Navy

Alligator Climbs A Fence At Navy Base Because It Has No Respect For Authority

He really scaled that chainlink like he had somewhere to be It’s not every day that an alligator climbs a fence and makes us wonder if it’s starting to have more in common with its smaller reptile cousins. This isn’t the first time we’ve seen a gator make it over a fence, either. Luckily, this …

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Adorable Baby Seal Tags Along With Navy SEALs During Beach Exercise

It looks like there’s a new recruit joining the Navy SEALs. He’s a strong swimmer and he’s enthusiastic to be part of the group. Even though becoming a SEAL might be redundant since he’s already a seal (would that make him a SEAL seal?) he’s not letting that stop from tagging along with this elite …

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Navy SEAL Led Team Of Americans Hit New Long-Range World Record With 5,000-Yard Shot

When Lobaev Arms reported their team taking the world record for a long-range shot at 4,604-yards, we figured they’d hold the title for a little longer than this! Former Navy SEAL Sniper Charlie Melton apparently didn’t like the record belonging to anyone other than the good ole U.S.A., so he decided to add a few hundred …

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VIDEO: Navy Railgun Test Fires Multiple Shots

It’s clear the railgun has a future ahead of it with its ability to fire projectiles ate earth-shattering speeds across long distances with pinpoint accuracy. The ability to rapidly fire (in terms of railgun speed) projectiles only further improves their usefulness across the board. Considering how much cheaper railgun ammunition is compared to alternative long-range …

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Drowning Elephant Rescued After Being Dragged Out to Sea

The Sri Lanka navy responded to a bizarre situation after a patrol boat spotted drowning elephant that had become stranded in the ocean. This definitely wasn’t their typical all for help, but they responded immediately. A strong current had ended up dragging the elephant out nearly 10 miles off the north-east coast of Sri Lanka. It …

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US Navy Sailors Have the Best Swimming Spots in the World

It doesn’t happen often, but swim call gives deployed Navy members and the Marines an opportunity to swim in some pretty awesome places. This moral boosting activity is typically employed to boost everyones spirits after months of being cooped up on a ship. If you’ve ever looked at a Navy ship and wondered what it’d …

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See the Incredible World’s Largest ‘Indoor Ocean’ Courtesy of the U.S. Navy

At 240 feet wide and 360 feet long, the MASK (Maneuvering and Seakeeping) – the U.S. Navy’s insanely massive indoor wave pool – definitely ain’t built for hosting barbecue’s. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OW14sajtE7E This indoor ocean, located outside Washington, isn’t even used in the traditional sense of a pool. Instead, this massive 12,000 million gallon body of water …

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See What 10,000 Pounds Of Explosives Going Off Way Too Close Looks Like

If you were ever wondering what a 10,000 pounds of explosives looks like when it blows up basically right under a Navy ship, it looks a little like the beginning of the end of the world. These particular tests, which are Full Ship Shock Trials (FSST), involved the Littoral Combat Ship USS Jackson off the …

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‘Earthquake’ off Florida Coast Was Actually Navy Explosives Testing

If you thought you felt an “earthquake” in Daytona Beach on Saturday, you aren’t alone. The Geological Survey reported an earthquake with a 3.7 magnitude around 4 p.m. just east-northeast of the popular beach town. In reality, the so-called earthquake was the result of an explosives test on the USS Jackson, a new U.S. Navy ship. …

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Engineers Create Robotic Jellyfish for U.S. Navy

In what could be the beginning of the end, a team of student engineers have built an autonomous, 5 foot jellyfish. While that may sound and look terrifying, this robot built by Virginia Tech College of Engineering researchers has more helpful plans than world domination. When it’s fully operational, this technology could be used for anything from …

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Russian Military Buys Five Dolphins for Combat Operations…Seriously

In a move straight from a certain (not so classic) 1973 film, the Russian government recently revealed they are looking to acquire five dolphins in an effort to bring back a Soviet-era military program that utilized sea mammals. With plans to use the dolphins in Crimea, the Russian defense ministry opened its bid at $24,000 …

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