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The CH-47 Chinook helicopter is a twin-engine, tandem rotor, cargo helicopter. The Chinook helicopter's primary missions are movement of ammunition, repair parts, petroleum and tactical movement of artillery, troops, and special weapons on the battlefield.
F-15C Eagle aircraft of the 58th Tactical Fighter Squadron takeoff on deployment to Saudi Arabia during Operation Desert Shield.
An SH-60F Helicopter assigned to Helicopter Anti-Submarine Squadron Two (HS-2) "Golden Falcons," makes an approach to an unprepared landing zone in the Republic of Korea during exercises conducted in conjunction with Operation Foal Eagle.
The Navy began construction of Seawolf class submarines in 1989. Seawolf is designed to be exceptionally quiet, fast well-armed with advanced sensors. It is a multi-mission vessel, capable of deploying to forward ocean areas to search out and destroy enemy submarines and surface ships and to fire missiles in support of other forces.
Intended to provide open-ocean escort of supply convoys and amphibious warfare ships in a low- to medium-threat environment, the O.H. Perry Class Guided Missile Frigate lacks the ability to perform multiple-threat missions or to survive independently in high threat situations.
Soldiers from the 2nd Infantry Division get some live-fire practice time in their M1 Abrams Main Battle Tank.
The M60A1 Vehicle Launched Bridge is an armored vehicle used for launching and retrieving a 60-foot scissors-type bridge. The AVLB consists of three major sections: the launcher, the hull, and the bridge.
Approved for production in 1990, the M1A2 Tank represents a technological improvement of the basic M1A1 design.
The AAVR7A1 is an armored assault amphibious full-tracked vehicle. The vehicle is designed to recover similar or smaller size vehicles.
A 155 mm high-explosive artillery shell is blasted skyward in the Al Anbar Province of Iraq. Capable of impacting targets as far as 18 miles away, the unit’s M198 Howitzers were fired to help the Marines both hone their skills with the weapon and obtain an accurate battle sight zero.
Silhouetted against the sun, a Soldier communicates via radio while performing security for a patrol through the village of Al Asyria, Iraq.
SGT Danny Rogers, a 25th Military Police Company dog handler, is "attacked" by a military working dog, during a training exercise at Bagram Airfield.
F/A-18D from VMFA(AW)-533 delivers 4 Mk-83 bombs on a target in Australia during the squadron's UDP in 2004-2005.
WMSL-753 USCGC HAMILTON being built at Huntington Ingalls in Pascagoula, Mississippi
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