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10 photos from strategypage.com from 10 May 2013 year

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1. Submarine dallas en route



Groton, Connecticut (3 May 2013 of the year) The USS Dallas Los Angeles attack nuclear submarine (SSN 700) leaves the submarine base in New London on scheduled patrols. (Photo by Lt. Jeffrey Prunera, US Navy)

2. Modular landing pontoon


A CH-47 helicopter pilot, Chinook, is preparing to install a modular amphibious pontoon segment on the Chatchuche River during a demonstration in Fort Benning, GA of 24 on April 2013. (Photo by Patrick Albright, US Army)

3. The first landing of the coastal X-47B


Naval Air Station Patuxent River, Maryland (4 on May 2013 of the year), a demonstrator of the Unmanned aerial combat system (UCAS) X-47B makes its first landing as a coastal base. The unmanned aerial vehicle uses a brake hook to engage the MK-7 arrestor. This type of braking is required when boarding an aircraft carrier. (Photo courtesy of Northrop Grumman)

4. Filling the basket


Naval Base District VENTURA COUNTY POINT MUGU, California (3-th May 2013-th year). Senior Marine Specialist Jay Okonek (Jay Okonek), left and 1-grade Marine Specialist Jason Blase, both assigned to Merlin’s third helicopter maritime combat squadron (HSC 3) help guide pilots when filling the 360-gallon basket into fire-fighting time near the Ventura County Naval Base (NBVC). Three helicopters from San Diego, the third and twenty-first helicopter naval combat squadrons provide fire support in the NBVC. (Photo by Mass Media First Class Specialist Chris Fahey, US Navy)

5. From the desert


Take-off of the C-17 Globemaster III 386 military expedition expedition wing of the 21 Air Force in April 2013, South-West Asia. C-17 is the newest, most flexible cargo aircraft belonging to the Airborne Forces and is capable of fast strategic delivery of troops and all types of cargo to the main operational bases or directly to the forward bases in the areas of their deployment. C-17 deployed at Dover, Delaware airbase (Photo by Senior Sergeant George Thompson, USAF)

6.Open loopholes!


Charlestown, Massachusetts (1 on May 2013) 2 class foreman Justin Howard from Phoenix, left and sailor Samantha Hurtado from Delano, California, wipe the slitshote during tidying on board a sailboat. Constitution. Sailors recently reopened ship loopholes in preparation for the summer season during which daily thousands of visitors can visit the Old Battleship. (Photo by 2 mass communication specialist Peter D. Melkus, United States Navy)

7. Osprey direction


Pacific (April 23rd, 2013) traffic controller aviation Boatswain crew Katie Glendy assigned to the San Antoni Anchorage class docking ship (LPD 23) directs the take-off of the MV-22 Osprey convertiplane assigned to the one hundred and sixty-first marine mid-range convertiplane squadron (VMM) on the flight deck of the Anchorage dock ship ( LPD 23). San Diego Air Department sailors are upgrading their skills on board Anchorage while he is on the move. Anchorage is sent to the same city of Anchorage in Alaska to participate in the ceremony on the occasion of its adoption on May 4th. (Photo by 1st Class Specialist James R. Evans, United States Navy)

8. Seahawk at sunset


A HH-60H Seahawk helicopter flies over the flight deck of a U.S. Navy carrier Dwight Eisenhower in the North Arabian Sea at sunset on April 29, 2013. Eisenhower deployed as part of 5th American fleetwhose responsibility is to promote the safety of maritime operations and support missions as part of Operation Enduring Freedom. (Photo by 3rd Class Communications Specialist Andrew Schneider, US Navy)

9. Bar to receive customers ready


The HC-130J Combat King II tanker conducts air refueling during the Angel Thunder 2013 11 exercise on April 2013 of the year near the Davis-Montana airbase, Arizona. HC-130J is assigned to the 79 th rescue squadron of the Davis-Montan airbase. (Photo by Liz Kaszinsky (Liz Kaszynski), USAF)

10. Dashing pilot


Pacific Ocean (24 April 2013 year) carrier-based F / A-18E Super Hornet of the fourteenth Tophatters fighter squadron ("dashing pilots") during flights over the USS aircraft carrier John C. Stennis (CVN 74). John K. Stennis, an aircraft carrier strike group, is returning from an eight-month deployment in the area of ​​responsibility of the US 5 and 7 fleets. (Photo by Mass Media Specialist Ignacio D. Perez, US Navy)
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  1. Canep
    Canep 13 May 2013 08: 15
    +7
    Welcome professor. In the 6th photograph, do American sailors adopt low-cost military equipment?
    1. Papakiko
      Papakiko 13 May 2013 09: 37
      +1
      Quote: Canep
      In the 6th photograph, American sailors are adopting low-cost military equipment

