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U.S. Soldiers with 4th Squadron, 2nd Cavalry Regiment (2CR) prepare to conduct a live fire exercise using the 30mm Stryker Infantry Carrier Vehicle-Dragoon at the 7th Army Training Command's Grafenwoehr Training Area, Germany, Feb. 20, 2018.

The US Army built upgunned Strykers to take on Russia, but these hard-hitting armored vehicles may have a fatal flaw

A recent Pentagon report revealed that the Army's new Strykers are vulnerable to cyberattacks, a serious weakness when facing threats from Russia.
An FIM-92 Stinger missile is fired from an Army Avenger vehicle at the Eglin Air Force Base range, April 20, 2017.

The US Army is gearing up for a potential fight with Russia, and it just put a crucial defensive weapon back in Europe permanently

The Army shed its air-defense units 15 years ago. Now with concerns about a great-power fight growing, it's bringing them back.

The US Army is looking to put a massive 40mm cannon on its Bradleys and Strykers

The 40mm Cased Telescoped Cannon is up to four times more powerful than a 30mm cannon.

Special forces vehicles could soon have a new, more lethal guided-rocket system

Unguided rockets have been a mainstay on aircraft over the battlefield for decades; now guided versions of them may be mounted on vehicles.

Watch the Army test upgraded armor vehicles meant to counter increased Russian firepower

New variants of the Stryker infantry carrier are meant to help US and partner forces counter growing Russian firepower.
Locals of Nachod, Czechia, watch the 2nd Cavalry Regiment prepare to cross the Czech-Polish border during their Stryker convoy movement to Lithuania during US Army Europe's Saber Strike 18 exercise, May 30, 2018.

The US Army is taking part in a massive exercise to practice moving around Europe, and 4 of its Strykers ran into each other in Lithuania

The US and NATO have put renewed emphasis on mobility in Europe, and such movements are a focus of Exercise Saber Strike 18.