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Scientists create a miniature jet belt to attach to the soldier.
8/21/2012 - The Air Force provided many displays to inform
The Mobile Counter-Improvised Explosive Device Interactive Trainer, or MCIT for short, is a state-of-the-art, immersive training system that navigates trainees from familiarization and testing to performance-based simulations. It is housed in four modified conex containers—each featuring a unique training module using video storytelling and multimedia technology to get perspectives from both friendly and enemy forces.
Cpl. Neil Sookdeo, a Rifleman with the Marine Corps Shooting Team, discusses his story of learning the sport of competitive shooting from Marines, before going on to become one and serve overseas.
Sgt Marco Comisso recently visited with a Basic Sniper Course conducted at CFB Petawawa. Come behind the scenes with these amazing professionals! — at Canadian Forces Base Petawawa.
The Commanding General of 1st Marine Division (Forward), Afghanistan says the U.S. military’s role will be drastically different in Afghanistan over the next few years.
The twin-engine, all-weather, day or night F/A-18 Hornet is used for fighter escort, enemy air defense suppression, reconnaissance, air control, and the calling card of Marine Aviation: close air support.
The Contingency Aeromedical Staging Facility is responsible for transporting wounded service members from the Craig Joint Theater hospital at Bagram airfield to awaiting medevac aircraft. The program is run by medical technicians, but it relies on of volunteers to help get the job done twenty-four/seven.
Marine Light Attack Helicopter Squadron 469, “Vengeance,” demonstrates the value of close-air-support in Afghanistan. Video by Cpl. Lisa Tourtelot.
Marines are adaptable, versatile, and reliable, and the LAV has earned the same reputation, combining speed, maneuverability, and firepower.
Good Job to all the MARINES that participated in RIMPAC 2012
Capable of destroying most light-armored vehicles, the MK19 Mod 3 Automatic Grenade Launcher can even defend against hovering rotary aircraft; the MK19 rapidly fires explosive 40mm grenades from a tripod-mounted position or a vehicle mount—learn more at [http://www.marines.com/operating-forces/equipment/weapons/mark19].
SSBN - Submarine. Ballistic. Nuclear. This is the USS Maine.
Afghan National Army soldiers assigned to the 2nd Kandak conduct weapons maintenance and training at Forward Operating Base Airborne, Afghanistan.
The Marines and Sailors of Company G., Battalion Landing Team 2nd Battalion, 1st Marine Regiment, 31st Marine Expeditionary Unit, conduct fast rope insertion training using CH-46E Sea Knight helicopters from Marine Medium Helicopter Squadron 262 Reinforced. The training is to raise the proficiency of the Marines in the insertion technique - 07.27.2012
Royal Australian Air Force conducts weapons trials with JSOW (Joint Stand-Off Weapon).
If you have to travel light and still pack a mean punch, then the Accuracy International AS-50 may be the sniper rifle for you.
July 31, 2012
Basic cadets get some chemical warfare training.
TOW 2B Aero missile.
Tactical loaded T-72 tank at 4.2km.
Uploaded July 27, 2012
Latin for “always faithful,” Semper Fidelis became the Marine Corps motto in 1883. It guides Marines to remain faithful to the mission at hand, to each other, to the Corps and to country, no matter what.
Posted July 26, 2012
The M1 Garand was one of the greatest combat rifles in history.
Watch TRIGGERS Wednesdays @ 10pm | For more, visit http://military.discovery.com/tv/triggers/#mkcpgn=ytmil1
Marines with the 31st Marine Expeditionary Unit recently conducted a live-fire exercise during Exercise Hamel 2012, in the Australian bush. Cpl. Jonathan Wright brings us the story.
Experience the best explosions from Season 1 of Triggers!
Marines decide that they would give the hit song “Call me maybe” a try with a little choreograph of their own while in Afghanistan. Ooorah!
Posted: July 20, 2012
Wil tests the STG-44’s accuracy by taking it through a series of tests.
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