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thanks everyone for all the views and comments and ratings.!EVERYONE,LISTEN,U TAKE THE HELICOPTERS OUT OF THE GARAGE WITH A CAR.JUST GO BEHIND THE HELI AND PUSH IT WIT THE Here`s the link: *******rapidshare****/files/206442578/ Save 1: Teargas Grenades with unlimited ammo Bus at Portland Garage Maverick at Staunton Garage Police Maverick at Staunton Garage Save 2: Strange Rocket with unlimited ammo Panlantic at Portland Garage VCN Maverick at Staunton Garage Hunter at Staunton Garage They are for the PSP US version of LCS ! EDIT: I`ve have saves for every single unobtainable vehicle in the game ! All the vehicles are bulletproof, fireproof and explosionproof ! As a little extra I`ve also included the Teargas Grenades with unlimited ammo in each savegame ! Package 1: *******rapidshare****/files/206478462/ Contains: Whoopee Bus Dodo Ghost RC Bandit Panlantic Ammotruck Package 2: *******rapidshare****/files/206495630/ Contains: Invisible Helicopter RC Goblin RC Raider Maverick Police Maverick VCN Maverick Hunter All saves are for the PSP US version of LCS ! if u have any questions or problems please ask me and i will help you.these r someone elses goes to some guy in gta forums. comment and subscribe.sub4sub.
2 Nov 2009
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SAN DIEGO - An MH-60 Jayhawk helicopter crew from Coast Guard Sector San Diego rescued five people after their sail boat capsized 197 miles southwest of San Diego, Wednesday morning.the helicopter crew found the five people in a life raft, and subsequently hoisted them into the helicopter. (U.S. Coast Guard video/Petty Officer 2nd Class Jetta H. Disco). Visit us at www.gocoastguard****
30 Oct 2009
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6 Nov 2009
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Nitro Circus - Erik Roner and Travis Pastrana parachute out of the helicopter over Glamis on the 4th of July.
13 Nov 2009
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A helicopter smacks down a rock off a cliff face to eliminate a rock fall hazard for the road below. The helicopter than displays it's dominance of the Fjord by urinating all over the rock face. This is done to loosen and remove any remaining small rocks that may fail at another time and cream a volvo or saab on the road below.
21 Dec 2009
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this was the first time i ever tried to flew the helicopter ..we got a lilltle rc ckt which was gone "BOOM" with smoke by my supplying of the over voltage (i gave it around 18 volt in hunger of my power)hahaha..the main rotor blade broke into two pieces n we got no choice bt to build another till then we will be using super glue..hope it sticks..our goa; is to control it through internet so that i can controll it frm any wehere in this world..and make it solar powered.we will be addintg an high resolution n high zoom camera since xms are near well be stopping it there for plan is to make it fly be4 july...lets hope we can do it.....
18 Jan 2010
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PORT-AU-PRINCE, Haiti (Jan. 19, 2009) Sailors aboard USS Carl Vinson (CVN 70) load an MH-60S Sea Hawk helicopter with water. The water is then flown to Port-Au-Prince where Sailors work with U.S. Army soldiers to unload the water. The helicopter is assigned to Helicopter Sea Combat Squadron (HSC) 9 and is embarked abaord Carl Vinson with Carrier Air Wing (CVW) 17. The Navy is rendering humanitarian and disaster relief as part of Operation Unified Response after a 7.0 magnitude earthquake caused severe damage near Port-au-Prince on Jan. 12, 2010. (U.S. Navy video by Mass Communication Specialist 2nd Class Ashley Van Dien/Released) 100119-N-0808V-001
21 Jan 2010
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The famous Victoria's Secret commercial directed by Michael Bay (Transformers). It was premiered during Victoria's Secret Fashion show on 12.2.09. The spot features many of Michael Bay's known trademark elements such as the helicopter and an array of glamorous explosions.
9 Mar 2010
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To avoid any misunderstanding - the helicopter without pilot really exists :) it's not a bug - it's one of the UAVs and player will have the possibility to use them in game. Three years after the conflict in Chernarus, portrayed in the original ARMA 2, a new flashpoint in the Green Sea region heats up and coalition forces led by the US Army are sent to Takistan to quickly restore peace and prevent further civilian casualties in the unstable region.The first instalment in the series of ingame videos, introduces the factions in ARMA 2 Operation Arrowhead, forthcoming standalone expansion pack to ARMA 2. This video introduces Alliance forces lead by the US Army which is sent to Takistan to quickly restore peace and prevent further civilian casualties in this unstable region.
