Cold war radar base that was part of an early warning system designed to alert of an attack by the Soviet Union. Opened in 1956 and closed 7 years later. [2048×1365][OC]

Cold war radar base that was part of an early warning system designed to alert of an attack by the Soviet Union. Opened in 1956 and closed 7 years later. [2048×1365][OC]

“A scene of devastation following a V2 rocket attack, somewhere in the south of England. In the foreground, a casualty is being carried away on a stretcher, whilst in the background, Civil Defence workers continue to search through debris and rubble.” 1945. [2360×1772]

“A scene of devastation following a V2 rocket attack, somewhere in the south of England. In the foreground, a casualty is being carried away on a stretcher, whilst in the background, Civil Defence workers continue to search through debris and… Continue Reading

Japanese battleship Haruna under attack by American bombers in the harbor of Kure naval base. July 28, 1945. 65 crew members were lost in the attack. [2048 x 2342]

Japanese battleship Haruna under attack by American bombers in the harbor of Kure naval base. July 28, 1945. 65 crew members were lost in the attack. [2048 x 2342]

Exercise Desert Rock IV, June 1, 1952. Sixth Army troops from Camp Desert Rock attack towards an atomic blast during a maneuver held by the Army at the AEC’s Nevada Proving Grounds in conjunction with the Atomic Energy Commission’s Tumbler-Snapper George nuclear test. [800 × 602]

Exercise Desert Rock IV, June 1, 1952. Sixth Army troops from Camp Desert Rock attack towards an atomic blast during a maneuver held by the Army at the AEC’s Nevada Proving Grounds in conjunction with the Atomic Energy Commission’s Tumbler-Snapper… Continue Reading

Workers gather near Suffren, a Barracuda-class nuclear attack submarine in Cherbourg-Octeville, northwestern France, on July 9, 2017 [1200 × 800]

Workers gather near Suffren, a Barracuda-class nuclear attack submarine in Cherbourg-Octeville, northwestern France, on July 9, 2017 [1200 × 800]

A bow view of the nuclear-powered attack submarine USS Miami (SSN-755) high and dry in the auxiliary medium repair dock Shippingport (ARDM-4) undergoing a routine hull inspection, March 16, 1994. [2850 x 1900]

A bow view of the nuclear-powered attack submarine USS Miami (SSN-755) high and dry in the auxiliary medium repair dock Shippingport (ARDM-4) undergoing a routine hull inspection, March 16, 1994. [2850 x 1900]

“Estimated Damage Report against Surface Ships on the Air Attack of Pearl Harbor” Map presented to Emperor Hirohito by Lt. Cdr. Mitsuo Fuchida, December 26, 1941 (More info in comments) [1047 × 1343]

“Estimated Damage Report against Surface Ships on the Air Attack of Pearl Harbor” Map presented to Emperor Hirohito by Lt. Cdr. Mitsuo Fuchida, December 26, 1941 (More info in comments) [1047 × 1343]

“British Maudslay 3-ton lorries parked up alongside the wreckage of German motor transport destroyed by shell fire during Third Army’s attack on Queant, 2 September 1918.” [3543×2837]

“British Maudslay 3-ton lorries parked up alongside the wreckage of German motor transport destroyed by shell fire during Third Army’s attack on Queant, 2 September 1918.” [3543×2837]

HSL 102, one of the Type-100 High Speed Launch vessels built by the British Power Boat Company during World War II. She carried out countless rescue operations and survived a German Messerschmitt attack that killed her radio operator. [3500×2465]

HSL 102, one of the Type-100 High Speed Launch vessels built by the British Power Boat Company during World War II. She carried out countless rescue operations and survived a German Messerschmitt attack that killed her radio operator. [3500×2465]

USS West Bridge (ID # 2888). In drydock at Brest, France, looking aft on the starboard side, showing the two torpedo holes received in a German submarine attack on 15 August 1918. [2700 x 3989]

USS West Bridge (ID # 2888). In drydock at Brest, France, looking aft on the starboard side, showing the two torpedo holes received in a German submarine attack on 15 August 1918. [2700 x 3989]

An aerial starboard quarter view (135 degrees off centerline) of the nuclear-powered attack submarine USS CHEYENNE (SSN-773). The CHEYENNE is the sixtieth and last Los Angeles class submarine to be built [1600 × 1048]

An aerial starboard quarter view (135 degrees off centerline) of the nuclear-powered attack submarine USS CHEYENNE (SSN-773). The CHEYENNE is the sixtieth and last Los Angeles class submarine to be built [1600 × 1048]