I dunno who the fuck submitted this but this is exactly the expression I’d have if I was forced to use Mle Dragic.

dreamingofcossackia replied to your post:WHY
DIAMOND DOGS

I’LL NOT SCATTER YOUR SOULS TO THE HEARTLESS SEA

I WILL ALWAYS BE WITH YOU

WHY

HOW CAN THE MGS5 “NUCLEAR” TRAILER PRODUCE SO MANY FEELINGS

The Warhammer 40k/Bioshock Infinite crossover looks intense.

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alphasalmon4l:

Proposed to the German air ministry in late 1937 as a more powerful and more versatile successor of Messerschmitt Bf 110, the Messerschmitt Me 210 was designed. However, the Me 210 seemed on paper a very promising and extremely useful aircraft. A contract for 1,000 was placed before the first (with twin-fins) flew on 2 September 1939, but this was a huge mistake. The chief test pilot commented that the Me 210 had “all the least desirable attributes an aeroplane could possess.” Though it looked good and reached 616km/h on two 1,395hp DB 601F engines and carried 1,000kg of bombs inside a bomb bay and had clever remote-control defensive guns at the rear, the 210 was so full of faults that its production was halted in April 1942. After complete, detailed redesign it emerged in 1943 as the Me 410 Hornisse (Hornet) with speeds around 624km/h on two 1,750hp DB 603A engines.

Using the Me 210 as a starting point, and changing the designation for partly psychological reasons, the Me 410 Hornisse was quickly completed. The Me 410 differed from the Me 210 mostly in it’s powerplant, and modified outer wing panels. These panels included automatic leading edge slots, modified ailerons, trailing-edge flaps and radiator flaps. In fact, the first Me 410 prototype (Me 410 V1) was a modified Me 210A-0 pre-production aircraft. Flight trials proved that the Me 410 didn’t have the vices of the Me 210, and performed excellent with good handling.

This, combined with experience with the Me 210, was reason enough for the Me 410 to be ordered into production only a few weeks after the first flight. The 410 served as a bomber-interceptor with up to six heavy cannon, and often with a 50mm gun projecting far ahead of the nose, and sometimes with rocket launchers in the nose; bomber and Zerstrer versions also saw action, but this too was most unsuccessful and production stopped in 1944.

Schrage musik!

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Ran into a MP at the donut place today

Vaguely know her as the mother of a friend, and she was there in her ABUs buying a few boxes to take on base. I was wearing the MUP purple jacket and while we were shooting the breeze she mentioned how during a deployment to the Balkans she’d worked with the MUP on a few occasions. Pretty cool.

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