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Date: 2009-07-06 12:45:16 - Added by: EST_PL
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Battlestations: Midway - Multiplayer Steel Monsters by EST and friends
A short video taken from multiplayer mode of Battlestations: Midway. Map - Steel Monsters. Objective - destroy all enemy warships. Check http://battlestations.eu for more videos and details.
Date: 2009-07-05 13:51:07 - Added by: EST_PL
Views: 7439 - Votes: 1 - Rating: 3
 
Battlestations: Midway - Multiplayer Steel Monsters by EST and friends (1/2)
A short video taken from multiplayer mode of Battlestations: Midway. Map - Steel Monsters. Objective - destroy all enemy warships. Check http://battlestations.eu for more videos and details.
Date: 2009-07-05 12:18:29 - Added by: EST_PL
Views: 7656 - Votes: 1 - Rating: 4
 
Richard Hammond presents Bloody Omaha (The Graphics)
The music used Is Two Tribes by Frankie goes to Hollywood. we headed out to Omaha Beach for 4 days armed with a Z1 camera, a pop up greenscreen, some soldier uniforms and 2 rubber rifles (we couldnt afford 3), and begun the process of covering the beach (with camera on the cliff top), and re-enacting the veterans moving accounts. When back in London (and back in our real day job) we began to piece together all wed shot using adobe after effects, (and a little 3d modelling in maya) turning the 3 of us into the invading U.S. army. 6 Weeks later the work was completed and provides a moving insight to the U.S veterans memories of storming Omaha beach, for BBC 2\'s Timewatch: Bloody Omaha. You can see more of our work at www.compostcreative.com
Date: 2009-07-04 10:27:36 - Added by: EST_PL
Views: 7397 - Votes: 0 - Rating: 0
 
Citroen GT on the Streets of London (HD)
http://gtplanet.net - The stunning Citroen GT concept car, designed by Polyphony Digital, stops traffic as it cruises the streets of London.
Date: 2009-07-04 10:04:56 - Added by: EST_PL
Views: 7395 - Votes: 0 - Rating: 0
 
Human LCD : Close Up Video
SOUTH KOREA : High school students cheering for their soccer teams. The most amazing thing is that they do this with their CLOTHES (not holding up cards). they have a jacket that is one color on the back, one on the front, and that they can open or close to show a third color shirt on the inside.
Date: 2009-07-04 09:58:11 - Added by: EST_PL
Views: 7437 - Votes: 1 - Rating: 2
 