      Smiled wink good .
      Herr Professor didn’t accidentally attach No. 6
      I agree with the basic idea that the "mattress" is ready, like a cat lick causal places in order to save the budget. They are engaged and are engaged in "sequestration", for their 100 * 500 exercises we will answer with 2 (West 2013 and Assistance to the CSTO) !!! crying
    2. tlauicol
      tlauicol 13 May 2013 09: 58
      0
      and on the 4th test the new PLO system :)).
      In general, they should sink 3-4 Spruyens in the exercises - just spit, of course
    3. Professor
      13 May 2013 10: 05
      10
      The story of the Americans is not as ancient and rich as that of other countries and peoples, but how they cherish it and honor it is necessary to learn from them. I visited many museums there, mainly military ones, I take off my hat.
      1. Phantom Revolution
        Phantom Revolution 13 May 2013 10: 07
        +2
        Quote: Professor
        The story of the Americans is not as ancient and rich as that of other countries and peoples, but how they cherish it and honor it is necessary to learn from them. I visited many museums there, mainly military ones, I take off my hat.

        So cherished that they do not know the geography and history of the world. And they don’t really know their story. There are museums, but they will not replace the lessons of History, in the USSR there was education, and everyone knew their own and the stranger.
        1. Professor
          13 May 2013 10: 17
          +2
          Quote: Phantom Revolution
          And they don’t really know their story

          Did they inform you on foreign forums? Again decided to troll. Not ate yesterday? Today I will not feed you; bear with you until tomorrow. bully
          1. Canep
            Canep 13 May 2013 10: 42
            +5
            What is interesting, they know their story, it is not so rich. Over the past 20 years, we have had more events than they have over 200. But they don’t know the geography. After the bombings in Boston, the network was an interview with a Russian schoolboy who is studying in Boston elite school. Geography, he says, is taught by a basketball player, he reads everything according to the textbook.
            1. Professor
              13 May 2013 10: 46
              -7
              They also know geography, fairy tales are all. Look at geography exams for their high school.
              I will not tell how in the SA some fighters on the map were looking for the capital of the USSR.
              1. komsomolets
                komsomolets 13 May 2013 11: 04
                +3
                Professor, I want to ask you why you are so zealous in protecting them — they saved your life or borrowed money. Oh yes, I completely forgot, it’s only you borrowed money. Do you work on Saturdays?
                1. Professor
                  13 May 2013 11: 18
                  +1
                  Professor, I want to ask you why you are so zealously defending them - they saved your life, or they lent money.

                  I zealously defend no one. I have an excellent idea of ​​the difference in the level of education in public cheekbones and privet cheekbones. I can not stand the lies and urapatriots of all countries of the world. Unlike many, I studied here both in the Soviet system of education and in the West, and therefore I can compare. In the West, for example, they study at the Polytechnic as we do in the USSR before the session; there is no relaxation at all.

                  Oh yes, I completely forgot, it's only you borrowing money.

                  Have you decided to practice osllamia? wink

                  Do you work on Saturdays?

                  I am a free citizen in a free country, I do what I want. You do not understand this. hi
                  1. komsomolets
                    komsomolets 13 May 2013 13: 47
                    +2
                    Yes, you live in your free country, just don’t touch others, why do not tell the whole world against you?
                    1. Professor
                      13 May 2013 13: 55
                      -1
                      I do not bother anyone and the topic "loves-dislikes" does not interest me.
            2. Rustiger
              Rustiger 13 May 2013 11: 06
              +5
              Quote: Canep
              An interview with a Russian schoolboy who studies at a Boston elite school.

