Our Heroes in Action military videos pack plenty of punch this week. From Tomahawk cruise missiles to AC-130 Gunship cannons, you're going to want to put on the headphones and crank up the volume on these U.S. military videos.
Along with live-fire exercises and awesome military weapons, you can also get a first-hand look at what it feels like to be a U.S. paratrooper with an awesome GoPro video.
In this United States Navy video, the U.S. Navy destroyer USS Gridley (DDG-101) conducts a test firing of a Tomahawk Cruise Missile. This military video features multiple views with split screen and slow motion.
Enjoy this video of 82nd Airborne Division doing a massive US Paratrooper drop over white desert in New Mexico from C-17 Globemaster plane. You'll get a first-person view of what its like to participate in the drop around the 4:50 mark with some GoPro video footage.
The Rapid Equipping Force, harnesses current and emerging technologies to provide immediate solutions to the urgent challenges of U.S. Army forces. If our soldiers need something, these guys are ready to create it - and than includes a 500-round ammo backpack.
Here's a military video showcasing the 4th Special Operations Squadron Airmen conducting a live-fire training exercise mission in an AC-130U Gunship during Emerald Warrior 2015 at Hurlburt Field, Florida. Emerald Warrior is the Department of Defense's only irregular warfare exercise. This thing is a beast!
Watch as U.S. Marines conduct a long range raid live-fire exercise in Southwest Asia - undisclosed location - CENTCOM AOR. Unit - Special Purpose Marine Air-Ground Task force – Crisis Response – Central Command, 15th Marine Expeditionary Unit, 5th Marine Expeditionary Brigade.
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