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Two Ships powering up at the same time over Mt Adams Washington. Home of the Sattva Sactuary and Eceti. This is rare footage, been there many times and have never seen this. (Check out my other videos on You tube, Yahoo Video, Google video)
17 Dec 2006
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this is the video taken by crew of front sabang(vlcc-oil tanker) when the vessel was crossing singapore straits when a container vessel made a rogue crossing endangering life of many people
14 Mar 2010
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Coast Guard Video: The Coast Guard offloaded more than 40,000 pounds of cocaine worth an estimated $500 million from cutter Sherman here April 23, 2007, seized by the crew in three busts near Central America in February and March. The offload will include approximately 38,000 pounds of cocaine seized in the largest cocaine bust in maritime history. The Ecuadorian-flagged fishing vessel Don Juan K was approached in the Pacific Ocean Feb. 19 off the coast of Mexico while allegedly offloading cocaine into "go-fast" (cigarette-style boat) boats. The fishing vessel's crew apparently set fire to Don Juan K in an attempt to destroy the evidence and flee in the go-fasts. Sherman's crew stopped the go-fasts and recovered about 900 pounds of cocaine as Don Juan K sank. The 14 crew members are being processed for further legal action. The 330-foot Panamanian-flagged motor vessel Gatun was interdicted in the Pacific Ocean Mar. 18 off the coast of Panama while heading north toward the United States. Sherman's crew stopped and boarded the vessel and found 765 bales of cocaine weighing approximately 38,000 pounds in two shipping containers. Gatun was escorted back to Panama and its 14 crew members processed for further legal action. Sherman's crew stopped and boarded a small stateless go-fast in the Pacific Ocean Mar. 25 off the coast of Panama following a short chase, in which, the go-fast attempted to flee at a high rate of speed. Approximately 2000 pounds of cocaine was found aboard the go-fast and its four crew members were processed for further legal action. The Coast Guard works in close coordination with Joint Interagency Task Force South, U.S. Attorney's office, Panama Express South, DEA, FBI, Bureau of Immigration and Customs Enforcement, and Customs and Border Protection, as well as the Departments of Justice, State and Homeland Security on counter drug operations in the Pacific Ocean near Central and South America. These drug smuggling routes are some of the most active, yielding roughly 70% of the cocaine seized annually by the Coast Guard. The Coast Guard has kept about two million pounds of cocaine from reaching America's streets since 1973.
18 Sep 2011
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Space Bugs - Google Android Game - By TaykrOn Game SpaceBugs is a shoot'em up with perspective on you move 2 ships at the same time. The game with a OLD School gfx is a mix of Gyrus/Tempest and Xenon 2/Tyrian 2000. FEATURES: - 8 Final Bosses - 8 Planets and over 50 levels - 4 Gameplay modes : History, Evolution, Survival and Boss Mode - LevelUps System in Evolution Mode. - Move Two Ships at the same time with an intuitive control - More than 5 hours of gameplay - Buy/Shell items and weapons and improve your ship - Submit your records online! Visit the link for more information: *******www.taykron****/games/mobile/spacebugs/spacebugs.html
15 Apr 2008
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OK... We Admit It, We're BIG Fans! Most of the world has seen him fly -- but often in the guise of some other person... whether it be James Bond or The Phantom. The man behind the stick for some of aero-movie-dom's most famous scenes is none other than JW "Corkey" Fornof... one of the best pilots in the biz and a helluva nice guy. Better yet, he claims to be ANN's biggest fan... and with that particular approbation (one he hasn't been bashful about voicing -- Thanks!), it seemed only natural that he become the subject of an Aero-TV feature. Fornof is more than James Bond's 'stand-in pilot.' Corkey is a living/flying legend... for all the right reasons. Corkey flew with his father, J.W. "Bill" Fornof, in a world famous two ship air show with matching bronze Bearcats for a number of years (until Bill's tragic loss in 1971). Their airshow business was based in Houma and involvced routines built around the flying of the T6, Mustang and his favorite warbird, the rotund but formidable Bearcat. He has over 17,000 hours in over 287 different types of aircraft and has worked as a test pilot, corporate pilot, and formed the first civilian jet demonstration team. He is a member of the Screen Actors Guild and the Motion Picture Pilots Association -- among others. He has planned, organized and flown some of the most thrilling aviation stunts in movies -- movies with immediately familiar names -- like License to Kill, Face Off, Moonraker, The Phantom, or Six Days and Seven Nights. And to add to these distinctions, he's flown for over 100 commercials and even done his thing on MTV. These days, though, Corkey is living a love affair while extolling the virtues of the little sporty two place plane that will not die... Roy Lopresti's exquisite "Fury." Corkey loves this thing, noting that, "The LoPrestiFury flies like a little fighter. It does everything my Mustang would do except 500 kts... This is one sweet ride. Roy LoPresti was right on when he designed this plane. The Fury is perfect for aerobatics or cross country flying". The Lopresti gang knew what they were doing when they drafted Corkey to be the Aerial