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Pascal

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  1. Beijing's trade war with Australia spectacularly backfires as China is plagued by electricity woes plunging millions into darkness – after it refused delivery of $1billion of Aussie coal
  2. Leaked files expose mass infiltration of UK firms by Chinese Communist Party including AstraZeneca, Rolls Royce, HSBC and Jaguar Land Rover
  3. Suspected Chinese spy targeted California politicians
  4. France to 'intensify' actions against Islamist extremism after teacher beheaded
  5. Was that something related to names like: Jason Sharman, Malachi Hacohen, Tonio Andrade?
  6. Nobody in particular, just a discussion on that topic. A quote from that discussion would have done more justice. "First successful and popularized the massive bolt group with gas piston"
  7. So is the Hotchkiss Portative pretty much the granddad of all kinds of designs like: Chatellerault M24/29,ZB26,Stg-44,AK,Stoner 63, etc?
  8. One of the Big Oofs on the russian side, they sold those engines at prices lower then their production costs and the production costs don't even include the money spent on the R&D on those engines, hella cost on those engines to produce.
  9. A FEW MORE WORDS ABOUT "PUTIN’S FRIEND" IN THE WHITE HOUSE
  10. Can't wait to see other countries 5th generation aircraft at least becoming a production aircraft in regular service. So there would be something to compare too. B-2 bomber doesn't get much love, even though it's pretty much the '5th' generation bomber and deserves to be in the list with the F-22, F-35.
  11. MANUALE DEI REGOLAMENTI MILITARE , B. Cetroni , 3/3 (1933) Fiat mod. 1928 Controaerei Mitragliatrice Fiat Mod. 28
  12. "Death From Above: The German FG42 Paratrooper Rifle" & "Das Fallschirmjägergewehr 42"
  13. No surprises from this row of seats.
  14. Atleast TSMC is buying it's majority of equipment for it's business in USA. From what i've read on NVIDIA, it's moving business to Artificial Intelligence and such and their GPU will follow that industry: parallelism orientated GPU's for neural networks, etc. Here comes Cyberdyne and it's multi processor T-800, the dudes from the '90 knew it all along!
  15. There's a lot of US designs mines which were used for a hefty inspiration in the Soviet Union for their mines, but no one is safe from copying here and there US too liked German ww2 bomblets and mines.
  16. May sound strange but bailing out from it was safer than a traditional fighter aircraft.
  17. If i remember right i found it after reading on soviet possible 'fixes' for fuel cells in crew compartment on btvt, one of which were quick-reaction fire suppression, so i started googling for fuel cells, survivability, quick-reaction etc. Thanks for your scans too!
  18. They have a lot of old optics lying about in different kind of military storage, but you need to train the whole lot first by using those optics, but if you don't get them for training why bother at all. But most importantly try getting those optics from storage personnel first, that's without considering the special format batteries that you will need. First part very hard, second part close to impossible.
  19. MILITARY HANDBOOK: DESIGN OF COMBAT VEHICLES FOR FIRE SURVIVABILITY (15 FEB 1995)
  20. When did the Su-35S in that table got an AESA radar? Also strange is the missing satellite communications for the F-35, not even a '(+1)' let alone a 'Extreme Plus'.
  21. By going to the article from where the photo is there's a Mathew Moss under each picture, guess that collection is of Mathew Moss, but surely there will be a direct reply any second. P.S: Please do not reproduce photographs taken by Matthew Moss without permission or credit. ©The Armourer’s Bench 2018 https://armourersbench.com/2018/02/18/advanced-combat-rifle-prototypes/
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