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Y-Wing, The X-Wing’s sidekick

By: Joe Lam
In the Star Wars franchise, there is a whole shipload of different types of spaceships. And since most of the details in Star Wars was based/inspired from World War 2, it won't be pretty surprising if the spaceships here was detailed just like in WW2.
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Workhorse Drone

The Advances In Workhorse Technology

Learn about how WorkHorse can change the future of delivering packages!
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Where is Santa Claus?

Christmas Eve is approaching us fast, and as many children excitedly await Santa Claus’s visit to their homes to deliver gifts, you can watch Santa’s journey around the world using the NORAD Santa Tracker!
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The Worlds First Fully-Functional Jetpack

This jetpack can fly up to 6,000ft in the air.
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CH-47F Chinook

The H-47F is one of the most advanced helicopters in the U.S. Army.
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If Birds Couldn’t Fly

Birds are a unique animal that are warm-blooded, and could fly-high with their wings. But what if they didn't have wings?
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Ilyushin IL-2, the Russian Stukas

By: Joe Lam

Dive-bomber/ground attack fighter were a key factor during World War 2, for they are small enough to bomb a key area without harming the area around it (like a enemy HQ within a town), but, they are big...

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MIL Mi-24, “The Crocodile”

By: Joe Lam

Helicopters comes into mass production for military use when World War 2 have ended. As the 2 world superpowers, namely USA and USSR, were at a rush of improving and upgrading their armed forces in case...

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The Spitfire family- (Too many of them to count here)

By: Joe Lam

During WW2, many countries were making new designs (or improving the existing design) so that they fight off other countries' war machines. Tanks, warships, infantries, and fighter aircraft. Indeed, many...

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Early Jets

Today I'm here to talk about the history of jet aircraft.  Jets are the but to learn about jet aircraft we have to go to the first usage of them. WWII was a revolutionary time for aviation and overall...

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How to Throw a Card

Have you ever seen someone stick a card in a potato? Probably not... but read on! First off, you are going to need straight cards (ones that are new and not bent). Step One; Hold the card between your...

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Source: Star Treks fan site, https://www.startrek.com/article/eaglemoss-uncloaks-two-new-enterprise-models

Antimatter: The Future of Propulsion or Expensive Waste?

If you've watched Star Trek, you'd know that the United Space Ship (USS) Enterprise achieves faster than light travel by smashing together matter and anti-matter to create nearly infinite explosions of...

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