              My wife is a historian teacher. And at home there are almost a hundred textbooks on the subject (current and published 20-30 years ago), there is nothing to compare.
              Once my wife showed amerovskie (?) TESTS for pupils of their "general" schools. I assure you, the level of our "advanced" KINDERGARTEN! It will be much higher in our schools. But there are also outright disgraces. For example, the Qin / min / dynasty. ... ., on the British colonization of India, on the "discovery" of America, etc. two or three lessons. FOR ALL WWII and the feat of our people - SO MUCH!?!?
              This is despite the fact that in my time studying was given TWO MONTHS, with detailed studies by DATE!
          2. Geisenberg
            Geisenberg 13 May 2013 13: 17
            +2
            Quote: Professor
            Quote: Phantom Revolution
            And they don’t really know their story

            Did they inform you on foreign forums? Again decided to troll. Not ate yesterday? Today I will not feed you; bear with you until tomorrow. bully


            At foreign forums, they told us that for most of their history, Americans are ashamed. And I agree with them to be proud of the genocide of the indigenous population like ... uh ... to put it mildly wrong. Again, they are ashamed and they lie about the origin of their nation, and this is after all a nation of bandits, ugly creatures, and de-biologians merged from Europe because of insanity (and this despite the fact that Europe itself was not very humanistic at that time), diluted by black slaves. In my opinion, even a nation does not pull. And it's all for some 400 years ... scary ...

            A selection of pictures is good, thanks.
            1. Professor
              13 May 2013 13: 48
              -1
              At foreign forums, they told us that for most of their history, Americans are ashamed.

              They are not even ashamed at all. The indigenous peoples of the north and not only the north were returned lands (reservations) where they earn good money.

              Quote: Geisenberg
              Again, they are ashamed and they lie about the origin of their nation, and this is after all a nation of bandits, ugly creatures, and de-bols who were merged from Europe because of insanity (and this despite the fact that Europe itself was not very humanistic at that time), diluted by black slaves.

              You are confusing with Australia. In America, upon arrival, face control was also done. Americans are not proud of racial laws, but this is part of their history and no one is rewriting it.

              A selection of pictures is good, thanks.

              I'll post some more.
              1. lelikas
                lelikas 13 May 2013 19: 20
                +1
                Quote: Professor
                They are not even ashamed at all. The indigenous peoples of the north and not only the north were returned lands (reservations) where they earn good money.

                Not for the sake of trolling, but it was painfully pleased with the phrase about the reservation - almost like we will return the camps to former prisoners;)
                1. Professor
                  13 May 2013 20: 49
                  -1
                  Quote: Professor
                  Not for the sake of trolling, but it was painfully pleased with the phrase about the reservation - almost like we will return the camps to former prisoners;)

                  I had such a reservation in Florida. The vast territory belongs to the Indians, no one there except them builds and does not live. Type a huge reserve. They are allowed to build a casino there.
                  And you can call in there only with their permission (at least this is what they explained to me).
          3. Phantom Revolution
            Phantom Revolution 13 May 2013 14: 41
            +1
            Quote: Professor
            Did they inform you on foreign forums? Again decided to troll. Not ate yesterday? Today I will not feed you; bear with you until tomorrow. bully

            No, I’ve been to those places, New York, Brooklyn and talked with some, maybe they came across, although I also came across those who knew). You probably made your opinion on the guides of historical museums?) wink
            About trolling, how you turned it off.) It's more like one "Thief after theft, shouts to the crowd, keep that he stole everything.") Strange you, you troll yourself on the forum, and still try to shift your mistakes to others, it's not good So. hi
            And yes, do not forget the presumption of innocence.smile
      2. Lord of the Sith
        Lord of the Sith 13 May 2013 11: 30
        +2
        Shalom professor! Thanks for the photo, I also go to their sites and see a lot of good photos. When you don’t troll and make faces, it’s nice to talk.
        1. Professor
          13 May 2013 11: 32
          -4
          Quote: Sith Lord
          When you don’t troll and make faces, it’s nice to talk.

          Nobody's perfect. hi
          1. karbofos
            karbofos 13 May 2013 13: 24
            +4
            Professor you again with your comics about the invincible American army. about Russian military equipment is something poorly done or not paid? bully
            1. Professor
              13 May 2013 13: 53
              -3
              You young man, you probably didn’t notice that I am writing about the Russian army and equipment in general. Without me, there are enough "writers." Want to write yourself. I convey to fans of military subjects the situation over the hill and how Russia is visible from behind the hill. I have not written anywhere about "invincibility".
              By the way, I hope you have a typo in my nickname, otherwise fill up the wonderful Black List.
              1. Alexander Petrovich
                Alexander Petrovich 13 May 2013 22: 30
                +1
                Quote: Professor
                I bring to the fans of military subjects the situation behind the hill and how Russia is visible from behind the hill.

