U.S. Navy performs sea-based testing of the Raytheon-built Standard Missile-6 in this video. SM-6 provides fleet air defense against fixed and rotary-wing aircraft, unmanned aerial vehicles and cruise missiles, both over sea and land. SM-6 has also been selected to fulfill the U.S. Navy's Sea-Based Terminal (SBT) role and will provide defense against ballistic missiles in their terminal phase of flight.
Pumped water spills from hoses as crewmen work to keep the Battleship USS Pennsylvania (BB-38) afloat after she was hit by an aerial torpedo during action off Okinawa 12 August 1945. The ship was saved. Hoses from gun barrels lead from ship's flooded compartments.
Aircraft carrier 'amazingly intact' after 64 years under the Pacific
Ballistic Missile Launching In Plesetsk, Russia The RT-2UTTKh ‘Topol-M’ is one of the most recent intercontinental ballistic missiles of Russia. Specifications: Weight: 47200 kg (104,000 lb); Length: 22.7 m (74.47 ft); Diameter: 1.9 m (6 ft 3 in); Warhead: Single 800 kt warhead; Engine: Three-stage solid propellant; Range: 11,000 km (6,800 mi); Speed: 10,800 mph (17,400 km/h); System: Inertial with GLONASS; Accuracy: 200 m CEP.