Spencer Pratt wrote:http://www.reuters.com/subjects/bin-laden-compound
Whats up with the water gun, lol
Giggles wrote:For special operations, yes they often modify currently existing equipment. See: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lockheed_MC-130
I find it hard to fathom that an entirely new class of chopper found its way past the budgetary committee.
But upgrading and "stealthifying" existing units is a way past that.
Hence why toilet seats at the pentagon cost $2,567 to replace.
I am in love with the US military's shadow programs now. Go git 'em boys.
Isn't the reason they blew it up = this exact reason? Hard time believing those guys would fuck it up.
lugnutz wrote:You two do realize me make them to resist blowing to pieces right? hahaha
lugnutz wrote:TeeDub on another note, I'd hit your prom date...today! Just happened to trip over your prom picture on Facebook
B Luc wrote:1. Slow your brain down. You're posts will make more sense.
2. I don't care how tough you build it, it's not impossible to blow up a downed U.S. Helicopter.
3. I'm sure they did what they had to do to protect confidential US technology.
lugnutz wrote:Im sure the guts were the parts they took care of
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