American University attack.

What do we know?

  • Two gunmen attacked the American University of Afghanistan in Kabul.
  • At least 7 student dead, at least 30 hospitalized.
  • Hundreds of students and professors were trapped inside.
  • Security forces are at the scene.
  • Two university staff members were kidnapped two weeks ago.
  • Two gunmen killed.

Why do younger generations have to suffer from the mistakes of the American gov’t? Students from this prestige university didn’t deserve to die, especially because of the authorities who enforce “peace” by bringing in the military and imposing their own regulations in different countries. 
I pray for all people who died in Kabul. I pray for these two university professors - an American and an Australian - who were kidnapped at gunpoint near the school. This is a tragedy.


Fire away!

The MK-46 30mm gun aboard United States Navy San Antonio-class amphibious transport dock USS Green Bay (LPD 20) blazes away during a live-fire exercise.

The remotely-operated MK 46 Gun Weapon System uses a 30mm (1.18 inch) high velocity cannon, a forward looking infrared sensor, a low light television camera and a laser rangefinder….for shipboard self defense against small, high speed surface targets.

This high-tech gun system can fire up to 200 rounds per minute.

The MK-46 30mm gun can be seen centerline just below the bridge on USS Green Bay (LPD 20). The ship’s odd-looking superstructure provides an improved level of stealth from detection by enemy radar systems.


>>Top photo:Mass Communication Specialist 3rd Class Patrick Dionn, USN

Best out of three
By Organization for Transformative Works

Author: boopboop
Rating: Mature
Status: complete
Length: 1586

It takes approximately thirty five minutes to burn down a building. That’s a lot less than expected.

Or, Bucky and Clint can’t agree on who is the better shot and the only way to find out involves duels, flare guns and stolen (borrowed) kayaks.

Steve is just here for the youtube footage.

A U.S. Air Force B-52 Stratofortress leads a formation of aircraft including two Polish air force F-16 Fighting Falcons, four U.S. Air Force F-16 Fighting Falcons, two German Eurofighter Typhoons and four Swedish Gripens over the Baltic Sea.