Ambassador for their dream-plane. The Lopresti camp rightly notes that, "If you're going to show off a fast, sexy, high performance aircraft, it helps to have a secret agent as your pilot. The Fury possesses the thrilling excitement of air combat or an aerobatic WWII fighter. It's precision and perfection allows smooth rolls and figure 8s. One can glide cross-country in this leather-seated beauty listening to tunes of your choice through the Bluetooth Headset and 'Intuition' Ipod system." So, for now, Corkey tours the aviation world with the Fury, stopping at air shows and aviation establishments all over the country -- and taking on the occasional film job. The Fury program benefits immensely from his demonstrations and spokesmanship... while demonstrating the charms of the single engine, retractable two seat sport aircraft designed by LoPresti Speed Merchants and destined for serial production. Roy's dream lives on, courtesy of his son, Curt, who has is realizing his father's dream by pushing to manufacture and market the Fury in the not too distant future. This 222 mph airplane sports a bubble canopy, sticks, economical operating costs, aerobatic performance and a sweet soul that offers excellent handling. ANN and Aero-TV look forward to meeting the first of the new generation of Fury owner/pilots -- ASAP. Join Aero-TV and Corkey Fornof In A Bit Of Aviation History (Part 2) FMI: www***rkeyfornof****, www.loprestifury****, *******www.imdb****/name/nm0286544/, www.aero-tv****, www.youtube****/aerotvnetwork, *******twitter****/AeroNews Copyright 2008, Aero-News Network, Inc., ALL Rights Reserved.
21 Oct 2011
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Queen's Night in Amsterdam started with a BBQ house party, then a bike ride to the port for the main event of the night, two ships and 8 decks of electronic music. Fvibes
19 May 2009
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Some Nautical Tales covers the adventures and experiences of Captain Wilbur H. Vantine, as he worked his way up from Ordinary Seaman and sailed as Ship Master on tramo freighters in the United States Merchant Marine. Along the way he was able to “see the world” at a very interesting time in world affairs. During WWII, he served on two ships in the war zones of the southwest Pacific and on another in the North Atlantic to the United Kingdom. He obtained his first command in 1951 at age twenty-six. While sailing as Ship Master, he did difficult navigation among icebergs in the far north; had his ship breaking up and losing three of its four lifeboats in a “super” storm, was confined with his crew on a Liberty ship, in ballast, during a winter-time crossing of the North Atlantic, with a killer virus on board, sailed to Korea before, during and after the Korean War, took action to minimize damage from an un-avoidable collision and directed actions to separate the two ships which were connected by their anchor chains, made an ocean crossing with growing cracks in the main deck threatening to cause his ship to break-up, steamed transpacific with a cargo of coal undergoing spontaneous combustion, had his ship to boarded and crew attacked by a large and angry mob in Yugoslavia, had a shifting cargo of army tanks threatening to knock out the sides of his ship during a storm, and had unique interaction with both ship and shore personalities. This book was authored during Captain Vantine’s 79th and 80th years, referring to notes and records that were made at the time of the events. It is all based on actual experiences. The numerous photographs were taken by the author, except where noted otherwise. To learn more or order the book: *******bookstore.authorhouse****/Products/SKU-000489013/Some-Nautical-Tales.aspx
8 Feb 2013
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Visit *******www.InsideTheMagic**** for more from the Disney Fantasy Inaugural cruise! On March 25, 2012, while the new Disney Fantasy cruise ship was docked at Castaway Cay during her Inaugural preview cruise, the Disney Dream sailed by the island giving passengers on board both ships and on Castaway Cay a glimpse at the sister ships together. The Dream pulled up to Castaway Cay and passed by the Fantasy's bow before sailing away. This video shows the Dream arriving from Serenity Bay, the two ships meeting from the island tram, and a closer look from the port and on board.
30 May 2013
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Two Ships by Jermaine Jackson
2 Sep 2009
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Two cargo ships have collided off Chinas east coast. The crash, near Tianjin city, caused one to partially sink, but nobody was injured and there were no leakages. Heres more on this story. The Yellow Sea became a crash scene, when a 100-thousand ton Cambodian ship and a 150,000-ton Panamanian ship collided. No casualties or oil leakages are reported. The Panamanian ship was partially submerged on Sunday. The situation could get critical if it sinks. Tianjin Maritime Affairs has prepared vessels to transfer fuel from the damaged ships. Where the fuel will go remains unclear. Last year a South Korean crane barge hit a Hong Kong-based oil tanker, causing more than 10,000 tonnes of crude oil to spill into the Yellow Sea.
31 Jul 2011
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SINKING SHIP
3 Jan 2012
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Two ships meet on a calm sea. Both of the ships are damaged, but what will happen when both ships crash on the same desert island?
18 Jul 2008
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Two ships will crash...one must move...but one isn't what they think...Enjoy!!!
