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The Marine Corps had to hire a falconer to keep seagulls from harassing recruits at boot camp
Marine Corps Recruit Depot San Diego has turned to a California-based falconry service to chase away Western gulls interfering with training spaces at boot camp
The Navy is working on bird internet
Communications networks made up of Internet-enabled "biological nodes" like birds and dogs outfitted with wireless technology could function as transient network hubs for military personnel in contested battlefields, according to Navy research
A bird beat up a Marine Corps F-35B fighter, causing at least $2 million in damages
A Marine Corps F-35B Joint Strike Fighter was recently forced to abort take-off after a surprise bird strike, Maj. Eric Flanagan, a spokesman for 1st Marine Aircraft Wing, told Marine Corps Times
Air Force Academy Mascot Suffered ‘Life-Threatening Injuries’ During West Point Prank
One of the Air Force Academy's live falcon mascots sustained “life-threatening injuries” after it was stolen from an Air Force...
How A Flock Of Birds And Mechanical Failure Downed A B-52 Stratofortress Bomber In Guam
Nearly one year after a B-52H Stratofortress bomber crashed shortly after takeoff at Andersen Air Force Base in Guam, the...