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    1. 12-17-2008 02:43 PM #106

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      12-17-2008 04:32 PM #107
      I think some of the photos on the previous page should be posted even bigger...
      It seems the government is currently saying, "While we're conducting this unspecified, unwarranted surveillance, we're totally thinking about how to not violate the 4th Amendment that we're currently violating. Because terrorism."

    3. 12-17-2008 04:42 PM #108
      That Osprey on the previous page - looks like it belongs to the Air Force?!?

      Never knew the AF was gonna get them. AFSOC perhaps?


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      12-17-2008 04:48 PM #109
      Some Holiday cheer... WWII stylz

      "SC 163532. A 1942 Santa arriving by tank instead of outdated sleigh. Sgt. Hiram Prouty playing Santa for British children. Dec 5, 1942. Perham Downs, England. M.3. Tank of 1st Tank Group. Sgt. Prouty, member of 175th Inf."

      "SC 184611. Sitting around a miniature Christmas tree and opening a Christmas package are (front row, left to right) S/Sgt. John F. Suchanek; and Pfc. Joseph G. Pierro; and (back row) Sgt. Charles M. Myrich; and Sgt. Leon L. Oben. All are members of F. A. Bn., 3rd Div. Pietramelara, Italy. December 16, 1943."

      "SC 196443-S. Pfc. Edmund Dill opens the Christmas package received from his wife. His buddies share the treat. Left, Pfc. Carl Anker; Right, Sergt. Ted Bailey. ETO, 11/18/44"

      "SC 262132. 25 Dec 1944. Sgt. Edward F. Good feeds his buddy a leg of Christmas turkey, Pfc. Lloyd Deming. Both are casualties at the 2nd Field Hosp, (San Jose, Mindoro, PI)"

      "SC 196747-S. Bundles from America for soldiers in the field with Field Artillery Unit in Germany. Holding Christmas packages are, left to right: Pfc. W.J. Kessler; Pfc. J.L. Proffitt; Pvt. B. Narter; Cpl. T.J. Barnewski; and Pfc. J. Stoll. 11/26/44"

      "SC 197242. Seated at a box in a storehouse for artillery shells, in Germany, Pvt. Walter E. Prsybyla, member of the 2nd Infantry Division, addresses Christmas cards to the folks back home. 11/30/44. B Btry, 37th FA, 2nd Inf. Div., FUSA, Heckhalenfeld, Germany."

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      12-18-2008 03:47 PM #110



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      12-18-2008 04:18 PM #111
      something doesnt belong here

      DOPE!!!

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    7. 12-18-2008 04:33 PM #112
      Quote, originally posted by KrautFed »

      Nice! That was in Mobile. The loadmaster was doing his walkaround and saw the chocks in the nose moving. He called the flight engineer and he see's that between the nosewheel. I think it was a 9' boa. I know that guy too. I was stationed with him in Hawaii.


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      12-19-2008 02:09 AM #113
      Quote, originally posted by bastion72 »

      Wow.

      No collection of SCA dope shizz would be complete without this:

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      12-19-2008 03:34 PM #114

      When you look up "BAMF" in the dictionary, this picture's in there.

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      12-19-2008 08:50 PM #115

      I saw this guy taking off from PDX today, that was pretty awesome!

      - Austin

    11. 12-19-2008 10:19 PM #116
      Quote, originally posted by SpookyReverb »

      I saw this guy taking off from PDX today, that was pretty awesome!

      I saw that a Dreamlifter about a year ago and it really caught my eye. Biggest thing other than a C-5 that i have ever seen lumbering around the air here.


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      12-20-2008 03:11 AM #117
      Quote, originally posted by vrdubin6 »

      I saw that a Dreamlifter about a year ago and it really caught my eye. Biggest thing other than a C-5 that i have ever seen lumbering around the air here.

      The biggest thing I had seen take off from PDX before this was the A340 that Lufthansa sent back and forth from Frankfurt, the Dreamlifter looked crazy flying out of there!

