One of the most intimidating weapons that will soon be in the U.S. Navy's arsenal. Electromagnetic Railgun [620x459].


Is the Command & Conquer soundtrack? They undoubtedly sound comparable! They should of added 'whoop here it's' too. WHO THE fack SAID THAT? WHO'S THE SLIMY LITTLE ...



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  • Is that the Command & Conquer soundtrack?
  • They definitely sound similar!
  • They should of added 'whoop there it is' too.
  • WHO THE fack SAID THAT?
  • WHO'S THE SLIMY LITTLE COMMUNIST hsit TWINKLE-TOED COCKSUCKER DOWN HERE WHO JUST SIGNED HIS OWN DEATH WARRENT?! NOBODY HUH? THE FAIRY fackING GODMOTHER SAID IT. OUT-fackING-STANDING. I WILL P.T. YOU UNTIL YOU ALL fackING DIE! I'LL PT YOU UNTIL YOUR ASSHOLES ARE SUCKING BUTTERMILK. WAS IT YOU, YOU SCROUNGY LITTLE fack, HUH?
  • A JELLY DONUT?!
  • Such a good movie.
  • You know that Hartman wasn't even supposed to be the DI at first? Initially he was intended to be only the technical advisor. Kubrick changed his mind after Ermey put together an instructional tape, in which Ermey went on an extended hair-raising drill instructor tirade towards several extras, convincing Kubrick he was the right person for the role. Seeking absolute military authenticity for the film, Kubrick allowed Ermey to write or edit his own dialogue and improvise on the set, a noted rarity in a Kubrick film. Kubrick later indicated that Ermey was an excellent performer, often needing just two or three takes per scene, also unusual for a Kubrick film. Originally brought on to Full Metal Jacket for accuracy advice, his demonstrations of how to do a Drill Sergeant Nasty were so good that he was cast in his famed role. Said demonstration was unflinchingly chewing out the camera with both tennis balls and rotten oranges being thrown at him, and he continued to chew out the camera for fifteen straight minutes, during which he never once moved, changed his expression, or repeated himself. What really sealed the deal, however, was when he spoke to Stanley Kubrick on the set and said "YOU STAND UP WHEN I TALK TO YOU!!!" and Kubrick found himself doing so automatically. Good Ol' Ermy.
  • JUST DO IT UP
  • I do not believe it is Hell March
  • mmm nostalgia....
  • Origin has every single C&C game ever made for $20.
  • I did a big double-take when that was used in a recent James May special (Cars of the People part 2, I believe).
  • That's what I hated about it. War is death, destruction and misery. They should have used Coldplay.
  • Someone mind explaining me where the smoke and fire comes from? Is it friction or something?
  • Some answers here: http://www.reddit.com/r/askscience/comments/22iqo3/why_does_the_us_navy_rail_gun_round_explode_into/ I also believe it's the friction and force build up combined with the projectile splitting as soon as it leaves the gun. The speed is so incredible it wouldn't be surprise if the outer shell of the projectile is just burned to pieces. I'm no expert, so someone correct me if I'm wrong.
  • Nope. You're right with the fact that the outer shell is burned from the intense energy discharge, rather than the speed.
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