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The WW2 battle of Midway video in color

This color video shot by a filmmaker who was on Midway Island when the Japanese attacked in WW2 is remarkable This is a collection of footage taken by Hollywood director John ford during the epic battle of midway on June 4th through June 7th 1942 [flash=450x370]http://wwwliveleakcom/e/daa_1240568321[/flash]

US Army combat shotgun training video

This is a US Army combat shotgun marksmanship video, made in the 80's or 90's The video shows the application, versatility, effectiveness and training on how to wield a combat shotgun effectively on a modern battlefield I would have thought that only having 5 cartridges loaded at a time would be a big limiting factor, and having to stop an manually reload, instead of using a magazine, would be slow and cumbersome under fire [flash=480x385]http://wwwyoutubecom/v/vxnoirnaQdY&hl=

Military Robocopter with sniper system revealed

Imagine having a sniper silently hovering above a conflict area able to take out individuals at will instead of devastating an area with an expensive missile Welcome to the new military helicopter It's called the Autonomous Rotorcraft Sniper System It mounts a powerful rifle onto highly stabilized turret, and fixes the package on board a Vigilante unmanned helicopter The system is intended for the urban battlefield ó an eye in the sky that can stare down concrete canyons, and blink

Boeing reveals laser cannons for battleships

Boeing rescues battleships from redundancy by mounting them with laser cannons with unlimited magazine depth Just when ships looked on the way out with ICBM's, sea skimming missiles, and small fast attack ships, all threatening the viability of the largest aircraft carriers and battleships, the ultimate weapon is revealed, an electrically driven laser cannon Boeing has been awarded a US Navy contract valued at up to $163 million, with an initial task order of $69 million, to develop t

World's Foremost Unconventional Warfare Exercise for Green Berets

Robin Sage is a training exercise and the last phase of the 18-30 months of training that soldiers complete before they receive their "Green Berets" For more than half a century, around a third of North Carolina has served as the fictional "People's Republic of Pineland" for the 28-day exercise which culminates in the 19-day Robin Sage Robin Sage, the culiminating exercise of the Special Forces Qualification Course, is turning 35 this year Williams was participating in the exerci

Viper - your battle buddy robot- video

The Israeli viper robot is a versatile battle bot with a great wheel system VIPeR Versatile, Intelligent, Portable Robot, is designed to act as a partner to dismounted troops in urban environments, the 9-in-tall, 25-pound VIPeR can accept various sensor packages, including infrared cameras and software that maps buildings as the drone moves through them, as well as an explosives sniffer and a device that shoots jets of water to disarm bombs But it also can open fire with a mini-Uzi sub

Military robots and the future of war - video lecture

In this powerful talk, PW Singer shows how the widespread use of robots in war is changing the realities of human combat He shows us scenarios straight out of science fiction -- that now may not be so fictitious A great watch http://blogtedcom/2009/04/military_robotsphp

Oops - USS Port Royal runs aground on first day out caused up to $40 million damages

USS Port Royal, a United States Navy Ticonderoga-class guided missile cruiser, ran aground on its first day back at sea after an extensive refit The grounding may cost between $25 and $40 million On 5 February 2009, at 9 pm the Port Royal ran aground about a half-mile south of the Honolulu International Airport's Reef Runway The ship had just come out of a dry dock after undergoing maintenance and was undergoing its first sea trials The Port Royal had spent the last four months in a s

Looking for a new home: Free stealth ship and Mother ship

Anybody want some top-secret seagoing vessels The Navy has a pair it doesn't need anymore It has been trying to give them away since 2006, and they're headed for the scrap yard if somebody doesn't speak up soon One is called Sea Shadow It's big, black and looks like a cross between a Stealth fighter and a Batmobile It was made to escape detection on the open sea Inside the Sea Shadow [img]http://wwwmediacennavymil/pubs/allhands/mar01/26fjpg[/img] The other is known as the

Israeli Weapons company Rafael woo the Indian market with a hot music video!

What on earth were they thinking Rafael an Israeli developer and seller of advanced missiles and munitions is trying to break into the Indian market How to catch their attention Create a Bollywood video of Indian dancers surrounded by flower draped missiles dancing with a 1980's throwback Israeli singer Dinga dinga dee indeed I hope thats not the sound the missiles make as they take flight [flash=560x345]http://wwwyoutubecom/v/ktQOLO4U5iQ&hl=en&fs=1[/flash]

Goodbye pilots, soldiers now flying drones

A new era emerged recently when a Predator drone was flown from base by non registered pilots, just soldiers This benchmark may mark the end for the need of many pilots in the military as drone become more popular A US killer drone has carried out a lethal strike from the skies above Iraq, for the first time remotely controlled entirely by non-aircrew-rated, enlisted soldiers The milestone would seem to foreshadow redundancy for large communities of military pilots in coming years Acc

New portable sniper detection system rolled out for soldiers

The sniper detector tells within 1/10 of a second where the bullet comes from and how far away the sniper is What a great tool The only problem with it is that some people say there are no snipers in Iraq or Afghanistan [url=http://wwwmilitaryphotosnet/forums/showthreadphpt=152092]here[/url] The Rapid Equipping Force REF of the United States Army has purchased wearable sniper detector systems from QinetiQ Systems for soldiers stationed in Iraq and Afghanistan Deployment of t

What it was like to be Infantry in WW2 - Ernie Pyle reporting

Fantastic reporting from the famous Ernie Pyle on what it was like to be in the god damned infantry in WW2 "IN THE FRONT LINES BEFORE MATEUR, NORTHERN TUNISIA, May 2, 1943 - Weíre now with an infantry outfit that has battled ceaselessly for four days and nights This northern warfare has been in the mountains You donít ride much anymore It is walking and climbing and crawling country The mountains arenít big, but they are constant They are largely treeless They are easy to defend a

Abkhazian separatists in firefight with Georgian forces - funny video

Video of Abkhazian separatists in firefight with Georgian forces showing how firepower alone can never replace training These guys seem to think they are all Rambos Amazingly the Georgians lost to the Abkhazian because they were worse! [flash=480x385]http://wwwyoutubecom/v/suDLxBtJK00&hl=en&fs=1[/flash] More comments here http://wwwmilitaryphotosnet/forums/showthreadphpt=151192

5 Real Life Soldiers Who Make Rambo Look Weak

This great read covers five real life soldiers and their amazing actions Well worth reading #5 Simo Hayha had a fairly boring life in Finland He served his one mandatory year in the military, and then became a farmer But when the Soviet Union invaded his homeland in 1939, he decided he wanted to help his country Since the majority of fighting took place in the forest, he figured the best way to stop the invasion was to grab his trusty rifle, a couple of cans of food and hide in a tre
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