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Housecat of Panjshir

23. US Army. OEF Vet. Foxes and kitties plz. Happily engaged to this foxy lady.
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chopperforce:

A 365F Dauphin 2 of the Irish Air Corps, which were retired in 2006

for-all-mankind:

Overview of Exploration Flight Test 1’s flight profile and launch vehicle.

"STOP BEATING OFF IN THE TOWELS."

the-pink-mist:

victran:

HORY SHIT 

OMG I AM FUCKING DYING. I CANNOT REMEMBER THE LAST TIME THAT I LAUGHED THIS HARD

To protect launches.
They also usually have an F-15 orbiting the launch site.

To protect launches.

They also usually have an F-15 orbiting the launch site.

I WANT TO BE THAT GUY SO BAD

fuckyeahcanadianforces:

Canadian Forces soldiers from 5th Canadian Mechanized Brigade Group (5CMBG) participate in an attack scenario during Exercise Maple Resolve on October 25, 2012 in Wainwright, Alberta.

humanoidhistory:

Apollo 16 astronaut John Young on the Moon, April 23, 1972.

humanoidhistory:

Apollo 16 astronaut Charlie Duke on the Moon, April 23, 1972.

megacosms:

Despina, Moon of Neptune 
Image Credit: NASAJPL - Processed Image Copyright: Ted Stryk

Explanation: Despina is a tiny moon of Neptune. A mere 148 kilometers across, diminutive Despina was discovered in 1989, in images from the Voyager 2 spacecraft taken during its encounter with the solar system’s most distant gas giant planet. But looking through the Voyager 2 data 20 years later, amateur image processor and philosophy professor Ted Stryk discovered something no one had recognized before — images that show the shadow of Despina in transit across Neptune’s blue cloud tops. His composite view of Despina and its shadow is composed of four archival frames taken on August 24, 1989, separated by nine minutes. Despina itself has been artificially brightened to make it easier to see. In ancient Greek mythology, Despina is a daughter of Poseidon, the Roman god Neptune.

spacewatching:

View of the Remote Manipulator System (RMS) end effector over an Earth limb with a solar starburst pattern behind it.

I definitely like the Viper Mk II more than the Mk VII.

popolworld:

VIPER MK II 

Sympathy For The Devil

mudwerks:

The Rolling Stones | Sympathy For The Devil

humanoidhistory:

A Soyuz rocket blasts off from the Baikonur Cosmodrome in Kazakhstan on March 26, 2014. (NASA/Flickr)