How to start a Boeing 737-800 (FSX)

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Posted by rr1455 - September 1, 2019 at 1:04 pm

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Planes Drop Fire Retardant Onto Colorado Wildfires

B-roll of Air National Guard members preparing aircraft for take off in the effort to fight wild fires in Colorado. Includes aerial footage of fire retardant drops.

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Posted by rr1455 - August 31, 2019 at 11:53 pm

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HD Cockpit Scenes – 737 Start Up

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Jack Roush Crashes Private Jet At Oshkosh (2010)

On July 27, 2010, approximately 1816 central daylight time, a Hawker Beechcraft model 390 (Premier IA) business jet, N6JR, registered to and operated by Roush Fenway Racing and piloted by Jack Roush, was substantially damaged when it impacted terrain during landing at runway 18R, Wittman Regional Airport, Oshkosh, Wisconsin.

Day visual meteorological conditions prevailed at the time of the accident. The airline transport certificated pilot (Jack Roush) and his passenger – an employee who stated at the time that she flew with Mr. Roush about four times a week – were seriously injured.

Roush was flying to Oshkosh to attend the Experimental Aircraft Association’s AirVenture 2010 fly-in convention. Air traffic control data indicated that the accident flight entered the Oshkosh area under VFR and was cleared to land on runway 18R.

This video shows Roush's plane in its left base turn to final for runway 18R, through the point where the jet's right wing stalled and the aircraft entered a right bank, striking the grass area west of the runway in a nose down, right wing low attitude.

Stunned for a minute, Roush did not remember to turn off his jet's engines and they continued to run after the crash. Once he shut off their fuel flow, however, emergency personnel boarded his aircraft and assisted Roush and his passenger out. They were both transported to the hospital for treatment of serious, but non-life-threatening injuries.

Roush, 68 at the time of the accident, nearly lost his life in a 2002 crash when his plane struck power lines. At the time of this crash in 2010 Roush had logged more than 9,000 hours as a pilot.

A large collection of investigatory material from the NTSB and other agencies is available at One highlight is a complete transcript of the NTSB's interview with Roush. The interview transcript reveals that Roush's recollection of the events following his crash are… well… wrong. (I have not seen that noted anywhere else.)

For one striking example, page 31 line 25 has Jack stating that following the crash he walked back into the fuselage of his jet and found that "the cabin was intact, completely intact."

Not quite…

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Flying the world’s most affordable private jet : Eclipse 550

The ECLIPSE 550 features best in class performance, economics, and safety. With the ability to fly at altitudes up to 41,000 feet at a max cruise of 430 mph, all while consuming a mere 59 gallons of fuel per hour, the Eclipse 550 is the most efficient twin-engine Private Jet on the planet.

Avio now supports XM satellite radio weather, stand-alone integrated standby display units and a full-function moving map.

The Eclipse 550 now sells for more than $3 million, equipped with optional weather radar, autothrottles, traffic alerting system, Class B TAWS and synthetic vision, along with other popular upgrades.

Eclipse brags that it's the only twin-engine jet for under $3 million, and the most fuel-efficient, too, consuming 59 gallons per hour.

The twin-engine Eclipse 550 is a true “personal jet”—small, nimble, and designed to be flown by an owner-pilot. Now the five-seat (a sixth-seat option is available) jets are available to all pilots through time-share, lease, and jet card programs offered by Central Jet Charter Inc.

The Eclipse 550 can fly at altitudes up to 41,000 feet and it cruises up to 430 mph, while consuming just 59 gallons of fuel per hour. Its maximum range is 1,125 miles.

The Eclipse 550, the new production twin-engine jet from Eclipse Aerospace, features best in class performance, economics, and safety. With the ability to fly at altitudes up to 41,000 feet at a max cruise of 430 mph, all while consuming less than 200 litres (400 lbs) of fuel per hour.

The Eclipse 550 is the most efficient twin-engine jet on the planet. The plain fact that this capability is available in an aircraft that is hundreds of thousands of dollars less expensive than its nearest competitor, and that its operating costs are 35% lower than its nearest competitor, is no small feat.

