Results for: usn Search Results
Family Filter:
3:59
Two of the Navy's top trained divers attempt to reach the bottom of the North Sea.
7 Feb 2013
354
Share Video

3:59
Two of the Navy's top trained divers attempt to reach the bottom of the North Sea.
8 Mar 2013
152
Share Video

2:55
Copyright /c/ azramusic
2 Aug 2013
3856
Share Video

4:21
muzika, tekst: Bane Opacic aranzman: Dusan Alagic video: Vedad Jasarevic Creative4D production 2012.
29 Sep 2013
26137
Share Video

0:18
<p>PACIFIC Ocean (July 16, 2008) - HMAS Waller (SSG 75) sinking an unidentifed decomissioned U.S. Navy ship with a Mk 48 Mod 7 CBASS torpedo. The firing occurred during the Rim of the Pacific 2008 (RIMPAC 08) exercise, involving multiple navies off the coast of Hawaii between June and July. This controlled exercise resulted in the planned sinking of a retired US warship. The MK 48 Mod 7 Common Broadband Advanced Sonar System (CBASS) torpedo is the latest enhancement for the MK 48. Considered the world's premier submarine-launched torpedo, the MK 48 Mod 7 represents a superior capability against both surface ships and submarines with sonar enhancements that make the torpedo an effective weapon in shallow water and in a countermeasure environment. The development of the CBASS torpedo has been achieved under an Armaments Cooperative Program between the United States Navy (USN) and the Royal Australian Navy (RAN). This partnership has established common requirements, interfaces, configurations and maintenance standards enabling any Australian or US submarine to load torpedoes prepared by any Australian or US torpedo maintenance facility. U.S. Navy video (Released)</p>
21 May 2009
10222
Share Video

4:11
Compilation of the best aviation images of 2005 by Tyson V. Rininger of TVR Photography. Photos taken from all over the United States including Sean D. Tucker, Wayne Handley, Bill Stein, Stars of Tomorrow, Ed Hamill, the Blue Angels and the USAF Thunderbirds. Also Imagery from the USN Legacy Qualifications, USAF Red Flag exercises and the last F-14 Tomcat cruise aboard the USS Theodore Roosevelt. For more information, visit www.tvrphotography.com
24 May 2009
1774
Share Video

0:00
Hellas Greece Greek Hellenic Military Armed Forces Navy Seals Greece Hellas Hellenic Greek Army Greek Navy Greek Air Force Stratos GEEF Διοίκηση Υποβρυχίων Καταστροφών Υποβρύχιες Καταστροφές SCUBA Diving Βατραχάνθρωποι Combat Divers Diver School Βατράχια F-16 F-16C Leopard 2A6 Leopard 2A5 Leopard 2A6EX Leopard 2A6HEL Leopard 1 Leopard 1A5 Tank MBT tanker Panzer Pzh2000 Pzh-2000 Pzh 2000 Paladin Iraq War Turkey Afghanistan War Freedom Iraqi Soldier Sailor Pilot Boeing Airbus 787 A380 747 Super Jumbo US Army US Air Force US Navy US Marines US Marine Corps USN USMC USAF SEALs Seal OYK DYK MYK OYK ΔΥΚ ΜΥΚ Ο.Υ.Κ. O.Y.K. ΟΕΑ ΜΥΑ Combat Diver Divers Commandos MARSOC SOC Special Forces Elite Elites Unit Units GIGN SEK SWAT LAPD Commando UDT S-70 SH-60 S-70B S-70B6 Sea Hawk Seahawk Aegean Hawk Imia ΙΜΙΑ Ίμια island islands islets EOTECH sight SOCOM M14 M21 Sniper rifle assault Carbine US Navy USMC US Marines US Army Iraq War US Air Force F-16 Tomcat SOCOM Rangers Delta Force Force Recon M60 Machinegun MG M16 M16A2 M16A3 M4 M4A1 M203 GL Grenade speedboat Magna topgun F-14 F-14A F-14B F-14D Tomcat Turkey turkish SAT SAS Bodro Berelli Kurds Kurdish PKK M203 HK G-36 FN-SCAR M4A1 M4 Carbine Launcher MARPAT Camo Camouflage EOTECH ACOG Reflex sight lasr LGB Flyer M240 M240B FN-MAG FN-FAL FN-FALO Magna boat speed soldier sailor war kick ass topgun combat aircraft Mirage fighter jet F-22 787 Airbus A380 airplane pilot sky Sukhoi Su Mig war navy seal special forces SF SEAL SEALS team tactics machine gun military RHIB Fast-Boat Fast Attack Craft Ελληνικό Πολεμικό Ναυτικό ΠΝ Π.Ν. Ελληνικές Ένοπλες Δυνάμεις Ελληνικός Στρατός ΕΣ Ε.Σ. Πολεμική Αεροπορία ΠΑ Π.Α
24 May 2009
1925
Share Video