                There is no need for a sir to understand her (situation), it is enough for us to turn on the discovery, who, unfortunately, has it.
          2. ultra
            ultra 13 May 2013 17: 44
            +3
            I agree! Each has his own cockroaches in his head, we only differ in their size and quantity! hi
    4. Vashestambid2
      Vashestambid2 13 May 2013 14: 17
      +4
      A beautiful, simple article, the best for today, and then in others, too much propaganda and lies.
      I liked the 10th photo, I would like to see one with the Su-35K and the Russian Nuclear Aircraft Carrier !!
      drinks
  2. smershspy
    smershspy 13 May 2013 08: 54
    0
    The article leaves much to be desired!
    I hope the author understands what is the matter!
  3. smershspy
    smershspy 13 May 2013 08: 55
    +4
    Photos could be found more interesting!
    1. Professor
      13 May 2013 11: 19
      +2
      Quote: smershspy
      Photos could be found more interesting

      Duc, what is it up to? Find, sign and post. It's easier to criticize ...
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        1. Professor
          13 May 2013 11: 52
          -4
          Quote: smershspy
          Internet is great!

          I understand correctly, you will not search, edit and post?
  4. 755962
    755962 13 May 2013 09: 31
    +5
    Sailboat USS Constitution - the oldest sailing ship in the world of those afloat. Still listed in the combat fleet of the US Navy.
    1. Kars
      Kars 13 May 2013 09: 44
      +3
      He has an interesting story.
  5. Rustiger
    Rustiger 13 May 2013 10: 29
    +3
    The only thing I liked was the quality of the photos, their resolution (the possibility for various "Photoshop" manipulations) and some angles - №1,5,10 (?).
    Even before reaching the end of the gallery article, I immediately understood whose "creativity" it was. The usual "professorial behavior", quite predictable and absolutely not bearing any semantic load. The program inherent in this type with unrealizable fantasies - "I licked these and spat at those" worked this time?
    There are thousands of rarer and more interesting photos on the net, I’ll even tell you a secret, and with RUSSIAN military equipment. But the "professor" will never bring them here. Who knows why? ... ... ... That's right, he has a "contract" not with RosOboronExport, but with NATO suppliers. To promote their products "to the masses". Plus natural anger, envy and fear for everything Russian / Russian. ... ...
    1. smirnov
      smirnov 13 May 2013 11: 17
      -1
      That's Komsomolets answer from the comments above ...
      1. Rustiger
        Rustiger 13 May 2013 11: 50
        0
        Quote: smirnov
        That's Komsomolets answer from the comments above ...

        Yes, Vladimir. Only written half an hour earlier.
        He specifically looked through the profile of his articles posted on the site.
        Predictably, the topic is one and narrowly focused. I suggest that the VO admins create another heading, for example, call it "Professorial PROGRESS". Well, close it from everyone who has a "flag" not Israeli. laughing
        Actually, this pip recently "called" me a young man, hitting my heart laughing , then repatriated somewhere, i.e. clicked on the "add to the emergency" button. Since then we are not "friends", we do not see others.
        Can you tell him that "Associate Professor Semyonov" is looking for him?
        Although no, do not. And then he will bring you to the emergency, like everyone else, even moderators. . . laughing request
    2. Vashestambid2
      Vashestambid2 13 May 2013 14: 23
      -1
      Quote: Rustiger
      That's right, he has a "contract" not with RosOboronExport, but with NATO suppliers. To promote their products "to the masses". Plus natural anger, envy and fear for everything Russian / Russian. ... ...

      Have a bite !! laughing

      1. Rustiger
        Rustiger 13 May 2013 14: 43
        +2
        Quote: Vashestambid2
        Have a bite !!

        And you poured me a professorial sneak?
        Attention! You do not have permission to view hidden text.
        1. Vashestambid2
          Vashestambid2 13 May 2013 14: 57
          -6
          Quote: Rustiger
          What have I personally touched you, hackneyed?

          Sorry if I offended you, but your comment to the professor is just written nonsense !! fool
  6. Professor
    13 May 2013 11: 41
    -2
    Following the footsteps of publications:
    3 photo number: First landing of the coastal X-47B
    X-47B UAV demonstrates the first landing using an aerofinisher
    On May 4, the U.S. Navy completed the first landing of an unmanned aerial vehicle using an aerofinisher at the ground-based ejection and aerofinishing complex of Pataxent River (Maryland). This event marks the final stage of testing before the deck tests, scheduled for the end of this month, according to a Northrop Grumman press release.
    “The successful landing of the X-47B UAV demonstrator takes the UCAS-D program to the final stage of meeting the history of naval aviation,” said Captain Jaime Engdahl, UCAS Program Manager for the United States Navy. “We are confident that unmanned systems can be integrated into aircraft carriers.”


