Asian Giant Hornet slaughtering honey bees
The last pass of the F/A-18F Super Hornet at AirFest 2006 held at NASJRB Willow Grove, PA. Thank the aircrew, Lt Blaine "Rock" Tompkins and Lt. Matt "Sicko" Bernhard for the noise!
This video shows you what it looks like from the cockpit when flying a maximum performance demo in a modern fighter jet, in this case, the F/A-18F Super Hornet. The aircraft belongs to Strike Fighter Squadron 106 based out of NAS Oceana.
Rock and Sicko fly the F/A-18F Super Hornet through a very dynamic and exciting demonstration at NAS/JRB Willow Grove on Saturday June 17, 2006.
THis is the CF-18a Hornet from the Canadian Air Force doing a Mach fly-by. He is flying at over 600mph when he passes us. It was amazing to see this up close.
The Japanese Giant Hornet attacks hives of smaller European honey bees in order to survive. They can kill up to 1000 bees each before plundering the honey inside and stealing the young to feed their own offspring..their stings contain a necrotising venom that disolves human skin.
how to exterminate the nest of hornets
This clip features the Lane Masters Hornet bowling ball being thrown by BuddiesProShop**** staff member, Bill Gross.
30 Hornets Vs 30,000 Bees
Spraying Hornets Nest with Spray Close Spray Extender
RC Scale model f-18 super hornet
The F/A-18 Hornet is a modern, all-weather, carrier strike fighter. It is an aircraft designed to fill the roles of fighter aircraft and attack aircraft. Designed in the 1970s, it is in service with the U.S. Navy and U.S. Marine Corps, as well as several other nations. It fills the roles of fighter escort, fleet air defense, suppression of enemy air defenses (SEAD), interdiction, close and deep air support, reconnaissance, and forward air control. Its versatility and reliability have proven it to be a valuable carrier asset, and its only drawback is its relative lack of range.