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      12-20-2008 02:03 PM #118


      copied from Wikipedia

      General characteristics

      * Crew: four (with accommodations for a second relief crew)
      * Capacity: 133 troops, or 84 litter patients and 25 attendants
      * Payload: 32,000 lb (15,000 kg) of cargo, including up to seven jeeps
      * Length: 117 ft 3 in (35.74 m)
      * Wingspan: 200 ft 0 in (60.96 m)
      * Height: 38 ft 5 in (11.71 m)
      * Wing area: 3,686 ft² (342.4 m²)
      * Empty weight: 75,573 lb (34,279 kg)
      * Loaded weight: 90,000 lb (40,820 kg)
      * Max takeoff weight: 165,000 lb (74,800 kg)
      * Powerplant: 4× Wright R-3350-24WA Duplex Cyclone (JRM-1 aircraft were originally powered with this engine, but modified by the Navy with more powerful Pratt & Whitney R-4360 Wasp Major "corncob" radial engines and designated JRM-3; civilian operators converted them back to Wright R-3350s) 18-cylinder radial engines, 2,500 hp (1,865 kW) each

      Performance

      * Maximum speed: 192 knots (221 mph, 356 km/h)
      * Range: 4,300 nautical miles (5,000 mi, 8,000 km)
      * Service ceiling 14,600 ft (4,450 m)


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      12-20-2008 07:19 PM #119
      32000 lbs. That's about 4500 gallons of water. Damn.
      It seems the government is currently saying, "While we're conducting this unspecified, unwarranted surveillance, we're totally thinking about how to not violate the 4th Amendment that we're currently violating. Because terrorism."

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      12-22-2008 12:46 PM #120


      High-res can be found here.

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      12-22-2008 01:23 PM #121
      Oh yeah! Battle Of Midway. A good old-fashioned butt-whoopin'!!
      I have this one hanging in my den: Kodera's 'Looking for Nagumo'





      Modified by Gern_Blanston at 10:26 AM 12-22-2008

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      12-23-2008 12:27 AM #122
      http://www.youtube.com/watch?v...lated

      (nice music choices, too)

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      12-23-2008 03:16 PM #123
      Apollo 11 video footage...

      "Apollo 11 - Landing on the Sea of Tranquility - July 20, 1969. 16mm landing film by Gary Neff, source footage courtesy John Knoll.
      The sequence camera was pointing out Buzz Aldrin's right-hand lunar module window. It ran at 6 frames per second for the landing and was fitted with a 10mm wide-angle lens. The clip runs approximately from 50,000 feet altitude to the lunar surface, from about 102:30:45 to 102:46:38, one minute after touchdown.

      Initially, the lunar module windows faced down towards the surface to allow Armstrong to perform visual landmark tracking. The spacecraft then rotated 180 degress to a windows-up position at an altitude of 40,000 feet to allow the landing radar to take altitude readings of the surface. The window view was of black sky during this orientation until they reached 33,500 feet when the moon slowly reappeared at the bottom of the window, just after the first 1202 program alarm announcement. Following the pitchover manoeuvre at about 7,000 feet, the moon climbed higher into view as the lunar module tilted to a more vertical position for landing.

      Surface detail became clearer below 500 feet and boulders were visible as Neil flew level looking for a clear landing site. As touchdown approached, East Crater passed 150 feet below them, the descent engine blew dust across the ground, and the shadow of the landing gear appeared. As the spacecraft dropped the last few feet, its shadow filled the camera frame, blacking out the surface. The blowing dust cleared within seconds of touchdown: this phenomenon is observable in the small slice of the surface visible in the camera frame above the lunar module shadow.

      The soundtrack includes:

      Lunar module descent engine ignition for powered descent initiation at around 46,000 feet
      Losses of voice communication and data telemetry
      Recurring computer alarms
      Landing radar dropouts
      Low fuel warning light in the lunar module
      Two verbal low fuel warnings from mission control
      Contact light announcement
      The landing announcement, and mission control's enormous relief
      The voices are mainly those of Buzz Aldrin and capcom Charlie Duke. Armstrong, Collins, and public affairs officer Douglas Ward are also heard occasionally. "
      http://www.hq.nasa.gov/office/...g.mov

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    19. 12-27-2008 03:08 AM #124
      The Burj Dubai; not yet completed but already by far the worlds tallest building:




      Modified by robw_z at 1:22 AM 12-28-2008


    20. 12-27-2008 09:53 AM #125

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      12-28-2008 10:02 PM #127
      Quote, originally posted by robw_z »


      How do you get cranes on top of something that tall?

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      12-28-2008 10:12 PM #128
      Quote, originally posted by KrautFed »

      what is that the interior of?

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      12-28-2008 10:18 PM #129
      Not that many 8-engine types that refuel from KC-135s, so I'm gonna' go out on a limb and say 'B-52.'
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    25. 12-28-2008 11:44 PM #130

      Quote, originally posted by Chutzler »

      How do you get cranes on top of something that tall?

      They go up with the tower. When a floor is completed the cranes are raised another floor, I think hydraulically but it is also feasible that one crane could lift the other until the structure under it can be heightened. Once it is done they will probably be disassembled and flown down piece by piece via helicopter(this last part is a pure guess).

