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 ...

Fighter F-14 Tomcat

Fighter F-14 Tomcat

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Coming Home

Coming Home

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Lockheed C-130 Hercules

Lockheed C-130 Hercules

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Machine Gunner

Machine Gunner

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Military Hummer With Snow Tracks

Military Hummer With Snow Tracks

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Military Jet Fighter Aircrafts in Formation

Military Jet Fighter Aircrafts in Formation

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Hand Grenade F-1

Hand Grenade F-1

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Ka-50 Black Shark (aka Werewolf or Hokum)

Ka-50 Black Shark (aka Werewolf or Hokum)

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JAS-39 Gripen

JAS-39 Gripen

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Air Force Pride

Air Force Pride

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Mid-Air Fill-Up

Mid-Air Fill-Up

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Transport Plane

Transport Plane

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SR-71, Slicing Through The Air

SR-71, Slicing Through The Air

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Anti-air-craft Rocket Launcher 2K12 'Kub' (or SA-6 'Gainful')

Anti-air-craft Rocket Launcher 2K12 'Kub' (or SA-6 'Gainful')

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