The Eclipse Jet is the world's most economical twin-engine jet, costing less to acquire and less to operate than any other twin-engine jet on the planet.

The avionics system in the Eclipse 550, designed to be completely integrated, gives the pilot the ability to move between graphical systems interfaces quickly, removing unnecessary data and allowing the pilot to focus on the task at hand.

Each synoptic page is displayed on the large, high resolution, multi function display (MFD), providng the pilot a complete picture of the operations and performance of that system, all in one location.

The Eclipse jet to be flown single pilot, adding safety features that other light jets can only dream about – features that height awareness of weather, traffic and other obstacles in Flight.

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Posted by rr1455 - January 12, 2019 at 11:22 am

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A Short History of the World’s Best Selling Private Jet

A Short History of the World’s Best-Selling Private Jet
When Embraer introduced the Phenom 300 in 2009, it may have seemed like just a larger version of the company’s previously launched entry-level jet, the Phenom 100. It had a similar fuselage, though it was a bit longer, and like the 100, it could be flown by a single pilot. Yet, it also was one of the fastest aircraft in the light-jet category, and it had great climb-to-cruising speed, good range, and low operating costs. With a price of $9 million, it was destined to be popular.

Indeed, even before Embraer introduced the plane, the fractional-ownership company Flight Options (which is now a sibling of FlexJet) ordered 100 examples, with an option to buy 50 more. It was a $1.2 billion investment, but Flight Options was selling shares of the Phenom 300 faster than it could take delivery of the aircraft.

The Phenom 300 quickly became a staple in the fractional and charter markets, giving many business flyers a chance to experience the oval-shaped cabin with its wide center aisle, reclining seats, and enclosed lavatory. Passengers must have enjoyed their flights, because sales of the Phenom 300 have been soaring. In 2012, it became the most delivered light jet, and 2015 marked the third straight year that it was the world’s most delivered business jet.

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Posted by rr1455 - January 11, 2019 at 11:06 am

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Single Pilot South Atlantic Crossing

Flight from Praia Cabo Verde to Natal Brazil

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Posted by rr1455 - January 8, 2019 at 3:24 pm

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5 Most Economical Private Jets In The World

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Flying in a private jet is generally reserved for the few wealthy who can afford that kind of luxury. it’s quite expensive to fly in a private jet than it is in a commercial jet. The cost for A seat on a private jet is up to 100 times more than a seat on a commercial flight. That’s because it is very expensive to operate any jet in the world. Commercial airlines are able to bare that cost because they can carry hundreds of people at a time so the cost is split across the board. But a small or midsize jet can only carry a few people on each flight.

Over the years, we’ve seen an introduction of newer types of jets that are smaller in size, yet capable of flying up to six people on board. These jets are suppose to reduce the overall cost of the private owner/operator. They are called VLJs aka Very light jets. A very light jet can cost up to one tenth per hour to operate than a typical midsize jet. Today we will take a look at 5 of the most economical and fuel effectuate private jets in the world.

1. Embraer Phenom 100 – The Phenom 100 is the smallest line of jet produced by Embraer, yet it is one of the largest in its class of light jets. With a cabin large enough to fly 6 people comfortably at jet like speeds. This little rocket machine will cruise north of 400 miles per hour and get you as far as a thousand miles or more. Did I also mention that there’s a potty on board? yea even that’s special for a jet in this class.

PHENOM 100 Range: Up to 1,356 miles
Speed: Up to 460 mph
Cost per hour: $1,152
Price: $4.5 Million

2. Honda Jet – Yes the global Japanese auto maker honda also builds airplanes. The Honda Jet is supposed to be a light business class aircraft and it was first introduced some fifteen years ago. Since the first prototype, it took at leas a decade for Honda to get this jet certified. And since certification last year, The Honda jet is now being mass produced. Although there’s a long waiting list if you like to buy one today. The Honda jet like the Phenom is nothing short of spectacular. Very economical while traveling at speeds north of 400 miles per hour.

