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Russian Knights in a 9-plane diamond formation with 4 MiG-29 surrounded by 5 Su-27 - video

The Russian Knights is an aerobatic demonstration team of the Russian Air Force Originally formed on April 5, 1991 at the Kubinka Air Base as a team of six Sukhoi Su-27s, the team was the first to perform outside the Soviet Union in September 1991 when they toured the United Kingdom This is one of their 9-planes diamond formation training: 4 MiG-29 surrounded by 5 Su-27 This is 1st part of whole video The video taken from forward-looking camera mounted on the front of HUD indication

British Army's new UAV Watchkeeper takes its inaugural flight - video

Watchkeeper WK450 is a £800 million contract to provide the British Army with an unmanned aerial vehicle UAV for all weather, Intelligence, Surveillance, Target Acquisition and Reconnaissance ISTAR use The Watchkeeper is to be based on the Elbit Hermes 450 UAV designated WK450 The engine is a rotary Wankel engine It is intended to enter service in 2010 It will have a weight of 450 kg and a payload capacity of 150 kg, and will have a typical endurance of 17 hours The Watchkeeper

Training snipers for crowd situations - use dummies on segways - updated video

In order to help train snipers in dealing with busy crowds in real world situations, the Australian military has contracted Marathon Robotics to come up with a unique solution - Automated Segways Each gyro-stablised people mover gets a dummy mounted on it, and a whole mess of them can be controlled and programmed from one station Combine the snipe-bots with a realistically built up area, and you get the ultimate in live-fire exercises This new video below looks at the facility an

The last 52 ships from a ghost ship navy of over 350 to be scrapped

The federal government and environmental groups reached an agreement Wednesday that will mean the end of the ghost fleet of retired ships in Suisun Bay The vessels were once part of a mighty reserve fleet of warships and freighters, but time and neglect has turned them into what one environmental advocate called "a floating toxic waste dump" Only 52 ships remain of a fleet that once was as big as a good-size Navy, and these rusting old vessels will be removed and cleaned up for an oce

Cage fighters experience Marine Martial Arts program - One mind many weapons video

On a recent trip to the Martial Arts Center of Excellence MACE at Marine Corps Base Quantico, UFC fighters Forrest Griffin, Rashad Evans, Gabriel Gonzaga, Marcus Davis, and former Marine Brian Stann, along with UFC president Dana White, experienced some of the Marine Corps' rigorous martial arts training These elite cage fighters learned that the physical and mental demands required of elite war fighters I like the "anything goes" aspect of the training [flash=640x385]http://ww

B-24 Liberator - Tulsamerican - wreck found in sea near Vis, Croatia

The wreck of a B-24 Liberator was found near island of Vis, Croatia Apparently this is the last Liberator that came out from factory in Tulsa, Arizona Therefore plane was named "Tulsamerican" and all workers had signed on it Danijel Frka, the diver who photographed the wreck was in contact with son of one of the KIA crew members of "Tulsamerican" He was interested in exact location of the plane So, few years later Frka found the wreck and intends to contact surviving members and br

Videos of soldiers failing at throwing grenades

Based on these videos of soldiers failing to throw grenades its a wonder that its not problem with soldiers killing themselves in combat In this video a entry team is being lead by a Cadet The cadet is supposed to employ a hand grenade simulator to kill the mock enemy, but instead he kills his team [flash=640x505]http://wwwyoutubecom/v/NdYkOdvwlpc&hl=en_US&fs=1&[/flash] A Chinese army recruit somehow managed to escape unhurt after throwing a badly aimed grenade The g

FBI to buy two massive Magfed 20mm Rifles with silencers and camo

The Federal Bureau of Investigation FBI intends to award a non-competitive, sole source purchase order for two 2 Magfed 20mm Rifles and accessories in accordance with FAR 6302-1 What would you use such a huge gun for Sniper hits at 3kms Apparently the Military uses 20mm as an anti-tank or anti-aircraft round The FBI intends to procure the following items: Magfed 20mm Rifle with Belgian Camo Overcoat finish Includes bipod, brake, handguard, free floated barrel and case

F-35B Joint Strike Fighter has a problem, it can't land vertically on ordinary runways as it melts them

The F-35B is in trouble, you can't just land them vertically anywhere, as was the intention, as they will melt the surfaces under them, including aircraft carrier decks A Navy report issued in January says that the F-35B won't be able to use forward bases Indeed, unless it ditches its short take-off, vertical landing capability and touches down like a conventional fighter, it won't be able to use land bases at all without some major construction efforts The newly released document,

Apache helicopters take out Taliban - graphic video

War video from Apache attack helicopters of the tracking and attack on a group of about 14 Taliban Graphic video, but the care they took to be away from the civilian areas before attacking was interesting The video shows 'execution like' surgical attacks, but as the commentators on [url=http://wwwmilitaryphotosnet/forums/showthreadphp176131-Apache-owning-Taliban/page2]Military Photos[/url] note, that a ground force would go in later, and that the survivors would try to fight them o

Unmanned helicopters almost ready for service

Boeing on Monday said that its autonomous, unmanned A160T Hummingbird made quick work of a resupply test last week at the US Army's Dugway Proving Ground in Utah During the demonstration, the cargo copter carried out seven test flights The Dugway demonstration was done in conjunction with a $500,000 contract from the US Marines Corps The Marines are looking to technologies like the Hummingbird as a way to resupply frontline troops hunkered down in rugged terrain Two of those flig

Narrated video of the F22 maneuvers at an air show

An F22 at an airshow with narration by a pilot talking about what the people are seeing and the abilities of the F22 Very good, as you get a good idea of its capabilities http://wwwmilitarytimescom/multimedia/video/index_daswffa=armytimes&wa=armytimes&wd=575&ht=324&cp=21772&bw=&state=vid&em=false&fn=/flv/20080714_rc_f22

US Military to grow jet fuel at $3 a gallon - new breakthrough

The US military announced they’ve got the price of a crude algae oil down to $2 a gallon, and are working on mass-producing jet fuel for a target price of $3 a gallon this year They’ve got the motivation: the military is currently using 60 to 75 million barrels of jet fuel a year More than that, fuel transport is one of the nightmares of operating in a place like Iraq or Afghanistan It’s no fun trucking tankers of fuel which are effectively moving bombs through a war zone [quote] Wh

Russians find 200 working modern tanks abandoned in a forest

About 200 modern Russian tanks have been discovered abandoned on the side of a road in the country's Ural mountains, footage published Saturday by websites showed Video clips from the E1ru website that were rebroadcast on Russian television showed local people clambering over some of the unguarded T-80 tanks that were parked in long rows in Kamishlovsk, about 100 km from the Ural city of Yekaterinburg Russian military prosecutors are probing how the tanks, Russia's main battle tank,

The Missing Link In Arab Armies - logistics and supply

The hidden problem that cripples Arab armies is their inability to run an efficent logistics and supply system American officers and NCOs come face-to-face with the differences when they are ordered to help Iraqi troops build an effective logistics system Two big problems were encountered First, the Americans have, in the past two decades, computerized their supply system The Iraqis can't adopt that, because they don't have enough computers, or people who know how to use them In
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