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Wait .. Diapers? How do those help your plants? Trust me, it’s probably not what you’re thinking.
NOTE: The results, depictions and claims portrayed in this video are based on the limited experiences I had to test ideas prior to production. All information is believed to be true and correct at time of publication, and no information or results have been found to indicate otherwise. Individual results may vary depending on location and application. Use of video content is at own risk.
These Marine recruits can drill.
Before graduating tomorrow and continuing on their follow-on entry level training, these Marines perform a trick drill known as the monkey drill. Nice work guys!
Knowing how to survive is a hard task on a nice sunny day, imagine if it were the middle of winter or you were in a place where the nights get below freezing… Knowing skills that are taught to the marines could give you the edge and get you through the freezing night or cold weather.
Obviously training and doing the things in this manual will get you the skills needed to survive but at the very minimum you should have this downloaded and on a device where you can get to it.
With electronics I know an EMP will take them out but in realistic terms they are pretty unlikely. So I would suggest having a solar charger to charge your device so you can have this valuable information to hand anytime you need it. Thats why I download all of my PDF’s, books etc to my phone. Get the United States Marine Corps – Winter Survival Course Handbook free….
One of the most important maps of the Civil War was also one of the most visually striking: the United States Coast Survey’s map of the slaveholding states, which clearly illustrates the varying concentrations of slaves across the South. Abraham Lincoln loved the map and consulted it often; it even appears in a famous 1864 painting of the president and his cabinet.
FOOD & WINE’s Justin Chapple demonstrates how to truss a chicken without string.
Trussing, or tying up the wings and legs of a chicken, is an important step in roasting a whole bird evenly; it ensures evenly-cooked, moist meat, and prevents anything stuffed inside from falling out. But even if you don’t have kitchen twine on hand, you can still truss a chicken using its own skin.
Food & Wine test kitchen editor Justin Chapple demonstrates the method in the video above. Basically, you’ll want to make an incision into the skin that surrounds the cavity of the chicken, tucking the opposite drumstick into the slit; you’ll then repeat the same technique on the opposite side.
A brilliant reconstitution of the last fight of Manfred Albrecht Freiherr “The Red Baron”.
Richthofen’s last flight – Cinematic Historical documentary (In game footage from the flight sim “Rise of Flight”).
The story is as factual as I can make it. The only known historical inaccuracies are:
1. Mellersh does claim a Triplane shot down that day, but it was in fact Wolff, and he didn’t “explode”, but returned home and landed safely after spinning towards the ground under Mellersh’s fire.
2. The two seaters depicted in game are not Albatros (as they should be) But DFW’s, not represented in game (yet!) The story should really have RE8’s too…
3. A few of the Jasta colours are incorrectly shown – they are “mixed and matched” to a degree to represent the “Flying Circus”.
The rest is, as it should be, as far as possible, but comments, suggestions towards the much disputed legend of Richthofen’s death are welcome! He was reported to have been pulled alive from the aircraft saying “Kaput”.. But this seems unlikely due to the nature of his wound.