HONDA JET Range: Up to 1,388 miles
Speed: Up to 423 mph
Cost per hour: $1,135
Price: $5 Million

3. Cessna Citation Mustang – Once a flagship in Cessna’s line of aircraft, sadly the citation mustang’s production has been halted since last year. The citation mustang is an amazing private jet with a nice cabin that will fit 6 people and fly over 1200 miles in range. Although the mustang has one of the smallest cabin space in it’s class. It does make up for that in speed and range.

CITATION MUSTANG Range: Up to 1,433 miles
Speed: Up to 391 mph
Cost per hour: $1,015
Price: $1.35 Million

4. Eclipse 550 – The eclipse 550 is another great private jet that is produced by One aviation. The 550 is a step up from the eclipse 500 which already offered a ton of range and plenty of speeds. The eclipse 550 is once of the most affordable private jets in the world that is single pilot operated. For about $3 million you can get your hands on a brand new eclipse 550, and used, you can get for less than $2 million. What’s most amazing about this aircraft is that it only burns about 50 gallons of fuel per hour in cruise. that’s just incredible for a jet engine, two jet engines for that matter, to burn that little about of fuel while traveling over 450 miles per hour.

5. Cirrus SF50 Vision Jet – In case you haven’t heard, there’s a new jet in town and it stands alone in its type and design. The Cirrus Vision jet is the company’s answer to more speed and flight ceiling. With a flight ceiling of 28,000 feet. It means you can fly over bad weather. And the Cirrus jet is no slug either. With cruise speeds over 300 miles per hour, it means you get to your destination fast and in comfort. The best part about this aircraft is the fact that it only has one engine to operate and maintain. What that means is much less fuel burn per hour. The Cirrus jet is by far the most affordable jet to operate. It is also once of the most affordable to buy at $2 million.

CIRRUS SF50 Range: Up to 1,266 miles
Speed: Up to 345 mph
Cost per hour: $662
Price: $2 Million

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Top 10 Private Mini Jets and Light Airplanes for Beginner Millionaires

What if sometime in your life, the point is reached when flying commercial airlines becomes a burden and you simply need a private jet to take you to places, while surrounded with unnecessary luxury and comfort?

When that moment comes, you shall be able to consult with this list of the smallest business aircraft for novice multimillionaires, and those of us who are fine flying economy class, let’s just enjoy the lineup of beautiful, super expensive planes that can fly really fast!

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0:44 Embraer Phenom 100:

Very light private jet that offers best in class spacious cabin, cutting-edge technology for piloting and impressive performance.

1:45 Honda Jet:

Honda Jet is a compact business class aircraft with over-the-wing engine mount and a $4.5 mil pricetag. The jet accommodates up to 6 passengers and has hourly operating cost around $1,135.

2:41 Cessna Citation M2:

After the discontinuation of Cessna’s most prominent very light jet, Mustang, Cessna Citation M2 has taken its place in the lineup as the smallest and most affordable model.

3:43 Daher TBM 930:

The Daher TBM 930 is among the oldest light business aircraft on today’s market and in 2018 it will be celebrating its 30th anniversary of operation.

4:49 Cirrus SF50 Vision Jet:

Meet Cirrus SF50 Vision Jet – the one-of-a-kind single engine jet on today’s market that at the same time is the most affordable one.

5:45 Pilatus PC-12 NG:

Pilatus PC-12 NG is a new generation of the legendary single-engine turboprop that has been on the market since 1994. It has a base price of $4.05 mil, but a fully equipped version is likely to cost around $4.9 mil.

6:47 Cessna CJ3+:

Cessna CJ3+ is one of the most popular light jets from Cessna that offers performance and reliability coupled with high efficiency and lower operating costs.

8:01 STRATOS 714:

Single engine business jet with good fuel efficiency and build with a concept of owner-pilot in mind.

9:00 Piper M600:

Piper M600 is a compact 4-passenger aircraft based on the company’s M500. The plane features advanced G3000. So far 50 units has been built and sold at the $2.9 mil price.

