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An F/A-18C Hornet assigned to the "Rough Raiders" of Strike Fighter Squadron One Two Five (VFA-125) flies over the Nimitz-class aircraft carrier USS John C. Stennis (CVN 74).
The M109A6 is self propelled 155 mm howitzer. It contains an on board ballistic computer and navigation system, secure radio communications, an improved cannon and gun mount, automatic gun positioning, automotive improvements and driver night vision equipment.
Combat Medic Memorial at the AMEDD Museum, Fort Sam Houston, Texas.
The nine Snowbirds planes in a V formation as they make a pass in front of the spectators at 'Snowbirds Over Anderson, S.C.' on May 7, 2008.
With the aid of their Light Armored Vehicle Two Five (LAV-25), these Marines can undertake a number of missions, to include facilitating reconnaissance, artillery direction and ‘hit and run missions.’
Map of USNTC  BAINBRIDGE as shown in 1951 informational brochures of the base.
Lincoln Memorial
Pentagon 9/11 Memorial Grounds in Arlington,Virginia.A very Humbling and Holy place to be.
General Dwight D. Eisenhower did not announce the Allied landings on the coast of France until 3:30 a.m on June 6, 1944. As the last edition of the day, this 6:00 a.m. extra edition of The New York Times carried the most complete D-Day coverage of any morning newspaper world-wide, replete with text and detailed maps of the Normandy. In addition to Raymond Daniel's lead story, the front page includes NBC's Wright Bryan's coverage from a U.S. Ninth Air Force plane, providing one of the first eyewitness accounts of the airborne invasion.

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