Powerful Naval weapons in high-res (30 HQ Photos)


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  • etcrr

    #100 George Washington once said "Every post is honorable when serving your Country", I agree someone has to cook, someone has to clean the Head, Without these men doing their job there is no fighting force cause they would all be sick

    • wprince12

      We all had to do our 90 days on the mess decks. I always volunteered to do dishes. It was a shitty job, but I didn't have to deal with people which made it pretty awesome.

    • JobeyOneSon

      I served with BMCS on-board the USS Hopper. He was a pretty cool cat..

    • Underbaker

      Wasn't Under Siege a movie about a Navy Cook? <img src="http://www.covershut.com/cd_covers/Under-Siege-Cd-Cover-33706.jpg&quot; width="200">

  • Per Mare Per Terram

    Fantastic pictures as ever Brigade. What is the significance of a gold-painted anchor on the US warships?

    • Jim

      The Golden Anchor award signifies they have had the best retention in their class of ship. It means they have reenlisted the most sailors for a given period.

  • alex

    #31

    looks utterly ridiculous

  • ush

    Under Seige… just saying

    • ush

      Under Siege rather

  • GeekyTex

    I feel a little weird when I get aroused by something other than women.. But it this case, it's ok

  • Oscar

    #67 so much badassedness in one post

  • Verbal_Kint

    Like Ronnie used to say, "Peace through Strength". That shit works.

  • the_mike

    #37 Not Navy, but badass none the less.

    • CG Mike

      #14 and #77 are Coast Guard as well, more badass than Navy in my opinion, glad they're getting some love.

    • Bilgediver3rdclass

      That's right off the beach in good ole South "Party" Island, Texas. Great place to be stationed!

  • Mother Pus Bucket

    #15 – Proudly served aboard SSN 624 and SSN 771

    • TheIlluxion

      SSN 614 and SSN 755 Greenling and Miami for me. isn't 624 a boomer?

  • Deriously

    #36 didn't know we had AA guns with radar

    • TheIlluxion

      Look up Phalanx CIWS, 4500 20mm rounds per minute of auto tracking love.

  • sithney

    #25 supply ships don't get enough love

  • Kodos

    #67 #49 #15
    "There are two types of vessels… submarines, and targets"

    • TheIlluxion

      Boats and targets.

      Former RM1 SS/DV 🙂

  • TomatoTipper

    That is all actually pretty badass.

  • Patches

    Number 35's my bird!!! MH-60R!

    • Here

      #35

  • DudeWTF

    #5 Holy shit!

  • Dan

    Some of this I miss. I really don't miss all of the fire drills, inspections, and unnecessary bullshit they had us do every damn day, though.

  • derpington

    #92 Is that thing falling off the deck?
    #22 why don't they keep the brass?

  • penguin slayer

    #38 hms belfast

  • TheIlluxion

    #60 Coast Guard Cutter Eagle, what a beautiful vessel. I was stationed right across the river from her and was fortunate enough to go out into the sound on a day cruise. Sailing on that bad dog is absolutely awesome.

  • Per Mare Per Terram

    #63 Back in the early 90's I used to have to follow Russian ships in the Barent's Sea off of Norway on HMS Sheffield. I didn't realise all their ships were so run down. We would have had to de-rust it prior to lobbing an Exocet down their throats!!

  • Retired Navy

    Been there – Done that. Got the Anchors and the pension.

  • Tired Devil

    Good to see a few pictures of the Navy's real weapon… the Marines. lol

  • Sndmn300

    No love for the Seabees?

  • Flyfisher

    Reminds me of what happens the morning after Taco Tuesday.

    #5

  • OK Chiver

    retired army (naval gunfire qualified) – I have to admit the navy has got some really cool toys

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