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You see, nice try in your attempt to destroy the bridge. But the thing is, the engineers fixed it up well enough and the Marines crossed it because they’re comin’ for you.
This is a special photo gallery. Employ our forces the way they ought to be employed, be an enemy of the US, and as our enemy please know our men and women are “Comin’ for you” and they’ll get you.
I began this effort on February 3, 2014. It will grow as we spot appropriate photos.
That's the US Navy's RIM 116 Rolling Airframe Missile weapon system firing live — you'd better move, though it will probably find you anyway! The USS Bataan amphibious assault ship is offshore your location pal!
I'm looking for you, and when I find you, well…
For the Soldiers of 1st Battalion, 1st Special Forces Group, readiness means staying as sharp as the Yarborough knives the Green Berets earn after graduating the Special Forces Qualification Course. These Special Forces are deployed in small groups worldwide, looking and coming for you.
These Navy forces are practicing how to be inserted behind enemy lines, or on an opposing force ship, or wherever, and the wherever could include over at your place!
Charlie Battery, 1st Battalion, 41st Field Artillery fires a Paladin M109A6 Artillery System, this time on a firing range, next time could that sweetheart be for you? She has a 155 mm shell, is self-propelled and can fire from 11 mi to 19 mi depending on ordnance employed.
USAF F-16 Fighting Falcon, the Viper on his way to provide come air support to troops on the ground in Afghanistan. He's coming for you baby, or could it be a woman flying? Whoppers? You're in trouble!
These Sailors and Marines are coming for you sweetheart, in their visit, board, search and seize boat launched from the amphibious assault ship USS Arlington. They do this in the rivers, along the coastlines, or out at sea. No way to hide.
Do you understand just how much trouble you’re in? Why hell, even a dolphin is coming after you along with this Virginia-class attack submarine, the John Warner.
Meet a US Marine Stalker. The thing is, you do not see him, but he sees you, and that’s not good for you!
This is an USAF C-17 multi-ship formation coming for you pal, either with paratroopers to descend on you or to bring supplies to help our troops already there demolish you. These guys launched one right after the other to get to you as fast as they could.
What you have here is one each US Air Force B-1B bomber taking off on afterburners from Al Udeid AB, Qatar to conduct combat operations against you pal. You probably have forgotten the day these guys arrived since you are now history. The lads used afterburners because they were in a hurry to get back for lunch!
Shark attack! A F/18-18 Super Hornet from the Sunliners of Strike Fighter Squadron 81 (VFA-18) aboard the US aircraft carrier USS Carl Vinson getting’ ready.
USAF pararescue jumpers and combat rescue officers along with Army 7th Special Forces Group soldiers off the MV-22 Osprey got you in their sites pal!
Now lads, is there any doubt here in your young, demented minds who’s coming after you? Ha, you’re done pal!
The thing is, this is a fully loaded F-16 Viper and the dude has his afterburner on for a reason --- he’s coming to get you and he’s in a hurry to get back for lunch.
Awe gee, is that you down there Mr. Jihadist? Aufwieder bye-bye! Love letters from the US Marines.
See, here’s the deal pal. I have this machine gun and I’m coming to rescue one of our pilots. Mess with that pilot or me, and I’ll blow your brains out! Got it?
You’re in his sight pal. This US Marine Corps sniper is hitting his target 1200 meters away.
These US Marines are preparing to visit you pal. They’re firing a .50 cal machine gun in Djibouti, part of the 11th Marine Expeditionary Unit embarked aboard the USS Makin Amphibious Ready Group parked out there in the Arabian Sea, just for you. If they land on your shore, you can bet they’ll find you!
You might be sleeping dirtbag, but the US Navy is not. It’s coming for you!
Now seriously, does he look like he’s fooling’ around? USAF staff sergeant in the security forces prepares to engage an active shooter. Take a look at his eyes!
It really doesn’t matter where you try to hide, they’ll find you and take care of business.
Meet the USAF’s B1 Lancer bomber, delivering love notes from the American people to their enemies. Have a nice day!
These Marines are comin’ for you, should you demand they visit, from USN ships in the Arabian Sea. These Marines are aboard an amphibious assault vehicle and they have just exited from the amphibious assault ship USS Bataan. Oh yes, she carries an automatic grenade launcher, a .50 caliber machine gun, and she can carry 25 combat outfitted Marines inside.
Two Apaches, loaded to the hilt, com in for you Mr. Tough Guy. They’ve got at least a 30 mm (1.18 in) M230 Chain Gun carried between the main landing gear, four hardpoints mounted on stub-wing pylons, typically carrying a mixture of AGM-114 Hellfire missiles and Hydra 70 rocket pods. All with love from America.
I am an A-10 Thunderbolt, better known as the Warthog. My job is to kill enemy who threaten my troops on the ground. That gun that’s looking at you pal, she’s a single 30mm GAU-8/A seven barrel Gatling gun to supplement the 16,000 pounds of ordnance I’m carrying, just for you sweetheart! From your perspective, I am the Grim Reaper.
A five inch gift from America, just for you.
Hey Cong, these guys are saddled up and com in’ your way,and you’re gonna pay!
