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AH-64E Apache Block III: Evolving Battlefield Roles

AH-64E Apache Block III: Evolving Battlefield Roles

AH-64 in Afghanistan (click to view full) The AH-64 Apache will remain the US Army's primary armed helicopter for several more decades, thanks to the collapse of the RAH-66 Comanche program, and the retirement sans replacement of the US Army's Armed Reconnaissance...

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ER/MP Gray Eagle: Enhanced MQ-1C Predators for the Army

ER/MP Gray Eagle: Enhanced MQ-1C Predators for the Army

ER/MP, armed (click to view full) Its initial battles were fought within the Pentagon, but the US Army's high-end UAV has made its transition to the battlefield. The ER/MP program was part of the US Army's reinvestment of dollars from the canceled RAH-66 Comanche...

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MQ-9 Reaper: Unfettered for Export

MQ-9 Reaper: Unfettered for Export

0 Reaper, ready... (click to view full) The MQ-9 Reaper UAV, once called "Predator B," is somewhat similar to the famous Predator. Until you look at the tail. Or its size. Or its weapons. It's called "Reaper" for a reason: while it packs the same surveillance gear,...

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Tomahawk’s Chops: xGM-109 Block IV Cruise Missiles

Tomahawk’s Chops: xGM-109 Block IV Cruise Missiles

Block IV Cutaway (click to view full) Block IV Tomahawk is the current generation of the Tomahawk family of cruise missiles. The BGM-109 Tomahawk family began life in the 1980s as sub-sonic, low-flying nuclear strike weapons, before being developed into long-range...

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