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Special Forces attack on a house - graphic video

Special Forces working with Afghan Army The first guy through the door is Afghan A His weapon is hit and he turns and runs out the door look for sparks when rounds hits his weapon He ran outside and is killed by insurgents in the house this happens off camera The Special Forces soldier neutralizes the threat [flash=650x534]http://wwwliveleakcom/e/414_1303456500[/flash] This is a better version, but being Youtube, might not be around for long [flash=640x510]http://wwwyo

Flying the SR-71 Blackbird under attack over Libya

In April 1986, following an attack on American soldiers in a Berlin disco, President Reagan ordered the bombing of Muammar Qaddafi's terrorist camps in Libya My duty was to fly over Libya and take photos recording the damage our F-111's had inflicted Qaddafi had established a 'line of death,' a territorial marking across the Gulf of Sidra , swearing to shoot down any intruder that crossed the boundary On the morning of April 15, I rocketed past the line at 2,125 mph I was piloting th

Engaged ground troops directing a pair of A-10s during a battle - intense video

Ground troops calling in fire from A-10 planes during a battle Intense footage, with the tension and the cacophony of noise the pilot has to work with [flash=650x534]http://wwwliveleakcom/e/397_1302862255[/flash]

HMS Astute is the largest and deadliest hunter-killer submarine ever built - News articles about the HMS Astute

More complex than the space shuttle, and able to circumnavigate the globe without surfacing, the 7,400-ton monster is the largest and deadliest hunter-killer submarine ever built As long as a football pitch, at 318ft, and as wide as four double- decker buses, HMS Astute is a third longer than any sub which has gone before Her nuclear-powered engine will propel her through the water at more than 20 knots, yet the UK's first stealth sub makes less noise than a baby dolphin, making her as

Helmet cam video of Australian commandos in action in Afghanistan - video

Helmet cam video showing Australian commandos trying to take a mud shack in Afghanistan with close fighting Good, warning on content [flash=640x510]http://wwwyoutubecom/v/y4N2Xz5uICE[/flash]

Australian military order the wrong sized uniforms for their SAS - image

Australian SAS are roaming Afghanastan with uniforms that look like they may have shrunk in the wash Apparently the Australian MOD didn’t make the US/AUS conversion in sizes, so almost 100 uniforms came in a bit slighter than the soldiers could accommodate The mistake was made during the trial of the new US-made “Multicam” combat uniforms when the Defense Material Organization placed the order using Australian clothes sizes, neglecting to translate them into the equivalent US sizes for the

Russian naval vessel shoots at an unknown ship - video

First the Russian ship fired flares over the ship they wanted to stop Then they fired the flares directly at the ship Then they lose their patience and shoot it with, it seems, tracer and weapons Note that they only aim for the rear where the engines are No people are seen during the video Did they leave when they saw the Russians coming [flash=650x534]http://wwwliveleakcom/e/880_1301162468[/flash]

Satellites track ballistic missiles from launch to target - first time

A pair of low Earth orbiting demonstration satellites built by Northrop Grumman Aerospace Systems for the first time on March 16 detected and tracked a ballistic missile launch through all phases of flight, a Northrop Grumman official said March 22 This will really ramp up the debate over missile defense If countries lose the first strike option, then they will have to target the satellites first So-called birth-to-death tracking of a ballistic missile launch had never been done before fr

Soldier fought off 30 Taliban single handedly wins bravery award

A FEARLESS Gurkha who single-handedly fought off an attack by up to 30 Taliban soldiers has been awarded the Conspicuous Gallantry Cross Acting Sergeant Dipprasad Pun, 31, fired 400 rounds and launched 17 grenades to thwart the assault on his checkpoint in Afghanistan He also beat away an insurgent with the tripod of his machine gun when the weapon stopped working The Gurkha ran out of ammunition but detonated a mine to repel the final two Taliban fighters His company commander, Major

When you bury your IED too deep - Iraq explosion video

This is an amazing video of an IED explosion that apparently is too deep under the road [flash=650x521]http://wwwyoutubecom/v/shYanN4LxYQ&hl=en&fs=1[/flash]

Military recruits try to conquer the water hazard - funny video

Funny video of military recruits in a basic training exercise to get across a water hazard Some of the accidents look painful, and I am sure there is a lot of hilarity happening Turn the music down its just distracting [flash=450x370]http://wwwliveleakcom/e/b79_1232384374[/flash]

Tom Green in Afghanistan - video

Tom Green, TV host and actor, visits Afghanistan He's not a reporter and he doesn't know what happening, but there are some good shots of what it must be like for the Canadian forces there Worth watching [flash=640x390]http://wwwyoutubecom/v/VLuHMB438gc[/flash]

Out on patrol - soldier and companion - image

Great picture of a soldier and his companion out on patrol in Afghanistan

The Countermeasure Wash Down System on the USS Ronald Reagan

Interesting photo showing the washing countermeasure system that cleans the ship of bio or nuclear attack PACIFIC OCEAN Nov 24, 2008 Countermeasure wash down sprinklers are activated after a flight deck scrub exercise as the Nimitz-class aircraft carrier USS Ronald Reagan CVN 76 transits the Pacific Ocean The Countermeasure Wash Down System Is For Washing Down After A Nuclear Or Biological Attack Ronald Reagan is on a scheduled deployment in the US 3rd Fleet area of responsibil

British sniper kills two Taliban with one shot

Operating from a remote patrol base in Helmand, two British snipers were responsible for killing 75 Taliban fighters in just 40 days In one remarkable feat of marksmanship, two insurgents were dispatched with a single bullet The arrival at the newly-established Patrol Base Shamal Storrai Pashto for “North Star” in late August 2009 of Sergeant Tom Potter and Rifleman Mark Osmond marked the start of an astonishing episode in the history of British Army sniping Within 40 days, the two
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