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|An airplane labeled "eurowings" in Dortmund, Germany. Has a strange bump on the back..||09/13/2007||525|
|Market in Halle Saale, Germany. ||09/09/2007||696|
|Why blur an amusement park.|
|I wonder what they sell here since it's blurred.||09/05/2007||771|
|This interchange north of NY is censored. I wonder why. Even what looks like malls and shops to the north is censored.||09/05/2007||742|
|Hanscom AFB, located in Massachusetts, seems to be blurred out in GE.||09/05/2007||1,110|
|Firetrucks outside of the Fulshear-Simonton FD||09/04/2007||458|
|Symbol in the proximity Munich Airport||08/29/2007||631|
|RAF Great Ashfield is a former World War II airfield in England. The field is located 10 miles east of Bury St. Edmunds in Suffolk. |
Great Ashfield was built for the USAAF in 1942 and assigned designation Station 138. The first aircraft to land on the station is believed to have been a battle-damaged B-26 Marauder returning from a raid over Holland on 17 May 1943.
|This is the tall ship James Craig|
Cool video here:
|Part of California got hit by a meteor and a large holew as left over...||08/26/2007||39,283|
|There's a hole in the world and you can see into the ground..||08/26/2007||6,375|
| Designed by the French Directorate of Naval Constructions as very quiet but high-performance submarines for operations in the Mediterranean, the boats of the Agosta A90 class are each armed with four bow torpedo tubes that are equipped with a pneumatically rammed rapid-reload system that can launch weapons with the minimum of noise signature. The tubes were of a completely new design which al...||08/23/2007||857|
|This boat seems to be underwater. Most likely an imaging error because it has a wake.||08/23/2007||2,971|
|Nice scene of a person water skiing on a water ski lift at the little Toeperlake.||08/23/2007||539|
|Women in a Bikini. ||08/23/2007||2,485|
|On the stadium of University of Washington in Seattle all is set for graduation of the new students.||08/23/2007||430|
|Nice Elephant and Giraffe shaddow in the zoo in Amersfoort.||08/23/2007||718|
|look close a flying disk||08/21/2007||2,468|
|The Navy has selected NASSCO to be the single prime contractor for continuous maintenance of all amphibious classes of ships home-ported on the West Coast. Long-term contracts have been awarded to the company to provide maintenance and repair services on five LHA-class and LHD-class ships and eight LSD-41/49-class ships and LPD-4-class ships for the U.S. Navy. |
USS Tarawa (LHA-1)...
|Hull number TK-208 was the lead vessel of the Soviet third generation Project 941 Akula class (NATO reporting name Typhoon) of ballistic missile submarines. She was laid down at the Severodvinsk shipyards on March 3, 1977 and launched on September 23, 1980. At 175 metres in length, she became the world's largest submarine, a record which she still holds today along with her five sister ships. <...||08/19/2007||1,019|
|Pyotr Velikiy (Петр Великий) is the fourth Kirov class battlecruiser of the Russian Navy, originally named Yuri Andropov.
Yuri Andropov (named after the Soviet politician Yuri Andropov) was laid down in 1986 at the Baltic Shipyard (formerly Shipyard-189) in Saint Petersburg. She was the fourth ship in what the Soviet N...
|The image depicts 6 Su-27 and 5 Su-35 aircraft in service with the "Russian Knights" aerial demonstration team, based at Kubinka Airbase. The seventh Su-27 stands in front of a hangar 1.1 miles to the west. |
|The ТК-202 was a ballistic missile submarine of the Russian Navy, formerly having served in the Soviet Navy as well. |
Construction of the ТК-202 was started at the Sevmash shipyard in Severodvinsk in 1980 and completed and commissioned in 1983. The then 14-year old submarine was deactivated in 1997, and with funding from the Nunn-Lugar Cooperative Threat R...
|This plane is in flight near PIT but was caught on image at an interesting angle.||08/18/2007||1,153|