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10 photos from strategypage.com from 24 April 2014 year

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1. Fighters in the sky



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)

3. Griffin


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)
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  2. ICT
    ICT April 25 2014 08: 32
    +7
    U-2 Dragon Lady
    landing they have credit
    1. shades
      shades April 25 2014 09: 53
      +1
      Positive video, men have fun.
    2. 52
      52 April 25 2014 17: 55
      +1
      Thanks for the awesome video!
    3. svp67
      svp67 April 25 2014 23: 48
      +1
      Quote: TIT
      landing they have credit
      Yes, and a car with another pilot is surely driving from behind, who, with his instructions, helps to land his comrade ... That's how much time has passed, well, haven't you really found technical solutions to install additional landing gears at the ends of the wings ... you look and you would have saved the equipment more.
  3. Sypress
    Sypress April 25 2014 08: 43
    +2
    What is this glider with two landing gears ?? Judging by how the landings are carried out, we can conclude that IT is one-time .. lol
    1. Pimply
      Pimply April 25 2014 12: 35
      +2
      Would at least read something about this unique typewriter
  4. ICT
    ICT April 25 2014 08: 54
    +3
    Quote: Sypress
    with two landing gears


    the bicycle chassis is called (from our Myasishchev it was used for its own),
    Quote: Sypress
    IT is one-time ..
    still kind of armed so that it’s not a problem for them
  5. Stiletto
    Stiletto April 25 2014 09: 04
    +7
    This is power! Where are we going to bury you all? belay
  6. Kostyanich
    Kostyanich April 25 2014 09: 35
    0
    on 4 pictures at U-2 what a hump. Radar?
    1. Smiles to you
      Smiles to you April 25 2014 09: 39
      -1
      Yes ... Scout ..
    2. Nayhas
      Nayhas April 25 2014 10: 33
      +4
      Quote: kostyanich
      U-2 Dragon Lady

      No, this is a satellite dish for transmitting intelligence information online. The same stands on the Global Hump in the hump.
  7. xenod55
    xenod55 April 25 2014 11: 09
    +3
    One such was "landed" in the Urals in 1961. And it is not necessary to shoot down these, they themselves stick into the strip.
    1. Professor
      April 25 2014 11: 23
      -1
      Quote: xenod55
      One such was "landed" in the Urals in 1961. And it is not necessary to shoot down these, they themselves stick into the strip.

      With difficulty they shot down their own and for one, and they shot down only due to the technical problem of the U-2 as a result of which he lost height and became accessible for air defense ...
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  8. Kostyanich
    Kostyanich April 25 2014 11: 25
    +5
    the professor on the 6th photo doesn’t bother to attach the scheme where to beat in the first place, so that as much as possible
    effectively sink entro chisel laughing
    1. Professor
      April 25 2014 11: 28
      +2
      Quote: kostyanich
      the professor on the 6th photo doesn’t bother to attach the scheme where to beat in the first place, so that as much as possible
      effectively sink entro chisel laughing

      Due to the shape of the contours and the coating, this chisel is not so easy to get into. Well, if you get better then in the midship area.
      1. leon-iv
        leon-iv April 25 2014 11: 41
        +1
        well and good, the path will be 1 chisel than 2-3 arly berk.
  9. Kostyanich
    Kostyanich April 25 2014 11: 35
    +2
    Professor and this unit will go into the Black Sea to maintain dermocracy in an independent? smile
    1. Professor
      April 25 2014 11: 37
      +1
      The Black Sea is a large puddle through and through from all sides. Nato, and without going into it, controls everything. There is nothing for him to look for there.
      1. velikoros-xnumx
        velikoros-xnumx April 26 2014 23: 25
        +1
        Quote: Professor
        The Black Sea is a large puddle through and through from all sides. Nato, and without going into it, controls everything. There is nothing for him to look for there.

        First of all, now it concerns NATO itself, and given the violation of the Montreux convention and the presence of an unsinkable aircraft carrier in the World Cup with the working name Crimea-Tavrida, it is not very difficult to do this technically and politically, and without declaring war on countries whose ships violated the convention. Considering the above, I am in the deepest bewilderment of what the ships of the great valiant American Navy are doing in this "puddle"? The only logical explanation is that they are begging for 3,14 zd. I really hope that we will have enough political courage and determination in the event of another violation of a preconditioned convention to send a couple of troughs to the bottom strictly for ecological purposes (so as not to irritate the "greens") to improve the living conditions of marine fauna as artificial reefs, and the biological contents of the troughs as readily available food ...
        1. Professor
          April 27 2014 08: 35
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          Quote: velikoros-xnumx
          I really hope that we will have enough political courage and determination in the event of another violation of the preconditioned convention, to send a couple of troughs to the bottom strictly for ecological purposes (so as not to irritate the "greens") to improve the living conditions of marine fauna as artificial reefs, and the biological contents of troughs as readily available food ...

          Yeah, start the third world ...

          As for the Black Sea, the presence or absence of Crimea does not change anything. The size of the Black Sea does not change from this.
          1. velikoros-xnumx
            velikoros-xnumx April 27 2014 11: 57
            +1
            Quote: Professor
            Yeah, start the third world ...

            Let there be a professor - Powers was shot down, a couple of Korean Boeings have the same story and nothing. Once again, I emphasize that in case of violation by the courts of non-Black Sea states of the terms of the Montreux Convention, the Black Sea states after the warning (as the Russian Foreign Ministry has already done) and if there is a threat to their own security (we will be honest and frank, there is one) have the right to sink violating vessels without declaring war. With this development of events, we will be strictly within the framework of international law and international treaties (although international law has long been dismantled with the filing of the United States and Israel and some other participants in it), but nonetheless we will be legally clean, so I doubt that the United States will go to this situation for any serious military operations. How many incidents in the world with the downing of aircraft of violators, the sinking of ships of violators in case of their refusal to follow the instructions of the relevant services? I do not remember that they led to the declaration of war.
            1. Professor
              April 27 2014 12: 09
              -1
              Quote: velikoros-xnumx
              have the right to sink violating vessels without declaring war.

