Round Three of What Is This Picture”

by Daniel Russ on June 21, 2017

Of course Civilian Military Intelligence Group exists on 4 platforms. One of them is Google+. There a blogger named Dylan posts from I No Longer Use The Internet. I do not know where he finds these photos but they are behind the line German and Russian shots taken during WWI or WWII. Here we go […]

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Yet Another Round of “What Is This Photo?”

by Daniel Russ on June 17, 2017

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Of course Civilian Military Intelligence Group exists on 4 platforms. One of them is Google+. There a blogger named Dylan posts from I No Longer Use The Internet. I do not know where he finds these photos but they are behind the line German and Russian shots taken during WWI or WWII. Here we go […]

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Another Round of “What Is This Photo?”

June 13, 2017
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Of course Civilian Military Intelligence Group exists on 4 platforms. One of them is Google+. There a blogger named Dylan posts from I No Longer Use The Internet. I do not know where he finds these photos but they are behind the line German and Russian shots taken during WWI or WWII. Here we go […]

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The Paintings of Amos Bad Heart Bull.

June 9, 2017
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        Born about 1868 or 1869, Amos was just eight when George Armstrong Custer led a column of US Army Cavalry against the Sioux Village at Little Bighorn. He was the son of Bad Heart Bull, nephew of Red Cloud, the famous leader of the Oglala Sioux. Following the killing of Crazy […]

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Real Boomerangs

June 5, 2017
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It’s just a flat hard airfoil, and for centuries, it was a go to tool for bringing home dinner. Man we have it easy these days. Here are some actual aboriginal boomerangs and some actual Aborigines and some instructional video. Enjoy.                       Save Save Related […]

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The Colt Revolving Rifle.

June 1, 2017
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Colt Ring Loader   Colt Revolving Rifle   The Colt Revolving Rifle was an attempt to capitalize on the success of the cylinder operated Colt Navy Revolvers. Everyone was looking for a multiple shot format that worked the best. Why not then just create a long gun version of the revolver action? The Revolving Rifle […]

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More Photo ID Guesswork

May 28, 2017
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  Again, I remind you I am guessing   Marines. Japan. maybe Okinawa, Rooting out dug in enemy.   PR Shot, Russians Counter attacking Germans     Italy. Nazi infantry unit mans an MG-42.     El Alamein, Bernard Montgomery, leaders of the 8th Army surveilling battlefield on top of a Matilda tank.     […]

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Guessing What These Photographs Are.

May 24, 2017
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  Folks, these are guesses.     PR Photo. Elbe Germany. A Russian officer and a US Officer each share the workings of the weaponry they are holding. A PPSh submachine gun, A Colt 1911 .45 caliber, and a Luger are examined.     Germany April 1945. Hitler Youth Corp carrying panzerfausts into Berlin to […]

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The Kamov-22 Soviet Fixed Wing Rotorcraft Hybrid.

May 20, 2017
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            Its Moniker was “The Hoop”, anointed so by NATO during the competitive Cold War projects between the East and the West. The idea was one of many rotorcraft/fixed-wing hybrids. This on was famous for its nickname “Vintokryl” or ‘screw wing’.   The Ka-22 was supposed to be faster than […]

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Previously Classified Atomic Bomb Footage

May 16, 2017

  Recently the Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory released previously classified films of atomic bomb tests conducted by the US in the 1950s. Some of the footage is astonishing in its beauty and symmetry. Some of these explosions are air bursts, some are filmed in slow motion and some are underground tests.   I have attached […]

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B2 Bomber Pics From Pinterest

May 12, 2017
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Special Air Service. A Most Interesting And Historic Special Forces.

May 8, 2017
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  The origins of today’s corps sized Special Air Service was really an attitude. It was the attitude that no matter the size of the enemy. No matter the odds. No matter the circumstance, there is a path to victory. Resourcefulness was a virtue in the British military lexicon, and here it meant small groups […]

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More Cool NASA Apollo Photos Shared By Popular Mechanics

May 4, 2017
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Buzz Aldrin     Apollo 11 Apollo 10         Save Save Related Posts:Great 1950s Experimental Military Designs From Popular Mechanics.Old Popular Mechanics War Technology

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Popular Mechanics Published These Awesome Apollo Mission Photos.

April 30, 2017
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Popular Mechanics Published these great photos from the Moon Apollo Missions.   Apollo 17 Lunar Rover     Apollo 17     Apollo 16 Seismometer   Apollo 16   Apollo 15     Save Save Save Related Posts:Stay Tunes For Similar Posts

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The Incredible LeMat Revolver. A Six Gun/Shotgun.

April 26, 2017
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    The LeMat was a cap & ball black powder revolver designed by Jean Alexandre LeMat. This was a creative and useful gun that did not see further use or expanded designs after the American Civil War. It was designed and sold to the Confederate Navy. The New Orleans gun manufacturer LeMat decided that […]

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The Danes Bring Back Conscription.

April 21, 2017
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The Peace Dividend didn’t last but seven years. It was 2010 when the Danish ended conscription. This year, they will recruit 4000 Danes. This is a result of the uncertain future of the US and the EU and NATO. Will Trump uphold his end of the bargain if the newly aggressive Russians start shooting? And […]

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The HS 293 Was The Father Of The SLAM Missile.

April 17, 2017
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  The HS 293 was one of the new weapons begun in 1939 by Henschel and a pioneering technology that we actually saw come to fruition during the Persian Gulf War. The HS 293 was a rocket powered 300 kg bomb that was launched in the air from it’s bracket slung underneath the wing of […]

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Most Politicians Would Have Been Destroyed By A Fiasco Like Gallipoli. Not Winston Churchill.

April 13, 2017
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  The First World War wound up to a deuced bloody stalemate by 1914. From the English Channel to the Swiss border, the historic trenches of World War I skeined through the countryside. Millions of men on either side were locked in a barren and unavailing bloodbath trying to break open holes in each others’ […]

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The Hwacha. Korea’s First Rocket Launcher

April 9, 2017
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  The hwach’a (화차; 火車) is the Korean phrase for ‘fire cart’ and was used as a multiple weapons launcher designed to send long thin arrow shaped rockets into enemy formations. It fired from 20 to 200 rocket arrows that were called singijeons. These were placed in a firing chamber where they were ignited almost […]

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Sherman Explained To The Government of Atlanta, Why He Intends To Evacuate and Burn Atlanta

April 5, 2017
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  HEADQUARTERS MILITARY DIVISION of the MISSISSIPPI in the FIELD Atlanta, Georgia, James M. Calhoun, Mayor, E.E. Rawson and S.C. Wells, representing City Council of Atlanta.   Gentleman: I have your letter of the 11th, in the nature of a petition to revoke my orders removing all the inhabitants from Atlanta. I have read it […]

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