U.S. Army prototype anti-armor hand grenade from 1973 – a shaped charge, packed in a hollowed-out NERF football
Helmet of the pilots F-35
Pictures inside the Navy SEAL armory
New PD-100 Black Hornet Nano-drones newly introduced into the Australian Army
US Military Released Micro Drone Swarm From FA 18 Super Hornet Jet…
Essentially it was designed to be a scout helicopter as opposed to the Apache attack helicopter. Mostly used for recon which is why it was stealthy – to get closer to the enemy. Unfortunately for the Comanche the Predator drone had just started to be used and people realized that the role the Comanche was to fill was being replaced by the Predator and other sensor platforms. Stealth meant the Comanche was way more expensive that a Predator but provided less capability.
Gear layout of a member of US Special Operations Forces for a 24-hour clearing OP overseas
Former Philadelphia Eagles Cheerleader 1st Lt. Rachel Washburn served as a Team Leader in Cultural Support Team (CST) and attached to Special Operations units during her 2011-2012 tour in Afghanistan.
Suppressor for 105mm howitzer
IDF Soldier carrying an ATGM
Troops hold M829 sabot rounds
The effects of different anti-tank rounds
A U.S. Navy SEAL re-enlisting aboard USS John F. Kennedy (Jocko Willink, right)
General Dynamics showing off its 6.8mm competitor to replace the US Army’s M4
The US military has held several competitions to “replace” the m16-m4 service rifles. Every single one of these competitions has failed for one reason or another. The competition of which this weapon is apart of is called the Next Generation Squad Weapon (NGSW). The secondary goal of the NGSW is to develop a lighter and more powerful cartridge. Programs similar to the NGSW in the past have never been able to develop a decent replacement.
SpetsNaz Machine-gunner from Irkutsk SOBR with his PKP Pecheneg-SP and Scorpion Feeding System which can hold 550 rounds of 7.62X54mmR caliber in belt and backpack