10:07 Eclipse 550:

A twin-engine jet by One Aviation certified for one-pilot operation and featuring a combination of performance, economy and safety.

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Posted by rr1455 - January 6, 2019 at 3:10 pm

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The Challenges of Flying Single Pilot

When flying around Single Pilot it brings a lot of different challenges compared to having 2 pilots. Join me on this IFR flight from Miami, FL to Savannah, GA in the TBM850.

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Phenom 300 WTF! Highest Performance Single Pilot Private Jet – Flight VLOG

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Posted by rr1455 - January 5, 2019 at 12:15 am

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Tower Operations • USAF Air Traffic Control (ATC)

U.S. Air Force Air Traffic Controllers on the job in the Tower at Joint Base Langley-Eustis, VA on April 19, 2017.

Film Credits: SrA Megan Reed

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Posted by rr1455 - December 23, 2018 at 10:14 am

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Traffic Patterns at Airports with a Control Tower

Private Pilot Training, Ground Schoo at Gillepsie Field at El Cajon, Calfornia. See us at www dot gsfc dot com.

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Posted by rr1455 - December 21, 2018 at 1:49 pm

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How a control tower works (FREEview 107)


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Posted by rr1455 - December 20, 2018 at 11:31 am

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Tales from the air traffic control tower

How do you manage the constant flow of flights at the world's busiest airport? The key is communication. And coffee.

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Posted by rr1455 - December 18, 2018 at 4:33 pm

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World’s Busiest Control Tower conversations

Oshkosh's Wittman Regional Airport, Wisconsin, USA.
This was recorded in 2003 for the Airventure aviation celebration, where every year the ATC tower becomes the busiest control tower in the world for a couple of days.

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Some Funny Air Traffic Control Conversations

A mix of funny air traffic control conversations recorded over the years on
All recordings are of flights landing or departing JFK airport in New York:
1. A Japan Airlines cargo plane arriving from Chicago late at night.
2. An air traffic controller clears his daughter and granddaughter to land.
3. A British Airways flight tries to cut ahead in line for takeoff.
4. A Chautauqua crew is surprised by the lack of traffic at JFK on Saturday morning.
5. A Mesaba flight is delayed by a passenger in need of a toilet break during taxi.

All conversations recorded on and edited/subtitled by myself.

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Posted by rr1455 - December 17, 2018 at 2:22 am

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Teaching AI to Solve Problems

How do you teach AI how to create a better traffic infrastructure for a city? How about getting it to solve a bunch of puzzles first? We look into an interesting strategy dedicated to improving artificial intelligence by throwing as many different problems at it as possible.


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Posted by rr1455 - August 25, 2018 at 12:39 pm

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How to use Open Type in Ai

There are more than 329 glyphs in the font including Stylistic sets, Ligatures, Contextual Alternates etc. Celestial Typeface is handmade Victorian handlettering, which is combining modern and classic typography with some awesome features. Yes we back to early 1800s, bring classic touch on this decade.

Celestial Features
-Numerals & Punctuations
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-Contextual Alternates
-Stylistic Alternates
-Old Style Tabular for numbering

-Celestial Pattern (Ai CC)
-Celestial brush (Ai CC)
-Outline Decorative Stroke (editable)

There are more than 329 glyphs in the font including Stylistic sets, Ligatures, Contextual Alternates etc. OpenType features with Stylistic Alternates, Contextual Alternate in some characters that allows to make victorian look. this is suit for : wine packaging, labeling, logo, classic shop, coffee shop, movie title, etc

To access the alternate glyphs, you need a program that supports OpenType features such as Adobe Illustrator CS and Adobe Indesign.

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Posted by rr1455 - August 23, 2018 at 4:12 pm

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Google Wants You to Use Its A.I. Platform For Free

Fei Fei Li, Chief Scientist at Google AI gives details about current development of Google AI platform and how everybody can access it. From Google I/O May 2017.

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How to command AI – Arma 3 [Voice + C2 + AI-mods]

Some general information regarding AI squad commanding in Arma 3. This video should give a broad understanding of it.

