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Video from the 2007 Moab Jeep Safari featuring Skyjacker suspension and their latest Jeep JK. More Jeep off-road action at ***********
13 Apr 2008
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This video is about CLE adding skyjack lifts to their electric slab lift and scissor lift inventory
8 Oct 2011
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MOTORZ takes its 2005 Ford F-150 pickup truck to Off Road Warehouse in El Cajon, CA to install a 6-inch Skyjacker suspension lift with 35-inch Mickey Thompson tires and 17-inch Dick Cepek DC-1 wheels.
12 Jul 2008
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August 1, 2011 (2:27) 40 years ago D.B. Cooper hijacked a plane, received $200,000, and parachuted into the night to never be seen again. Today a new clue has surfaced.
2 Aug 2011
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*******www.tiricosuave****/2008/05/01/ken-obrien-is-no-flash-gordon/ What if Ming the Merciless skyjacked a Jets quarterback other than Flash Gordon...say Ken O'briend?
12 Apr 2009
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Classic Game Room reviews JUST CAUSE 2 for Playstation 3 PS3, also available for Xbox 360 and PC. Take to the air and explore (destroy) 400 square miles of some of the most beautiful landscaping that fake nature has ever created. Just Cause 2 from Avalance Studios, Square Enix and Eidos is like GTA San Andreas meets Bionic Commando meets HAWX. All of that adds up to some serious chaos and mayhem as you take command of more than 100 vehicles to rid this beautiful paradise of the oppresive military regime and pretty much anything else that explodes, falls over, bursts into flames or sinks. This CGR review of Just Cause 2 has gameplay from Just Cause 2 on PS3 showing Just Cause 2 game play in HD action. It's not as gritty or violent as the newer Grand Theft Auto installment and shares much with the newer Red Faction release, Just Cause 2 should appeal to fans of the open world-chaos, destruction and mayhem genre. The sky is where this game shines as you command fighter jets and helicopter gunships and waste ground and air targets wih serious force. Use your bionic grappling hook to skyjack choppers and parachute into enemy encampments. Hundreds of missions and challenges await you in this massive video game which may have some repetition but makes up for it with aerial induced mayhem. PS3 Just Cause 2 UPC 788687500791
31 Jul 2012
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Under body vision of Wrangler with Skyjacker, ARB, Iroks 39.5", D60 Dynatrac, Atlas 4SP, TrailReady beadlocks wheels.
16 Feb 2009
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In 1972, airline hijackings were some of the more sensational stories covered in the United States that year. CBS News reported on the increasing number of hijackings in two broadcasts: "Whatever happened to '72?" and "Is this man a hijacker?"
2 Dec 2012
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The International Powered Access Federation (IPAF) has released a video that shows the dangers of not wearing a full body harness on a boom type access platform. It features a live demonstration in which a crash dummy fitted to a specially modified Skyjack boom shows the effects of driving over a low-lying obstacle. For safety reasons, the crash dummy is suspended at the top of the basket. The dummy is not wearing a harness, in order to show the consequences of the catapult and jolting effects when the boom goes over an obstacle. The video can also be viewed and downloaded at the Publications/Film section of *******www.ipaf****. For the full article, click the link below: *******drillingcontractor****/index/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=280
17 Sep 2010
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*******www.acetower****.au Cherry Picker 60M Travel Tower Collection No.1 Featuring images from working with Telstra and Mt Bulla
20 Nov 2009
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Embed this somewhere. Please? A forum. A MySpace. A Facebook. Anywhere will do. Thanks:) "About Me Section", I guess. Sorry. I was thinking of MySpace while recording the narration. For more information on the hyjacking of Flight 305 please visit the following links: Sluggo's page is THE MOST complete & authoritative D.B. Cooper site on the internet: *******n467us****/index.htm The Wikipedia Article: *******en.wikipedia****/wiki/Db_cooper Find out if you are in possession of one of the bills from D.B. Cooper's ransom: *******www.check-six****/lib/DBCooperLoot.htm Interview with special agent in charge of NORJAK, Larry Carr: *******www.stevenrinehart****/uploads/LarryCarrInterview.mp3 Video tour of the D.B. Cooper evidence with special agent Larry Carr: *******seattlepi.nwsource****/local/340794_cooper23.html FBI files released through the Freedom Of Information Act: *******
22 Jul 2010
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Yup, that is a subaru!! Way to go Mike that might be the first Subaru out of Mickey's Hot Tub...EVER!