              Not a serious conversation. They will sink the NATO destroyer and the Bosphorus will be forever closed to Russia (here the Volga-Don is useful wink ), and it’s still not known who Kuzyu will drown or he’s not a buy god accidentally runs into an old mine in the North Sea.

              Quote: velikoros-xnumx
              under international law and international treaties

              Do not make me laugh like that. laughing There is no longer such a thing as "within the framework of international law and international treaties." Green men have abolished such concepts.

              Quote: velikoros-xnumx
              I do not remember that they led to the declaration of war.

              Drown the NATO destroyer and someone will start sinking your ships, without declaring war ...


              And therefore, this is not serious. hi
              1. velikoros-xnumx
                velikoros-xnumx April 27 2014 12: 44
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                Quote: Professor
                Green men have canceled such concepts.

                international law was dismantled long before these events, I emphasize once again that the main dismantlers of the United States and your compatriots.
                "Let the first one who is sinless to throw a stone" - I hope you are familiar with the saying, but in simple Russian:
                - "whose cow would bellow, and yours would be silent"
                - "we see a straw in someone else's eye, but we don't notice a log in our own." You can continue endlessly, but in your case it is pointless - you always consider your position to be impeccable. And the fact that "Kuzyu" and others will be more difficult and no right here will be an excuse. By the way, the Kursk was drowned and the Third World War did not happen.
                1. Professor
                  April 27 2014 12: 48
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                  Quote: velikoros-xnumx
                  international law was dismantled long before these events, I emphasize once again that the main dismantlers of the USA and your compatriots

                  Israel has not violated a single treaty it has signed. such is the harsh truth of life.

                  Quote: velikoros-xnumx
                  By the way, the Kursk was drowned and the Third World War did not happen.

                  I love fairy tales, but only before bedtime.
  10. misham1978
    misham1978 April 25 2014 13: 34
    +1
    the ninth photo is the coolest. Do they shoot with ordinary cast-iron and an adjustable mine?
    1. Professor
      April 25 2014 15: 45
      0
      Quote: misham1978
      the ninth photo is the coolest. Do they shoot with ordinary cast-iron and an adjustable mine?

      The surface to be corrected must have a control surface / flap. There are none on this one.
  11. AIRO
    AIRO April 25 2014 13: 51
    +2
    U-2 Dragon Lady - mount pilot aircraft
  12. KOSTYLEV
    KOSTYLEV April 25 2014 14: 53
    +3
    "Nautilus Ice Camp (March 22, 2014) Virginia-class nuclear attack submarine USS New Mexico (SSN 779) surfaced through the Arctic ice during Ice Exercise (ICEX) 2014. US Navy exercise ICEX 2014 is intended to test the capabilities of submarines in arctic conditions ",,,,,,,,,,,
    Bullshit!!!!!! Russian submariners, OUR submariners, are doing such things that the Yankees did not even dream of. By the way, the Yankees are forbidden to dive, or to pass under the thickness of ice, as they say without knowing the ford, and OURS, if pressed, will enter any abyss, on this we live.
    PS A friend of mine SHOULDER with 20 years of experience.
  13. abc_alex
    abc_alex April 25 2014 14: 57
    +4
    I do not understand at all why our media are not engaged in the popularization of our military equipment? For me, the Su-35 is many times more beautiful than the Raptor, and a photo of a "flying" tank should simply be replicated every time it comes to modern armored vehicles!
  14. KOSTYLEV
    KOSTYLEV April 25 2014 15: 02
    +2
    Quote: kostyanich
    Professor and this unit will go into the Black Sea to maintain dermocracy in an independent? smile

    To do this, you need to make a large channel from Turkey in order to pass no longer seen. laughing
    1. 52
      52 April 25 2014 18: 02
      +1
      Yes, of course it will come in! After all, it resembles a spoiled "Aurora", it appears it will come in to support the spoiled "ryvolyutsyi". We stock up on tea and bagels, wait, watch ...
  15. oreh72
    oreh72 April 25 2014 19: 01
    +7
    After photo No. 1, it became sad - the Americans have no rarities whatsoever, and we have practically no flying samples of aircraft from past years. What is found and restored is also sold over the hill in private collections. And how nice it would be to see on May 9 a box of IL-2 flying around on Red Square surrounded by I-16, YAKs or LA !!!
  16. Rosskafa
    Rosskafa April 25 2014 23: 19
    0
    Quote: abc_alex
    I just don’t understand why our media are not promoting our military equipment? For me, the Su-35 is many times more beautiful than the Raptor,

    It is enough to see OUR flights at aviation exhibitions, just SUPER HIGHER PILOT !!! !!! And this says a lot about the state of the art. And this applies to all arms exhibitions, where the Russian Federation takes part. And about the Su-35-AGREE !!!
  17. Kostyanich
    Kostyanich April 26 2014 15: 11
    +1
    indeed how beautiful it would be to see on May 9 in the sky yak3 il2 and-16 tu2 il4 la5 so
    the coolest aircraft of all time
  18. beifall
    beifall 1 May 2014 16: 43
    -1
    The destroyer DDG 1000 is the most for .............................. the Black Sea!
  19. waggish
    waggish 19 July 2014 17: 22
    -1
    Photos are good!