Take a look at the most daring BASE jumpers flying just arm-length away from the mountain.. and certain death. www.bird-man.com
Flying down from Silberhorn to Stechelberg.
Work Out Season: 2 Kill two birds with one stone as Jesse shows you to work chest and abs.
Nintendo's Wii U is probably going to be region-locked, to nobody's surprise. Soon you may be able to wake your phone up by yelling at it, and Apple Mapgate 2012 has an effect on someone very near and dear to our hearts.
Can Apple change the face of the hybrid tablet/laptop market by adding one new feature? Also this week, Windows' next iteration may finally make your life easier, and Microsoft can't let everyone else have all the smartwatch fun.
U.S. Army Pathfinders with the 101st Combat Aviation Brigade deployed to Foward Operating Base Wolverine in Zabul Province, Afghanistan spun up on a emergency mission to recover two Afghans shot by the Taliban. They air assaulted on Blackhawk helicopters near the border and secured the landing zone to get the MEDEVAC bird in. Marine Staff Sgt. Jeremy Vought brings the action. All the action begins at 1:15.
Moved to a different spot blocks away but Hawks spotted the Pico Tiger Moth and started attacking.
Ray tries to help Nathan get his ex-wife to sign back her burial plot.
Kofi Kingston, Daniel Bryan and Santino Marella react to Raw events. #WWERAWFALLOUT #WWEFallout
A brief but an absolute CLASSIC clip.A full-fledge WAR is going on but in the eyes of the PAF dare-devil PILOTS,its a mere exercise!!!What character,what coolness,what looks,what GRACE!!!
This clip is from the Defence Day show of 2006 which was aired on ARY. It was hosted by Noor-ul-Hasan and Dr.Muzna Ebrahim !
The pilots being interviewed are from No. 19 Sqn commanded by Sajjad (Nosy) Haider. The pilots from this No .19 Sqn had every reason to brag as they did not lose a single aircraft throughout the war! The Sqn was credited with destroying almost all the heavy equipment of 15th Infantry Div commanded Maj Gen Naranjan Prasad during his advanced to Lahore in 1965 war. On top of that the Sqn also destroyed close to 14 IAF aircraft on the ground during the renowned Pathankot raid!
Once again September winds blow across the land,
Once again the autumn leaves dance hand-in-hand,
Once again are rekindled, the memories of sixty-five
And once again the golden PAF Saga comes alive.
Borders had boomed with tanks and guns
To flout the peace around;
Stood for defence, our motherland's sons,
To never give up their ground.
With resolve write large on faces all,
PAF beckoned to the duties call
To defend the skies `at peril of life',
To blunt the enemy's blatant strife,
To keep vigil and let no threat
bear on us, unchecked; unmet.
IAF's Gnats, Hunters, Mysteres
Were instilled with the gripping fears
To face our air warriors' skills,
As the PAF scored so many kills,
In one go five Hunters were downed;
As `fighter-ace' Alam was crowned.
F-104s in rocket's style
Broke sound barrier in low profile.
Whether it was in East or West,
The Sabres passed their trying test,
Daring campaign of airfield strikes,
Left behind many burning sites;
Adampur and Halwara
Pathankot and Kalaikunda
None were spared the PAF's blow
As B-57s had done their show,
The Lahorites in their own skies,
Saw a show, unmatched by kites;
Swooping on preys, `Shaheens' had won,
The dogfight with their aerial guns.
Thus history will never forget,
The blood and toil and honest sweat,
Of valiant fliers who, in their gear,
Faced steepest tests, unknown to fear
Their feats the history cannot hide,
They are the nation's loving pride.
Group Captain Asad Kazim (PAF)
Pakistan Air Force
A Symbol of Pride for the Nation
He s-l-o-w-l-y enters the store......and then he runnnnnnns........OUT!
A seagull in Scotland has developed the habit of stealing chips from a neighborhood shop.
The seagull waits until the shopkeeper isn't looking (so a camera was installed ) , and then walks into the store and grabs a snack-size bag of cheese Doritos.
