F-14 Tomcat Pilot:
The Tomcat first entered service with the US fleets in 1973 as a replacement for the Phantom. It is an all weather strike fighter capable of speeds over Mach 2 with an operational ceiling of over 50,000 ft.
The most characteristic feature of the Tomcat is the "sweep wing" feature.
Navy Tomcats have a 2 person crew comprising one pilot and tactical radar officer and the aircraft is capable of delivering 13,000 pounds including Sparrow, Sidewinder and Phoenix missiles.
Whilst not the most recent of the US carrier borne aircraft, the Tomcat is still an extremely potent unit of a carrier's firepower.*
2nd British Commando Unit: Private Robert Jones
When Britain faced its darkest hour in 1940, Prime Minister Churchill sought a means to strike back at Germany. This led to the formation of the British Airborne Commando Units.
The first of these units was No.2 Commando, which was later renamed the 11th Special Air Service Battalion. Numerous Commando units operated effectively throughout Europe and on D-Day carried out airborne assaults into Normandy. In later campaigns they supported both the 82nd and 101st US Airborne Divisions and also carried out independent operation.*
Russian Spetsnaz "Falcon"
The Russian Interior Ministry Spetsnaz unit known as the "Krechet" or Kondor was originally formed in 1991. Their role has changed over time and whilst stationed in Izhevsk, it is responsible to the Moscow Federal Government.
The unit recruits its members from the Airborne, Marines, Navy ant other special units and is today, Russia's premier domestic counter terrorist task force.*