U.S. Soldiers launch rockets from an M142 High Mobility Artillery Rocket System (HIMARS), at Daecheon, South Korea. The U.S. Army conducted this live fire training, providing South Korean and U.S. forces the ability to launch rockets from mobile locations and strike targets with minimal notice.
The aircraft carrier USS Theodore Roosevelt (CVN 71) conducts night flight operations. About 7,500 Sailors and Marines with the Theodore Roosevelt Carrier Strike Group left San Diego Friday morning heading for the western Pacific and Middle East.
Tech-savvy Dubai police have unveiled a hoverbike capable of flying five metres (16 feet) above the ground.
The high-tech crime-fighting vehicle was shown off to onlookers at a recent tech convention, alongside a prototype robotic car.
When piloted, the hoverbike can fly for up to 25 minutes, hit speeds of up to 70 kph (43mph) and carry up to 300kg (47 stone) of weight.
Without a police officer aboard, it can hit six meters (16 feet) in height. The vehicle was co-developed with Russian drone manufacturer Hoversurf.
South Korea is ready to deploy graphite bombs - also known as "blackout bombs" - that will paralyse North Korea's electrical power plants in the event of war breaking out on the peninsula.
Blackout bombs were first used by the United States in Iraq in the 1990 Gulf War and work by releasing a cloud of extremely fine, chemically treated carbon filaments over electrical components. The filaments are so fine that they act like a cloud, but cause short circuits in electrical equipment.
South Korea is actively looking to increase its defensive capabilities against the North and has been keen to develop graphite bombs because they are not lethal to civilians in surrounding areas.
The weapons have been developed by South Korea's Agency for Defence Development, Yonhap news agency reported, as one element of the Kill Chain pre-emptive strike programme.
"All technologies for the development of a graphite bomb led by the ADD have been secured", a military official said. "It is at the stage where we can build the bombs at any time".
This is the incredible moment a Qatar Airways pilot brings his jet carrying hundreds of passengers down onto the runway.
Footage from the cockpit shows the captain of the plane smoothly bringing the jet down through a blanket of cloud cover.
The speed and rapid reactions all pilots must have can then be clearly seen as the ground rapidly rises up to meet the aircraft.
Captain Sandeep Varma landed his plane safely at Queenstown Airport in New Zealand before posting the stunning two-minute clip onto Twitter.
The jet is seen cruising over beautiful snow-capped mountains before it hits the blanket of clouds with a stunning sunrise seen over the horizon.
Here is a brief video of the Navy's newest nuclear-powered fast attack submarine USS Washington (SSN 787) at Naval Station Norfolk. The Washington is the U.S. Navy's 14th Virginia-class attack submarine and the fourth Virginia-class Block III submarine.
Around 120 World War Two grenades were dramatically blown up close to homes after being discovered in a back garden in Kent.
Huge flames were filmed as emergency crews carried out a controlled explosion in Sevenoaks yesterday.
A trench was dug for the phosphorous devices and the footage shows huge amounts of smoke rising.
The fire was managed by the Kent Fire and Rescue team, KentLive reports.
People living in Woodside Road, where the surprise discovery of the weapons was made, were advised to keep all windows and doors closed.
Anyone who is ever watched a Bruce Lee movie knows exactly how fast he was, but they might not have known is that they actually had to slow down that footage in order to make sure the viewer can see it.
Bruce Lee was also known for performing some other crazy stunts such as the three-inch punch that knocked people back up to 20 feet. Even if they were expecting!
Here is a compilation of some of Bruce Lee's coolest stunts, even his incredible usage of nunchucks against the ping-pong player.
A New York bridge has been destroyed as part of a huge £655million project to rejuvenate the city.
The notorious Kosciuszko Bridge, which was designed to take a maximum of 10,000 cars a day, was carrying more than 180,000.
Delays and traffic jams made the bridge. which connected Brooklyn and Queens, a headache for locals stuck in its daily traffic jams.
It was demolished on Sunday morning as part of a a huge £655million project to rejuvenate the city.
Speaking before the detonation governor Andrew Cuomo recalled visiting his grandparents on the other side.
Human eyes could be easier to trick than you might think. A Japanese professor, Kokichi Sugihara, created sculptures that trick the mind to see the impossible. He was the winner of the Best Illusion of the Year Contest in 2010 and 2nd place in 2016.
The series kicked off in 2000, exploring the homes of the likes of Destiny’s Child, Ja Rule, Robbie Williams and, of course, Hugh Hefner. The episode featuring the Playboy mansion was a landmark at the time, giving fans a glimpse into the raucous world of the magazine mogul, who famously hosted many sordid parties and filled his house with scantily clad women. Hugh bought the famous pad for $1 million 45 years ago.
The progamme took a look around the property’s legendary ‘grotto’ – a section of his swimming pool he had built so that he could host private parties in the hidden jacuzzis. It was said he would host up to 16 women in there at one time.
‘What happens in the grotto stays in the grotto,’ bunny Holly Madison told the camera. Hugh also revealed in the programme he employed 80 staff to run the place, including butlers and a full kitchen team to freshly prepare him food.
What does it take to make a face? Try $4,500. At Landon Meier’s studio, you can try on a new face for a day. Meier specializes in creating hyper-realistic (and hyper-expensive) masks that could easily pass for the real thing. Take a test run at being Walter White, or try on Mike Tyson for size—Meier’s surreal and nightmarish creations cover a whole range of celebrities and politicians, including the ever-popular viral sensation “Crying Baby.” Making these masks is no easy task—each one could take up to a year to complete. But for Meier, watching the astonished reactions to his craft makes it all worth it.