When you're hungry, exceptions must be made
Pope Francis embraces horribly disfigured man
Have you seen my worm hole?
A U.S. Marine Navajo Code Talker, 67 years after helping win WW II [639 x 960]
USS Augusta, USS Midway, USS Enterprise, USS Missouri, USS New York, USS Helena, and USS Macon in the Hudson River in New York City for Navy Day celebrations, 27 Oct 1945 [1,581 x 1,993]
Old Cincinati Library, looking at one of the large cast-iron book alcoves that lined the Main Reading Hall, circa 1900 [990 x 977]
The history of Marine Corps aviation in one image [750×497]
A U.S. Attack Submarine surfaces near Ice Camp Nautilus in Prudhoe Bay, Alaska, to the interest of onlookers [2,100 x 1,575]
John Belushi poses with Steve Martin on the day he died in 1980. [960 × 619]
Amazing P-38 Lightning head-on, airborne photo [2194 x 1055]
As if fish eyes weren't creepy enough already
P-40 Tomahawk belches flames as its engine starts. [1,400 x 933]
Breathtaking photo of a B-1B Lancer in its jetwash on a steep ascent. [2048 x 1365]
The (former) Marine Corps Commandant's Personal Ride, an F-35B STOVL Lightning II Jet Fighter-Bomber [1,522 × 1,039]
The cast of Young Frankenstein join Mel Brooks at The Daisy on Rodeo Drive in Beverly Hills, 1974.
U.S. Marine Corps F-35B drops laser-guided bomb in weapons test near Eglin AFB, Florida. [3000 x 2400]
Wham! Nuns have snowball fights, too.
Mike Rowe and his TV crew wearing diapers
NYC Grand Central Station, 1929. The sun can no longer shine through the windows this way because of the taller buildings that now surround the station.
Detailed aerial of a flight deck crowded with F/A-18 Hornets and Super Hornets aboard USS DWIGHT D. EISENHOWER (CVN 69) [1,920 x 1,080]
Rare 1944 color image of B-24 Liberators parked outside of USAF Plant 4 in Fort Worth, Texas. [800 x 640]
They named him Ralph
16-year-old soldier Walter Kleinfeldt photographed in the German city of Ulm in 1915. Just a few weeks later, he was in the Battle of the Somme. [964× 1,172]
Three F-35B Lightning II Joint Strike Fighters with Marine Fighter Attack Squadron 121, the first F-35B squadron, fly in formation during aerial refueling training over eastern California, Aug. 27. [3456 × 2304]
The Hollywood Hotel, 1956
The first F-35B aircraft, the Marine Corps variant of the F-35 Lightning II, arrives at Eglin Air Force Base, FL. [3,264 x 2,448]
Cmdr. Tony Brick Wilson takes aircraft a U.S. Navy F-35C Lightning II carrier variant, into a 45-degree dive during an external GBU-12 weapons test on 18 February 2016. [1200×800]
Tower Records on the Sunset Strip, 1979 [788 × 1,185]
I don't think I've seen an aircraft make such a low pass, least of all an F-111 Aardvark [3,000 x 2,207]
A brave Orthodox priest tries to prevent a clash between demonstrators and police in Kiev, Ukraine.
Pope visited the sick during U.S. trip
How's this for a unique Desert camouflage paint job on an F/A-18? [1024x681]
A Marine fires his Thompson submachine gun at enemy positions on Peleliu, September 1944. [693 x 891]
Whoa! Imagine looking off the starboard side of your cruise ship, and seeing a Virginia-class attack sub running on top! [843 × 403]
Marine WW II Navajo Code Talkers honored last night during national television broadcast [960 x 720]
Pope Francis' Five-Finger Prayer
Three F-35B Lightning II Joint Strike Fighters with Marine Fighter Attack Squadron 121, the first F-35B squadron, fly in formation during aerial refueling training over eastern California, Aug. 27.
