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State of the union

The first month of 2015 isn’t even officially over yet and I’m already seeing an unexpected uptick in good fortune. With great change comes strife and difficulty, and I had more than my share in 2014. 688 more words

Top 10 Most Powerful Weapons of The Israeli Military

INTRODUCTION

The Israeli military known as the Israel Defense Force (IDF) is a very unique one. From the moment of its creation, it has been involved in a never ending conflict with its neighbours. 2,363 more words

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Sea of love (30/365)

I joined the Navy for many reasons. I wanted a Masters in something. Not quite sure what that is yet but I know I want one. 302 more words

US Navy SUPER DEADLY griffen anti boat missile system

Military Videos – US Navy SUPER DEADLY griffen anti boat missile system.

The US Navy griffen anti boat missile will provide the US Navy good protection against attacks from small boats The AGM176 Griffin is a lightweight precision kinetic effects munition[2] developed by Raytheon It has been designed to be launched from the ground or air as a rocketpowered missile or dropped from the air as a guided bomb It is intended as a precision lowcollateral damage weapon with a relatively small warhead for the kinds of irregular warfare operations encountered on battlefields such as Afghanistan where it has been successfully proven in combat

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HMS Loch Lomond (K437/F437) was a Loch-class frigate of the British Royal Navy. The ship was...

HMS Loch Lomond (K437/F437) was a Loch-class frigate of the British Royal Navy. The ship was named after Loch Lomond in Scotland.

The ship was ordered from Caledon Shipbuilding & Engineering Company, Dundee, Scotland on 2 February 1943, and laid down on 7 December 1943. 43 more words

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HMS Loch Killisport (K628/F628) was a Loch-class frigate of the British Royal Navy, named after...

HMS Loch Killisport (K628/F628) was a Loch-class frigate of the British Royal Navy, named after Loch Killisport (Scottish Gaelic: Caolisport) in Scotland. Launched in 1944, the ship was not commissioned until July 1945, and served in post-war repatriation operations in the Far East until decommissioned in April 1946. 75 more words

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Matsushima (松島?) was a Matsushima-class protected cruiser of the Imperial Japanese Navy. Like...

Matsushima (松島?) was a Matsushima-class protected cruiser of the Imperial Japanese Navy. Like its sister ships, (the Itsukushima and Hashidate) her name comes from one of the traditional Three Views of Japan, in this case, the Matsushima archipelago near Sendai in Miyagi prefecture. 28 more words

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