January 2017

Vietnamese Centipede.

by Daniel Russ on January 29, 2017

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Not sure where this is from, although the photo just appeared on Google when I typed in Centipede. This guy is supposedly in Vietnam. Save Related Posts:Stay Tunes For Similar Posts

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  .   . For the first 150 some odd years that America was colonized, the relationship between the British and the Colonials was copacetic. Like other British colonies, America was a money making machine, shipping raw goods like cotton and timber to the United Kingdom for monetary gain. It worked well, a cross Atlantic […]

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Confederate and Union Veterans In More Peaceful Times At Gettysburg, 1919.

January 21, 2017
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Carl von Clausewitz on Hatred.

January 17, 2017
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    “Essentally combat is an expression of hostile feelings. But in the large-scale combat that we call war hostile feelings often have become merely hostile intentions. At any rate, there are usually no hostile feelings between individuals. Yet such emotions can never be completely absent from war. Modern wars are seldom fought without hatred […]

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The War on Terror Fought with Drones and Cellphones.

January 13, 2017
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      It was the summer of 2015, an armed American drones cut silent angry swathes through the skies over eastern Syria. They were looking for ISIS operatives who were quite effectively creating havoc in various governments in Syria and across the world. Their work was not done with RPGs or AK-47s. Their weapons […]

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Mars 2 and Mars 3 Were Brilliant Opening Salvos In The Race For Space.

January 9, 2017
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  Oddly, the first Martian artificial satellite was inserted successfully into Martian Orbit 46 years ago.   Mars 2 was launched by the Soviet Union in 1971. The potent Russian empire had put a satellite into Martian orbit, hundreds of millions of miles away. Mars 2 was a sacrament to the missile technology that so […]

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Everything That Could Go Wrong, Did Go Wrong. The Raid On Nagasaki Was A Near Disaster For Us.

January 5, 2017
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The actual bomb: Fat Man One would have thought that after the meticulous and monumental job of creating an atomic weapon in just a few years would be shadowed by the same meticulous planning in delivery. For the most part, World War II was decided by the armies that could best organizer and maintain supply […]

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Have A Booming New Year.

January 2, 2017
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Wherever You Are Today

January 1, 2017

Someone at home is thinking about you.   Related Posts:Stay Tunes For Similar Posts

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The PSN-2 Glider Bomber

January 1, 2017
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      It was 1933 when a Russian inventor was able to create a glider aircraft large enough to be a transport, or a bomber as well. The PSN or Planer Spetsial’no Naznachenaya – Glider for Special Purposes. Because so many of the special missions involved oceanic flying, the plane it self was conceived […]

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