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  1. Gun charge dropped, next up closing arguments: https://www.nbc15.com/2021/11/15/after-final-word-attorneys-rittenhouse-jury-takes-over/
  2. Owner of the RV identified: https://heavy.com/news/anthony-quinn-warner/
  3. I just saw Michael Caine in 'Tenet' and he seemed to be doing pretty well!
  4. Just finished the first season (8 episodes) of 'La Revolution' on Netflix - horror movie set during the French Revolution period in the 1780s. Kind of a mix of 'The Brotherhood of the Wolf' and 'The Walking Dead' with some 'Fearless Vampire Killers' thrown in. I give it a B-, mainly because I like that period of history and they made good use of the costumes, architecture, technology, etc. of that era. Some decent skirmishes, lots of beheadings, and some voodoo too. But they spend too much time on the social justice theme (I get enough of that on the news), I could see most of the plot twists coming, the 'blue blood' thing was too obvious, and for a French production I expected more sex. A minor complaint - I don't mind subtitles if the story is good, the main problem is missing something while trying to read the subtitles. For some reason I had more problems with this series due to quite a bit of dialogue and the scene moving on before I could finish reading the subtitles, and had to rewind to finish reading them a few times. https://www.imdb.com/title/tt13044528/
  5. TBeyer

    New NK tank

    I assume those are a pair of ATGMs on the side of the turret, did previous generations of DPRK main battle tanks have the ability to fire gun-launched ATGMs? I thought one of their more recent MBT models had an ATGM launcher mounted on the turret roof, along with MANPADS and a KPV. Also shown in the parade were a couple models of wheeled armored vehicles with multiple ATGM launchers, I think the one with 8 boxed launchers had been seen before.
  6. I just finished 'The Last Narc' miniseries about the 'Kiki' Camarena case (DEA agent that was murdered in Mexico), very disturbing. I was somewhat familiar with the case but the involvement of everyone from the CIA to the upper levels of the Mexican government was laid out very effectively with lots of eyewitness testimony. Chilling. https://www.imdb.com/title/tt12163674/
  7. Good article on how the 'Defund the Police' movement in Minneapolis, MN started, went off the tracks, and is now pushed to the back burner. The comments are interesting: https://www.nytimes.com/2020/09/26/us/politics/minneapolis-defund-police.html
  8. It's Kamala: https://www.politico.com/news/2020/08/11/joe-biden-vp-pick-kamala-harris-393768
  9. Saw it on Tuesday, if you like over-the-top non-stop violence with no concern for realism, reloading, superhuman healing abilities, crowds of New Yorkers simply walking past furious gun battles, etc. you will like it. Mark Ducascos is great, I have been a fan since 'Brotherhood of the Wolf' - he has some very funny scenes and also a little nod to his Iron Chef days.
  10. A collection of Cold War-era magazines covering Ground, Naval, and Air equipment of the time as wells as TOEs, tactics, strategy, current conflicts, etc. Buyer pays shipping. Pics of the magazines are available on request, as well as contents. Email is tbeyer4562 at aol dot com. Enola's World's Major Armies 1981 TOEs for all major combatants of the time - most European countries, USA, Russia, plus Cuba, South Africa, Middle East, Japan, India, Pakistan $8 Military Technology World Defense Almanacs 1990-91; 1991-92; 1992-93; 1993-94; 1994-95 $8 each basically each magazine is a copy of the IISS The Military Balance, lists army, navy, and air force equipment holdings for all countries as well as organization (divisions, brigades, etc.), as well as information like population, area, coastline, languages, literacy rate, government, economy, religion, GDP, manpower, etc. Awesome resource especially for the more obscure countries of the world. Military Technology magazines $2 each, buy more than 5 and they are $1.50 each, buy more than 11 and they are $1 each. High quality magazine with lots of color photos, lots of details on all the cool weapons (ground, air, naval) of the Cold War era, especially U.S., Soviet, European, and Asian countries. 1981 Issues 21-25, 27 1982 Issues 1-3,5,8 1983 Issues 1,3,4,8,10 1984 Issues 2,8 1985 Issues 11,12 1986 Issues 3,4,6-9 1987 Issues 9,12 1988 Issue 3 1989 Issues 2-4,7-9 1990 Issues 2-9,11,12 1992 Issues 4-7,9,11 1993 Issues 2-12 1994 Issues 2-9,11,12 1995 Issues 3-8 International Defense Review magazines, similar to Military Technology, $2 each, buy more than 6 and they are $1.50 each, buy all 11 and it is $10 total. 1981 Issue 5 1984 Issue 5 1987 Issues 2,4,8,10,11 1988 Issue 8 1989 Issue 2 1992 Issue 8 1993 Issue 3 Journal of Military Ordnance ('Armor and Artillery Equipment and Warfare of the 20th Century and Beyond') covers lots of obscure artillery and armor from many countries, lots of great photos $3 each, buy them all for $25. Published every 2 months. 1997 January, March, May 1998 January 1999 January, May, July, September, November 2000 January, March, May, July, September, November 2001 January, March, May, July Flight International Great resource for aircraft and missiles of the Cold War era. $5 each World's Air Forces 1989 World's Air Forces 1991 Military Aircraft of the World 1981 World Missile Survey 1983 Commercial Aircraft of the World 1987 Air Force Magazine $5 each The Military Balance 1982-83, 1984-85 Soviet Aerospace Almanac 1987 All Soviet space equipment, missiles, aircraft, organization, lots of details like Top Soviet Aces of World War II, pictures of military badges, Soviet Theater Estimates, etc. International Defense Review Editorial Supplements high-quality magazines concentrating on a single subject. $3 each 1986 Wheeled Tactical and Utility Vehicles 1986 Tracked and Wheeled Light Armored Vehicles 1985 Fast Naval Combat Craft and their Equipment 1987 Small Warships 1980 Warships and Naval Systems 1978 Light Armored Vehicles Ground Defense International Armies and Weapons May/June 1979 $2, articles include: Satory 1979 Visitors Guide The French Army Monorama: ERC-90S Sagaie and ERC-90 Lynx Soldier of Fortune's Combat Weapons ('The Guide to International Military Firepower') $2 each Spring 1985, Summer 1985, Spring 1986, Summer 1986 The Spring 1986 issue has a great article on North Korean Combined Arms Brigades (organization, equipment, tactics)
  11. Interesting weapon mix, using T-59 chassis: https://www.armyrecognition.com/airshow_china_2018_zhuhai_news_show_daily_coverage/airshow_china_208_new_qn-506_multi-weapon_tracked_armored_vehicle_based_on_type_59_mbt.html
  12. This one? http://www.jedsite.info/afv-papa/papa/puma-ch_series/puma-raketenwerfer/pumarakintro.html
  13. Here is a picture of the triple 370mm recoilless gun referenced earlier. Really curious how that would work and what advantages it would have over a regular MRL or artillery piece. You do have to register though: http://www.china-defense.com/smf/index.php?topic=672.40
  14. I always thought this one was cute, like an American BRDM: http://www.military-today.com/apc/mac_1.htm
  15. A 7.62 version of the Negev, only 8 kg.: http://www.armyrecognition.com/march_2012_new_army_military_defence_industry/israel_weapon_industries_iwi_introduces_new_its_ng7_negev_light_machine_gun_7.62mm_caliber_0503125.html
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