Jordanian Cobras from Israel, Gitmo, Staggering losses in the Iraqi military, $15 per hour to make Donuts, Utica shale, and so much more.
Destroyer USS The Sullivans Damaged After Missile Explodes After Launch, No Injuries Reported A Navy guided missile destroyer was damaged after a missile exploded shortly after launch during an exercise off the U.S. Atlantic coast on Saturday, Navy officials have confirmed to USNI News. “On July 18 at approximately 9 a.m. (EDT) a Standard Missile-2 […]
Gives a great comparative view. HMS Illustrious became a helicopter carrier following the retirement of the British Harriers in 2010 and was herself retired in 2014 shortly after this photo was taken. The HMS Queen Elizabeth is expected to be commissioned next year and to enter operational service in 2020.
When the Pluto Kuiper Express mission was cancelled in 2000, there seemed to be no hope for exploring the far planet (as Pluto was then classified). And that meant no good hope for a long, long time. Many planetary scientists and Pluto fans reacted in dismay, especially as it seemed to be a case of […]
Had to wait in line to renew a Passport allowing me to visit members of my own species across artificially conceived borders. — Neil deGrasse Tyson (@neiltyson) February 5, 2015 What a dumbass. UPDATE: Or maybe Murdoc is just missing the point that he’s a comedian pretending to be a scientist and that many others […]
It’s been a long time since Murdoc’s shared any Linkzookery. That’s his bad. Here’s a bit of the good stuff, though.
Weapons: M4A2, Russia Suffers Sixth Military Aircraft Crash in Six Weeks, US Air Force Launches New GPS Satellite, Japan Buys Five Ospreys in Boeing’s First Export Deal…and many more…
Murdoc came across this at some point but never linked. New USS Arizona model shows blue paint scheme Craftsman Don Preul, determined to create the world’s most accurate representation of the warship, conferred with Park Service historian Dan Martinez on the proper colors. Research was difficult because most of the ship’s records had been destroyed […]
Delays in Zumwalt Destroyer Program Hamper Production of DDG-51s at Bath Iron Works Delays in the first two Zumwalt-class DDG-1000 destroyers are part of the reason that construction on DDG-51s is lagging behind schedule: Several sources told USNI News that due to myriad reasons — including the size of the yard, the composition of the […]