I'm sitting on one of the ship's "little guns."
My husband, Greg, standing next to a bullet for the ship's "big guns." This is why you don't want to go challenging a battleship.
With the proper leverage, I might be able to get out of here. Where are the sword toting blacksmith and the crazy pirate when you need them?
I liked this shot, and it took a while for me to frame. The gun on the ground is what military folk refer to as "anti-aircraft."
I think this is the missle room inside the sub. A maniquin is "checking out" the missles. I had to stop taking pictures because the submarine was so small that I just wanted to look at everything and get out.
A swiftboat--John Kerry's political demise.
Below, you can see some artwork on the planes (and one yellow cart-thing). I took these pictures to give me an illustration of the military sense of humor. Sometimes, these little things can help my writing more than the research.