(2/12) Battlefield I: The Battle of Midway Episode 4 (GDH)
Just after midnight on 4 June, Admiral Nimitz, based on patrol plane reports, advised Task Forces 16 and 17 of the course and speed of the Japanese \"main body,\" also noting their distance of 574 miles from Midway. Shortly after dawn, a patrol plane spotted two Japanese carriers and their escorts, reporting \"Many planes heading Midway from 320 degrees distant 150 miles!\" The first attack on 4 June, however, took place when the four night-flying PBYs attacked the Japanese transports northwest of Midway with one PBY torpedoing fleet tanker Akebono Maru. Later that morning, at roughly 0630, Aichi D3A (\"Val\") carrier bombers and Nakajima B5N (\"Kate\") torpedo planes, supported by numerous fighters (\"Zekes\"), bombed Midway Island installations. Although defending U.S. Marine Corps Brewster F2A (\"Buffalo\") and Grumman F4F (\"Wildcat\") fighters suffered disastrous losses, losing 17 of 26 aloft, the Japanese only inflicted slight damage to the facilities on Midway. Motor Torpedo Boat PT-25 was also damaged by strafing in Midway lagoon. Over the next two hours, Japanese \"Zekes\" on Combat Air Patrol (CAP) and antiaircraft fire from the Japanese fleet annihilated the repeated attacks by the American aircraft from Marine Corps Douglas SBD (\"Dauntless\") and Vought SB2U (\"Vindicator\") scout bombers from VMSB-241, Navy Grumman TBF (\"Avenger\") torpedo bombers from VT-8 detachment, and U. S. Army Air Force torpedo-carrying Martin B-26 (\"Marauder\") bombers sent out to attack the Japanese carriers. Army Air Force \"Flying Fortresses\" likewise bombed the Japanese carrier force without success, although without losses to themselves. Between 0930 and 1030, Douglas TBD (\"Devastator\") torpedo bombers from VT 3, VT-6, and VT-8 on the three American carriers attacked the Japanese carriers. Although nearly wiped out by the defending Japanese fighters and antiaircraft fire, they drew off enemy fighters, leaving the skies open for dive bombers from Enterprise and Yorktown. VB-6 and VS-6 \"Dauntlesses\" from Enterprise bombed and fatally damaged carriers Kaga and Akagi, while VB-3 \"Dauntlesses\" from Yorktown bombed and wrecked carrier Soryu. American submarine Nautilus (SS-168) then fired torpedoes at the burning Kaga but her torpedoes did not explode. At 1100, the one Japanese carrier that escaped destruction that morning, Hiryu, launched \"Val\" dive bombers that temporarily disabled Yorktown around noon. Three and a half hours later, Hiryu\'s \"Kate\" torpedo planes struck a second blow, forcing Yorktown\'s abandonment. In return, \"Dauntlesses\" from Enterprise mortally damaged Hiryu in a strike around 1700 that afternoon. The destruction of the Carrier Strike Force compelled Admiral Yamamoto to abandon his Midway invasion plans, and the Japanese Fleet began to retire westward. During the battle, Japanese destroyers had picked up three U.S. naval aviators from the water. After interrogation, however, all three Americans were murdered. One TBD pilot, Lieutenant George Gay escaped detection by the Japanese ships and was later rescued by a PBY. On 5 June, TF 16 under command of Rear Admiral Spruance pursued the Japanese fleet westward, while work continued to salvage the damaged Yorktown. Both Akagi and Hiryu, damaged the previous day, were scuttled by Japanese destroyers early on the 5th. The last air attacks of the battle took place on 6 June when dive bombers from Enterprise and Hornet bombed and sank heavy cruiser Mikuma, and damaged destroyers Asashio and Arashio,as well as the cruiser Mogami. At Admiral Spruance\'s expressed orders, issued because of the destruction of three torpedo squadrons on 4 June, \"Devastators\" from VT-6 that accompanied the strike did not attack because of the threat to them from surface antiaircraft fire. After recovering these planes, TF 16 turned eastward and broke off contact with the enemy. COMINT intercepts over the following two days documented the withdrawal of Japanese forces toward Saipan and the Home Islands. Meanwhile, on the 6th, Japanese submarine I-168 interrupted the U.S. salvage operations, torpedoing Yorktown and torpedoing and sinking destroyer USS Hammann (DD-412). Screening destroyers depth-charged I-168 but the Japanese submarine escaped destruction. Yorktown, suffering from numerous torpedo hits, finally rolled over and sank at dawn on 7 June. (Excerpt for Naval Historical Center)
Date: 2009-07-02 10:10:57 - Added by: EST_PL
Views: 7542 - Votes: 1 - Rating: 5
 
