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Past articles by Kyle:

Boeing to Stop Production of Super Hornet Jet: F/A-18E/F Ending

Boeing will soon end production on the F/A-18E/F Strike Fighter—unless India steps in. → Read More

China May Give Weapons to Russia. Here’s What It Might Send

Russia desperately needs more arms to continue its war in Ukraine, and may get them from China next. There’s only one problem: Russia’s already lost the war. → Read More

Missing USS Albacore Submarine Finally Found After 79 Years

The missing WWII submarine’s exact resting place was unknown—until now. → Read More

Russian Man Offers Military Secrets to U.S., Seeking Asylum

A Russian man is ready to spill secrets to the U.S. about Russia's stealth "White Swan" bomber. He’s offering the valuable intel in exchange for asylum. → Read More

Russia Retires the Last of ‘The Hunt for Red October’ Submarines

A titan of the seas, Dmitri Donskoy sails into the sunset. → Read More

Chinese Spy Balloon Flying Over Montana: Is It a Threat?

A Chinese spy balloon is flying over Montana, though China calls it a weather device. It’s a violation of U.S. airspace. Should the Pentagon shoot it down? → Read More

How Does Sonar Work? It Depends on Your Need for Stealth

In the world of submarine warfare, it pays to listen. → Read More

War Thunder Classified Documents: Gamers Leak F-16 Secrets

Whoops, War Thunder gamers accidentally leaked sensitive F-16 secrets online. This isn’t the first time the community has shared classified data to win battles. → Read More

Congress Wants the Coast Guard to Make ‘Duck’ Tour Boats Safer

The 2023 defense budget mandates that the WWII-era amphibious vehicles must be made safe for civilian use. → Read More

Russia Builds First Batch of Nuclear Poseidon Torpedoes: Report

Poseidon is meant to attack cities and ports with a multi-megaton thermonuclear bomb. → Read More

Ground-Launched Small Diameter Bomb: Ukraine May Get New HIMARS Bomb

The Pentagon may arm Ukraine with the Ground-Launched Small Diameter Bomb, which combines an air-dropped precision-guided bomb with the HIMARS rocket system. → Read More

Global Combat Air Program: A New Fighter For Japan, Italy, U.K.

The jet will become the first sixth-generation fighter for both Europe and Asia. → Read More

The V-280 Valor Will Become the Army’s Next-Gen Assault Transport

It will supplement, and eventually replace, the UH-60 Blackhawk. → Read More

China’s New Submarine-Launched Missile Can Reach the Western U.S.

The new JL-3 nuclear-tipped missile can only reach about a third of the United States, but it’s enough. → Read More

Did a Ukrainian Sniper Make the World’s Second-Farthest Kill?

Although the shot was difficult, it was not impossible, and the claim may well be true. Here are the facts. → Read More

This Is How Much it Actually Costs to Fly U.S. Military Aircraft

A new report from the Government Accountability Office outlines just how expensive it is to operate military aircraft. → Read More

Why Modern Torpedoes Are Still So Damn Tough To Defend Against

The emerging consensus is that nothing stops a torpedo like blasting it to bits ... with more torpedoes. → Read More

U.S. Navy Jet Returns to Fleet After Midair Collision 5 Years Ago

For half a decade, the EA-18G Growler was considered a write-off. → Read More

Is Russia About to Test Its Nuclear ‘Apocalypse’ Torpedo?

Italian news agency La Repubblica claimed NATO had warned of an imminent test of the Russian nuclear torpedo Poseidon. Here’s why that’s unlikely (for now). → Read More

Russia Attacked Ukraine with Waves of Iranian ‘Kamikaze’ Drones

The attacks seem calculated to deprive Ukrainians of critical resources as winter approaches. → Read More