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F/A-37 Talon prototype fighter.

On 18 June 2004 a scene for the upcoming Columbia Tri-Star movie “Stealth” was filmed on the flight deck aboard the Nimitz-class aircraft carrier USS Abraham Lincoln (CVN 72). Lincoln was conducting local operations in preparation for an upcoming scheduled deployment after 10 months of dry docked Planned Incremental Availability (PIA). About 80 cast and crew members were aboard the Everett-based aircraft carrier to shoot scenes for the Columbia Pictures ...

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GUY CASTS SOLID BRONZE AXE THEN ACCIDENTALLY CUTS 4 INCH (Fast Forward to 10:40)

SCROLL DOWN FOR VIDEO This video is full of everything. This dude Tito4re shows himself casting a beautiful bronze ax from start to finish. The whole process in very impressive. As he was doing some final grinding on the project the ax slipped off the table near minute 11 of the video leaving a large gash in his shin area. The craziest part about the whole video is there is ...

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BLACK HEAD REMOVAL ZOOMED IN 50X IS SATISFYING YET DISGUSTING

More and more people seem to be loving these pimple popping, zip leaking, and blackhead busting videos. I know because I see the website stats! Some of the most popular posts are the disgusting yet satisfying “pop’ videos. If you ever wondered what it was like to be up close and personal with a blackhead. We got you covered! This video is titled: Blackheads Removal Close up 50x Using Blackhead ...

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FLORIDA WOMAN BUSTS A CAP IN 12-FOOT PYTHON AFTER CAUGHT EATING HER PET GOAT (DISTURBING)

This girl did not like a snake eating his goat buddy. So she took matters into his own hands! Gra-ta-ta! All jokes aside this girl did need to act fast and one part of the internet is not the happiest about it. Are you kidding me that snake was just doing what it does to eat…what a piece of crap for shooting it…I’ve had them as pets and they are ...

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Normandy In Photos: Marking The 73rd Anniversary Of D-Day

On June 6, 1944, the Allies invaded German-occupied Western Europe by way of Normandy, France, during World War II. From D-Day through August 21, the Allies sent more than two million soldiers into Northern France and suffered more than 226,386 casualties. The Allied countries included the United States, Great Britain, France, Canada, Australia and China. There are countless monuments across Normandy’s beaches and inland to honor those who lost their lives. There is also ...

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(VIDEO) How Far Can A .50 Cal Sniper Round Drill Into The Earth?

Trying to determine how far rounds shot from the air can penetrate the earth, Matt Carriker from Demolition Ranch attempts to fire several different rounds from different guns into the earth from 40 feet above the ground. Standing on a 40-foot cliff, Carriker fires a 1911, an S&W .500 Magnum, a .308, and a .50 cal BMG from a Barrett sniper rifle. He then has to go down to the ground to search ...

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10 Countries With The Most Beautiful Soldiers In The World

SCROLL FOR VIDEO Nations around the world each spend billions upon billions yearly when it comes to their respective militaries. New tanks, planes, ships and equipment for their soldiers is always on the shopping list. After all, you have to keep your military in tip top shape with the best of everything, right? When we picture our military forces we often imagine all of this high tech weaponry and the ...

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BULLET VS GAS TORCH

In this video this guys they are trying to melt ammo with Gas Torch which is quite dangerous to do this thing, please follow the video for more information and see what is going to happen ?

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Tank rolls over a bomb

(Scroll down for the video) In this video, we have a tank roll over a car which was actually an IED, we don’t see that at first but once the tank gets on the car the bomb activates and it blows up. This US M1 Abrams battle tank doesn’t seem to be affected at all by the blast so nobody was hurt.

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WATCH How An AR-15 Rifle Works

The AR-15 fires from a locked bolt, meaning that when a cartridge is chambered, the bolt closes behind the case and rotates 15 degrees: the lugs on the bolt head engage the protrusions on the barrel extension, solidly locking the bolt in place, so it can withstand the high pressure produced by powder combustion.

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