    7 Photo Number: Osprey Direction
    DVKD LPD-23 "Anchorage" class "San Antonio" entered the combat force of the US Navy
    TSAMTO, 7 of May. The US Navy Command announced on May 4 in the port of Anchorage (Alaska) the launch ceremony of the new Anchorage Class LP-23 Anchorage Landing Helicopter Dock (DVKD) (San Antonio).
    LPD-23 Anchorage is the seventh San Antonio-class DVD. The keel authentication ceremony was held at Evondale on 24 on September 2007. The DVKD was launched on 14 on May 2011 of the year. Acceptance tests of the LPD-23 by the US Navy Technical Control and Inspection Unit (INSURV) were completed in July 2012. In September 2012, the ship was transferred to the US Navy.
    The implementation of the San Antonio-class DVKD construction program began in 1993 and provides for the supply of US Navy 11 ships.
    Currently, the US Navy transferred seven DVKD: San Antonio (LPD-17), New Orleans (LPD-18), Mesa Verde (LPD-19), Green Bay (LPD-20) , New York (LPD-21), San Diego (LPD-22) and Anchorage (LPD-23). More 4 ships are at various stages of construction, including Arlington (LPD-24), Somerset (LPD-25), John P. Murtha (LPD-26) and LPD-27.
    DVKD class "San Antonio" is an integral part of the "triad" of means of delivery of the expeditionary units of the United States Naval Forces to the place of military operations, which also includes convertible aircraft (PL) MV-22 "Osprey" and amphibious armored personnel carriers of the new generation EFV. A ship can take on landing forces from 800 marines and land on the coast using air cushion landing craft (LCAC), conventional landing boats, helicopters or aircraft with vertical take-off and landing.
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  8. smershspy
    smershspy 13 May 2013 12: 07
    0
    Help! Supplement!
    1. Rustiger
      Rustiger 13 May 2013 12: 19
      +9
      Quote: smershspy
      Help! Supplement!

      Certainly with complement! And you can’t add the chava. . . laughing
      "Professor of PR for Missouri"
    2. smershspy
      smershspy 13 May 2013 12: 38
      +2
      The Los Angeles nuclear submarine, the lead submarine of the world's largest nuclear submarine project, was removed from the US Navy on February 4 at the Puget Sound Naval Base.

      The decommissioning ceremony was attended by the last Los Angeles commander, Commander Stephen Harrison, naval commander Puget Sound Captain Mark Whitney, chief of staff of the 9th submarine formation captain Dan Prince.

      “Thirty-four years ago, a crew came aboard Los Angeles, breathing life into this steel body,” said senior assistant to the boat commander, Lieutenant Commander Darrell Lewis. “Today, we reluctantly say goodbye to the boat.”

      In his speech, the last boat commander spoke about the role of the Los Angeles and other submarines of the same type in the Cold War. “This ship, like the rest of the project’s ships, contributed with its excellent service to victory in the Cold War, which the general public will never know,” said Harrison.

      During the service, the boat completed 16 military campaigns and received many awards, including 7 prizes for high combat efficiency, 7 thanks in the order of the most distinguished unit, and gratitude in the order of the Navy ship.

      “We are proud to be the last crew of Los Angeles,” said Harrison.

      Los Angeles was laid down on January 8, 1972, launched on April 6, 1974, and joined the fleet on November 13, 1976. This is the lead boat of a series of 62 multi-purpose submarines built in 1972-1996 to replace multi-purpose boats of the Skipjack, Permit and Sturgeon types.
      As part of the American fleet remain 43 Los Angeles type submarines.

      www.seaspirit.ru
  9. smershspy
    smershspy 13 May 2013 12: 14
    +3
    You are welcome! Helping is our task, but if you are going to write, you need to do everything with dignity! You can’t, don’t take it! I have the honor!
  10. smershspy
    smershspy 13 May 2013 12: 20
    0
    Well how! It seems to me that the child will cope with this task! Internet is great! Yes, and enough books in electronic form!

