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File:USS Wasp (CVS-18) with Anti-submarine TG Bravo 1961.jpg

File:USS Wasp (CVS-18) with Anti-submarine TG Bravo 1961.jpg

This is an actual fly by during deployment of the Nuclear Aircraft Carrier USS Stennis. The pilot was grounded for 30 days, but he likes the picture and thinks it was worth it.

This is an actual fly by during deployment of the Nuclear Aircraft Carrier USS Stennis. The pilot was grounded for 30 days, but he likes the picture and thinks it was worth it. JESUS GOT HIM.

A-10 Warthog, P-51 Mustang. F-16 Eagle, F-4 Phantom  Except there is no such thing as an F-16 Eagle. It is called a Fighting Falcon. The F-15 is called a Strike Eagle.

Eagle, Phantom Except there is no such thing as an Eagle. It is called a Fighting Falcon. The is called a Strike Eagle.

#Stealth #Drone #X-47B

New View of stealthy drone X-47B

This stealthy unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) is the size of a fighter jet, and will be taking off and landing from the deck of an aircraft carrier. This is an unusual overhead view of the scary looking plane, which was mistaken for a UFO at least once.

The A-10's sexy ass 7 barrel Gatling

Although the can carry considerable disposable stores, its primary built-in weapon is the 30 mm Avenger Gatling gun. One of the most powerful aircraft cannon ever flown, it fires large depleted uranium armor-piercing shells.

- MUSTANG,Has to be one of the most beautiful planes to take to the skies !

Lady Libery by @nydrayton #newyorkcityfeelings #nyc #newyork

Six USAF Thunderbird Fighting Falcons Fighter Aircraft Poster . flying over Lady Liberty, New York City.

Sailors from the aircraft carrier USS Dwight D. Eisenhower jump into the North Arabian Sea.

21 stunning photos prove the US Navy and US Marine Corps have the best diving boards and swimming pools

During swim calls, they are given permission to swim near the US vessel while onlookers keep an eye out for sharks.

Half Tracks / Aerial Vehicles A pair of U.S. Marine Corps Bell Boeing MV-22B Ospreys from the VMM-363 “Red Lions” at Devils Tower, Wyoming.

A pair of U. Marine Corps Bell Boeing Ospreys of the “Red Lions” at Devils Tower, Wyoming. This photo by Ted Carlson was an honorable mention in the 2013 Vertical Photo Contest. by kristy

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