The USAF is upgrading is B1-B fleet with a new Battle Station that will, among other things, allow quicker targeting. She’ll be coming to you soon pal!
Just dropping by to say hello. One of many ways the US can come for you babe.
US Army Special Forces on their ride to visit ... Badasses them all!
US Navy Carrier Strike Group coming your way pal, an have a nice day, it’s your last!
We’re looking for you sweetheart, and when we spot you, you’re history. Sgt. James Shutts and Cpl. David Smith, UH-1Y Huey crew chiefs with Marine Light Attack Helicopter Squadron 369, search for their target as the aircraft flies over a sector of Helmand province, Afghanistan, in order to provide assault support for ground troops, February 15, 2014.
Special Warfare Combatant-craft, Special Boat Team 12, being air-dropped with crew aboard and ready to go, preparing to join lead boat for special operations. Training photo. The MH-47G Chinook is from 4th Battalion, 160th Special operations Aviation Regiment, US Army. Workin’ together to take the enemy down on the quick.
Load ‘er up. F/-18F Superhornet, Strike Fighter Squadron 102 “Diamondbacks,” uploaded and in final checks on deck of USS Washington patrolling Pacific. One mean machine.
The lineup, F-16 Fighting Falcons, also known as "Vipers," lined up in Atlantic City, NJ Air National Guard 177th Fighter Wing "Jersey Devils," ready to launch for the Pacific theater --- Viper Alley!
It’s not nice to fool around with the US. This is a trident II D-5 ballistic missile launched from the USS West Virginia (SSB 736) during a shakedown test. You don’t want this baby coming your way for real.
Oh yes, here is another part of the Triad the US can use against you. These are two B-52H Stratofortress bombers launching on their way from Louisiana to Europe.
This is an A-1 Skyraider on an attack mission in Vietnam. When she drops her fuel tanks, this mens she’s com in’ after you baby, and you ain’t gonna like it.
Now comes bad news for the enemy, the OH-6 Loach is bringing in the most lethal weapon in the US combat infantry --- ground troops.
If you like those laser guided bombs on the wings, you’re gonna love the cannon in the nose. A-10 Warthogs on e their way in.
Guess you guys just don’t learn. Here comes another USAF F-16 loaded to bear launching from Bagram, Afghan on his way to see you. Afterburners are on because he’s in a hurry to say hello.
Capt. Allison Black, 1st Air Force Special Ops, has already visited you. During her first combat mission over Afghan aboard AC-130 Spectre gunship, and she took out more than 250 Taliban fighters. She became known as "The Angel of Death."
The USS Donald Cook fires a Harpoon surface-to-surface missile practicing the sinking of enemy ships, or striking land targets. These sweethearts are looking’ for you pal.
USAF F-16 Fighting Falcon, also known as the Viper, launches at night from Bagram, Afghan. Yes lads, our pilots can find you, see you, and strike you at night, and you will be surprised.
An US Airman uploads ordnance on the wing of a B-52. One wonders who it might visit. You do not want to be under a B-52 when it delivers its gifts to the enemy.
Now tell me, do I look like I’m ready to fool around? I’m ready for you and I’ll be there shortly.
Let’s see, whose name ought to be put on these aircraft carrier bombs? Hmmm, so many choices.
USAF B-2 Spirit long range strategic bomber--- anywhere in the world, round robin from the US. Hmmm, where should I go today?
As the saying goes, you can run but you cannot hide. And if you hide, well they’ll be comin’ for you.
A-10 Warthog on combat sortie in Northeast Afghanistan. I got you in my sites sweetheart, so kiss your ass goodbye.
Just practicin’ with my M240 machine gun on my CH-47 “Happy Hooker.” This way I’m sure to get you!
Ya wanna rumble? Bring it on bubba. I’ll rip you to shreds.
Six UH-60L Black Hawks and two CH-47F Chinooks, assigned to Task Force Brawler, 4th Battalion, 3rd Aviation Regiment, Task Force Falcon, simultaneously launch a daytime mission from Multinational Base Tarin Kowt, Afghanistan and they’re com in’ for you babe.
My name is the USS Harry Truman, and I’ll pass in and out of the Strait of Hormuz at my pleasure.
Airman First Class (two stripes) Oswald, an USAF Immediate Reaction Force member, came out to look for you at Joint Base Balad. He’s always looking’.
Marines moving in
Now listen up boys. I aim to take that damn hill, and you lads are gonna get out of your tuxedos and get over there and take it. Hear?
F-14 Tomcat ready to go. Get ‘em skipper!
Armed and ready
USAF combat controllers on their way in
A-10 Warthog rolling in with presents from home
Dude! You might think I'm getting ready to cry. Wrongo-bucko. I'm gettin' ready to take you down, 'cause I'm one mean machine.
Coast Guard chasing drug smuggler “fast boat” --- No way you gonna make it Bubba
Not only will American chopper pilots kick your ass, American female chopper pilots will kick your ass too ...
... and so will American female fighter pilots, like this one did in Iraq ...
.... and so is this USN Lt. jg Watch Officer on a littoral combat ship