These Are The Most Expensive Military Vehicles in the World

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1. F-22 Raptor – USA: The F-22 Raptor is a twin-engine, single-seat, all-weather tactical pocket-rocket that was developed for the US Air Force. 

2. Seawolf-Class Submarine – USA: The Seawolf-class is an SSN class that the U.S. Navy uses. 29 were scheduled for construction.

3. B-2 Spirit – USA: The B-2 Spirit is well known for being one of the stealthiest aircraft that the US Air Force has on its roster.

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4. Queen Elizabeth-Class Aircraft Carrier: The Queen Elizabeth class consists of two aircraft carriers, one named after Queen Elizabeth.

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5. FA-18 Hornet – Canada: Originally made by McDonnell Douglas, the Hornet is the Canadian version of the American F/A 18-Hornet.

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6. A-10 Warthog – USA: The A-10 Thunderbolt II is better known by its nickname the Warthog (or, simply, “The Hog”). 

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7. Virginia Class Submarine – USA: Virginia class submarines benefit from America’s newest technologies.

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8. Charles De Gaulle Aircraft Carrier – France: The Charles de Gaulle is the French Navy’s flagship, and it was amazing that it was completed.

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9. Astute Class Submarine – UK: The Astute class of submarines is the latest in service with the UK’s Royal Navy. These SSNs have upgraded.

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10. Cavour Aircraft Carrier – Italy: Cavour is the lead ship of the Italian Navy – and for good reason. It was commissioned in March of 2008.

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11. Black Hawk Helicopter – USA: Black Hawk, designed by Sikorsky, was named after a Native American warrior of the same name.

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12. Soryu Class Submarine – Japan: The Soryu class of submarines are attack submarines that run on a mix of diesel and electric power. 

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13. Apache Helicopter – USA: Boeing’s highly-prized Apache was first flown on September 30, 1975, before entering into the US Army.

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