Donald Trump said he was "sending an armada" to North Korea. He lied.

Trump said he was sending a "very powerful" armada to North Korea, but it was actually going in the opposite direction.

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Russia begins withdrawing forces from Syria, according to state-run news agency

An aircraft carrier is the first thing to go.
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China Now Has a Stealth Drone — What Does That Mean For America?

The aircraft is reportedly similar to the U.S. Navy's own X-47B drone.
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5 Insanely Wasteful Projects the Pentagon is Spending Your Money On

Forget the $16 muffin: our nation's military is throwing away jaw-dropping amounts of your money for projects leading nowhere.
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We Watched the Twin Towers Fall — Nobody Could Imagine What Came Next

For my classmates, the wars have been background noise. For me, they directed the course of nearly my entire adult life.
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Are Unmanned "Stealth" Drones the Future Of Modern Warfare?

The groundbreaking advances in drone warfare this week may not threaten "robot warfare" just yet, and deserve more serious, careful, and realistic scrutiny than is being afforded.

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U.S. Navy Drones: Obama's Obsession Continues with First Ever Launch off Aircraft Carrier

On Tuesday the U.S. Navy successfully launched a drone of an aircraft carrier for the first time. This is a worrying signal of the impending expansion of America's unmanned capabilities.
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China J 15 Fighter Jet: Chinese Officials Defend New Fighter As Chinese Original, But Questions Remain

Recently, China rebuked critics who say that the PLA Navy's new fighter is a knockoff fighter built on Russian and US technology. China claims that the accusation is slanderous and false.
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Chinese Aircraft Carrier: The New Liaoning Carrier Points to Rising Chinese Power in Asia

China is conducting naval exercises on the Lianoning, its first aircraft carrier. It's a signal to its regional neighbors that China can, and will, defend its interests at sea.
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There Was a Russian Nuclear Sub in the Gulf of Mexico On Tuesday, And This is Normal

The Russian Akula submarine found roving the Gulf of Mexico is not surprising. It can be explained if put in the context of Russia's traditional foreign policy style.
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Syria Civil War Deepens as Russia Deploys Warships and Marines to Support Assad

In a fairly blunt show of force, Russia sent in its warships and marines to bolster the Assad regime and ensure the survival of its client state.

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Railgun and Stealth Technology Make Navy DDG-1000 Super Ship the Weapon of the Future

The DDG-1000's large price tag and limited numbers in an age of austerity make it a dubious investment now — but not in the long term.
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Are the U.S. and China Getting Closer to Cold War 2.0?

The South China Sea may be the next flashpoint in global conflict.
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Defense Planning in 2012 Must Be More Strategic

With President Obama's shift in strategic focus to Asia, the U.S defense debate must extend beyond simply the need to cut spending.
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No Need to Panic About Chinese Aircraft Carrier

A U.S. company recently photographed China's new aircraft carrier performing sea trials in the Yellow Sea, opening the debate of whether or not there should be security concerns
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Doubts Raised Over Cost of British Aircraft Carriers

Despite cost concerns, the Royal Navy should continue to push ahead with this important military project.