Video of USS Gerald R. Ford (CVN 78) conducting air operations. Footages include: Landing and launching Navy F-18 aircraft from the carrier's flight deck. USS Ford is currently underway conducting testing and evaluation operations.
With just over a month before MSC Seaside sets sail on her first Caribbean voyage, MSC has given cruise enthusiasts a glimpse at what to expect from its newest ship - and it looks like the ultimate luxury cruise holiday .
Think Swarovski crystal staircases, cabins with private hot tubs and an entertainment programme with some very exciting offerings.
'The ship that follows the sun' is 1059ft long and 134ft wide, and boasts stunning features including a low waterfront promenade deck, glass floored catwalks and the highest ratio of seaside balcony view staterooms than any other cruise ship.
Now, we've had a more in-depth look than ever before as MSC unveiled a virtual tour of the ship, from the bars and restaurants to the outdoor pools and interactive water park.
Then of course, a sneak peek inside the glamorous cabins, 76% of which boast ocean views.
Scientists used myon particles to "x-ray" the cheops pyramid. They found an additional 30 meter long till yet unknown room. Large enough for a second "great gallery", several grave chambers or enough space to park two medium sized ufos side by side.
The Great Pyramids of Giza are the last of the Ancient Wonders of the World still standing. And we recently learned a little bit more about these massive structures that have stood for 4,500 years.
A team of researchers have found a "void" inside Khufu's pyramid on the Giza platform above Cairo.
It is the latest major finding from the ScanPyramids project - a major noninvasive study launched in 2015 to try and uncover the mysteries of the pyramids .
Last year, the project identified two secret chambers , pointing to a network of corridors inside the great pyramid.
Rather than employ archaeologists to drill and dig into the structures, the project uses advanced physics to detect what lies beneath the stone surface without touching it.
A KC-135 Stratotanker from the 340th Expeditionary Air Refueling Squadron refuels a group of EA-18G Growler aircraft during a flight in support of Operation Inherent Resolve.
Comprised of active-duty, Guard and Reserve aircrew service members, the men and women of the 340th Expeditionary Air Refueling Squadron help project combat power by providing agile, effective air refueling to a variety of aircraft ranging from bombers, reconnaissance, fighters, and cargo aircraft.
U.S. Soldiers assigned to the 173rd Airborne Brigade conduct live-fire training during exercise Eagle Strikeat at Grafenwoehr, Germany. The 173rd Airborne Brigade is the U.S. Army’s Contingency Response Force in Europe, providing rapidly deploying forces to the U.S. Army Europe, Africa, and Central Command Areas of Responsibility within 18 hours.
The deadly capabilities of one of Russia's most advanced fighter jets has been showcased in new footage by the country's Ministry of Defence.
A video showing the capabilities of the Su-30SM warplane has been released as it was announced that Russia's Western Military District would receive two more of the jets taking the overall haul tof the air force o 96.
The warplane made its maiden flight in 2012 but earlier this summer it was revealed the a modernised version of the fighter was to being developed based on Moscow's experience of operations in Syria .
The aircraft is capable of delivering strikes from air, surface and ground targets, according to Sputnik News .
Creatonotos gangis is a species of arctiine moth found in South East Asia and Australia.
Those four hairy tentacles are usually inside its abdomen until it's looking for a mate then they're inflated and are used to detect pheromones.
A detachment of Marines with 5th Battalion, 11th Marine Regiment, 1st Marine Division launch an M142 High Mobility Artillery Rocket System (HIMARS) from the deck of the amphibious transport dock USS Anchorage (LPD-23), striking a target off the coast of southern California.
HIMARS is a vehicle-launched, land-based precision rocket system the Marine Corps uses for fire support against artillery, armor and air defenses.
Members of the Japan Ground Self-Defense Force practice landing on and taking over a hostile shore during Exercise Dawn Blitz 2017. The exercise provides a training environment where forces plan and execute an amphibious assault and combined-arms event in a land and maritime threat environment to improve naval amphibious core competencies.
Mexican Jonathan Paredes capitalized on a late mistake by six-time champion Gary Hunt to win his maiden Red Bull Cliff Diving World Series title in Chile on Saturday.
The 28-year-old watched as Briton Hunt accidentally added an extra twist to his final dive, giving him a zero for the effort and opening the door for Parades.
The Mexico City native nailed his fourth and final dive to raise his World Series total to 720 points and take home the 2017 King Kahekili trophy.
Hunt ended the 2017 season with 710 points while fellow Briton Blake Aldridge finished third overall with 580.
On the women's side Australian Rhiannan Iffland defended her crown to win her second title at the iconic waterfall setting in Lago Ranco.
Iffland overcame injury to finish the season with 890 points overall, 150 points ahead of her countrywoman and second place finisher Helena Merten. Mexican Adriana Jimenez finished third with 690 points.
The Red Bull Cliff Diving World Series began in 2009 and takes place across six locations worldwide. It sees competitors attempt multiple twists and somersaults mid-air from heights as great as 90 feet (27 meters).
The F-35B is a STOVL (Short TakeOff / Vertical Landing) variant of the F-35A; this version has a vertically integrated blower in the fuselage, aft of the cockpit (used only for take-off or landing), as well as a main nozzle that can be turned downwards. The blower is connected to the low pressure turbine of the main reactor. Internal fuel capacity is reduced by 24% compared to the F-35A.
Video also include footage of V-22 during special operation.
A fireball blasted through the sky Wednesday afternoon which could be seen from New York and New Jersey.
However there were also reported sightings of it from Connecticut, Pennsylvania, Massachusetts, Maryland and New Hampshire, according to the nonprofit astronomy group The American Meteor Society.
3D trajectory submitted to the AMS shows the fireball was traveling from North East to South West and it ended hundreds of miles southeast of the Long Island shore, near the Nantucket Canyon in the Atlantic Ocean.
When I interviewed Greg McHugh at the Overland East Expo about his plans to full-time in a brand new Global Expedition RV, I told him it looks like he could survive the Zombie Apocalypse! It's that big and rugged. He gives us a tour of this beautiful behemoth and tells us why he chose this model and where he plans to go.