I have been researching how to play with AI for a little while now since I came across the C2 Command & Control mod. Since I could only find videos about each of the different aspects of how i like to play, I decided to fill that void with this video. It should be a good stepping stone if you want to play missions in the same fashon as I do with voice and mods.

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Posted by rr1455 - August 22, 2018 at 1:09 pm

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F-35 Lightning – Death Valley (4k)

Royal Netherlands Air Force promotional shoot. 2 x F-35A Lightning II's putting on a show in California, December 2017.

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First F-35B Vertical Takeoff Test

An F-35B test aircraft completes its first-ever vertical takeoff (VTO) at NAS Patuxent River, Md., on May 10, 2013. While not a capability used in combat, VTOs are required for repositioning of the STOVL in environments where a jet could not perform a short takeoff. In these cases, the jet, with a limited amount of fuel, would execute a VTO to travel a short distance.

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Posted by rr1455 - August 20, 2018 at 5:02 pm

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O Impressionante Lockheed Martin F 35 _ Decolagens e Aterrissagens _ Amazing Compilação

O Impressionante Lockheed Martin F 35 _ Decolagens e Aterrissagens _ Amazing Compilação
O Impressionante Lockheed Martin F-35 Stealth Fighter Jets _ Amazing Compilação

Tipo / Missão Caça multipropósito furtivo, com motor turbofan de pós-combustão, monomotor monoplano
País de origem Estados Unidos
Fabricante Lockheed Martin
Northrop Grumman
BAE Systems
Período de produção 2006-presente
Quantidade produzida Até novembro de 2014, 115 unidade(s)
Custo unitário F-35A: US$98 milhões (baixa porcentagem de produção inicial 'BPPI' e sem o motor, produção completa em 2018 pode ser no valor de US$85 milhões
F-35B: US$104 milhões (BPPI e sem motor)
F-35C: US$116 milhões (BPPI e sem motor)
Desenvolvido de Lockheed Martin X-35
Primeiro voo em 10 de dezembro de 2006 (11 anos)
Introduzido em F-35B: 31 de julho de 2015 (USMC)
F-35A: 3º trimestre de 2016 (USAF)
F-35C: 2018 (USN)
Tripulação 1
Motor(es) 1 x motor turbofan de pós-combustão Pratt & Whitney F135 ou General Electric Rolls-Royce Fighter Engine Team (FET) F136[3]
Dados: Ver seção "Especificações"

O Lockheed Martin F-35 "Lightning II" ou F-35 Joint Strike Fighter é um programa que visa a produção de três aeronaves stealth caça multi-função supersônicas, que fora desenvolvido para satisfazer as necessidades de uma transformação na nova geração de armamento dos governos dos Estados Unidos, do Reino Unido, da Holanda, Austrália, Canadá, Itália, Dinamarca, Noruega, Turquia e de outros compradores, como Israel.
O F-35 foi concebido como projeto de três caças de 5ª geração, CTOL F-35A JSF, STOVL F-35B JSF, CV F-35C JSF, de relativo baixo custo, para a Marinha, Força aérea e Marines dos Estados Unidos, pois englobar três aeronaves em um mesmo projeto atenuou os elevados custos de desenvolvimento comparado aos três separados. No entanto, devido a sucessivos problemas de desenvolvimento, o objetivo de baixo custo não foi atingido.
As principais armas são transportadas em compartimentos internos, para um elevado grau de discrição. Mas armas adicionais podem ser transportadas externamente, em missões em que a furtividade não é necessária.
Desde que foi concebido, o F-35 tem se envolvido em controvérsias. Atrasos, aumento nos custos de desenvolvimento (projetados inicialmente em US$ 59 bilhões de dólares) e problemas no projeto em geral mancharam a reputação do caça, que deveria ser uma alternativa mais barata ao caríssimo F-22. Somado, o custo de desenvolvimento, construção e manutenção girou em torno de US$ 400 bilhões de dólares. Com este valor, o projeto do F-35 se tornou o programa de armamento mais caro da história.Em 2015, após quinze anos de desenvolvimentos, o primeiro esquadrão de F-35 foi liberado para o serviço ativo na força aérea dos Estados Unidos

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Best Air Show, ever!

