Flies at nearly twice the speed of sound and is equipped for air-to-air and air-to-ground combat
A twin-engine, mid-wing aircraft that protects friendly aircraft from radar detection and hostile fire.
CH-53E Super Stallion
The largest and strongest helicopter in the Marine corps, it can transport a full platoon of combat-ready Marines.
A tilt-rotor aircraft that combines the vertical flight capabilities of a helicopter with the speed and range of an airplane.
AV-8B Harrier 2
A fighter-bomber aircraft used for ground attack and combat air patrol.
AH-1W Super Cobra
A twin-engine attack helicopter used for rotary-wing close air support, armed escort and armed and visual reconnaissance.
CH-46 Sea Knight
A medium-lift cargo helicopter that primarily provides assault support, but also transports Marines, supplies and equipment.
KC-130J Super Hercules
A four-engine transport aircraft used for aerial refueling, medical evacuation, search and rescue, and airborne assault.
Weapons and Equipments
The service rifle of the Marine Corps since the mid-1960s
The M249 Squad Automatic Weapon is a machine gun used in combat to engage enemy targets.
Monocular night vision device
A single-eye night vision scope that offers superior depth perception and night-eye adaption
Himars(high mobility artilery rocket)
A ground-based weapon system that accurately engages targets at long ranges under all weather conditions.
A knife that, when attached, turns a rifle into a lethal close-combat weapon.
A semi-automatic, double-action pistol; the standard Marine Corps sidearm.
M203 Grenade Launcher
A single-shot grenade launcher that attaches to the M16 assault rifle under the barrel.
increase protection and mobility of marines operating in a hazardous fire area
M1A1 Abrams tank
The principle battle tank of the Marine Corps, and one of the most advance tanks in the world.
A highly mobile amphibious vehicle that transports Marines and cargo in hostile water and land conditions