      -Rob


    26. 12-29-2008 10:17 AM #131
      Quote, originally posted by Gern_Blanston »
      Not that many 8-engine types that refuel from KC-135s, so I'm gonna' go out on a limb and say 'B-52.'

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    27. 12-29-2008 10:17 PM #132
      For anyone who is interested, totally off topic:

      http://www.youtube.com/watch?v...lated

      (Crane building itself)

      This is the process that went wrong in one of the two crane collapses in NYC this year, if my memory serves me correctly.


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      12-29-2008 11:37 PM #133
      Quote, originally posted by SpookyReverb »

      I saw this guy taking off from PDX today, that was pretty awesome!


      I saw one parked at SFO last week. What a sight. It's not a pretty plane, but it's sure something.


      About the tower...so who wants to party on one of those top level terraces? I sense a world record party fowl right there. Also, I wouldn't want to be in a building this tall knowing it's built by slave labor.

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    29. 12-29-2008 11:52 PM #134
      Quote, originally posted by bastion72 »
      Nice! That was in Mobile. The loadmaster was doing his walkaround and saw the chocks in the nose moving. He called the flight engineer and he see's that between the nosewheel. I think it was a 9' boa. I know that guy too. I was stationed with him in Hawaii.

      bastion72 are you sure that thing is a boa??? it looks like a giant freaking rattler!!!!!!!!!!! that is nuts!!

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      12-30-2008 12:23 AM #135
      My favorite photo of one of my favorite sky machines:
      If it's not foggy
      and you have your fog |ights on
      you are a doofus.
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      12-30-2008 08:32 AM #136
      At first glance, the rope knot on the wheel chock looks like a rattle, but the head shape is definitely 100% not a rattlesnake.

      Keep the Dope Shizzz coming! My vacation starts tomorrow and I'll be checking in (but not posting) unless I can get some time today.

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    32. 12-30-2008 02:16 PM #137
      Antonov 124 swallowing a 1/3 A380.

      Space shuttle Buran being carried by the Antonov 225



      Modified by rdrocco at 11:17 AM 12-30-2008

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      12-30-2008 02:37 PM #138
      Well I've seen bigger... pics
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      12-30-2008 03:50 PM #139
      Quote, originally posted by KrautFed »
      Well I've seen bigger... pics

      No kidding! Can we get a hi-res version of that?


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      12-30-2008 05:15 PM #140
      Again, not dope, but needs to be seen. After NASA released the investigation report of the Columbia disaster (HERE), I decided to find some photos.

      THESE PHOTOS WERE ON A ROLL OF UNPROCESSED FILM RECOVERED IN THE SEARCH OF DEBRIS. I find these photos eerily calm and happy.

      "STS107-301-005 (16 January – 1 February 2003) --- Astronaut Michael P. Anderson, STS-107 payload commander, reads a procedures checklist while working at the Combustion Module (CM-2) in the SPACEHAB Research Double Module (RDM) aboard the Space Shuttle Columbia. Visible behind him is a wall of experiment racks housing the Enhanced Orbiter Refrigerator / Freezer (EOR/F), Mechanics of Granular Materials (MGM), Bioreactor Demonstration System (BDS-05), Astroculture Growth Chamber (AST-10/1), European Space Agency (ESA) BioBox, Advanced Protein Crystallization Facility (APCF), Commercial ITA Biological Experiments (CIBX-2), and Commercial Protein Crystal Growth (CPCG) facilities. "

      "STS107-301-025 (16 January – 1 February 2003) --- Astronaut Michael P. Anderson, STS-107 payload commander, holds a procedures checklist while working at the Combustion Module (CM-2) in the SPACEHAB Research Double Module (RDM) aboard the Space Shuttle Columbia. Visible behind him is a wall of experiment racks housing the Thermoelectric Holding Module (TEHM), Space Technology and Research Students Bootes (STARS-Bootes), Enhanced Orbiter Refrigerator / Freezer (EOR/F), Mechanics of Granular Materials (MGM), Bioreactor Demonstration System (BDS-05), Astroculture Growth Chamber (AST-10/1), European Space Agency (ESA) BioBox, Advanced Protein Crystallization Facility (APCF), Commercial ITA Biological Experiments (CIBX-2), and Commercial Protein Crystal Growth (CPCG) facilities ."

