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Britain’s newest and most powerful warship is heading back to the US to kick off operational training with US F-35 jets
HMS Queen Elizabeth will return to the US in late 2019, Business Insider understands.
US stealth jets train for high-end combat in the Pacific, as a furious China flaunts ‘carrier killer’ missiles
F-22 fighters and B-2 bombers are the US's most high-end platforms, designed to work as "door kickers," or the opening punch in a war.
China may be in the midst of one of the dumbest military moves of the 21st century if its own rhetoric on naval warfare is to be trusted.
US Navy warships just challenged China with a South China Sea sail-by operation, and Beijing is furious
China expressed outrage Monday after the US Navy sent two guided-missile destroyers to challenge China in the hotly contested Spratly Islands.
Britain is ramping up its stand-off with China by deploying its only aircraft carrier to the South China Sea
UK Defense Secretary Gavin Williamson made the announcement and said: "British and American F35s will be embedded in the carrier's air wing."
With both an air-to-air and an air-to-ground mission, a mysterious new bomber may be the missing link in China's vision of air dominance over the US.
China’s new ‘carrier killer’ video is a treasure trove of military intel that should worry the US Navy
The unprecedented video offered a treasure trove of military intelligence to the US about the DF-26, including that US carriers are at grave risk.
The US Army wants a powerful cannon that can hit Chinese warships in the South China Sea from 1,000 miles away
The Army wants a cannon that can fire a round over 1,000 miles, and one reason would be to fire on Chinese warships in the South China Sea.
US to tweak its aircraft carrier weapons to help Marines take South China Sea islands in a missile fight
Marine Corps leaders concluded that current battle formations wouldn't hold up to a massive battle against China.
The US and British navies have joined forces for the first time in the South China Sea, risking Beijing’s fury
The US and British navies, both of which have run afoul of Beijing in the South China Sea, have held their first joint military exercises in the disputed waterway.