New Littoral Combat Ship USS JACKSON Commissioned at Austal USA shipyard in Mobile, Alabama [1280 x 762]
Lightning Strikes Twice: Heritage Flight of F-35A Lightning II and P-38 Lightning [2,048 x 1,049]
59-1/2 Mulberry Street, NYC, 1888
331 East 100th Street, 1966.
Belated birthday wishes to pioneering MIT computer scientist and the first female U.S. Navy Admiral, Amazing Grace Hopper, born December 1, 1906.
Rare photo of Alfred Hitchcock in front of the Psycho House
F-117N Seahawk variant of the USAF Nighthawk proposed by Lockheed for the U.S. Navy in early 1990's [900 x 600]
St. Marks Place between 2nd and 3rd, facing East, 1968.
170th and Charlotte Street, 1980. Photo by Dave Nystrom
I always wondered where trains came from.
USS Newport News (SSN 750) underway in translucent waters [3,888 × 2,592]
Navy F-35 Joint Strike Fighter gets VFA-101 Grim Reapers squadron markings [1200 x 839]
Just when you think you're safe from snowball fights because you're a nun...wham!
Whoa! Imagine looking off the starboard side of your cruise ship, and seeing a Virginia-class attack sub! [843 × 403]
The 100th F-35 Lightning II leaves the factory, making a stop in the fuel barn to prepare for its first flight. Check out jet’s tail flash sporting the first F-35 LF tail code for Luke Air Force Base. [960 x 638]
Halloween at the retirement home
Chinatown, 1964. These pagoda-style phone booths were commonplace at the time.
HUGE Ohio-class Submarine Ballistic Missile Tube Quad-Pack [1764x1323]
Four F-22 Raptors form up on an aerial tanker over Sardinia Island, Italy, en route to Holloman AFB from Southeast Asia.
Three F-22's overfly Pearl Harbor -- Hawaii Air National Guard, 19th Fighter Squadron. [1024 x 755]
Another cool camo scheme on a Super Hornet [3302x2193]
Cmdr. Tony Brick Wilson takes a U.S. Navy F-35C Lightning II carrier variant into a 45-degree dive during an external GBU-12 weapons test on 18 February 2016. [Hi-Res]
AC-130U Spooky gunship firing its 25mm cannon [1024x680]
NYC Grand Central Station, 1929. The sun can no longer shine through this way because of the taller buildings that now surround the station. [900 x 691]
A B-58 Hustler in afterburner at twilight. [900x593]
17 B-52 bombers take off in sequence to test mission readiness in rapid launch exercise at Minot AFB [1024x681]
UH-1Y Huey with the new AN/ALQ-231 Intrepid Tiger II ACB Electronic Attack (EA) attachment pod
South Street at Beekman Street, facing West, 1984. Photo by Janet Delaney
A USAF F-35A in the foreground, with Space Shuttle Endeavor at Edwards AFB, California [1824x1216]
The “Gray Dragon”, the only F-117A Nighthawk stealth fighter painted in an experimental two-tone gray color scheme [1024x768]
How I feel when people ask me why I don't have enough work
Lockheed Martin delivers the 200th F-35 Lightning II (Marine F-35B STOVL variant) Electro-Optical Targeting System. The system provides pilots with unprecedented situational awareness and precision targeting capabilities [1280×1024]
The history of Marine Corps Close Air Support in one image
First operational F-35B STOVL joins Squadron at MCAS Yuma November 16, 2012 [1024 x 506]
The history of Marine Corps fighter-attack aviation in one image [750×497]
Amazing F/A-18 Hornet photo [2100x1500]
Lockheed Martin delivers the 200th F-35 Lightning II, a Marine Corps F-35B STOVL variant, with the Electro-Optical Targeting System. The system provides pilots with unprecedented situational awareness and precision targeting capabilities for carrying out CAS missions, among others. [1280×1024]
A Marine MV-22B Osprey with Squadron 263 flies over the Al Anbar Province of Iraq [3,000 x 2,400]
Navy F-35C blasts out of Eglin AFB in full afterburner. [2,700× 1,928]
Today in 1960, a jet airliner exceeded Mach 1 for the first time in history. A modified DC-8 Series 40 hit 667 mph in a shallow dive. [960 × 758]
Cher getting into her Ferrari Dino with actress Tatum O'Neal in West Hollywood in 1975. They would be directly in front of the Troubadour and Dan Tana's restaurant.