1 Aug 2012
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Reality is helicopters CANNOT just land anywhere on the earth and actually need PATHFINDERS on the ground beforehand providing security and guidance: *******www****batreform****/pathfind.htm One way to avoid getting ambushed by the enemy airlanding troop & fuel-laden helicopters in open danger areas (Landing Zones) is to HOVER INSERT/EXTRACT over a unpredictable-to-anticipate vegetated or urban structure. Thin rappel ropes and troop ladders were the first means the U.S. Army (not the perpetual lying USMC) came up with to achieve this capability: ***********/watch?v=xFNT80MuB3w In the early eighties, the British again led the way in Air Assault development (not the USMC as they claim) by creating the "fast rope"---a very fat nylon rope which could be gripped like a fire pole and slid down without need of a rappelling rig to hold a snaplink and routed rope for braking action. First combat fast rope use was in the Falklands war in 1982: *******www.geocities****/usnavyindanger/falklandslessonsnotlearned.htm See photo below: *******www****batreform****/britishfastrope.jpg Hovering above the midships deck of the Canberra (passenger cruise ship converted into troop ship), 40 Commando Royal Marines "rapid rope" from a 846 Squadron SeaKing helicopter en route to combat in the Falklands in 1982...also note the superior TTP of the Brits to form an immediate defensive circle in the prone firing position while lazy, half-assed Americans just run off after letting go of the rope. In this video, look at the 3rd gyrene to slide down the CH-53E at 0:17 to 0:25: he lets go of the fast rope *******www****batreform****/fries.htm at his legs so his weight no longer pulls down on the rope to prevent it from being blown horizontally by the strong Super Stallion rotor downwash so he ends up hanging just by his arms and doesn't know when to let go (depth perception is bad even during the day time; imagine at NIGHT wearing NVGs) and slams into the carrier deck accordingly. He's so dazed and confused (and likely injured--but adrenaline blocks for the moment) he doesn't let go of the rope and has it caught on his body as he staggers away. *******www****batreform****/FRIESinjury1.jpg *******www****batreform****/FRIESinjury2.jpg *******www****batreform****/FRIESinjury3.jpg *******www****batreform****/FRIESinjury4.jpg *******www****batreform****/FRIESinjury5.jpg *******www****batreform****/FRIESinjury6.jpg When fast rope was first introduced, at least one Soldier would hold the bottom of the rope touching and as each one slid down, he'd be replaced. Then we got lazy and decided "10 feet" of fast rope laying on the ground would anchor it, which as you'll see in our other FRIES video is easily blown up into the air sideways by strong rotor wash from the CH-53E or even worse the V-22 (when its not crashing and burning). Clearly, what's needed here is a WEIGHTED, PADDED, SLIDER CARRY BAG that should be dropped down the fast rope FIRST to keep the rope anchored to the ground that perhaps can cushion a Soldier if he lets go and falls (Ranger during the 1993 BlackHawk Down! mission) and if the rope is jettisoned (we don't recommend this, the crew chief should do some useful PT and pull it back in) acts as a carry backpack so we don't provide the enemy $2, 000 ropes to use against us. The slider/pad/carry bag could use WATER as ballast that can be jettisoned to lighten the Soldier's Load once the fast rope is stuffed inside. The slider/pad/carry bag should use an ARUC Systems metal frame with wheels to enable hands-free Soldier towing: *******www****batreform****/rucksack.htm Each Soldier should also wear a back pad like Paratroopers should when parachute jumping to protect their lower backs during a parachute landing fall (PLF). ***********/watch?v=NODvOx0V57E What needs to occur in VTOL aircraft development is air-mech-strike: the ability to HOVER INSERT/EXTRACT M113 GAVIN & OTHER LIGHT TANKS to light mechanize troops sliding down fast ropes so they have 60+ mph, cross-country, armored mobility and superior firepower for overland operations thereafter. The USMC could have had these capabilities TODAY if they hadn't been such rifleman egotists and retired the Ontos tankette instead of replacing it with a M113 Gavin-derived light tank/APC. ***********/watch?v=9MZvEUlSwqU One way to do this is by having a retracting bomb bay floor like the C-74 Globemaster I had or to be a SkyCrane like the Sikorsky CH-54 and now newly manufactured Erickson AirCrane S-64 that has no fuselage body but can lower light tanks and BATTLEBOX cargo pods from a hover. *******youtube****/watch?v=RAltpRp06Uk *******www****batreform****/nextchinook.htm Our book, "Air-Mech-Strike: Asymmetric Maneuver Warfare for the 21st Century" is ONLINE for FREE skyjacked by Google! ***********/books?id=RCWtHnYZ0LMC&pg
30 Jun 2008
