2011 Weekly Babes
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Category Archives: Military
Armor plating an already armor plated tank? Explosive Reactive Armor tiles are fitted as part of the Tank Urban Survival Kit II. (Tusk II) They are filled with an explosive sandwiched between two metal plates. When penetrated, the explosive detonates … Continue reading
Hostage rescue training with a long pole.
The RNLAF AH-64D Apache Demo Team puts the chopper through a series of loop and other maneuvers.
I can’t seem to spot the microwave antenna farms in this video. I know they have them. They must be where all the cars are parked (there are certainly none on the streets.)
It’s 240 feet wide, 360 feet long, and holds over twelve million gallon of water. This is the MASK, the maneuvering and seakeeping basin at the Naval Surface Warfare Center at Carderock (Bethesda, Maryland.) It’s one of the largest indoor … Continue reading
A singing jarhead with a knife is a wonder to behold.
Long Saturday This training episode pits pilots flying American FA-18 fighter jets against Russian Mig-29s flown by German pilots. [20:59] YouTube link.
Our parents’ and grandparents’ day of infamy 75 years ago.
The Sergeant Majors bear a mysterious link to Monty Python. And vice versa.
Today is Veterans Day. Whether you served or not, fly the flag.
Some of this stuff we know. More of this stuff we didn’t know.
The Excalibur is a 155mm satellite-guided artillery shell. Excalibur was first fielded in Iraq in 2007 for urban or complex-terrain engagements in which collateral damage must be kept to a minimum. Excalibur has a ruggedized Global Positioning System (GPS) satellite … Continue reading
Video of an Indian Air Force Jaguar fighter jet chasing a Nirbhay cruise missile. Coordinating the launch of the missile and the fighter must be a headache.
A new concept for the US Military to target T-90 and Armata tanks has been unveiled that will provide an element of surprise. Looks like animated science fiction and imaginative thinking.
Sniper team members explain their role in protecting the President and having to jump in front of a bullet.