The navy or the air force?
The Navy. They control the airplanes on them, too.
The USAF controls land based aircraft and air based tactical/strategic nuclear weapons (TAC and SAC, respectively).
Yah, US Navy.
The Air force is weak... Carriers have a US Navy Captain who is under orders from a fleet Admiral, IIRC. Of course they are all eventually under orders of the CINC, cheifs of staff and congress.
This guy also has a lot to do with the control of carriers.
That would be the Navy. The pilots are Navy pilots, not Air Force.
You thinkin about a career in the US military? US Navy pilots have a good chance of becoming a NASA astronaut (although right now that might not look so appealing). A chance in a life time.
However, having racked up about 2 hours of simulation time I can tell you that landing on a carrier is not an easy thing to do.
Is it just me or does that look like Donald Trump's right hand man George Ross?
I don't see it....
I guess it's just me then
But the Air Force has the B-2's.... hwo can you have those and be weak. Cost guards weak... army is weak... they dont have much cool stuff :D
we have nuke power! i love my job
That was a joke.. right? Come on townsend, you know me better than that.
what's wrong with the US military?
1. It's a military
2. It belongs to the US.
(hense the name: US Military )
what is wrong with either of those?
Why don't you look for yourself.
Coast Guard, yes. Army NO! Bite your tongue. Black boxes and whiz bang gadgets do not make a force strong.
pff, weeeeeak :D. Crazy army guys and there tanks. What tank ever had a chance against an F-15 :D
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