Once outside , the bag gets ripped open and becomes a feast , for other birds!
The seagull's shoplifting started early this month , when he first swooped into the store in Aberdeen , Scotland , and helped himself to a bag of chips.
Since then , he's become a "regular". He always takes the same type of chips.
Customers have begun paying for the seagull's stolen bags of chips,... because they think it's so funny!
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A seagull in Marinette , WI has developed the habit of stealing Doritos from a neighborhood convenience store.
The seagull waits until the Manager isn't looking, and then walks into the store and grabs a snack-size bag of cheese Doritos.
On ce outside, the bag gets ripped open and shared by other birds.
The seagull's shoplifting started early this month when he first swooped into the store in Marinette , WI , and helped himself to a bag of Doritos. Since then, he's become a regular. He always takes the same type of chips.
The Manager thinks it's great because people are coming to watch the feathered thief make the daily grab and run, and that's good for business, and especially since customers have begun paying for the seagull's stolen bags of Doritos because they think it's so funny . However, the Manager did say, 'This is Wisconsin , and if that seagull starts to grab a 6-pac to go along with the Doritos, I may have to put a stop to it.'
Deer gets stucks on frozen lake, because of its poor ice skating skills it can't get off. News helicopter swoops down and blows deer off lake with rotor wash
Two red tailed hawks and several turkey vultures/buzzards contend over a kill. The weather had been cold and the ground had been snow covered, so the buzzards were hungry. The buzzards allowed the hawk to eat the kill and did directly contend for it. One buzzard approached the hawk, but when the hawk looked at it, it turned its tail feathers toward the hawk.
In another instance, the hawk advanced toward a buzzard that appeared to be approaching. Later the hawk flew into a tree. Another hawk was also in the tree and flew toward this hawk. The hawk in the tree had been calling all during the encounter, but the camcorder did not pick up the sound.
A close-up view of a red-tailed hawk contending, dining, and flying with turkey vultures can be found at: HAWK BUZZARD STANDOFF-WILD RED-TAILED HAWK CONTENDS FOR PREY at:
Additional Hawk videos include:
HAWKS VS. TURKEY VULTURES/BUZZARDS FIGHT OVER KILL
Wild Red Tailed Hawk fly scream dive & Kestrel Eagle Bobcat
HAWK BUZZARD STANDOFF-WILD RED-TAILED HAWK CONTENDS FOR PREY
Crows attack Red-tailed Hawks
RED-TAILED HAWK SWOOPS, ATTACK, CAPTURES, PREY, FLIES TALON
Red-tailed Hawk attack, use tools, swoop, eat
Red-Tailed Hawk attacks, tears prey, drops it, prey escapes
Snake Attacks Red-Tailed Hawk - Standoff Hawk loses
Wild hawk swoops down, makes kill, eats, flies away, perches
Red-Tailed Hawk Stands on Ice Eating Prey, Swan, Duck, Deer
**The red tailed hawk, Buteo jamaicensis, is a large powerful bird. It can weigh around 2-4 lbs. and has almost a six foot wingspan. They have a sharp, strong, powerful beak and curved talons. They tear prey apart with their beaks. The red tails of these hawks showed up several times.
**The turkey vulture, Cathartes aura, is often called the buzzard or turkey buzzard. It is impressively large with a wingspan up to 72 inches and an average weight of over 3 lbs. Its plumage is black to brown and it has a featherless, red or purplish head and neck, with a hooked, ivory-colored beak. It is called the turkey vulture because it resembles a turkey. It is extremely good at soaring, uses thermals, and can soar for hours with little effort.
It has a powerful sense of smell and good eyes. It roosts communally. The female is larger than the male. It is extremely widespread and can be found throughout the Americas. The young are fuzzy and white. It is a scavenger, which feeds on carrion. If not for vultures, the world might have many more carcasses lying around. It seems to be very bright, intelligent, and curious bird. It can soar for hours and do advanced acrobatics.