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How to Set Up Effects on the StudioLive AI

The StudioLive AI mixers offer four incredible-sounding effects processors. In this video, Rick shows you how to get the most out of all of them.

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Connecting the StudioLive AI Mixer to Wireless Devices

The StudioLive AI mixers allow for direct Wi-Fi connections to your iOS devices, without the need for a computer. In this video, Rick shows how to get it all set up and running.

To read our knowledgebase article on configuring wireless devices with the StudioLive AI, click here:

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How-to: Get Started with AI Pathfinding

In this tutorial, Gemlocker shows you the basics of creating smart and dynamic AI using pathfinding in your games. For more information on the new pathfinding feature, see .

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BeamNG Drive – Tutorial: AI and Vehicle Spawning

How to spawn in other vehicles and make them chase you.

Read about how to enable AI:

Please note that this game is still in very early development, and therefore there are several bugs as well as many incomplete segments of the game. If you wish to try out the game or support development, see the links below.

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Free version: 1 map and 1 vehicle.
Paid version: several more maps, several more vehicles, free future updates and various other good things.

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Incredible: F-35B vs AV-8B Harrier II Short Takeoff & Vertical Landing

Incredible: F-35B vs AV-8B Harrier II Short Takeoff & Vertical Landing

The F-35B short takeoff/vertical landing (STOVL) variant is the world’s first supersonic STOVL stealth aircraft. It is designed to operate from austere bases and a range of air-capable ships near front-line combat zones. It can also take off and land conventionally from longer runways on major bases. The U.S. Marine Corps' F-35B aircraft reached initial operational capability (IOC) on July 31, 2015, when a squadron of 10 F-35Bs was declared ready for world-wide deployment.

The AV-8B Harrier II is the U.S. military’s only short takeoff, vertical landing jet aircraft in current inventory. Originally flown in the late 1960s, the Harrier has undergone a series of improvements that have increased safety, range and lethality. The AV-8B is a key component of the Marine Corps’ “all STOVL force” concept, allowing Marines to be supported in austere conditions in expeditionary environments.

22,000 pounds of thrust enable the Harrier II to hover like a helicopter, and then blast forward like a jet at near-supersonic speeds. Like every aircraft in the Marine fleet, this aircraft is used for multiple missions, which include attacking and destroying surface and air targets, escorting helicopters, engaging in air-to-air defense, providing reconnaissance and applying offensive and defensive support with its arsenal of missiles, bombs and an onboard 25mm cannon. Offering the versatility to conduct almost any mission, the Harrier II provides the ideal blend of firepower and mobility to effectively counter enemies engaged by our ground forces.

The AV-8B V/STOL strike aircraft was designed to replace the AV-8A and the A-4M light attack aircraft. The Marine Corps requirement for a V/STOL light attack force has been well documented since the late 1950s. Combining tactical mobility, responsiveness, reduced operating cost and basing flexibility, both afloat and ashore, V/STOL aircraft are particularly well suited to the special combat and expeditionary requirements of the Marine Corps. The AV-8BII+ features the APG-65 radar common to the F/A-18, as well as all previous systems and features common to the AV-8BII.

The AV-8B will soon be replaced by the F-35B Lightning II Joint Strike Fighter.

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Fakeapp how Face swapping is done using ML and AI !!deepfakes tutorial

if this video has helped you, you can buy me a coffee maybe :)?

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Version 2.2 released
Tutorial at

version 2.1 released,
check its tutorial at

For explanation about settings check this video:

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cuda 8.0

visual studio redistributable 2015


lir – for converting images from jpg to png(also for compression)

avidemux – for cutting a video(slicing a video)

ffmpeg commands:

to split frames from video
ffmpeg -i new.mp4 -vf fps=[number of frames] "out%d.png"

to stich frames back to video
ffmpeg -f image2 -i out%d.png -vcodec libx264 -crf 15 -pix_fmt yuv420p output.mp4

hardware used :
razer blade stealth 8gb i7 6th gen
razer core with 1070

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and deepfakes community

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Live Webcam Reagan National Airport Washington DC

This webcam is unofficial and is not affiliated with the airport. The cameras are located approximately 5 miles northwest of the airport, near National Cathedral.

