Here’s a random tech tip from Murdoc Payday Online. If you want to use a Samsung ML-1210 (or probably any 1200 series) laser jet printer with Windows 7, go HERE and follow the instructions. We’ve got one of these things and want to use up the toner cartridge, but were having trouble getting it to work […]
Month: July 2010
Though it’s 653 feet long compared to 844 feet for our Wasp-class ships, the Dokdo displaces less than half the tonnage and carries less than half the number of marines than the Wasps. But not bad for a country like the Republic of Korea. A couple more shots below:
Linkzookery has been MIA for a while. But it’s back. Final MC-12 deployed to USCENTCOM AOR All 30 planes from the MC-12W Liberty program deployed in only 13 months. More on the MC-12W here and here. Guns of the Enemy AKs, Dragunovs, PPSh-41s, and Khyber Pass Copies. Mystery deepens over why sailors left base This […]
More photos here.
Defense Tech: Mattis Still Supports Light COIN Plane Air Force Wants Dead This should have happened years ago. But it didn’t and any optimism I ever had has pretty much evaporated. Hopefully, UAVs can do the job. Because F-35s won’t.
From the Project Apollo Archive.
Ramen noodles were four for a dollar at the store across the street. I usually stocked up when they were on sale for six or seven for a dollar, but they’ve been five for a dollar for a long time now. Then this four for a dollar nonsense. That’s twenty-five cents each. Crazy.
Was browsing the bird’s eye view of Bremerton Naval Inactive Ship Maintenance Facility and noticed this monster: Is that the USS Triton? It appears that scrapping wasn’t completed until last November, which surprised me. She was decommissioned in 1969.