F-22 Raptor on the left, F-86 Saber from below, P-51 Mustang and F-4 Phantom at the top take part in Air Combat Command Heritage Flight parade during the open day at Nellis, Nevada, 12 on November 2010. of the year. (Photo by 1 class aircraft by Daniel Hughes, USAF)
2. Ice Camp "Nautilus"
Nautilus Ice Camp (22 March 2014) The Virginia-class atomic submarine USS New Mexico (SSN 779) made an ascent through the Arctic ice during the Ice Exercise (ICEX) 2014 exercises. The US Navy exercises ICEX 2014 are designed to test the capabilities of submarines in arctic conditions. (Photo by 2 Mass Communications Class Joshua Davies, United States Navy)
The USS Typhoon Coastal Patrol Ship (PC-5) launches a surface-to-MK-60 surface-to-surface missile during Griffin rocket fire. Griffin missile firing is the first combat test of a surface-to-surface missile - a surface designed to protect against small craft in the area of responsibility of the 5th fleet USA. (Photo by First Class Communications Specialist Doug Harvey, United States Navy)
4. Lady dragon
U-2 Dragon Lady is a high-altitude reconnaissance aircraft in the service of the United States Air Force.
5. "Wings of fate"
Fort Campbell, Kentucky. Helicopters UH 60 Black Hawk of the 5th battalion of the 101st combat aviation Wings of Fate brigades transport soldiers of the 3rd battalion of the 187th regiment of the 3rd brigade of the Rakkasans tactical group of the 101st air assault division at the Landing Zone Red Crow training ground during the Golden Eagle operation on April 8, 2014. The four-day exercises were the first brigade-level air assault exercises held by the 101st air assault division in more than a decade. More than 1100 soldiers of the 3rd brigade of the tactical group and the 101st division and more than 20 pieces of equipment took part in the exercises. (Photo by Senior Sergeant Joel Salgado, Public Relations Division, 3rd Tactical Group Brigade)
6. Exit from the dock
Bath, Maine (October 28 2013 year). The Zumwalt class DDG 1000 rocket destroyer exits the dry dock at the General Dynamics Bath Bath Iron Works shipyard. The ship, the first of three Zumwalt class destroyers, will provide an independent forward presence and deterrence, support for special operations forces and service within the framework of joint and joint expeditionary forces. The lead ship and the entire class is named after the former chief of naval operations, Admiral Elmo R. "Bud" Zumwalt Jr., who served as chief of naval operations during the 1970-1974 period. (Photo courtesy of General Dynamics)
7. ABC 21 century
All three versions of the F-35 Air Force-based Edwards, California. From left to right: F-35C deck version, F-35B shortened takeoff / vertical version, F-35A conventional takeoff and landing version
8. Owning the sky
For more than three decades, F-16 dominated the sky of Luka airbase. The first F-35 from Luke soars into the sky with the F-16
9. 120-mm caliber
Fort Carson, Colorado. A fireball engulfs a mortar shell on March 19, 2014 during mortar training firing. Soldiers of the 4th company of the 10th cavalry regiment of the 3rd tactical group tank brigades of the 4th Infantry Division carry out mortar training as part of artillery training and certification of units of the 3rd tactical group of the tank brigade. (Photo by Sergeant Grady Jones, US Army)
10. Dusty takeoff
The C-17 Globemaster III transport aircraft takes off on March 14 of 2014 in the Geronimo zone of the integrated training center, Fort Polk, Louisiana. Crews are trained in medical evacuation in conditions close to combat. (Photo by master sergeant John R. Nimmo, John R. Nimmo, USAF)