Links for smartphones to additional cameras:

Camera 1 –

Camera 2 –

Camera 3 –

Camera 4 –

Camera 5 –

Camera 6 – – This camera is still under construction and may be offline at times.

Note that if you use the above links to access cameras 2 through 6, you will be taken to a chat room just for that camera. If you use the briefcase icon (on Youtube on a computer) then you will stay in the main chat. Hopefully Youtube will change this in the future so that smartphones can access the additional cameras without needing the above links.

Extra links:
View all five cameras on one page:
View four cameras on a 1080p screen:

If you are watching this stream from Gravelly Point or are following the stream with a flight tracker, please use the following link:

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Best Organizational Teams Have Complete Diversity

The Best Organizational Team Has Complete Diversity
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“I need a hand now. I know she’s young, but she learns fast.” – Leon, Leon: “The Professional,” Gaumot, 1994
I do love the way folks profile the younger generation – they’re lazy, self-absorbed, no ambition, not dedicated to their company/your products, have no respect for authority/hierarchy/chain of command, have no get-up-and-go, demand instant satisfaction/gratification and are driving the economy and world straight to hell!

Simply stated; they’re brazen, audacious, egregious, out of line, disrespectful and rude know-it-alls.

Your parents’ parents said that about them, parents said it about you, you said it about the new hire, they say it about the kids in school and they’ll say it about the next herd.

We fit everyone of a certain age into a category/age group because it’s easier to hire them, market to them, live with them.

Even though we know enough about you to know

  • what you watch/listen to in your spare time
  • what you do/where you go/with whom
  • what you have, what you want
  • how much you make, owe
  • your physical, emotional state
  • who you like, don’t like, why
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All Individuals – The two things that every employee has in common – male, female; ethnic orientation; age – is that they’re all different and they all have goals. Regardless of their age category, they are individuals first.
The market is just easier to think about, identify and draw from as a group rather than a group of individuals.

Or to be blunt, it’s age discrimination. 

Increasingly, companies pride themselves on diversity and acceptance, but the truth is it’s a vision, a goal.

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Management can’t control what’s going on to the smallest details.

The economy’s growth is largely determined by the growth of the labor force and the productivity growth output per worker.

The challenge is the labor markets have tightened and finding qualified workers is becoming a major challenge for many companies.

At the same time, productivity growth has fallen.

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Ups, Downs – While the potential pool of workers grows older as people live longer and have fewer children, productivity decreases; which leads to a cycle of needing more employees to do the equivalent amount of work even as the resource pool shrinks.
The tightening workforce is somewhat easy to understand. People around the globe are living longer; and when they leave their positions, all of their experience and expertise goes with them. At the same time, fewer young people are entering the working world; and when they do, they are at the beginning of their work experience.

The outlook isn’t rosy.

The emerging pool of young people who will enter the workforce isn’t offsetting the loss of experienced people who leave the workforce or retire.

Immigration from other countries – in the U.S. and other industrial countries – isn’t an option as younger people see better opportunities at home.

In other words, businesses have to acquire and manage a more diverse workforce – ethnically, sexually and maturity.

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Entering Workforce – Millennials today represent the largest age category for both employment and prospective customers. The challenge is the Gen X and Z pools are smaller while the boomer and silent generations become larger as people live longer. Globally, we’re coming up short on a valuable resource … workers.
When firms start up, they rely on friends to fill key roles and then add staff from a growing circle of contacts. But as one HR person noted regarding their firm’s executive search, “You can’t fit 50 years of experience into 20, so it’s important to have a broad range of experience and age group priorities.”

Because they feel young, healthy and productive; older workers continue to stay in the labor force longer. The broader range of experience and expertise is a positive benefit to firms and the country because it stabilizes employment and keeps the economy expanding.

