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 ...

SR-71, Slicing Through The Air

SR-71, Slicing Through The Air

1024x768, 270K

X-31 Vector ESTOL Research Aircraft

X-31 Vector ESTOL Research Aircraft

1024x768, 184K

USS Theodore Roosevelt (CVN 71), Aircraft Carrier

USS Theodore Roosevelt (CVN 71), Aircraft Carrier

1024x768, 187K

F-117 Nighthawk Stealth Fighter Attack Aircraft

F-117 Nighthawk Stealth Fighter Attack Aircraft

1152x864, 256K

Harrier GR9, British Aerospace

Harrier GR9, British Aerospace

1152x864, 127K

Landing Party

Landing Party

1152x768, 261K

Military Jet Fighter Aircrafts in Formation

Military Jet Fighter Aircrafts in Formation

1280x1024, 261K

Nimrod First Flight, British Aerospace

Nimrod First Flight, British Aerospace

1600x1200, 192K

Hefty Payload

Hefty Payload

1024x768, 157K

Thunder Storm, Military Landing Field

Thunder Storm, Military Landing Field

1024x768, 156K

Ka-50 Black Shark (aka Werewolf or Hokum)

Ka-50 Black Shark (aka Werewolf or Hokum)

1024x768, 129K

Large As Life

Large As Life

1024x768, 81K

USS Alabama, Battleship Memorial Park, Mobile, Alabama

USS Alabama, Battleship Memorial Park, Mobile, Alabama

1024x768, 128K

All Hands On Deck!

All Hands On Deck!

1024x768, 156K