      "STS107-301-028 (16 January – 1 February 2003) --- Astronaut Michael P. Anderson, STS-107 payload commander, speaks into a portable microphone while working at the Combustion Module (CM-2) in the SPACEHAB Research Double Module (RDM) aboard the Space Shuttle Columbia. Visible behind him is the Thermoelectric Holding Module (TEHM) and Mechanics of Granular Materials (MGM) facilities. "

      "STS107-306-024 (16 January – 1 February 2003) --- Astronaut Michael P. Anderson, STS-107 payload commander, reads a checklist for the Fundamental Rodent Experiments Supporting Health (FRESH-2) Experiment in the SPACEHAB Research Double Module (RDM) aboard the Space Shuttle Columbia. In front of Anderson is the Miniature Satellite Threat Reporting System (MSTRS) (locker FC02), FRESH Animal Enclosure Modules (AEM) and Muffler (lockers FC04 and FC07) and Experiment Data System Management Unit (EDSMU) (locker FC06). "

      "STS107-393-003 (16 January – 1 February 2003) --- This Earth view featuring the southeastern Mediterranean and northeast Africa/Middle East border was photographed by an STS-107 crewmember onboard the Space Shuttle Columbia."

      "STS107-393-009 (16 January – 1 February 2003) --- This view featuring the southeastern Mediterranean and Egyptian/Sinai Peninsula border was photographed by an STS-107 crewmember onboard the Space Shuttle Columbia. "

      "STS107-393-014 (16 January – 1 February 2003) --- This view featuring the southeastern Mediterranean and Egyptian/Sinai Peninsula/Israel border was photographed by an STS-107 crewmember onboard the Space Shuttle Columbia."

      "STS107-399-001 (16 January – 1 February 2003) --- Astronaut Laurel B. Clark, STS-107 mission specialist, is pictured near overhead windows on the aft flight deck of the Space Shuttle Columbia. Clark is holding a video camera while an additional video camera and a digital still camera float freely nearby. "

      "STS107-399-003 (16 January – 1 February 2003) --- Astronaut Laurel B. Clark, STS-107 mission specialist, looks through an overhead window on the aft flight deck of the Space Shuttle Columbia. "

      "STS107-399-004 (16 January – 1 February 2003) --- Astronaut Rick D. Husband, STS-107 mission commander, is pictured on the aft flight deck of the Space Shuttle Columbia. "

      "STS107-399-006 (16 January – 1 February 2003) --- Astronaut Rick D. Husband, STS-107 mission commander, holds a checklist as he speaks into a portable microphone on the aft flight deck of the Space Shuttle Columbia."

      "STS107-399-036 (16 January – 1 February 2003) --- A “fish-eye” lens on a 35mm camera records astronaut David M. Brown, STS-107 mission specialist, as he peers through a portal window located on the overhead bulkhead in the SPACEHAB Research Double Module (RDM) aboard the Space Shuttle Columbia. Multiple experiment racks, cargo stowage bags, cycling shoes, and a bicycle ergometer are visible. "

      "STS107-400-004 (16 January – 1 February 2003) --- This Earth view featuring the Sinai Peninsula, Red Sea, Egypt, Nile River, and Mediterranean was photographed by an STS-107 crewmember onboard the Space Shuttle Columbia. "

      "STS107-400-010 (16 January – 1 February 2003) --- This view featuring Saudi Arabia, the Red Sea, Egypt, and the Nile River was photographed by an STS-107 crewmember onboard the Space Shuttle Columbia."

      "STS107-401-006 (16 January – 1 February 2003) --- Astronaut Rick D. Husband, STS-107 mission commander, is photographed near the control panels and windows on the aft flight deck of the Space Shuttle Columbia."

      "STS107-402-012 (16 January – 1 February 2003) --- Astronaut Laurel B. Clark, STS-107 mission specialist, conducts checks of the Yeast Cell Stress Under Microgravity (YSTRES) experiment in the Biopack glovebox on the middeck of the Space Shuttle Columbia. "

      "STS107-402-018 (16 January – 1 February 2003) --- Ilan Ramon, STS-107 payload specialist representing the Israeli Space Agency, is pictured on the aft flight deck of the Space Shuttle Columbia."

      "STS107-402-030 (16 January – 1 February 2003) --- This view featuring the “toe” of the “boot” of Italy was photographed by an STS-107 crewmember onboard the Space Shuttle Columbia."

      "STS107-735-032 (16 January – 1 February 2003) --- The STS-107 crewmembers strike a ‘flying’ pose for their traditional in-flight crew portrait in the SPACEHAB Research Double Module (RDM) aboard the Space Shuttle Columbia. From the left (bottom row), wearing red shirts to signify their shift’s color, are astronauts Kalpana Chawla, mission specialist; Rick D. Husband, mission commander; Laurel B. Clark, mission specialist; and Ilan Ramon, payload specialist. From the left (top row), wearing blue shirts, are astronauts David M. Brown, mission specialist; William C. McCool, pilot; and Michael P. Anderson, payload commander. Ramon represents the Israeli Space Agency."

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