16 Mar 2010
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Chris Benchetler, Dana Flahr, and Dash Longe heard it was dumping snow in Italy and took an overnight train from Croatia to La Thuile, Italy. La Thuile is a town located on the very north-west tip of the country, and the locals are super friendly and fun. A seemingly never-ending storm pattern, on-hill Italian dance parties, and the friendly locals made this trip a banger even with weather holding the helicopters down.
26 May 2010
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My first video at the ripe YOUNG age of 48! I am trying to refrain from saying OLD these days! The mount is the second trick right after the helicopter into the superman for those that might be unfamiliar with the technical names for the tricks :-) Well... Hmmm.... I should have started work on the extended butterfly much sooner, but I didn't have the strength for it, so now I am starting with the mount, I just tried this yesterday & to my surprise made some progress. I know its a difficult & complex move & will take some time for me to even make any signficant improvements. STILL trying to figure out ways to get out of the superman other then sliding down as I always do. Here I am attempting to go back to the gemeni, I may have to "X" that though & try something else - lol!!
27 Jun 2010
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Police helicopter is circling intensively overhead. Guy with camera starts filming it and notices a moving Ghost face in the trees. Finally at 6:35 in the footage, the UFO Triangle/Hydran Frigate quietly passes overhead to evade the helicopter.
30 Jun 2010
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BY JENNIFER MECKLES You're watching multisource world video news analysis from Newsy. The battle for power in Ivory Coast may finally be coming to an end Tuesday as reports say UN officials are negotiating with president Laurent Gbagbo for his surrender. It began Monday with French and UN forces launching what’s being called the “Final Assault.” “Fighting raged today in Ivory Coast where forces loyal to the elected leader seized the presidential palace with air support from French and UN Helicopters. Laurent Gbagbo refused to step down after losing the November vote.” (Video: NBC) Live blog updates from France 24 reported Gbagbo’s forces declared a ceasefire after being overpowered. “But in the end, Gbagbo’s forces were overwhelmed, as their leader apparently took refuge in a basement bunker under the Presidential Palace - a palace that seems to symbolize the power he now finally seems to be surrendering.” (Video: BBC) Reuters first reported a surrender from Gbagbo Tuesday, citing proof from internal UN documents. But the Ivory Coast leader and his camp quickly responded, saying -- he hadn’t stepped down yet. And as negotiations continue -- NPR reports -- a city waits on edge: “So, negotiations are happening. If it means that the heavy weapons fire and the helicopter - the fighter helicopters that have been attacking strategic positions will end, the civilians in Abejian will be relieved... at least for now.” While the country and the world wait, focus turns to the impact of the violence. CNN says both sides blame each other for at least 800 killed, and one million displaced: “Gbagbo's forces blame Ouattara’s forces, Ouattara’s forces blame Gbagbo. Whats interesting is those forces loyal to Alassane Ouattara are called, the ‘new forces.’ And Ouattara is maintaining his distance from them, saying -- I don’t have any control over these rebel groups.” And on Al Jazeera, a former editor for West Africa Magazine explains -- even if Ouattara succeeds, his presidency will be tainted. “The fact that he and his troops have been accused of having killed many civilians, raising a problem and even if he becomes president -- with intervention forces... he would have to live with this really big sin - that he has been put to power by foreign intervention.” Get more multisource world video news analysis from Newsy. Transcript by Newsy.
