F18 Fighter - Flying Low
F18 Fighter jet doing low Flyby's around Northern California and Oregon.
About 3:35 he is danger close flying through a canyon. Great footage.
America's Elite Navy SEALs 6. Hell Week. EXTREME SEAL EXPERIENCE.com
Launch of an anti-aircraft missile Asp, re-promoting nationally, from a destroyer Meko 360 of the Argentina Navy
Navy SEAL John Wayne Marcum was killed in Afghanistan on September 11, 2008. These are photos and video I've collected during my 20-years as a Navy SEAL and from the Marcum family. Pictures from SEALs doing various training and deployments with SEAL Team overseas. BUD/S Training, SEAL Qualification Training, and SEAL Team is the order for guys aspiring to become Navy SEALs. 70-80% of BUD/S Trainee's will not survive SEAL Training with the toughest part being Hell Week, a grueling 5 and a half days with trainees continually on the move with little or no sleep. Log PT, surf torture, boat drills and the mud flats it gets much better in SEAL Team as guys attend Jump School for static line and free fall parachuting, breaching school or sniper school to name a few and worth every push up they do in BUD/S Training, "The Toughest Military Training in the World." http://www.extremesealexperience.com/
America's Elite Navy SEALs 9. BUDS Training to SEAL Team.
The Phalanx CIWS advanced radar-controlled gun system provides superior defense against close-in air and surface threats. The Phalanx Close-In Weapon System is a rapid-fire, computer-controlled, radar-guided gun system designed to defeat anti-ship missiles and other close-in air and surface threats. A self-contained package, Phalanx automatically carries out functions usually performed by multiple systems -- including search, detection, threat evaluation, tracking, engagement, and kill assessment. Phalanx Block 1B, the latest upgrade, with its surface mode configuration, augments the proven anti-air warfare capability by adding a forward looking infrared sensor and optimized gun barrels to the Block 1A configuration. It allows Phalanx to be used against littoral warfare threats such as helicopters and high-speed surface threats. Block 1B also adds new control stations with situational awareness that allows operators to visually track and identify targets before engagement. Phalanx is installed on practically all U.S. combatant ships and on those of 22 allied nations. The SeaRAM Anti-Ship Missile Defense System provides the highest level of ship self-defense with extended keep-out range capability. The SeaRAM Anti-Ship Missile Defense System is a spiral development of key attributes of the Phalanx Close-In Weapon System and the Rolling Airframe Missile (RAM) Guided Weapon System. SeaRAM is designed to extend the inner layer battlespace and enable the ship to effectively engage multiple high-performance, supersonic and subsonic threats. An 11-missile RAM launcher assembly replaces Phalanx's 20mm gun. SeaRAM combines RAM's superior accuracy, extended range and high maneuverability with the Phalanx Block 1B's high resolution search-and-track sensor systems and reliable quick-response capability. SeaRAM is an affordable capability upgrade ---- the above-deck system fits the exact footprint of the Phalanx, uses the same power, and requires minimal shipboard modification.