Are you ready for our Heroes in Action military videos? This week's U.S. Armed Forces military videos edition features a must-see video of the Coast Guard responding to the Air Force F-16 crash in Charleston, South Carolina with a rescue swimmer offering medical assistance to the pilot of the downed aircraft.
This week's military videos showcases all five service branches of the United States Armed Forces - Air Force, Army, Coast Guard, Marine Corps and Navy. You'll see night flight operations from an aircraft carrier, Army combat training, a "How to Breach Like a Marine" video clip, and more. And, as an added bonus, we're also sharing a National Guard Special Forces video.
Once again, let's all take the time to thank our military service members and veterans each and every chance we get. All it takes is a simple "Thank you for your service" the next time you see a member of our U.S. Armed Forces.
So, if you are ready, here are this week's military Heroes in Action!
This military video explains how aerial refueling works and introduces you to the Airmen who sustain this capability for our United States Air Force.
Here's a cool clip of U.S. Navy Sailors aboard the aircraft carrier USS Theodore Roosevelt (CVN 71) conducting night flight operations. We love watching this aircraft take off and land in the dark!
Enjoy this video of Marines with 3rd Marine Logistics Group, 9th Engineer Support Battalion teaching you how to kick in doors like a Marine. And yes, breakin' down doors, Marine Corps style includes explosions!
Enjoy some POV military video of 2d Cavalry Regiment gunnery training at the Stryker Gunnery Range.
Here's footage shot by the U.S. Coast Guard MH-65 Dolphin helicopter crew from Air Facility Charleston as they respond to a report of an Air Force F-16 crash, July 7, 2015, near Cooper River in South Carolina. The aircrew located the crash site and lowered a rescue swimmer to offer medical assistance to the pilot of the downed aircraft.
This military video shows members of the National Guard's 3rd Battalion, 20th Special Forces Group (Airborne) working hand in hand with members of the US Navy and US Coast Guard while conducting their training at Naval Station Mayport, Florida.
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