The new 240 FVS Machine Gun Suppressor attached to an M24 machine gun that Radical Firearms displayed on the floor of SHOT Show, January 22, 2020. (Military.com/Matthew Cox)

Editor's Note: This article by Matthew Cox originally appeared on Military.com, a leading source of news for the military and veteran community.

LAS VEGAS -- Radical Firearms has unveiled its new machine-gun suppressor, which was recently selected to be evaluated under a Joint Special Operations Command (JSOC) program.

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The Defense Department just took a major step towards making the dream of a flying drone carrier a reality.

The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency's air-launched and recoverable X-61A Gremlins Air Vehicle finally conducted a maiden flight in November 2019, Gremlin contractor Dynetics announced on Friday.

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Russian President Vladimir Putin during a missile test (Reuters photo)

Editor's Note: This article originally appeared on Business Insider.

Russia is in the process of developing a new hypersonic cruise missile — the 3M22 Zircon (Tsirkon), but the weapon is currently suffering from "childhood diseases," the Russian navy's top admiral revealed to Russian media, The War Zone first reported.

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The maiden flight of the first CMV-22B Osprey took place in Amarillo, Texas (Courtesy photo)

The first of the CMV-22B Osprey tiltrotor aircraft the Navy plans on adopting as its carrier onboard delivery (COD) aircraft of choice has successfully completed its first flight operations, manufacturer Boeing announced on Tuesday.

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The face of a killer. (Flickr/Veesees)

Editor's Note: This article by Blake Stilwell originally appeared on Military.com, a leading source of news for the military and veteran community.

Iran has some surprising weapons at its disposal. In a 2002 U.S. military exercise that pitted Iran against an invasion from an American task force, the general in command of the opposition was retired Lt. Gen. Paul Van Riper. He used motorcycles, small fast-attack boats, land-based missile batteries and even suicide attacks against the Americans.

But he apparently forgot to use Iran's killer dolphin units.

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A Bradley Fighting Vehicle firing a TOW missile (DoD photo via Wikimedia Commons)

The Bradley Fighting Vehicle has serviced the United States military for nearly four decades, but the service, try as it might, can't seem to effectively develop a replacement.

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