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State of the Union: 2014

(Source: fuckyeahnerdstuff, via qrf-danger-close)

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tfm-intern:

This grandpa. TFM.

tfm-intern:

This grandpa. TFM.

(Source: itsfuckingcollege)

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soldierporn:

Late Night Nookie #soldierporn: These are my heroes.

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When my defender tries to talk to me

whatshouldultimatecallme:

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sapper-mike:

A stunning shot of honor and respect of the funeral procession for Medal of Honor Recipient, Col. Bud Day. Sent to me by Bud’s wife. From Fort Walton Beach to the cemetery, the highway was lined by all the branches of the military and friends. In her words, “What a beautiful send off for Bud.”

sapper-mike:

A stunning shot of honor and respect of the funeral procession for Medal of Honor Recipient, Col. Bud Day. Sent to me by Bud’s wife. From Fort Walton Beach to the cemetery, the highway was lined by all the branches of the military and friends. In her words, “What a beautiful send off for Bud.”

(via soldierporn)

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freedominwickedness:

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serotonical:

How to break out of a zip-tie- potentially life-saving information

PLEASE reblog this— zipties are one of the most common ways of binding a person upon kidnapping because they are cheap and hard to break.

Knowing things like this puts you one step closer to freedom if, heaven forbid, you fall into a situation where you need to use this information.

and if tied behind your back

I think it’s important for people to realize how this works. The key is that a ziptie is only locked by a tiny little plastic tab inside the head that ratchets along the ribbed underside. Twisting your arms won’t break the zip tie because you’re applying force to the strong part of the tie (the strap itself), but a sharp, sudden jerk down the axis of the tie will snap that plastic tab.

So the idea is to jerk your wrists apart as strongly and sharply as possible, in this case using your body as a wedge to transform downward motion into outward motion.

Don’t just copy the technique, understand how and why it works.

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pfclittle:

Cigars in Afghanistan? I’m down.

pfclittle:

Cigars in Afghanistan? I’m down.

(Source: texan-as-fuck, via allbleedingstops)

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dontwantyourmoneysir:

anndruyan:

This is a summary of college only using two pictures; expensive as hell.

That’s my Sociology “book”. In fact what it is is a piece of paper with codes written on it to allow me to access an electronic version of a book. I was told by my professor that I could not buy any other paperback version, or use another code, so I was left with no option other than buying a piece of paper for over Best part about all this is my professor wrote the books; there’s something hilariously sadistic about that. So I pretty much doled out for a current edition of an online textbook that is no different than an older, paperback edition of the same book for ; yeah, I checked. My mistake for listening to my professor.

This is why we download. 

Spreading this shit like nutella because goddamn textbooks are so expensive. 

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soldierporn:

US Army Aviation: Breaking all the laws of aerodynamic flight.

United States Army Alaska soldiers parachute from a C-23 Sherpa aircraft during airborne operations at Malamute Drop Zone. Nearly 300 soldiers jumped at 1,500 feet with both full combat equipment and “Hollywood,” or no load, from aircraft piloted by members of the 1st Battalion, 207th Aviation Regiment, Alaska Army National Guard.

Capable of increased speed, higher altitude, and the ability to cover longer distances than military helicopters, the C-23 can be configured to carry out missions from troop transport to surveillance.

(Photos by Percy Jones, 12 JUN 2013.)