Discussion in 'Military History' started by OpanaPointer, Feb 14, 2021.
I'm not sure if it's been mentioned but
Happy Seventy Fifth To The Blue Angels !
April 24, 1946
Well, whatever, any fighter pilots could do this, I think, but I first saw this by Mig-29´s and thought it was incredible....
I always loved the original Harrier. I had a matchbox version but it has disappeared during the years, I guess my father eliminated things that he did not think were valuable... too bad for me.
They hold an airshow here when they come to pick up the latest mark/mod birds from McDonnel-Douglas. One of the retirees is static displayed outside the planetarium here in St. Loser.
Vintage Rifle Shooters' Club is pretty interesting:
Here is his newest video:
The Austrian woman who saved 7,700 children during WW2 - BBC Reel
Diana Budisavljević was a well-to-do Austrian married to a renowned doctor in Zagreb when the Axis forces invaded Yugoslavia in April 1941. Soon, a puppet state installed by the Nazis began a genocidal campaign against Serbs, Jews and Roma, setting up concentration camps in Croatia. When she learned that children in camps not far from the city were dying of hunger and disease, she resolutely started one of the greatest humanitarian actions of WW2.
Check the site for the video on BBC.
I know, I know ..... I've put a few of the same up before, But these guys saved my cousins butt ! ,...........Several times. Just a little welcome to the new guy.
And I challenge anyone to say they don't like CCR !
edit for wrong link
Over 30 years ago now.
Something a tad different.