I love chinooks
I love chinooks
That's a V-22 Osprey.
Quite different to a Chinook which is a tandem rotor heli.
(Which would also have ripped that shittily designed helipad to pieces.)
Big tarmac car parks at Addenbrookes (or LRSFC next door) if you needed to land something that big in an emergency and didn't want 20 tonnes of helicopter to sink into mud (if it was actually muddy).
With the classic line from Tom Hanks get to the rotor copter!!
Miss you dude.
You going to keep editing this post? you're messing with my joke.
More fun this way
You can't make this shit up.
That's very funny (obviously extremely stupid)
First you somersault over your bars then you get electrocuted by the cable. Whats not to like
That made me lol. Fucking stupid
Got the gist but had to look up the specifics.
What on earth? How did that get through.
Am I missing something really obvious? Or is the fail that the traffic is going the wrong way?
Yep, driving on the right.
also, fuck all bikes 'n ting.
It was you, wasn't it?
spent most of the time 'chopping the watermark off that stockpic we charged them full whack for.
Epic fail indeed, I've absolutely no clue what message that infographic istrying to convey
U.S. Army has been using commercial flashcard apps to train troops in very specific details of the security of nuclear weapons installations. This involved uploading questions like "How many missile vaults are there at the Volkel base?" - and their answers - to the data systems of those commercial apps. Which would be a major security fail even if those questions and answers weren't publicly searchable. They mostly are publicly searchable, though.
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