9 Apr 2011
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Not Dhoni , Its Sachin Tendulker who invented the Helicopter shot. Unfortunately Master Blaster SRT did not got the Trademark of his Own. SRT has hit SIXES with the shot but we cannot find the old Vdo Clips. Share this VDO. Visit *******ebookmaza.blogspot****. for more. By the way, Dhoni made debut on 2004-05
17 Apr 2011
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BY CHRISTINE SLUSSER ANCHOR AUSTIN KIM You're watching multisource U.S. news analysis from Newsy. Imagine minding your own business in your apartment, when suddenly a helicopter comes crashing down Hollywood style overhead. It was a scene all too real for residents of Indiana, Pennsylvania. Pittsburg’s WTAE reports even though the helicopter crashed in a residential area, no one was killed. “We know that all the patients were pulled from the wreckage--as you’re looking at SKY 4 video, of this helicopter crash. We know that it crashed in a residential area, very close to the campus of Indiana University of Pennsylvania. We know all four patients were rushed to the hospital.” The Indiana Gazette featured this video shot by someone on the ground who got close enough to the crash to capture law enforcement helping people out of the helicopter. The chopper was filming for a reality TV show called Campus PD. CBS Pittsburgh-affiliate KDKA has the details. “...and it’s sort of a ‘COPS’ like program, or reality program where they follow police around. They said they chose this campus because of its diversity and also because, in so many words, of its party reputation.” Indiana, Pennsylvania residents took the the message boards to voice their feelings about the wreck. Here’s what one blogger wrote on an ESP forum: “That would suck if those people died for that stupid Campus PD show.” And here’s another perspective from someone on the extreme music forum LambGoat... “[I]t was the most exciting thing to happen to this town since.... well... yeah it was the most exciting [thing] to ever happen to this town.” ...but now the excitement is over--it’s time to figure out how to clean up the wreckage. The Pittsurgh Post-Gazette reports- it won’t be easy. “Concerns about fire remain as high-octane fuel continues to leak from the downed chopper, and students living in two buildings near the scene...have not been allowed to return, borough fire officials said.” And according to Pittsburgh’s WPXI- the FAA is looking into the accident. REPORTER: “The FAA is in town conducting an investigation, and we spoke to a student, who lives in the apartment building the chopper crashed into.” STUDENT: “We heard a lot of people like screaming and pointing at it, and I look out the window and, like five seconds later, we heard it crash.” Follow Newsy on Twitter- or Like us on Facebook- for more US news. Get more multisource video news analysis from Newsy. Transcript by Newsy
3 May 2011
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BY LINDSEY WOLF ANCHOR MEGAN MURPHY You're watching multisource US video news analysis from Newsy. The helicopter used in the mission to kill Al-Qaeda founder Osama bin Laden has aircraft experts geeking out. The chopper is almost impossible to see or hear- and as MSNBC explains- the state-of-the-art aircraft is even radar-repellent. “Experts studied these crash images noting the tail rotor’s unusual design as you can see here. It’s said to be a Black Hawk modified to reduce rotor noise and make it more difficult to detect by radar. One source also adding, its windshield night have been specially coated to help evade radar detection as well.” ABC News shows the noise difference between an original Black Hawk and a stealth version of the chopper and adds- the aircraft used in the Abbottabad raid was even quieter than either of these. “Neighbors in Abbottabad told ABC News they did not hear the helicopters Sunday night until they were directly overhead. This is what a standard black hawk helicopter sounds like... [sound of Black Hawk] This is the sounds of an earlier experimental version of a stealth helicopter... [sound of stealth helicopter] It would be a vague sound. It might be the sounds of a helicopter that was going in the opposite direction.” According to The New York Times, one of the two helicopters used in the raid lost its “power lift” during the mission- forcing it to make a hard landing and accidentally clip its tail. Navy SEALs attempted to destroy the aircraft, presumably to hide the top-secret technology, but not everything was destroyed. HLN explains where the rest of it is now. “There are photographs where it shows Pakistan’s army taking away the parts of the helicopter that remain - the parts that weren’t burnt out by the fields when they left it destroying the valuable technology. But this is a very high-tech looking aircraft. There are bits of micro caviats still lying in the fields around it, bits of hydraulics. But the large parts that weren’t destroyed are in the Pakistani Military custody as far as we know right now.” CNN’s Wolf Blitzer asks - should this news worry U.S. officials? A national security expert says yes, especially since Pakistan and China have a history of technology exchange. “You really do worry about them sharing it with China, who also may reverse engineer and try manufacturing and distributing. You know, you can’t get that technology out of U.S. companies because it’s export controlled. And so, this represents a real vulnerability in the proliferation of this kind of material in a very uncontrolled way for the United States for it could be used against us.” The stealth helicopter wasn’t the only state-of-the-art technology on board. Venture Beat explains - weapons, surveillance gear and real-time communication were all key to the mission’s success. “...equally interesting was the ability for the U.S. military to communicate in real time with soldiers on the ground during the attack. It shows how much information can be processed in a short period of time when money isn’t an issue.” According to The Christian Science Monitor, the military’s last known stealth helicopter program spent $6.9 billion to make two prototype choppers in 2004. Follow Newsy on Twitter Newsy_Videos for updates in your stream. Get more multisource US video news analysis from Newsy. Transcript by Newsy.
7 May 2011
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