Narwhal 20A (by Nexter) remotely operated naval ship cannon system
Nexter the French Defence company with its Narwhal Naval remote weapon systems is particularly designed for use in light ships with very high manoeuvrability for monitoring and close-in combat actions but may also be suitable for heavier tonnage ships. The effectiveness of the weapon is optimised by a stabilised sight associated with a fire-control system, while improving the operator's safety.
In its basic configuration, the NARWHAL consists of a gyrostabilised mounting armed with a 20 mm cannon, a day camera and a fire-control system which is remotely-contolled from a control panel enabling system operation, target acquisition and tracking and fire opening by the operator
A very intense landing on a United States Carrier F-14 female pilots
.19 Navy SEAL on ambush, Vietnam .21 Maddog in Hell Week. During the final night of Hell Week students are assembled in the classroom and told to write their thoughts down on paper. The lights are dimmed and mellow mood music is played as students try to stay awake and accomplish the task. I wish I had a copy of what I wrote as I'm sure it would be entertaining all these years later. .26 Don Shipley left and dive buddy in Alaska. We're smiling now but 15 minutes later we're attacked by a monster Seal in the water. .52 Maddog jumping skies. Note the hole between Jim's legs. His ruck wasn't tight enough and with the air rushing through the hole and the skies, Jim fought hard the whole jump trying to stop flipping over and over. Lucky boy... .57 Hotel Platoon. Don Shipley in center. Mack from Future Weapons taking the picture. 1.06-1.11 Patch commemorates the guys lost during the Lone Survivor Rescue. 1.17 Known as the "Sardinian Death Drop" these guys landed on rocks during a night drop. 1.26 Don Shipley receiving the Navy Medal after a rescue mission off Liberia. 1.31 Dry Suit diving in Alaska. Don Shipley on right. 1.51 Don Shipley. This photo was taken after extraction from the toughest Operation I ever did in SEAL Team. 12 days in the Arctic. Painful... 1.54 Don Shipley on right and Sardinian Death Drop Team Mate on left. 2.20 Maddog on left receives "Special Treatment during Hell Week. 3.35 Don Shipley Demo Course. 3.38 Young Maddog. 3.48 Note guys hiding in rocks below. 4.10 Good friend Steve Scott. Steve grew up in Nome, Alaska. The licences plates on his truck read "Ooglook." which translated meant "Fat Seal" in Intuit. These are photos I've collected during my 24-years as a Navy SEAL. 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/
To see a reporting of the killing of Osama Bin Laden by U.S. Navy Seal Team 6, See Related Video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FUxlesBkjqoUnited States Navy Seals perform their annual 4th of July (1999) public demonstration in appreciation of San Diego's year round support. I shot this video on my old Sony 8mm Hi8 format, but the show is still worthy of uploading to YouTube. TO NAVY SEAL TEAM 6: Thank You for putting Osama Bin Laden out of commission: (SEE RELATED) http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FUxlesBkjqo
47 crew members die when a gun turret explodes on an old U.S. battleship.
Those Navy guys get all the fun toys