U.S. Marines landing at Cape Gloucester, New Britain, 26 December, 1943 [1106 x 1386]
Marine Corps Navajo Code Talkers honored live last night during Monday Night Football
A Marine Corps F-35B fighter jet conducts operations as night falls aboard USS WASP [1800 x 1200]
East side of Eighth Avenue, between 119th and 120th Streets, 1970s
Oct. 13, 2016 -- The Arleigh Burke-class destroyer USS Nitze (DDG 94) launches a strike against coastal radar sites in on Yemen's Red Sea coast. The sites were used to attack U.S. warships in international waters. [640 × 480]
Great shot of USS Boston (SSN 703) running on top. [2,991 × 2,350]
I don't think I've ever seen an aircraft make a pass this low -- particularly not an F-111 Aardvark [3,000 x 2,207]
Old Cincinati Library, looking at one of the large cast-iron book alcoves that lined the Main Reading Hall, circa 1900.
An F-35B STOVL variant Joint Strike Fighter conducts night ops aboard USS WASP [2,700 x 2,121]
Look Ma...no catapult! F-35B makes a short takeoff from the flight deck of an assault ship [6016 x 4016]
A Marine Corps F-35B Lightning II makes a vertical takeoff from the flight deck of USS WASP [2048 x 1365]
Lightning flash illuminates F/A-18 Hornets on flight deck of carrier Eisenhower (CVN 69) during a dark night at sea [1600 x 899]
P-40 Tomahawk belches flames as its engine starts.
U.S. Marine EA-6B Prowler from Bagram Airfield conducts operations over eastern Afghanistan [990 x 659]
Minetta Lane, facing north up MacDougal, in the late 1960's
A great, B&W shot of USS Lafayette (SSBN 616) underway during sea trials, circa 1962 [1,501× 1,216]
This odd-looking plane, a Saab J-35 Draken, made over 1,000 test flights 60 years ago [1,600 x 1,074]
The last submarine ever built at Portsmouth Naval Shipyard (Kittery, ME), was USS SAND LANCE (SSN 660), launched Nov 11, 1969 [960 x 629]
Workers pose for a photo in the four-tube quad-pack built for the U.S. Columbia-class and U.K. Successor-class ballistic Missile Subs at General Dynamics Electric Boat Division.
LOTS of F-16s at this Turkish Air Force Base...
Lightning Strikes Twice: USAF Heritage Flight, F-35A Lightning II and P-38 Lightning
Jewish survivors of Buchenwald concentration camp stand on the deck of a refugee ship, July 15, 1945 in the Port of Haifa. [1247 x 905]
How many A-10 Warthogs can you count in this photo? They are the 354th Fighter Squadron of the 355th Fighter Wing, based at Davis Monthan Air Force Base, Arizona -- and are preparing to deploy to the Middle East. [2048x1273]
Los Angeles-class sub USS Santa Fe (SSN 763) practicing recovery of special ops team [3,600 × 2,486]
Lockheed Martin delivers the 200th F-35 Lightning II Electro-Optical Targeting System (Marine F-35B STOVL variant). The system provides pilots with unprecedented situational awareness and precision targeting capabilities. [1280×1024]
Crew of Los Angeles-class fast attack submarine USS BOISE (SSN 764) await a package while underway, being lowered to them from a Navy Seahawk helicopter. [1,000 x 1,524]
USS NORTH DAKOTA (SSN 784) is the first Block III Virginia-class sub, and includes a redesigned bow housing new, state-of-the-art sonar that expands her reconnaissance and weapons capabilities. [1,200 x 754]
On 3 May 1909, Ensign Chester W. Nimitz, the future World War II fleet admiral who would say he considered the submarines of the time a cross between a Jules Verne fantasy and a humpbacked whale, assumed command of USS Plunger. [960 x 753]
A supersonic Convair B-58 Hustler bomber in afterburner at twilight. [900x593]
WW II struggles and heroism show on the distinguished face of this Navajo Code Talker. RIP, Cpl. Sidney Bedoni, USMC.
