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The F/A-18 Super Hornet and members of the USS Enterprise flight deck team enjoying the moment off the coast of the Carolinas
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An EA-6B Prowler takes off from the flight deck of the USS Enterprise.
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This F/A-18 Hornet, from Strike Fighter Squadron Eight Two beings to punch a hole in the sound barrier during a super sonic flyby on behalf of embark distinguished visitors during Big E's last deployment.
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An F/A-18F Super Hornet Catching the wire on the USS Kitty HAwk
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an f/a 18F super hornet about to land aboard a navy aircraft carrier
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The United States Naval Academy Class of 2007 tosses thier midshipman covers into the air upon thier graduation at Navy Marine Corps Memorial Stadium.
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Those damn midshipmen one again providing us with a good laugh.

Here's the scenario: In a evacuation drill, these plebes had to drag someone across a ground without standing up. These two got a little too creative...or they just wanted attention.

The inspiration for the edit comes from the Demotivator series at [link]

If you found this funny, check those guys out.
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Wow! Look at the magical powers that O-8's in the Navy have nowdays!

Seriously, no photomanipulations here. I just caught him at a conspicuous angle that makes him look like he's hovering slightly off the ground.
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This is my friend in the Navy. We were having a divisional party and he has an Arabian Coca-Cola in his hand. This is during the Iraqi Freedom. Location: Off the coast of Iraq.
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This is a picture during my wog day. For those of you that don't know what that is, it is a navy tradition when the ship crosses the equator and all those that have not undergone the shellback initiation are considered wogs. This is your initiation.
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The coolest planes ever.
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USS Stennis in the background.
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I love those things. I really is unreal to watch one land o.O you would think it would be shaky at best.. but it just kinda.. floats down and settles onto the flight deck.. Cept for one guy. I saw him cut his jets too soon and dropped it like 3 feet. I bet his crew cheif wasnt happy.
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the last stand!
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our lights burnt out so they gave us these shop lights to play with. so we did. if any one could photoshop this picto get rid of the cords or what ever go ahead! just let me know so i can see it. i am the one on the left.
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This shot was taken in Wildwood NJ.
There is a port near by and they were shipping out the next day to go over seas and then to another destination that was unknown to them. This was there last day to call family and friends.

It Stops Time because it is there last day to be safe and on US soil.

I hope you enjoy and remember the forces that protect us!
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I took this photo for a friend of mine who used to be in a Ranger regiment. He saw the group of Rangers loading up for a mission and handed me his camera to capture it.
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An HH60 Medevac Black Hawk from the California National Guard's 126th Medical Company in front of the Golden Gate Bridge in San Francisco, CA.
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A while back I posted in my journal a link to a video I did for a Special Forces soldier killed in Afghanistan [link] . This was the only still photo I took after his casket had been loaded onto the C17 and his fellow soldiers trickle away. According to tradition, he was the only passenger.

[Here is a direct link to the video footage I shot of this ceremony: [link] ]
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Parodied off the picture on Time magazine during WWII
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