Boeing's C-17 Globemaster III isn't a particularly sexy airplane. The long-haul cargo jet can fly over 6,000 miles without refueling, taking tanks, troops, and cargo from America to airfields far away. It's a big, powerful truck of a plane, whose role in fighting wars is a lot more important than some other, flashier designs, but it's not a design anyone puts at the top of their list for what to steal. Until they do. Yesterday, the U.S. Justice Department said Su Bin, a Chinese national in arrested in Canada in 2014, plead guilty to "conspiring to hack and steal" plans for the C017 Globemaster, as well as other sensitive American military jets.