Marines-pictures

Marines assigned to Force Reconnaissance Platoon, Maritime Raid Force, 26th Marine Expeditionary Unit, prepare to conduct a high altitude high opening (HAHO) jump from a CH-53 Super Stallion during category 3 sustainment training in Louisburg, North Carolina, June 6, 2015. The training allowed the Marines to practice proper techniques and procedures while in preparation for deployment to the 5th and 6th Fleet areas of responsibility later this year.

(U.S. Marine Corps photo by Cpl. Andre Dakis/Released)

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Selfies challenge! I was tagged by Matt fuckingflying who posted eight selfies so I’m not sure if this was the six selfies challenge or just selfies in general so i posted seven.

  1. Me at some Red Lobster in upstate New York with my dads family last summer. I thought my hair looked good here
  2. Me and Maddie arrojarse on halloween. I was a “ceiling fan” (hahaaaaa) and she was whatsherface from Futurama
  3. Me and Marin antisocial-media with the matching Yes Homo t-shirts maddie got us for christmas. I still need to find mine so i can actually wear mine now that i’m out
  4. Scandalous photo of me trying to do something with my hair fresh out of the shower
  5. Me and Sara t-e-m-p-o-r-a-r-y-y at some dumbass SGA meeting at school
  6. Me, Amanda thelastgoldengirl and Evan hollowman83 when we went to caltort with hallie thatrandomcrazyginger (hallie im sorry i couldnt find a picture of all four of us) my hair is nasty here
  7. Me two hours ago at my cousins house in front of the fire we had going out back

guys i love the selfie challenges but im running out of selfies to post for them lol

oh yeah i have to tag people. i tag everyone mentioned in this post PLUS franklin-hellano-roosevelt unabletofunktion emiliamazing

Thanks matt!!

Joint Strike Fighter make 100th flight by United States Marine Corps Official Page on Flickr.

On March 7, 2011, the first F-35B Joint Strike
Fighter test aircraft (BF-1) completed its 100th flight with BAE test
pilot Peter Wilson at the controls. BF-1 flew in short take-off,
vertical landing (STOVL) mode to continue expansion of the STOVL flight
envelope to demonstrate design durability and in preparation for
shipboard testing scheduled for later this year. The F-35B is the first
JSF variant with two aircraft completing 100 flights and will be the
first stealth fighter for the U.S. Marine Corps and is undergoing test
and evaluation at NAS Patuxent River. Photo courtesy Lockheed Martin.

IMK’s readcoat picture.

It really does remind me of Hanna’s body structure and walk. The way her legs move and the arms rest next to her body.

I know we can’t really trust these things because they had other people filming these scenes but it that’s supposed to be the redcoat reveal, wouldn’t they show a face, and therefore, shouldn’t the actress film it?

My point is, it looks like Hanna in my opinion and if she was supposed to make a dramatic turn to the camera for the reveal, it would have been Ash Benzo filming the scene.

The pic:

Hanna:

F-35B takes its 100th flight by United States Marine Corps Official Page on Flickr.

On March 7, 2011, the first F-35B Joint Strike
Fighter test aircraft (BF-1) completed its 100th flight with BAE test
pilot Peter Wilson at the controls. BF-1 flew in short take-off,
vertical landing (STOVL) mode to continue expansion of the STOVL flight
envelope to demonstrate design durability and in preparation for
shipboard testing scheduled for later this year. The F-35B is the first
JSF variant with two aircraft completing 100 flights and will be the
first stealth fighter for the U.S. Marine Corps and is undergoing test
and evaluation at NAS Patuxent River. Photo courtesy Lockheed Martin.

anonymous asked:

I just saw something I found really funny that you, and possibly your friend in the Army might find funny. So Tumblr was giving me an ad for the Marines, and I decided to look at what people were saying. So the Marine in the picture has camouflage paint on his face... and people were offended at the use of 'blackface'....

Ooooh boy. Someone needs to explain to them what camouflage is…