(1/12) Battlefield I: The Battle of Midway Episode 4 (GDH)
Just after midnight on 4 June, Admiral Nimitz, based on patrol plane reports, advised Task Forces 16 and 17 of the course and speed of the Japanese \"main body,\" also noting their distance of 574 miles from Midway. Shortly after dawn, a patrol plane spotted two Japanese carriers and their escorts, reporting \"Many planes heading Midway from 320 degrees distant 150 miles!\" The first attack on 4 June, however, took place when the four night-flying PBYs attacked the Japanese transports northwest of Midway with one PBY torpedoing fleet tanker Akebono Maru. Later that morning, at roughly 0630, Aichi D3A (\"Val\") carrier bombers and Nakajima B5N (\"Kate\") torpedo planes, supported by numerous fighters (\"Zekes\"), bombed Midway Island installations. Although defending U.S. Marine Corps Brewster F2A (\"Buffalo\") and Grumman F4F (\"Wildcat\") fighters suffered disastrous losses, losing 17 of 26 aloft, the Japanese only inflicted slight damage to the facilities on Midway. Motor Torpedo Boat PT-25 was also damaged by strafing in Midway lagoon. Over the next two hours, Japanese \"Zekes\" on Combat Air Patrol (CAP) and antiaircraft fire from the Japanese fleet annihilated the repeated attacks by the American aircraft from Marine Corps Douglas SBD (\"Dauntless\") and Vought SB2U (\"Vindicator\") scout bombers from VMSB-241, Navy Grumman TBF (\"Avenger\") torpedo bombers from VT-8 detachment, and U. S. Army Air Force torpedo-carrying Martin B-26 (\"Marauder\") bombers sent out to attack the Japanese carriers. Army Air Force \"Flying Fortresses\" likewise bombed the Japanese carrier force without success, although without losses to themselves. Between 0930 and 1030, Douglas TBD (\"Devastator\") torpedo bombers from VT 3, VT-6, and VT-8 on the three American carriers attacked the Japanese carriers. Although nearly wiped out by the defending Japanese fighters and antiaircraft fire, they drew off enemy fighters, leaving the skies open for dive bombers from Enterprise and Yorktown. VB-6 and VS-6 \"Dauntlesses\" from Enterprise bombed and fatally damaged carriers Kaga and Akagi, while VB-3 \"Dauntlesses\" from Yorktown bombed and wrecked carrier Soryu. American submarine Nautilus (SS-168) then fired torpedoes at the burning Kaga but her torpedoes did not explode. At 1100, the one Japanese carrier that escaped destruction that morning, Hiryu, launched \"Val\" dive bombers that temporarily disabled Yorktown around noon. Three and a half hours later, Hiryu\'s \"Kate\" torpedo planes struck a second blow, forcing Yorktown\'s abandonment. In return, \"Dauntlesses\" from Enterprise mortally damaged Hiryu in a strike around 1700 that afternoon. The destruction of the Carrier Strike Force compelled Admiral Yamamoto to abandon his Midway invasion plans, and the Japanese Fleet began to retire westward. During the battle, Japanese destroyers had picked up three U.S. naval aviators from the water. After interrogation, however, all three Americans were murdered. One TBD pilot, Lieutenant George Gay escaped detection by the Japanese ships and was later rescued by a PBY. On 5 June, TF 16 under command of Rear Admiral Spruance pursued the Japanese fleet westward, while work continued to salvage the damaged Yorktown. Both Akagi and Hiryu, damaged the previous day, were scuttled by Japanese destroyers early on the 5th. The last air attacks of the battle took place on 6 June when dive bombers from Enterprise and Hornet bombed and sank heavy cruiser Mikuma, and damaged destroyers Asashio and Arashio,as well as the cruiser Mogami. At Admiral Spruance\'s expressed orders, issued because of the destruction of three torpedo squadrons on 4 June, \"Devastators\" from VT-6 that accompanied the strike did not attack because of the threat to them from surface antiaircraft fire. After recovering these planes, TF 16 turned eastward and broke off contact with the enemy. COMINT intercepts over the following two days documented the withdrawal of Japanese forces toward Saipan and the Home Islands. Meanwhile, on the 6th, Japanese submarine I-168 interrupted the U.S. salvage operations, torpedoing Yorktown and torpedoing and sinking destroyer USS Hammann (DD-412). Screening destroyers depth-charged I-168 but the Japanese submarine escaped destruction. Yorktown, suffering from numerous torpedo hits, finally rolled over and sank at dawn on 7 June. (Excerpt for Naval Historical Center)
Date: 2009-07-02 10:09:36 - Added by: EST_PL
Views: 7487 - Votes: 2 - Rating: 5
 
Sinking the World's Largest Battleship Yamato
When launched in 1941, the Yamato was the world\'s largest and most powerful warship ever built. It was a symbol of Japanese military power and a response to attempts by world powers to place limitations on fleet sizes in order to de-escalate the naval arms race. The Yamato was built in absolute secrecy. Designed to be twice the size of any other battleship, it included three large gun turrets—each weighing more than an American destroyer—that could send a shell 40 kilometers. As American forces prepared for the invasion of Okinawa, the Yamato was ordered to do everything possible to stop this attack. A decision was made to sacrifice the ship in a suicide mission. But the Americans intercepted the Yamato while she was still 320 kilometers away from the closest American warship. A coordinated attack by more than 400 planes from a dozen U.S. aircraft carriers sunk the Yamato. The result was the largest naval disaster in history—only 269 of 3,016 crew members survived. Today, Yamato lies at the bottom of the East China Sea, sunk by a massive explosion that entombed 3,000 Japanese sailors in a colossal naval disaster. As it sank below the waves, the golden age of the battleship, the 20th century\'s first superweapon, had already faded from history. NOVA joins an international team exploring the grave of this titanic vessel to unlock the secrets of her design and final mission. Featuring powerful interviews with two of the Japanese survivors of the sinking, NOVA reconstructs the fateful last hours that led to the supership\'s doom.
Date: 2009-07-02 10:01:56 - Added by: EST_PL
Views: 7899 - Votes: 3 - Rating: 5
 
Battleship YAMATO in SecondLife : 戦艦大和 in セカンドライフ
Battleship YAMATO in SecondLife :
Date: 2009-07-02 10:00:25 - Added by: EST_PL
Views: 7464 - Votes: 2 - Rating: 2.5
 

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