Top 1000 Military Pictures

U.S. forces use heavy equipment to pull a MiG-25R Foxbat-B from beneath the sands in Iraq on July 6, 2003. A U.S. military search team has uncovered several MiG-25s and Su-25 ground attack jets found buried at Al-Taqqadum airfield west of Baghdad.

Mostly because the Iraqis never imagined that their government would fall for good. Remember their aircraft were utterly destroyed while still on the ground during the Iraq war. They buried them with the thought that they would return to them and unearth them after

Hawker Hunter

They did indeed use the area rule. [Sydney Camm](http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sydney_Camm)* knew his shit. *Mind-blowing aircraft designer fact of the day: a man who was 10 when the Wright brothers took their first flight had a hand in the original design of a warplane that’s still

Estonian Special Ops member during Parade Rehersal

Well, I mean, apart from the fact that both a Canadian soldier and this Estonian soldier wear pixelated “woodland” camouflage, they hardly look the same. For example, [here is a picture of a canadian soldier](http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/d/d9/Canadian_infantry_in_Ancon_2010-07-19_1.JPG/800px-Canadian_infantry_in_Ancon_2010-07-19_1.JPG). Obviously, there are many differences right of the bat.

Seal team 3 in Afghanistan

Most countries refer to their elite commando units as Special Forces. The UK has their Special Air Service and Special Boat Service but consider them Special Forces. In the US military Special Forces are an actual military unit (aka the “Green Berets”), so to

SR-71 Releasing Drag Chute

It’s worth adding that even though the SR-71 overflew plenty of countries with less modern air defenses, overflying the Soviet Union would still have been incredibly dangerous. Even during the SA-2 era it’s likely the Soviet Air defense system would have been capable of