3:30
ARABIAN GULF(Jan. 7, 2009) Sailors aboard USS San Antonio (LPD 17) conduct an Underway Replenishment and Vertical Replenishment with USNS Lewis and Clark. USS Mahan (DDG 72) is also seen in the video receiving equipment and supplies during her vertical replenishment with Lewis and Clark. (U.S. Navy video by Mass Communication Specialist Seaman Chad R. Erdmann / Released)
22 Jan 2009
234
Share Video

5:28
http://www.aviationlive.org/forum/index.php The AIM-9 Sidewinder is a heat-seeking, short-range, air-to-air missile carried by fighter aircraft and recently, certain gunship helicopters. It is named after the Sidewinder snake, which detects its prey via body heat and also because of the peculiar snake-like path of flight the early versions had when launched.The Sidewinder was the first truly effective air-to-air missile, widely imitated and copied; yet its variants and upgrades remain in active service with many air forces after five decades. When a Sidewinder missile is being launched, NATO pilots use the brevity code Fox two in radio communication, as with all rear-aspect, or "heat seeking" missiles. AIM-9X: The next generation Sidewinder: After looking at advanced Short Range Missile (SRM) missile designs during the AIM portion of the ACEVAL/AIMVAL Joint Test and Evaluation at Nellis AFB in the 1974-78 timeframe, the Air Force and Navy agreed on the need for the Advanced Medium Range Air-to-Air Missile AMRAAM. But agreement over development of an Advanced Short Range Air-to-Air Missile ASRAAM was problematic and disagreement between the Air Force and Navy over design concepts (Air Force had developed AIM-82 and Navy had flight-tested Agile and flown it in AIMVAL). Congress eventually insisted the services work on a Joint effort and AIM-9M became the result thereby compromising without exploring the improved off boresight and kinematic capability potential offered by Agile. In 1985, the Soviet Union did field a SRM (AA-11 Archer/R-73) that was very similar to Agile. At that point, the Soviet Union took the lead in SRM technology and correspondingly fielded improved IRCM to defeat or reduce the effectiveness of the latest Sidewinders. As relations improved in the aftermath of the Soviet Union, the West became aware of how potent both the AA-11 and IRCM were and SRM requirements were readdressed. For a brief period in the late '80s, an ASRAAM effort led by a European consortium was in play under a MOA with the United States in which AMRAAM development would be led by the US and ASRAAM by the Europeans. The UK working with the aft end of the ASRAAM and Germany developing the seeker (Germany had first hand experience improving the Sidewinder seeker of the AIM-9J/AIM-9F). By 1990, technical and funding issues had stymied ASRAAM and the problem appeared stalled so in light of the threat of AA-11 and improved IRCM, the US embarked on determining requirements for AIM-9X as a counter to both the AA-11 and improving the IRCCM features. The first draft of the requirement was ready by 1991 and the primary competitors were Raytheon and Hughes. Later, the UK resolved to revive the ASRAAM development and selected Hughes to provide the seeker technology in the form of a high off-boresight capable Focal Plane Array. However, the UK did not choose to improve the turning kinematic capability of ASRAAM to compete with AA-11. As part of the AIM-9X program the US conducted a Foreign Cooperative Test (FCT) of the ASRAAM seeker to evaluate its potential and an advanced version featuring improved kinematics was proposed as part of the AIM-9X competition. In the end, the Hughes evolved Sidewinder design featuring virtually the same seeker as used by ASRAAM was selected as the winner. The AIM-9X Sidewinder, developed by Raytheon engineers, entered service in November 2003 with the USAF (lead platform is the F-15C; USN lead platform is the F/A-18C and is a substantial upgrade to the Sidewinder family featuring an imaging infrared focal plane array (FPA) seeker with claimed 90° off-boresight capability, compatibility with helmet-mounted displays such as the new U.S. Joint Helmet Mounted Cueing System, and a totally new three-dimensional thrust-vectoring control (TVC) system providing increased turn capability over traditional control surfaces. It retains the same rocket motor, fuse and warhead of the "Mike," but its lower drag gives it improved range and speed. AIM-9X also includes an internal cooling system eliminating the need for use of nitrogen bottles (U.S. Navy and Marines) in the launch rail or argon internal bottle (USAF). It also features an electronic safe and arm device (ESAD) similar to the AMRAAM allowing reduction in minimum range and reprogrammable InfraRed Counter Counter Measures (IRCCM) capability that coupled with the FPA provide improved look down into clutter and performance against the latest IRCM. Though not part of the original requirement, AIM-9X has demonstrated a Lock on After Launch (LOAL) capability, allowing for possible internal use for the F-35, and even in a submarine launched configuration for use against ASW platforms.
27 Jan 2009
859
Share Video

