What movie is this from?
made for tv remake of Sahara
I liked it as a little kid, battle scenes are pretty dumb
>you will never operate this hard with a fal
Not a webm but still most relevant thread I could find for it. If someone could webm some parts of it I'd appreciate it. Back from when Sweden was cool and the airforce was one of the larger ones in the world. Cool shit.
>109 kills all its energy chasing a fucking russian in a vertical climb with bomb attached
>109 doesn't instantly obliterate him anyway thanks to the mouse aim control scheme that plagues 2/3's of the game
>Inb4 Russki post the US invasion of Afghanistan without realizing Russia lost more people in Afghanistan than the US did in Iraq and Afghanistan combined
> implying 100 million Americans don't do this as an extra-curricular activity anyways
It's not that special, but I can completely strip and re-assemble a 1911 in around 5 minutes.
I wish I was this cool, although the dude kinda reminds me of ricky from tpb
Holy shit that is insane
appears to be an armored suicide bomb truck stopped short of its target (the people recording it) by a hit from a tank fired HE round then they decide to light it off anyway cause what else are they gonna do, they are dead in the sand.
Looks like Allah was not with them that day....
Considering the time it took it could have been a cookoff.
not sure if bait or retarded
either way here's your answer
It's an older model. New helicopters use light blades that travel very fast to create many lifts. Older helos used larger heavier blades that moved more slowly, ergo making less lifts per spin.
>At least it was practical and not CG.
This. That movie also had a scene where you could see the crimped blanks in one of the MGs. But they did enough with the rest of those scenes that the few mistakes weren't totally derailing.
The sheer chaos in this will never not make me crack the fuck up.
>Two people jump out of a van and run after a guy, shooting the whole way
>Truck flies around the corner before hurtling off the road and bursting into flames
>Bodies in the street
>Air support overhead
Surprise buddy. you're the retard for falling for it.
My guess is they're French troops in Africa. The French did have a lot of equipment come from the US, like the 1911, Hi-Power, and the M1 helmet.
The "wobble" is a good thing, instead of taking all pressures resulting to quick overheats, the barrel adjusts to become flexible without loosing accuracy. You can also observe that to other Soviet/Russian auto-cannons.
I don't know anything about the guy, and I suspect almost everyone posting that webm here doesn't either. All I know is that he nearly gets shot, and sticks around to finish the interview when everyone else runs inside. That takes some balls.
Guy in the passenger seat had been involved in a high speed chase after some crime. He ran over and killed a cop with his car. He then pulled into a neighborhood. Got out of his car and started walking. Pulled a gun on some old man standing in his driveway and made him drive his pickup. they got him stopped and the cops actually had good marksmanship. they pumped like 30 rounds into the truck and never hit the driver. The cop killer was DRT.
That shit is from 1995? That crappy action looks like it's from the 60's or something. Saving Private Ryan is from '98 and Starship Troopers is from '97. To make something that shitty in '95 is almost impressive.
The training these guys do is hard fucking core.
Here's one of the entry tests:
>days of walking and running while carrying heavy bar of metal designed to be impossible to hold comfortably
>wading against neck deep river while holding said bar
>live fire obstacle course
>shooting at range while completely exhausted and with tonnes of distractions
Whole thing takes 96 hours and they get no food or sleep while at it. They don't fuck around in South Africa.
Nothing edgy about expecting law enforcement, who are literally supposed to be the law in action, professionally, to accept a civilian's surrender without potentially killing or grievously wounding him.
Wasn't me, and I think that's a stupid statement, although I'd probably be told that I'm still an idiot, because the reason I think that's stupid is that I don't think black people are criminals by genetics. Never been arrested, never plan to be arrested. I still expect cops to be safe and professional in any situation that doesn't call for immediate force. Such as, FOR EXAMPLE, an overweight, surrendering man being taken into custody without resistance. There was no reason to sic that dog on him. None at all.
Ah I see you have brought the video proof that Keltec does actually contribute to firearms community as a whole. The one where they proved they could make a reliable double stack magazine with a rimmed cartridge.
Maybe /k/ will finally get its head out of its ass
And no, you really don't any more. Or rather, you can get the book thrown at you for minor offenses that trump up charges. You hear about that guy who got life in prison for 3 counts of petty theft?
This is why no one like you guys. You don't ever provide an argument, you just sperg out and scream at da joos and black people because they're more successful than your stupid, ignorant asses.
Never said you and him were the same person. You're actually OK. I disagree with you, but you're not a raging sperglord like these other stormfags. Anyway, I just think that someone who's willing to clean up their life should get a chance to do so. Fine him, give him time, put him on probation, but don't make him into a slave of the state, for all intents and purposes, working for $1.50 an hour with no hope of ever doing anything else for the rest of his life. Doesn't make sense to me is all. For a bit more context, he stole two of the things as a teenager, not gang crimes. He stole the socks 20 years later, on a whim. It was dumb, and it was crime, and he should have been punished, but the world's not black and white (heh), and you have to have a degree of gradation for this kind of thing.
>Fine him, give him time, put him on probation
this is exactly what the first two strikes are for. you cant keep letting them get away with it by slapping them on the hand or else they wont learn. im done now just got warned not tryin to get banned. GG tumblr mods
YOU'RE GONNA GET THEM STARTED AGAIN.
I don't disagree, but when every single goddamn work of fiction needs, a gay black Asain bartender best friend shoved in for no reason, it's time to stop.
For fucks sake I hope you guys are joking. It's the fps of the camera only capturing the rotors every now and then, creating the illusion they are slower, or even spinning backwards in some cases. The human eye does this too, if you've ever looked at the prop of an aircraft in person the rotors often look like they are spinning backwards.
AYY WHY ARE WE RESPONDING TO /pol/ FUCKING HELL /k/ REMAINS THE EASIEST BOARD TO TROLL LMAO
Yeah who would trust anyone with corrective lenses to undertake dangerous missions in an aircraft as a pilot??
Wait... is that a pilot with corrective lenses flying a U-2??
And holy shit the Air Force allows you to be a pilot wearing corrective lenses as well....
>USAF personnel records identified 23,218 active duty aircrew with a PAFSC for the crew positions being studied, of which 10,898 were identified in the SRTS database as having placed orders for aircrew spectacles between November 1999 and March 2008. This equated to an overall prevalence of 46.9%. Pilots represented the largest single crew position with 12,951
members and had the lowest spectacle prevalence at 41.0%. Corrective lens use was the most prevalent among flight surgeons at 75.4%. Lens prevalence for all crew positions are outlined in Table III.
>Lens Prevalence Based on Primary Airframe(Pilots Only): The prevalence of corrective lens use among pilots was determined on the basis of their assigned airframe and categorized
among four groups: fighters, bombers, mobility and others (which included training aircraft, rotary wing aircraft, unmanned aircraft, special ops, and test pilots). As shown in Eigure 3, lens use was observed most frequently among pilots of the others group (43.4%) followed by fighter and mobility (both 40.8%) and was least frequent among bomber pilots (38.7%).