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ASVAB Question of the Week: August 24, 2016

Here is our ASVAB practice question for this week - we'll be posting the answer tomorrow!

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Video: Final Flight of an Apache Pilot - Awesome!

Final Flight in an Apache for Peter Gordijn
Peter Gordijn, a Dutch Apache helicopter pilot and author of the book "Wakker!" ("Awake!") takes us along for the ride during his final flight as an Apache pilot.

While we've seen quite a few low-level flights in fast jets, low-level has a different meaning to a helicopter pilot. For these guys, low-level means making groundhogs duck (do they have groundhogs in the Netherlands?) and looking up at bushes!

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ASVAB Question of the Week: August 17, 2016

Here is our practice ASVAB question for this week - check the comments below for the answer!

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ASVAB Question of the Week: August 10, 2016

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ASVAB Question of the Week: August 3, 2016

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Looking for more ASVAB practice? We have two sample tests, along with an archive of all these weekly questions stretching back to 2013 on our ASVAB Info page!

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F-35A Declared Operational

Yesterday, Tuesday, Aug. 2, the Air Force declared the F-35A had reached IOC - initial operational capability. This means that the Air Force can now send the Air Force's first F-35 squadron, the 34th Fighter Squadron from Hill Air Force Base, Utah, into combat operations anywhere in the world.

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Video: C-17 Airdrop of 8 Humvees

Humvee airdrop from a C-17

The US military operates in a wide variety of locations across the world, and one of its most important assets is its ability to move men and material massive distances. One of the best tools for this is the enormous C-17 Globemaster - an aircraft which can carry over 130 soldiers, 36 litters for wounded soldiers, or a wide assortment of vehicles - including tanks, Humvees, and even helicopters!

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