Demolished vehicles line Highway 80 in 1991. U.S. Air Force photoAerial slaughter by World War I biplanes forever changed warfareby SEBASTIEN ROBLINOn the evening of Feb. 25, 1991, Iraqi soldiers and civilian workers fleeing American armored divisions began streaming down Kuwait’s Highway 80, heading for the Iraqi border. U.S. Navy planes spotted the miles-long traffic jam of trucks, buses, armored personnel carriers and tanks.
David Axe, The National Interest October 10, 2019 The Chinese military reportedly has decided to develop the air force's J-20 stealth fighter into a sea-based variant to fly from the navy's growing fleet of aircraft carriers. The Central Military Commission, the People's Liberation Army's top decision-making body, favors the J-20 over the smaller FC-31 stealth fighter design, according to the Hong Kong South China Morning Post.
By late 2018, Ali Bongo, the president of Gabon in West Africa, hadn’t appeared in public for many months after reportedly suffering a stroke. So it came as a surprise when a seemingly official video appeared online on New Year’s Day depicting Bongo, looking a bit disoriented, addressing the Gabonese people. Bongo’s rivals declared the video to be a “deepfake”—a sophisticated digital forgery. Bongo was dead or incapacitated, the opposition declared.