The common image of the U.S. Marine Corps in Vietnam is a scene with Leathernecks on the ground, holding off—and beating back—a larger enemy force. But Marines in Southeast Asia who fought their country’s battles did so, as the Corps’ hymn states, not only “on land and sea” but also “in the air.”

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The force design plan has led to the Corps eliminating tanks, a future reduction in traditional tube artillery, along with a restructure of Marine Corps infantry to make it smaller, lighter, and more mobile. (Cpl. Brendan Custer/Marine Corps)

How Powerful the New F-15EX Fighter jet.

Boeing’s F-15EX is the most cost-effective, ready, advanced solution to meet U.S. Air Force capacity requirements and add the capability to the fleet. Driven by Boeing’s active production line, the next-generation jet enables pilots and mechanics to transition in a matter of days as opposed to years while delivering unmatched total life cycle costs. The U.S. Air Force is buying brand new Eagles to fly alongside the F-22 and

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