Military

The first recorded use of the word military in English, spelled militarie, was in 1585. It comes from the Latin militaris (from Latin miles meaning "soldier") but is of uncertain etymology, one suggestion being derived from *mil-it- – going in a body or mass. The word is ...

USS Alabama, Battleship Memorial Park, Mobile, Alabama

USS Alabama, Battleship Memorial Park, Mobile, Alabama

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F-A-18 Hornet

F-A-18 Hornet

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Grumman F-14 Tomcat Naval Aircraft

Grumman F-14 Tomcat Naval Aircraft

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Paratroopers, Parachute Jumping, Navy

Paratroopers, Parachute Jumping, Navy

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Military Hummer With Snow Tracks

Military Hummer With Snow Tracks

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F-16XL and SR-71 in Formation Flight

F-16XL and SR-71 in Formation Flight

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Fighter F-14 Tomcat

Fighter F-14 Tomcat

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UK RAF Cottesmore Harrier GR7

UK RAF Cottesmore Harrier GR7

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USS Salt Lake City (SSN 716) Submarine

USS Salt Lake City (SSN 716) Submarine

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Jet-Fighter, US Navy

Jet-Fighter, US Navy

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Hawk Advanced Jet Fighter over Pennines

Hawk Advanced Jet Fighter over Pennines

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RAF Tornado F3 Fighters in Formation

RAF Tornado F3 Fighters in Formation

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RQ-4A Global Hawk, Unmanned Reconnaissance System

RQ-4A Global Hawk, Unmanned Reconnaissance System

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Lockheed SR-71 Blackbird

Lockheed SR-71 Blackbird

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Lockheed Martin X-35 Joint Strike Fighter

Lockheed Martin X-35 Joint Strike Fighter

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