December 8, 2019
  • 6:50 pm Soldier’s remains return to Utah
  • 4:51 pm Air Force – Aircraft Structural Fitter
  • 3:51 pm Genji’s Sword – Overwatch – MAN AT ARMS: REFORGED
  • 2:51 pm Navy SEAL and his Family Need Your HELP
  • 1:50 pm Gunman watched shooting videos before rampage, says official
Cutting Germany’s Wings – The Dawn Of The Air Force I THE GREAT WAR Week 96

We all know that WW1 was the age of the flying ace, the age of individual dogfights with the enemy, but the war in the skies had now evolved to the point where we really saw what an air FORCE could do. I’m Indy Neidell; welcome to the Great War. The Italian Front exploded into […]

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Vice Admiral Maximilian Reichsgraf von Spee of the German Imperial Navy was one of the most famous naval officers of World War 1. When the war broke out, he was outnumbered and outgunned far from home in the Pacific Ocean. His chances of escape or survival were slim, but he led his squadron several thousand […]

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In this war, men have attacked the enemy from the front, from behind, from the air, and from the sea, and this week they attack them from beneath the earth. I’m Indy Neidell; welcome to the Great War. Last week the big news was mutiny in the French army that only grew in size as […]

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Australia’s Darkest Hour – The Battle of Fromelles I THE GREAT WAR – Week 104

You have plans. Specific plans for a limited specific battle, and you’re prepared for it. But the big day draws near and as it does, you expand those plans, and expand them again until they are now the realm of fantasy. Careful, because once you begin planning fantasies in wartime, you can only be disappointed. […]

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The Intense Dogfight Between a U.S. Pilot and an Iraqi MiG

NARRATOR: January 1991, Operation Desert Storm. Colonel Cesar Rodriguez tries to avoid being shot down by an Iraqi MiG-29. COL. CESAR RODRIGUEZ: We assumed that this guy was the biggest, baddest dude on the block, and we had to be on our number one A game to beat them. NARRATOR: The incoming MiG is just […]

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Hitch a helicopter ride 70 kilometres south east of Kabul — and you enter a forbidding terrain once dubbed “The Gates of Jihad”. Logar Province, on the border with Pakistan. This is Taliban territory. We land at a Forward Operating Base — delivered into the very personal, confronting war of America’s “Generation Y’. Most of […]

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NARRATOR: Recently, scientists have collected new data giving them a better picture of Yellowstone’s underground plumbing. Right beneath the caldera, from the last eruption, sits the magma chamber. And it’s fed by a plume of magma stretching down 465 miles, northwest into Montana. It’s mostly solid rock, with the potential to liquefy. And scientists are […]

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[Music] this video was suggested and sponsored by our patreon supporter Ibrahim Rama patreon is the best way to propose and sponsor new videos history tends to repeat itself and as terrain logistics and proximity to economic centers often dictate the locations of battles many decisive battles have happened in the same places for India […]

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i’m indy neidell and I’m sitting here in a hotel in Chema shal Poland because we’re rebuilding our studio in Berlin so we’re shooting on the road and this is another outstanding episode of out of the trenches where I sit here in the chair of temporary insanity in front of the horses of wisdom […]

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Why 278 Men for a Frigate? #Nelson’s Navy

A 36-gun frigate of the Royal Navy during the Napoleonic era had a crew of around 278 men. So let’s find out what they were up to. There were 24 fore-topmen, divided into two watches; the starboard and larboard watch. Next there were the main topmen, with 30 men on each watch. Then the mizzen […]

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