AV-8B Harrier II
22,000 pounds of thrust allow the Harrier II to both hover like a helicopter and blast forward like a jet at near-supersonic speeds. With the ability to attack anywhere, the Harrier forces the enemy to defend everywhere.
The complementary integration of fixed-wing, rotary-wing, tilt-rotor and unmanned aircraft equips Marines with the capability to engage on any terrain on earth. Learn more about the aircraft of the Marine Corps.