Mar 7 2012
In the 1960's and 1970's, Yugoslavians built monumental sculptures to commemorate World War II.
Mar 6 2012
The General Electric GAU–8/A Avenger is a 30mm hydraulically–driven seven-barrel Gatling–type rotary cannon that is mounted on the USA's Fairchild Republic A–10 Thunderbolt II. It is among the largest, heaviest and most powerful aircraft cannons in the US military and the world. The A–10 Thunderbolt was basically designed around this cannon.
Feb 27 2012
An unearthed WW1 solider wanders throughout the European countryside in this unusual short, revealing a humane side to the zombie race.
Feb 23 2012
In Tucson, Arizona, contemporary artists re-purposed abandoned WII aircraft, turning them into fresh and creative canvases.
Feb 15 2012
This is the continuation to our earlier post about abandoned cold war era Soviet Equipment that was left behind during the vast 1990's demilitarization. Some of these pictures are just amazing!
Jan 25 2012
Soviet Union stockpiled weapons all over its vast land during the Cold War. They needed to be prepared for any type of threat at any time and at any cost.
Jan 25 2012
Amazing photo of the A-10 Thunderbolt 2's most recognizable feature, the 30mm GAU-8/A Avenger gatling-cannon. Photo taken by Master Sgt. Jeffrey Allen of the US Air Force during a refueling over Afghanistan.
Jan 19 2012
Many say that this gun collection belonged to the late Charlton Heston, while others say it belongs to a Connecticut resident Bruce E. Stern. It is simply insane how many different variants of weapons there are here. I want to be here when the zombie apocalypse begins!
Jan 18 2012
Gotta love epic military photos. Gunner flying over hostile territory. US Airforce Photo by Staff Sergeant Stephen J. Otero. (Thanks Jessica Pierce!)
Jan 12 2012
An amazing shot I found on Wikipedia while cruising and reading some articles. Three AAV's (Amphibious Assault Vehicle) firing smoke grenades during an exercise. You will enjoy this one, just make sure to look at it in full resolution (click on the image).