Rocket storage on board USS Garrett County (LST-786).
The ultimate Triumph Scrambler?
July 28th, 1914, World War I began. 100 years ago today, the world plunged into The Great War…
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Muzzle Blast: Ballistic Photography
The brilliant photographs above were taken by Finnish photographer Herra Kuulapaa. Using high speed cameras he has captured the amazing high resolutions photographs of muzzle blasts and bullets leaving the firearms’ barrels. The photographs are captured just microseconds after the weapon has been fired capturing the projectile just as it leaves the muzzle. The images stunningly capture gasses and ignition flames leaving the frames of the revolvers.
The photographs show the firing of firearms including: a .45ACP Glock 21, a .50AE Desert Eagle, an AR, a .44 Magnum Ruger Super Redhawk Alaskan and the huge Smith & Wesson Model 500 firing.
Kuulapaa’s photographs are used to study the transition phase ballistics of firearms as they have just fired mapping blast from different muzzle breaks and examining a projectile’s stability as it leaves the muzzle.
The Majestic American Eagle.
These are actual pics of the American Bald Eagle in the wild ladies and gentlemen.
"Haile Selassie (right), exiled Emperor of Ethiopia, whose empire was absorbed by Italy, returns with an Ethiopian army recruited to aid the British in Africa, on February 19, 1941. Here, the emperor inspects an airport, an interpreter at his side. On May 5, 1941, after the Italians in Ethiopia were defeated by Allied troops, Selassie returned to Addis Ababa, and resumed his position as ruler."
Flammpanzer III. BBQ zeit!
Ancient Mechanicum schematic showing a cut-away view of the vital organic components encased in the Thallax’s head
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