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Since 1955, American air defence has tracked a single intruder who comes on December 24.
The Miles M.20 was built of wood and had similar performance to the Spitfire and Hurricane, but had twice the range and ammunition.
The Kachin Independence Army has been heavily attacked by the Burma military since 2011. Despite this the KIA remains a formidable force.
Jaguar was to combine the best of American and Chinese defence industries - high tech with cheap manufacture. But it was doomed by timing.
The Hawker Henley is an interesting “what if” aircraft. Used as a target tug, it was designed to be a dive bomber. Did the RAF miss out?
British high tech company Iceni labs has produced a handheld scanner that lets operators see through walls!
Colombian Drug Running Submarines Continue to Increase in Size and Sophistication – Handy Shipping Guide
Latest Seizure Reveals Heavyweight Electric Submersibles Being Built in Jungle
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