Snapshot of the day: one second before impact

Tuesday, February 23, 2010


The Gaza Strip: A GBU-16 missile right before hitting it's target.

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6 comentarii:

Anonymous said...

That isn't a gbu-16, far too small.

More like a qassam at that size

Anonymous said...

negative on that being a qassam.

Obviously 'shooped. I can tell by the pixels and seeing a lot of shoops in my time.

There is no GBU with the suffix of "16". GBU-12 and 15, sure, but no 16 so...FAKE right there. And do you seriously think the Israelis would use this overkill method for a bunch of civies? Sure, they hate each other but get the fuck out, they're not wasting an expensive weapon like that on a bunch of bodies.

But seriously, these fuckers would've never seen it coming. In that picture only one guy is looking up while the rest are scanning the horizon.

This shit only breeds more hatred on both sides when really someone should just fuck that whole area up. They can't play nice then they can't play the game of life.

Anonymous said...

Nuke the Middle East. All of it.

Guy said...

No GBU-16?
Raytheon, who make them, think otherwise - it's in the first column on page two...
http://www.raytheon.com/capabilities/rtnwcm/groups/rms/documents/content/rtn_rms_ps_pavewayfm_datasheet.pdf

Anonymous said...

Sorry boys. Obvious photoshop. A camera fast enough not to blurr the missile wouldn't blur the faces. Nice try, though. Typical Hamas trick. Sort of like that kid who was supposedly killed by Israeli army fire several years ago. Turns out he was killed by Al Fatah fire.

Anonymous said...

http://errorlevelanalysis.com/permalink/9dad300/

hmmm

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