The 5,200 tonne attack submarine HMS Trenchant used one of her torpedo tubes to launch the advanced new long-range missile, which then flew over the Gulf of Mexico, striking a target hundreds of miles away with pin-point accuracy. During the 60 minute test flight the missile reached heights of 10,000 feet (3 km) and speeds of 500 miles an hour (805 kmh).
Video from TV3 showing the roll out of RMAF's first two Su-30MKM fighter jets at the Irkutsk aircraft association on Thursday 24 may 2007.
It's the Patriot missile and in a week long exercise, one of Ft. Sill's newest units fired five live missiles. The soldiers needed the training for certification, but they also needed to be up-to-speed with the latest advancements in combat weaponry.
Impression of the launch of the first Borey class submarine Yury Dolgoruky. The Borei class (or Borey; named after Boreas) is a nuclear-powered ballistic missile-carrying submarine (SSBN) currently in development by Russia. It is intended to replace the Delta III & Typhoon class in the Russian Navy.
The first RQ-4 Block 20 Global Hawk unmanned aerial system successfully completed its first flight on March 1, adding to an already impressive list of program accomplishments. Designated AF-8, the advanced capability aircraft flew from Northrop Grumman Corporation's manufacturing facility in Palmdale, Calif., to the Birk Flight Test Center at Edwards Air Force Base, Calif.
After a series of technical hiccups, India's long-running project to build nuclear submarines is finally gaining momentum. As per the revised target, the Navy is likely to get the first such operational submarine by 2012.
It is named after one of Boston's favorite sons, and now the city will say a final goodbye to the USS John F. Kennedy. The aircraft carrier was heading into South Boston Thursday morning on the last leg of its farewell tour before being decommissioned on March 23.
It is named after one of Boston's favorite sons, and now the city will say a final goodbye to the USS John F. Kennedy. The aircraft carrier was heading into South Boston Thursday morning on the last leg of its farewell tour before being decommissioned on March 23. Bostonians lined up along the shores of Castle Island early Thursday morning to get a glimpse of the carrier.
Infrared video footage from Hunter of a Viper Strike engagement against a moving vehicle, followed by Battle Damage Assessment video provided by the same Hunter platform.
Air Force not being stealthy about upgrading B-2 fleet