But there are differences.

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Employees born in the 1940s came of age in the 1950s and early ’60s, at a time of organizational hierarchies and monolithic media. They are able to grasp complex structures and objectives; an ear for sweeping, emotionally connecting narratives that unite rather than divide; and ability to not sweat the small stuff.

Employees born in the 1950s were shaped by intense innovation, from the postwar space race to Beatlemania to the civil rights, antiwar and women’s movements. They value structure but also rebel against it. They have a knack for being able to question authority and be authoritative, which is valuable when brand narratives must convince, engage and innovate.

Employees born in the 1960s formed their earliest memories during the time when cultural traumas like assassinations, protests, war, impeachment and riots shook the nuclear family. They get the promise, excitement and power of participation and transformation on a personal level.

Employees born in the 1970s — the grouchy pragmatists of Generation X are the least sentimental and most resourceful. They went to college before email and the internet but adapted and sparked the dot-com boom. They are often generation bridge-builders.

Employees born in the 1980s (Millennials) experienced 9/11 in their early teens and entered the workforce at the height of the financial crisis. They are hyper-connected, open-minded and have a surreal commitment to progress. They are intuitively connected and have a second-nature command of digital, mobile and social.

Employees born in the 1990s –– Generation Zers are just starting their careers. They came of age during a sluggish rebound from a financial crisis and use digital tools to facilitate connection, often more in the real world than on social media. Empathetic and accepting, they are realistic collaborators who are our next great hope.

It’s no longer a generational thing. The digital generation is every generation and management need to think less about specific age brackets.

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Same but Different – Today’s millennials share many of the common traits boomers did when they were their age … and many important differences.
The population shift of the profile of the prime (millennial, boomer) global worker entails a myriad of characteristics:

  • An older, more gender and ethnically diverse workforce, with increased interconnectivity, has become the standard.
  • Country of origin and ethnicity no longer dictate a worker’s geographical scope, especially with developing countries producing at least as many skilled, educated workers and managers as developed countries.
  • Working from remote locations no longer prevents employees from communicating with their colleagues, allowing teams to collaborate with ease across national borders and time zones.
  • Increased global connectivity means that workers can move around more frequently and might choose to migrate for both permanent and temporary jobs.
  • While 29 percent of today’s Boomer women were not in the labor force when they were ages 21–36, that’s true for fewer (26 percent) of today’s Millennial women.
  • Correspondingly, 71 percent of today’s Millennial women are employed in the civilian workforce, compared to 66 percent of Boomer women when they were that age.
  • Some 15 percent of today’s Millennial men are not in the labor force, almost twice the share (8 percent) of today’s Boomer men when they were the same age back in 1985
  • Some 79 percent of Millennial men today are employed in the civilian workforce, slightly below the 82 percent of today’s Boomer men back in 1985

Of course, blending the generations isn’t easy because they are … diverse.

Incidentally, Gen Xers are in an awkward position with Baby Boomers as one bookend and Millennials the other.

Women have been dealing with barriers and prejudices like this all their lives… and here we are!

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No Surprise Here – Regardless of the age group, individuals share common goals; but, as a general rule, their priority of importance varies with their relative age.
Their workplace priorities show more commonality than differences, which can be important to management.

In addition to tangible similarities, they also share professional priorities:

  • Having a boss you respect and trust
  • Interesting work
  • Fair treatment and respect
  • Empowerment
  • Achievement and accomplishment
  • Learning and growth

Each generation can learn from each other and benefit the organization, their team and themselves.

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All management has to do is listen to Mathilda, “If somebody didn’t do it one day or another, I probably would have done it myself.”

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The Scottsdale Resort has COOL deals on summer staycations

((SL Advertiser)) The Scottsdale Resort at McCormick Ranch has great deals on summer staycations

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London Heathrow airport

London heathrow airport live stream last year. If you like it and want more please superchat and share. Hong Kong coming soon

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New Way to Install Generators- Smaller Size Green

Smaller sized Generator with Green

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Solar impulse comes to PHX and what you could see…

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