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Chinese ‘Punishment’ Military Drills Were a Test for Taiwan

Taipei criticized Beijing for damaging stability across the Taiwan Strait with “irrational provocation.” TAIPEI, TAIWAN — China wrapped up a two-day, large-scale military exercise Friday after its forces sent 111 aircraft and 46 naval vessels to areas around Taiwan. Taiwan’s National Defense Ministry said 82 Chinese military aircraft crossed the median …

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Mullahs Tell Iranians to Stop Celebrating Death of Raisi, ‘The Butcher of Tehran’

Raisi was aboard a helicopter that crashed in Iran’s mountainous northwest on its way back from the border with Azerbaijan.  The ruling mullahs in Tehran have demanded that people in Iran stop behaving gleefully over the death of President Ebrahim Raisi. Raisi and other senior officials when their helicopter crashed …

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New B-21 Stealth Bomber Appears in Flight: Air Force Shows Off the ‘Raider’

The new B-21 Raider stealth bomber continues its progress toward becoming the backbone of the United States’ bomber fleet. New images of the sixth-generation aircraft were released after a test flight at Edwards Air Force Base in California. Only last autumn, the United States Air Force (USAF) confirmed that the first …

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Smuggler Abandons Toddler Along River: ‘We Got There in Time,’ US Border Agent Says

This scenario plays out so often, our sources inside the Border Patrol tell us they watch for it closely and act quickly. In this incident from last spring, a one-year-old Guatemalan child was abandoned along the Colorado River in Arizona. As shown in the video below, a smuggler brought the …

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The Bachelor Party: A Marine Raced Against Time to Detach a Stripper From His Camaro

by Al Hagan In the early 1980s, I was in the Marine Corps, and a friend of mine who had gone into the Armywas getting married. We’d grown up together, and so I and others – lots of military – journeyedback home for the occasion. Naturally, this required a combination …

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WATCH: Coast Guard Rescues Leo the Dog

Call it a pawsome recovery. A dog named Leo fell from a 300-foot cliff in Oregon earlier this year. It didn’t look good for Leo, since he was injured, and the tide was rising. A rescue crew from U.S. Coast Guard Air Station Astoria quickly responded and arrived on scene, …

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Ty Carter Raced Through Withering Fire to Rescue a Wounded Soldier in the Battle of Kamdesh

by Katie Lange With the inside of an armored vehicle was the only thing keeping him safe from a hail of gunfire, Army Staff Sgt. Ty Carter had the courage to rescue a wounded comrade on the ground during an intense battle in Afghanistan. For his bravery and devotion, he …

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Russia’s Zircon Missiles: Here’s What They Can Do

Russian President Vladimir Putin claimed previously that he sent a frigate to the Atlantic Ocean armed with hypersonic cruise missiles. Putin said that he had armed a frigate with Zircon (Tsirkon) weapons. Here’s a look at what the missile can do. The Zircon explained. Please leave this field emptySubscribe to the …

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WATCH: How to Destroy a Decommissioned Ship

During live fire exercises off the coast of Luzon, the armed forces of the U.S., Philippines, and Australia teamed up to strike and destroy a decommissioned ship. Watch the process from start to finish.

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