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Tomcat Versus Eagle

This story is no shit because I was there. You civilians try to stay up and if you have to, Google it . The Air Force was thinking about acquiring the F-14 Tomcat.  The ones that were sold to Iran were built to Air Force specifications, mainly not carrier capable because the Iranians didn’t have [...]

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Why the Navy is Cooler than the Air Force

MiG-28! No one’s been this close before!

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Japan Commissions a….um…..Destroyer

Japan’s pacifist constitution renounces the use of force for purposes other than self-defense. That means the country has no offensive arsenal of long-range missiles, aircraft carriers or similar weapons of aggression. But…..

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The U.S. Navy- 237 Years

Kicking ass and taking names since 1775.

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Sailor Wins Historic Kiss

Wow! The Navy really is is an adventure. When the USS OAK HILL (LSD 51) returned to port Thursday, Petty Officer Citalic Snell had won the raffle to have  the first dockside kiss. Her partner Marissa Gaeta was there to meet her. Thank God they were women and pretty hot. Hell yes, we have the [...]

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Navy SEALS Magazine

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This is Not the Real Picture of Dead Bin Laden

There is a picture floating on the Internets that is photoshopped almost as much as Obama’s birth certificate. Purportedly “Taken by my son who’s a sailor in the Navy”. We repost side by side proof that it’s all fake. Everyone wants to know how it all went down.  Super Secret Dudes, Fog of War, Political [...]

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Seal Team Six Gets it Done

It was announced that it was SEAL Team Six that punched Osama Bin Laden’s ticket to Allah. No ordinary SEAL Team, ST6 is recruited from other active teams. Truly the Best of the Best.  Their Area of Operation is the most sensitive assignments. Often operating outside of normal legal barriers, SEAL Team Six gets it [...]

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FA-18 Explodes on U.S.S. Stennis

A mishap occurred during flight operations aboard the U.S.S. John C. Stennis (CVN-74). The  aircraft was on a training cruise on the Southern Californian coast. Early reports say that an engine installed on an FA-18 fighter jet exploded injuring 10 sailors on the flight deck. Although 4 were airlifted to hospital in San Diego, the [...]

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The Enterprise XO Video

It looks like Captain Owen Honors just might be the first victim of the Can’t Tell, Don’t Brag zero tolerance policy of the DoD. Cruise movies have been a long tradition in the U.S. Navy and a great morale booster for crews that have been at sea for more than a weekend. See for yourself….this [...]

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