lunaneko14:

Time Haters

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pwnagepancakes:

swimsuitmodel:

Steam humor in a nutshell

jmogley:

Just graduated got my silver wings.

jmogley:

Just graduated got my silver wings.

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militaryarmament:

The evolution of the warrior.

From top to bottom: 

Greek warrior - 600 BC.

Roman Centurion - 100 BC.

Persian warrior - 6th century. 

Viking warriors - 10th century.

Samurai warrior - 16th century.

Continental Army soldiers - 1775 / The American Revolutionary War.

German Wehrmacht soldier - 1940 / Second world war.

U.S Army soldier - Korean war / Vietnam war.

U.S Army soldier - Afghanistan war / 2014. 

Polish special forces / GROM - 2014.

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flytofight:

Naval Air Station North Island - 1961
An extremely diverse array of aircraft on the tarmac, a testament to how rapidly technology was developing in the mid 20th century.  Modern U.S military doctrine now shifts away from single role aircraft, emphasizing a multi role capability on all platforms.   

flytofight:

Naval Air Station North Island - 1961

An extremely diverse array of aircraft on the tarmac, a testament to how rapidly technology was developing in the mid 20th century.  Modern U.S military doctrine now shifts away from single role aircraft, emphasizing a multi role capability on all platforms.   

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maddehhey:

assbutt-astronaut:

imjusttoocooltohaveagoodurl:

I sometimes wonder if Americans get this part of the film, because basically all the Swans in England belong to the Queen and it’s against the law to kill one, and because they’re Police Officers, they obviously can’t break the law so they save the Swan

I am an american and I had no idea thank

I am british and I had no idea thank

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flytofight:

F-117A Nighthawks readying for launch.  The front two Nighthawks have their mission markings visible just below the cockpit.  
Although the Nighthawk was officially retired as of 2008, several have been spotted flying within the Nellis AFB test range within the last few years.  

flytofight:

F-117A Nighthawks readying for launch.  The front two Nighthawks have their mission markings visible just below the cockpit.  

Although the Nighthawk was officially retired as of 2008, several have been spotted flying within the Nellis AFB test range within the last few years.  

skelee-enfeel:

Canadian Forces Air Command CF-104 Starfighter. These aircraft were notorious for being accident prone, costing the lives of thirty seven pilots in the twenty five years the aircraft was operated. Many of these aircraft were later passed on to Norway, Denmark, and Turkey.

skelee-enfeel:

Canadian Forces Air Command CF-104 Starfighter. These aircraft were notorious for being accident prone, costing the lives of thirty seven pilots in the twenty five years the aircraft was operated. Many of these aircraft were later passed on to Norway, Denmark, and Turkey.

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