    The most advanced US nuclear submarine of the "USS Virginia" class

    Photo taken from: Korabley.net
    1. Professor
      13 May 2013 12: 24
      -6
      Quote: smershspy
      It seems to me that the child will cope with this task.

      The child can do it, but you didn’t. We need to work harder. What's in the photo? Where, when and by whom is it filmed? Internet is Great!
      1. smershspy
        smershspy 13 May 2013 12: 26
        +4
        Can't see your work?
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  12. smershspy
    smershspy 13 May 2013 12: 25
    0
    Supplement! Leave the job and help!
    1. Rustiger
      Rustiger 13 May 2013 12: 40
      +4
      Why are we some kind of Ohio. Here is the "multipurpose" pr.670, RF Federation Council.
      Report from the "central": "There is to keep the speed, roll and trim, so that the balls do not roll!"
      / caught in the frame so then "wipe" it will be believable! And you are "thanksgiving professional" /
      1. smershspy
        smershspy 13 May 2013 12: 45
        +1
        I completely agree! Thanks! Otherwise, the dispute with "PROFESSOR" will lead to ...
      2. olegyurjewitch
        olegyurjewitch 13 May 2013 18: 36
        +2
        Quote: Rustiger
        Rustiger

        A small mistake, this is not a 670 project, this is 971. Pay attention to the outline of the cabin and that in front of it is on the starboard side, in the photo on the left.
        1. Rustiger
          Rustiger 13 May 2013 20: 50
          +1
          Quote: olegyurjewitch
          A small mistake, this is not a 670 project, this is 971

          I am grateful to you for science, Oleg Yurich. Of course you are right, but I either hurried or did not want to clarify. Right now I’ve deliberately rummaged around the network, not for the purpose of checking your words, but for the purpose of closely comparing logging from a certain angle. I found
          Of course it's 971
          [img] http://army.lv/image.php?img=32404.jpg&maxw=800&maxh=800 [/ img]


          And here are 670 and 971 together. I will not say anything about the state.
          a shame

          Quote: olegyurjewitch
          and what's in front of her on the starboard side, in the photo on the left.

          And what is it? If it’s not difficult, of course, to enlighten me hi
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  15. smershspy
    smershspy 13 May 2013 13: 43
    +2
    [quote = Rustaiger] The only thing I liked was the quality of the photos, their resolution (the ability for various "Photoshop" manipulations) and some angles - №1,5,10 (?).
    Even before reaching the end of the gallery article, I immediately understood whose "creativity" it was. The usual "professorial behavior", quite predictable and absolutely not bearing any semantic load. The program inherent in this type with unrealizable fantasies - "I licked these and spat at those" worked this time?
    There are thousands of rarer and more interesting photos on the net, I’ll even tell you a secret, and with RUSSIAN military equipment. But the "professor" will never bring them here. Who knows why? ... ... ... That's right, he has a "contract" not with RosOboronExport, but with NATO suppliers. To promote their products "to the masses". Plus natural anger, envy and fear for everything Russian / Russian. ... ...

    Totally agree!
  16. Tourist Breakfast
    Tourist Breakfast 13 May 2013 15: 40
    +2
    .. 2nd class senior Justin Howard from Phoenix, left and sailor Samantha Hurtado from Delano, California wiped loophole while tidying aboard the USS Constitution. Sailors recently reopened loopholes ship ...


    It is in Russian like "gun ports" called. And the loopholes are in the fortress wall.
    1. Professor
      13 May 2013 16: 11
      0
      They are right, gun ports too, but I like loopholes more. good
      1. 755962
        755962 13 May 2013 19: 48
        -2
        Good evening. Is it interesting to "bang" out of these guns?
        At least for the sake of ... sports interest ..
        1. Professor
          13 May 2013 21: 02
          -1
          Why not? Not rusted, no mechanism ...
  17. Argon
    Argon 13 May 2013 23: 24
    +6
    Normal photos, it is interesting to see, I understand that the special service of the fleet is engaged in this, we are far from that. I generally liked it. Respect to the Rustaiger, a piece photo, naval humor. Honorable Professor, apologizing in advance, I will allow you to more deliberately conduct a dispute, if you think that your opponent, in your opinion, is overstepping the boundaries of your "personal freedom" stop the dialogue. Do not bring insults and "small dirty tricks" on the sly. I do not accuse you, and I can understand you; people come here different, however ... Sincerely.