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August 9, 2012 12:00 AM

Pentagon gets U.S. military ready for its movie close-ups

The Defense Department has a relationship with the American movie industry that dates to 1911. It even has a price list for the rental of military equipment for films the military wants to support. Renting a B-1B long range bomber for an hour costs $50,529 for approved films.

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