Billion To Develop a Replacement The U.S. Army’s effort to replace its Cold War-era Bradley infantry fighting vehicles has collapsed, again, leaving the service with no choice but to keep the older vehicles in service. The Army canceled the Optionally Manned Fighting Vehicle program after the number of defense contractors participating in the competition fell to just one. The OMFV program was the third try in 20 years to find a suitable replacement for the M2 Bradley, a tracked vehicle that carries up to seven soldiers into battle. The cancellation of OMFV leaves the Army forced to make do with the Bradley for another 5-10 years, the amount of time it will take to field a replacement in viable numbers. This means the Bradley design will serve for approximately 50 years or more (though most current vehicles are new models). The original M2 Bradley, introduced in the mid-1980s, was a new kind of fighting vehicle pioneered by the Soviet Union. Previous armored personnel carriers, including such types as the World War II half track to the Vietnam War-era M113, carried ground troops to the edge of the battle zone and then dismounted them, forcing them to fight on foot. The Soviet BMP-1 was designed to carry troops into battle and beyond, shooting it out with a 30-millimeter autocannon and anti-tank missiles while protecting the infantrymen nestled inside. This protected the soldiers from enemy fire, particularly nuclear and chemical weapons, while preserving the momentum of a successful attack.
US Army MEDEVAC Changemakers
A panel of U.S. Army MEDEVAC (medicial evacuation) experts explored ways that Army MEDEVAC technology, safety, quality of care and culture has evolved over time. The panel examined the ways that military aeromedical evacuations have influenced and advanced both military and civilian operations.
Why Nothing Seems to Beat the Virginia-class Submarines
The Virginia class is a class of nuclear-powered cruise missile fast-attack submarines, currently in the military service in the United States Navy. Designed by the General Dynamics's Electric Boat and the Huntington Ingalls Industries, the Virginia-class submarines are the American Navy's latest undersea warfare platform which incorporates the latest in stealth, intelligence gathering and weapons systems technology.
Fire Support Exercise II
Marines with 1st Battalion, 3rd Marine Regiment, conduct Fire Support Coordination Exercise II (FSCEX II) with Marine Light Attack Helicopter Squadron 367 at Pohakuloa Training Area, Hawaii. FSCEX II is a training exercise that involves Marines from different units working together calling coordinated air strikes and mortar support to engage targets on the battlefield.
US military plane crashes in Afghanistan
The US military is investigating circumstances surrounding a plane crash over a Taliban strong hold in Eastern Afghanistan.
U.S. Military Aircraft Crashes In Taliban-Held Eastern Afghanistan | TIME
U.S. military aircraft crashed in eastern Afghanistan on Monday, a Taliban spokesman and Afghan journalist affiliated with the militant group said.
U.S Marines and Japan Ground Self-Defense Force Soldiers Conduct Amphibious Reconnaissance Training
USMC Latest News, Exercise Iron Fist 2020—official release: "U.S. Marines with Force Reconnaissance Company, 1st Reconnaissance Battalion, and Japan Ground Self-Defense Force soldiers with Reconnaissance Company, Amphibious Rapid Deployment Brigade, participate in amphibious reconnaissance training during Exercise Iron Fist 2020 on Marine Corps Base Camp Pendleton, California, Jan. 21. Iron Fist is an annual, bilateral training exercise between U.S. and Japanese forces that builds their combined ability to conduct amphibious and land-based contingency operations."
US Convoy of Military Vehicles Patrols Syria’s Tal Tamr
A convoy of U.S. armored vehicles patrols in the city of Tal Tamr, in the northeastern Hasakeh province, Friday, January 24.
U.S. Marines : Rifleman students buddy rush live-fire range
U.S. Marines with Charlie Company, Infantry Training Battalion, School of Infantry - West, conduct buddy rushes during the last live-fire range of the Rifleman Course at Range 208C on Marine Corps Base Camp Pendleton, California, Jan. 22, 2020. ITB trains, develops and certifies Marines as riflemen, as well as their primary military occupational specialty within the infantry field, before sending them to join the Fleet Marine Force. (U.S. Marine Corps Video by Lance Cpl. Anthony Alvarez)