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Start with the world's greatest light tank/APC the M113 Gavin for unrivalled all-terrain mobility and air transportability with passive armor protection and v-hull shaping to avoid most land mines and withstand what are encountered and apply an active protection system (APS) like the IMI Iron Fist and now even heavy tank 120mm main gun rounds cannot even scratch the Gavin! *******www****batreform****/m113combat.htm A light mechanized M113 Gavin or Mini-Gavin force with APS will "get there firstest with the mostest" to ambush heavier forces and can go with foot infantry to dominate with overmatch in closed terrains... Want to know more? Our book, "Air-Mech-Strike: Asymmetric Maneuver Warfare for the 21st Century" is ONLINE for FREE skyjacked by Google! ***********/books?id=RCWtHnYZ0LMC&pg
5 Aug 2008
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XSC-130H, YMC-130H, YSC-130H, etc. SUPER STOL "Credible Sport" PROGRAM During WW2, rocket-assisted take-offs became common to get large PBM Mars seaplane maritime patrol/ASW attack aircraft off the swelling ocean; *******www****batreform2****/p6mseamaster.htm *******www****batreform2****/seaplanetransports.htm ...a small Hurricat fighter off a merchant ship to shoot-down a German Fw-200 Condor maritime patrol plane stalking a convoy... *******www.geocities****/usnavyindanger/midwaymyth.htm or a C-47 Dakota cargo plane out of a small grassy field. *******www****batreform****/aircraftphotos.htm It should be called Rocket-Assisted Take-Off (RATO) but "JATO" is easier on the tongue so Jet-Assisted Take-Off is what we use as DoDspeak. However, as war urgencies faded, laziness and the desire for comfortable "routine" by weak egos who just want a paycheck took over and the lust for long runways grew and JATO use dwindled. With enough JATO rocket power, you take-off with zero length or vertically: *******www.geocities****/usarmyaviationdigest/fighterinabox.htm ZEro Length Launch (ZEL) should have been employed to get USAF fighter-bombers dispersed from vulnerable air bases with long runways easily targeted by the enemy but the ice cream machines and officer club comforts were feared to be lost then--even though pilot pampering can still occur with ISO container BATTLEBOXes: *******www.geocities****/strategicmaneuver/battleboxes.htm JATO can enable C-27Js, C-130H/Js, C-17s to land UPWIND, unload their cargoes of non-parachute jumping "pussies" like marines (I rarely use this word--but anyone unwilling to jump to speed combat power deployment should not be an U.S. Army Soldier, USMC should be disbanded for refusing to do its Congress-mandated mission of maritime parachute ops) and then TURN-AROUND and take-off DOWNWIND to reduce exposure time on the ground, MOG rates etc. One of the reasons why airland is inferior to airdrop is the time wasted waiting for one-plane-at-a-time on the runway landing upwind, turning and taxiing back to the other end for an upwind take-off. *******www****batreform****/assaultzone.htm Downwind JATO take-offs means more work, new ATC procedures and those who want a safe routine are not up for it in peacetime. Airborne-IN by parachute Vertical AirDrop Landing (VADL) is not a problem, its getting Airborne-OUT as the Iranian Hostage rescue studs at USAF Special Operations knew and solved: use rockets to BRAKE the C-130 to a stop to land in the soccer field adjacent to the U.S. embassy where our hostages were held, then BLAST OFF! with enough rockets to take-off vertically. *******www****batreform****/c130.htm It worked. This video proves it. So one time it didn't work and no one was hurt. That's better than the 30 people the V-22 has barbecued because marines are pussies who don't want to parachute jump and control freaks who don't want to empower lower ranks to THINK. The can-do WW2 generation would have kept at C-130 rocket and lift jet pods to gain eXtreme Short-Take-Off and Landing (ESTOL) capabilities and fitted Air Cushion Landing Systems (ACLS) to eliminate surface ruts jamming wheels as a concern. Fighter-bomber jocks should deploy from BATTLEBOXes (FINAB concept) by ZEL and rocket brake, parachute or tail-hook snag to a short landing so we evade enemy saboteur and precision munitions attacks. Rockets enable planes to not be compromised in their forward flight performance by carrying complicated and weighty VTOL mechanisms. All it takes is a little courage and work in lieu of laziness and unsound gadgetry (V-22) virtues we need to relearn from "The Greatest Generation" lest we are remembered as the LAST GENERATION. Want to know more? Our book, "Air-Mech-Strike: Asymmetric Maneuver Warfare for the 21st Century" is ONLINE for FREE skyjacked by Google! ***********/books?id=RCWtHnYZ0LMC&pg
24 May 2009
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Green Light: GO! You see it all here. Why the U.S. Army Airborne is the first-to-fight. *******www****batreform****/paratrooper.htm Apparently ALICE rucksacks were attached in-flight before the jump: *******www****batreform****/rucksack.htm using the Harness, Single-Point Release System (HSPR) *******www****batreform****/hspr.htm Want to know more? Our book, "Air-Mech-Strike: Asymmetric Maneuver Warfare for the 21st Century" is ONLINE for FREE skyjacked by Google! ***********/books?id=RCWtHnYZ0LMC&pg (more)
24 May 2009
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