The test-firing from an AH-1W Super Cobra like this one was the first for a wireless TOW from an airborne platform.
A U.S. Marine Corps AH-1W Super Cobra prepares to land during training in North Carolina in February 2015.
We all know that yard sales and thrift shops are great places to save money when you need to refresh your wardrobe or get end tables to refinish.
Bill Walton of the Trail Blazers is surrounded by well-wishers as he and his teammates arrived in Portland early Saturday, June 4, 1977 after defeating the Philadelphia 76 years 110-104 in the fifth game of their NBA championship series, Friday night in Philadelphia. (AP Photo)
Austrian four-man bobsled team is cheered by supporters after winning the gold medal in the event on Saturday, Feb. 22, 1992 in La Plagne, France. They are, from left: brakeman Thomas Schroll; driver Ingo Appelt, on shoulders; Harald Winkler, and Gerhard Haidacher. (AP Photo/Heribert Proepper)
From left, Molly Brannon, Del Jones, Ted Reynolds and Kati Standefer discuss a questionnaire on their anxiety toward death during a recent Death Cafe meeting. The sessions are designed to explore a topic that often is avoided by many people, discussing dying and life in an open, friendly way.
De Vie Weinstock, right, chats with Del Jones, far left, and Ted Reynolds during one of the Death Cafe sessions. The gatherings are designed to help people approach a topic that often is avoided, discussing death in a safe, relaxed way, and learn something about compassion and their lives.
Interior view of Democratic National Convention in 1924 at Madison Square Garden in New York. The convention ran from June 24 to July 9, 1924, with a record 103 ballots tonominate a presidential candidate. John W. Davis won the party's nomination beating the front runner Al Smith. (AP Photo)
Here is a general view of the Democratic National Convention in Chicago, June 27, 1932 as Sen. Alben W. Barkley of Kentucky delivered his keynote address. (AP Photo)
State banners massed about the speaker's stand at the Democratic National Convention in a demonstration following the nomination of Gov. Alfred E. Smith of New York as the party standard bearer for 1928. (AP Photo)
Jevon Grudup of the University of Missouri is consoled by former athletic director Dan Devine after he fouled out during their 92-72 loss to the University of Arizona at the NCAA West Regional Finals at the Sports Arena in Los Angeles, on Saturday, March 26, 1994. (AP Photo/Michael Caulfield)