24 May 2009
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Coast Guard Video: The Coast Guard offloaded more than 40,000 pounds of cocaine worth an estimated $500 million from cutter Sherman here April 23, 2007, seized by the crew in three busts near Central America in February and March. The offload will include approximately 38,000 pounds of cocaine seized in the largest cocaine bust in maritime history. The Ecuadorian-flagged fishing vessel Don Juan K was approached in the Pacific Ocean Feb. 19 off the coast of Mexico while allegedly offloading cocaine into "go-fast" (cigarette-style boat) boats. The fishing vessel's crew apparently set fire to Don Juan K in an attempt to destroy the evidence and flee in the go-fasts. Sherman's crew stopped the go-fasts and recovered about 900 pounds of cocaine as Don Juan K sank. The 14 crew members are being processed for further legal action. The 330-foot Panamanian-flagged motor vessel Gatun was interdicted in the Pacific Ocean Mar. 18 off the coast of Panama while heading north toward the United States. Sherman's crew stopped and boarded the vessel and found 765 bales of cocaine weighing approximately 38,000 pounds in two shipping containers. Gatun was escorted back to Panama and its 14 crew members processed for further legal action. Sherman's crew stopped and boarded a small stateless go-fast in the Pacific Ocean Mar. 25 off the coast of Panama following a short chase, in which, the go-fast attempted to flee at a high rate of speed. Approximately 2000 pounds of cocaine was found aboard the go-fast and its four crew members were processed for further legal action. The Coast Guard works in close coordination with Joint Interagency Task Force South, U.S. Attorney's office, Panama Express South, DEA, FBI, Bureau of Immigration and Customs Enforcement, and Customs and Border Protection, as well as the Departments of Justice, State and Homeland Security on counter drug operations in the Pacific Ocean near Central and South America. These drug smuggling routes are some of the most active, yielding roughly 70% of the cocaine seized annually by the Coast Guard. The Coast Guard has kept about two million pounds of cocaine from reaching America's streets since 1973.
18 Oct 2009
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Dramatic pictures as two ships collide in dense fog. One them is badly damaged an starts to sink. Four men lost their life in the accident.
4 Jan 2010
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subtitles in French and Italian Boats have not left today due to Israeli pressure on the Free Gaza Movement. We try again tomorrow. More on public advisory on www.freegaza**** (25 June 2009, LARNACA) - This is not the statement we in the Free Gaza Movement intended to release today. We had hoped to announce that our two ships, the Free Gaza and the Spirit of Humanity, departed from Larnaca Port on a 30-hour voyage to besieged Gaza, carrying human rights activists who have travelled to Cyprus from all across the world for this journey, 3 tons of medical supplies, and 15 tons of badly needed concrete and reconstruction supplies. (...) Instead, our ships were not given permission to leave today due to concerns about our welfare and safety. Our friends in Cyprus tell us that the voyage to Gaza is too dangerous, and they are worried we will be harmed at sea. (...) The risks we take on these trips are tiny compared to the risks imposed every day upon the people of Gaza. The purpose of nonviolent direct action and civil resistance is to take risks - to put ourselves "in the way" of injustice. We take these risks well aware of what the possible consequences may be. We do so because the consequences of doing nothing are so much worse. Anytime we allow ourselves to be bullied, every time we pass by an evil and ignore it - we lower our standards and allow our world to be made that much harsher and unjust for us all. In addition to the concerns expressed by our Cypriot friends today, the American consulate in Nicosia warned us not to go to Gaza, stating that: "...[T]he Israeli Foreign Ministry informed U.S. officials at the American Embassy in Tel Aviv that Israel still considers Gaza an area of conflict and that any Free Gaza boats attempting to sail to the Gaza Strip will "not be permitted" to reach its destination." Former U.S. Congresswoman & presidential candidate Cynthia McKinney responded to this warning by pointing out that, "The White House says that cement and medical supplies should get into Gaza and that's exactly what we are attempting to take to Gaza." "Instead of quoting Israel policy to us," McKinney continued, "...the U.S. should send a message to Israel reiterating the reported White House position that the blockade of Gaza should be eased, that medical supplies and building materials, including cement, should be allowed in. The Free Gaza boats should be allowed to reach their destination, traveling from Cyprus territorial waters, through international waters, and straight into Gaza territorial waters." "The State Department has chosen to advise us to take the Israeli notification seriously. Our question is, Can we take President Obama seriously?' Will he stand by his own words and allow us to provide relief for Gaza or will he back down?" Tomorrow we will deliver a waiver, signed by all going to Gaza, that we absolve Cyprus of all responsibility for our safety. We would like to tell our friends here in Cyprus that though we understand and appreciate their concerns, we will not back down to Israel's threats and intimidation. This video has been realized while all the above was going on. Footage by : Alex (Free Gaza) Footage by : Dianne Lee Footage by Amed Badwan Footage by : Intenational Solidarity Movement activists in Gaza Photo by : Sameh A. Habeeb Music by : Plastilina Luminosa
17 Jan 2010
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