A Russian Air Force Tupolev Tu-154B2 in 2008. (Wikimedia Commons/Kirill Naumenko)

A Russian surveillance jet based out of Travis Air Force Base in northern California has been enjoying access to restricted air space that are off limits to U.S. passenger planes since last week.

In turn, Russia has allowed U.S. spy planes to fly over its nation's most sensitive military bases.

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A drone that can fit in the palm of a soldier's hand will be flying with Army infantrymen sometime later this year.

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U.S. Army photo

First, there were stealth fighters that didn’t show up on radar. Now the Army wants uniforms that allow ground troops to escape the notice of electromagnetic eyes.

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Absolute PowerPoint corrupts — absolutely. Just ask the Air Force.

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On Tuesday, a Russian Su-27 fighter jet aggressively buzzed a P-8 Poseidon surveillance plane deployed by the U.S. Navy  over the Black Sea, Navy Times reports. The two aircraft flew in tandem just 20 feet apart for five minutes, one of the closer brushes between U.S. and Russian aircraft amid increasingly more frequent encounters in recent weeks

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