7 Chinese Tanks and Chinese Flying Leopards Arrived to Russia

Chinese Tanks and Chinese Flying Leopards Arrived to Russia

As announced on July 23, 2016 by the Kaliningrad branch of the "Vesti-24" TV channel, a team of Marines from China arrived at the main base of the Baltic fleet of the Navy of Russia, Baltiysk (the
Kaliningrad region) to participate in the international competitions in field training "Marines 2016." The Chinese team brought with them four modern Chinese marine corps combat vehicles ZBD05.
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7 CRADDLE. UNKNOWN THING IN AN UNKNOWN PLACE

CRADDLE. UNKNOWN THING IN AN UNKNOWN PLACE

In the year dot, some aliens crashed next to the Earth. It is unknown what happened to the aliens, but an escape capsule survived...
Armahema paid a visit again to some weird but highly secret place and brought back photos, but no descriptions so enjoy the view!
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1 How well is the MiG-31 Fighter Interceptor Armed? Lets See on this Fresh 2016 Example

How well is the MiG-31 Fighter Interceptor Armed? Lets See on this Fresh 2016 Example

During air festival "Wings of Parma, 2016" it was possible to look at the missile-gun armament of the
fighter-interceptor MiG-31. Let's see inside what sort of weapons does it carry and how bad they are.
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0 Vintage Photos of “Rooks Nest”

Vintage Photos of “Rooks Nest”

  Attack aircraft SU-25 of the 452th Assault Aviation Regiment;
Chortkov airfield; ~ 1987-1992. Last days of Soviet Super Power.
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6 Donetsk. The ruined Airport

Donetsk. The ruined Airport

Here is the place in Donetsk  where only the war remains. It is a ruined Donetsk Airport. A traveller went there and see his pictures and words about this place: I must say right away that though we aren't hippies, there were five of us who went to the airport. Three of us were Russian
citizens, and two of us were the citizens of the NATO countries - Poland and Latvia; two of us (myself and the Pole) had accreditations of "civilian" journalists without the right to visit the combat zone, and only one person from our team was not a guest in the DPR.
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7 Submarine 667-A Navaga scale model

Submarine 667-A Navaga scale model

  The model is made in the scale of 50:1, with internally illuminated compartments, and breakdown view, like all previous submarine projects. Building the model took two years by 6 people, part by part (nose, aft), collection of information and photographs took about 4 months more. The model is very large, it is 2,700 mm long. It was
therefore decided to make it from two parts. Otherwise, it would be impossible neither to take it out of the room, nor to transport it. The body is made of laminated fiberglass. The materials used ranged from plastic and Plexiglas to metal, paper, and (new) sewer pipes. Next, you will find many photos and little text
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9 Soviet Sailors During Rest

Soviet Sailors During Rest

In Soviet times sailors often used their ships surfaces as a playground and even sometimes as a beach like
this Admiral Kuznetsov photo above. So let's see what the sailors were up to during their rest hours.
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4 Afghan Landing Was a Trick Invented by Soviet Pilots to Land 200 Ton Planes Very Quick to Avoid Being Hit by Missiles

Afghan Landing Was a Trick Invented by Soviet Pilots to Land 200 Ton Planes Very Quick to Avoid Being Hit by Missiles

While landing, planes are very vulnerable to missile attacks from the ground. Especially when they are landing in Afghanistan. Especially during war time. Especially if those planes are huge transport IL-76 planes. So over time, Soviet pilots have developed a unique method to land their 150 ton heavy planes. They call it "An
Afghan Landing". A huge IL-76 comes to the landing strip from the opposite side, then makes a very sharp turn and... lands! Just a crazy trick for such a huge plane. Take a look at an actual Afghan landing made in Kabul, Afghanistan airport in 1989. Also inside is one more video from outside:
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This is a set of previously unpublished photos from the Russian pioneer of Space Exploration, "Kapustin Yar" launch site. The first launches occurred here as early as in 1947 and because almost 70 years have passed, the chief commanders allowed us to publish the photos of the first Soviet missiles right in their "natural habitat". Take a look!

4 Russian space exploration pioneer photos declassified

Russian space exploration pioneer photos declassified

This is a set of previously unpublished photos from the Russian pioneer of Space Exploration, "Kapustin Yar" launch site. The first launches occurred here as early as in 1947 and
because almost 70 years have passed, the chief commanders allowed us to publish the photos of the first Soviet missiles right in their "natural habitat". Take a look!
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3 Morning Before Parade

Morning Before Parade

Russian blogger and photographer Dmitri went to the place where no uauthorized people were allowed night before the 9th of May parade in Moscow. He saw how the
columns of tanks were formed, how the last moment preparations were made before all of the military equipment went on display to the Red Square. See it here!
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