6:34
Seating cast rifle bullets. Cast bullets are more prone to damage when seating than jacketed bullets. Also velocities are lower than jacketed bullets. This particular load I'm using uses a medium burning pistol powder. In this case I'm usning Alliant "Unique", in my opinion it's the mose verstile pistol pwder out there. It can also be used in rifle ammunition when using cast bullets. The Poly Fill is used to take up the excess case capacity. This makes for a more reliable and consistant ...
29 Mar 2009
310
Share Video

5:38
USN doc/promotional movie, dated to late 60-ies, descrybing desk aviation, but mostly flight tests of C-130 Hercules t/offs & ldgs from/onto carrier desk.
2 May 2009
518
Share Video

9:58
You probably remember the unit patch of the 9th Infantry Division (ID) on Tom Hanks in the movie "Forrest Gump" and saw how it was fighting in the soggy, southern part of South Vietnam. However, the 9th began its combat history in North Africa against the Vichy French and Rommels Afrika Corps in WW2. The next thing that comes to mind is; Wheres the USMC? Are they not supposed to be the amphibious experts"? Why then are they ignoring inland waterway combat (they still do; the USN SEALS and ...
4 May 2009
165
Share Video

4:09
Ona ima oci koje znaju moje tajne sve moje tuge sve i moje nemire ona ima ruke i u njima svemir citavi u tom zagrljaju mogu umrijeti Ref. Boze, meni tako malo treba ispod ovog svetog neba topla postelja i njena oka dva Salji andjele cuvare svoje jer je dusa duse moje brani je od zla, Boze, kad ne mogu ja Ona ima usne i na njima okus tresanja koje niko ne zna ljubit kao ja Ref. Ref. Salji andjele cuvare svoje jer je dusa duse moje brani je od zla, Boze, kad ne mogu ja..
7 May 2009
8169
Share Video

3:03
Zeljko Joksimovic - Lane moje Lyrics: LANE MOJE Kad na te pomislim Bojim se da te opet zavolim U modre usne zarijem zube Da pravu bol zaboravim Lane moje, ovih dana Više i ne tugujem Pitam samo da l' si sama Ljude koje ne čujem Lane moje, noćas kreni Nije važno, bilo s' kim Nađi nekog nalik meni Da te barem ne volim (Nek' neko drugi) (Usne ti ljubi) (Da tebe lakše prebolim) Lane moje, ovih dana Više i ne tugujem Pitam samo da l' si sama Ljude koje ne čujem Lane moje, noćas kreni Nije važno ...
21 May 2009
1408
Share Video

3:36
Gledam iste oci, al nema one vatre, mrsim iste kose dok tebe odnose. Odavno te nema dal´ gore pesmu cujes, u jednom uglu srca, u meni stanujes. Zvezda za nas pada sa neba i bol traje kao san, tvoj zlatni prah tako mi treba da nadom bojim svaki dan, u mojoj sobi peva tuga i note sve placu za nas, u mojoj sobi daleko od juga, samo vetar ima glas. Tvoja slika mala, gleda me u oci i kao da je zn ala da kraj ce brzo doci... Bicu zedan tebe sve dok svetom disem, duzna si mi mnogo al usne najvise. Cuvaj jedno mesto kad jedne noci krenem, sakri me od Boga i budi uz mene. Zvezda za nas pada sa neba i bol traje kao san, tvoj zlatni prah tako mi treba da nadom bojim svaki dan, u mojoj sobi peva tuga i note sve placu za nas, u mojoj sobi daleko od juga, samo vetar ima glas. Tvoja slika mala, gleda me u oci i kao da je zn ala da kraj ce brzo doci...
23 Jun 2009
122
Share Video

8:09
USN EOD Cleaning up Baghdad one house at a time. HISHAMZ33...I hope you choke on a ham sandwich.
7 Sep 2009
101
Share Video