Yeah... really rough water in the Hudson river...Originally Posted by (Acecombat @ May 23 2006,13:04)
Originally Posted by (Lee_H._Oswald @ May 23 2006,22:03)
We just came back from NY. Must have missed the show.
I didnt know it was tied to in a river. I was thinking more of a protected harbour or bay. And when the sea gets rough things around the edges no matter how well protected get shaken.Originally Posted by (BlackScorpion @ May 23 2006,21:12)
But if its really inland in a river then its probably safe.
Nice one, Lee_H._Oswald. ***
I was going to do a shopped image of Tokyo, but you have no idea how hard it is to find a picture of Godzilla from above.
Seems Carrier-based museums are getting popluar, thats at least 2 in the US, and a "third" in the UK (its not a real carrier, but they have the entire "island" from HMS Ark-Royal IV mocked up) at Yeovilton.
While we're on the subject of carriers
Budget cuts hit the USN hard, downsizing taken to new extremes:
[Edit] They seem to have switched the gallery into moderation mode, so here's a link to a slightly older version: link [/Edit]
P.S. Sorry if its a re-post, wasnt sure if it's been on here tho
I loved lego as a kid, and always wanted to make something huge like that, i just never had the guts to destroy my lego city for parts
Wow that is crazy. I never had enough bricks of the same color to make anything that big but I did manage to make an A-10 and a F-117 one time.
“[…] today's high tech wars don't seem to have as much potential for a good game as the conventional infantry / armour / aircraft war has. No other period offers such a huge selection of military equipment […]” -Marek Spanel, on the topic of the Cold War in video games
The Green Sea Expansion Project
For a second there I thought I was looking at a screenshot of the original Jetfighter:Originally Posted by (DeadMeatXM2 @ May 23 2006,18:42)
Good game for it's time, had my first carrier landing in that.
I would not want to receive fire in that position.