Belated birthday wishes to the first female U.S. Navy Admiral, Amazing Grace Hopper, born December 1, 1906. [753 x 600]
Fully-armed, newest model Marine Corps AH-1Z Viper Cobra in descent for attack [2,100 x 1,500]
The ORIGINAL most interesting man in the world. You may learn some things about His Eminence Francis Cardinal George, OMI.
Crewmen of submarine USS BOISE (SSN 764) receive a package while underway, lowered to them from a Seahawk helicopter. [1,000 x 1,524]
Some scale for the massive Ohio-class fleet ballistic missile submarines (SSBNs), or boomers. They provide extreme stealth for the precision delivery of 24 Trident II nuclear missiles. Pictured: USS Alaska (SSBN 732), one of 14 operational in the U.S. fleet. [1,326 x 2,079]
Wreckage of F-22 Raptor crash on November 15, 2012 near Tyndall AFB (pilot ejected safely) [1024 x 681]
Beautiful formation in flight of Marine Corps F/A-18's [960 x 640]
Marines and Sailors salute the USS Arizona Memorial from the amphibious assault ship USS PELELIU, as she enters Pearl Harbor
A 21st Century holster for Inspector Harry Callahan
A U.S. Marine Navajo Code Talker, 67 years after fighting in the Pacific Theater of WW II [639 x 960]
Peck Slip and Water Street, facing East, early 1970s. Photo by Susan Saunders
Lt. General George S. Patton awarding the Silver Star to a black enlisted man for gallantry in action at Chateaudun, France, 13 October 1944 [1,110 x 1,383]
F-16i Sufa jets are well-camouflaged as they patrol over Masada [960 x 639]
The solution to office boredom
The 100th F-35 Lightning II leaves the factory, making a stop in the fuel barn to prepare for its first flight. Check out the jet’s tail flash sporting the first F-35 LF tail code for Luke Air Force Base.
Oct. 13, 2016 -- Arleigh Burke-class destroyer USS Nitze (DDG 94) launches a missile strike against coastal radar sites in on Yemen's Red Sea coast. The sites were used to attack U.S. warships in international waters. [640 × 480]
Visual statement of why the U.S. Navy is the most powerful Naval force in human history.
A forest of oil derricks in Signal Hill (adjacent to Long Beach), California, in 1941. [960 × 719]
Explorers Martin and Osa Johnson with their plane The Spirit of Africa and Borneo encounter Marut tribesmen while on Safari, circa 1935. [1,829 x 1,309]
Rare color photo of tenement district in Brockton, Massachusetts. Circa 1940, by photographer Jack Delano [640 x 454]
AH-1Z Zulu Cobra hovers near a group of Marines at Camp Pendleton. [2048 x 1362]
USS Ohio (SSGN 726) at Puget Sound Naval Shipyard, the first of four ballistic missile submarines to undergo conversion to a guided missile submarine (SSGN). [2100x1396]
Sailors and Marines salute the USS Arizona Memorial from the amphibious assault ship USS PELELIU, as she enters Pearl Harbor.
Why Gargoyles hate winter
Japanese artist's conception of a cutaway B-29 bomber's crew compartment during WW II. [960 x 730]
Spectacular shot of Los Angeles-class attack submarine USS ALBUQUERQUE (SSN 706) running on the surface. [2464 x 1347]
Virginia-class sub NEW HAMPSHIRE's crew posing for a group photo at the Polar Ice Cap ICEX, on 30 March, 2011. [1,502 × 1,007]