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The Challenger II
Crew: 4

The Challenger II Crew: 4 Men Weight: 62.5 T Armament: 120 mm Rifled, 2 x 7,62mm, Elevation Range: -10,+20 Max.Road Speed: 56km/h Range:500km It is one of the most protected tanks in the world. This main battle tank provides a very high level of protection against direct fire weapons. The Challenger 2 features Chobham composite armor of the second generation, which gives better protection with less weight. Tank's turret was also redesigned. Explosive reactive armor kits can be fitted for added protection. The Challenger 2 is fitted with NBC protection and automatic fire suppression systems. This MBT can be also be fitted with VIRSSS (Visual and Infra-Red Smoke Screening System). Vehicle is fitted with a new L30E4 120-mm rifled gun, capable of firing a wide variety of standard NATO munitions. This gun is loaded manually. Effective range of fire with armor-piercing round is over 3 000 m. The Challenger gun claims the longest-distance tank kill in history. During Gulf War it defeated an Iraqi tank at a range of 4 km. Challenger 2 is fitted with a new fire control system. Some of its components are similar to the USM1A1 Abramsand FrenchLeclercMBTs. The Challenger 2 is powered by a Perkins CV12 TCA turbocharged diesel engine, similar to that on the Challenger 1. This engine develops 1 200 horsepower. It is worth mentioning though that comparable Western MBTs - theM1A2 AbramsandLeopard 2A5have more powerful engines, developing 1500 hp. #tank#tanks#bomb#like#army#us#russia#britain#ww2#weapons#gamer#british###american#military#world#plane#men#women#girl#worldoftanks#english#gun#defense#hot#soviet#royalarmy#memes#meme

This is what the new iPho

This is what the new iPhone 8 will look like with some of its features. Although release date and price have yet to be confirmed, there are rumors stating that September will kick-off limited production, and January of 2018 will see mass sales. That's something Apple has done in the past to fix any existing bugs. As for the price, most tech websites are saying it will cost around $1200 per phone. Yes, you read that right. Apple will release all the information to confirm this in September of 2017. Will you be getting the new iPhone 8? (:Bloomberg) #finance #economy #iphone #tech #apple #iphone8 #technology #us #aapl #cook #news #tnufinance #money #market #business #wallstreet #newiphone #timcook #invest #september #january #release #newrelease

The United States has pla

The United States has placed sanctions on Chinese and Russian firms it believes have conducted business with North Korea in ways that have advanced their nuclear weapons program. These sanctions against ten companies and six individuals are the 5th and largest set of sanctions to do with North Korea imposed by the US in 2017. The sanctions are designed to put an end to economic ties that North Korea has that allow it to continue its nuclear weapons program. The activities of those sanctioned include buying resources like coal, providing North Korea with materials for weapons, assisting in the export of North Korean workers, and helping North Korean companies access the US financial system. Tags: #novanews #northkorea #dprk #us #asia #china #russia #prc #sanctions #pyongyang #washington #moscow #beijing #missile #diplomacy #foreign #relations #policy

'' Before and Now '' Land

'' Before and Now '' Landing of the men of the 29th infantry division and 1st Infantry Division in the Fox Green sector in Omaha Beach. Now, a sailing club is installed there, just below the American cemetery in Colleville-Sur-Mer. Do you like publications of this type ? Do you want more ? Comment - FOLLOW MY COLLABORATOR : @ww2_aircraft #historiansunion #normandy #us #france #instagram #allies #world #axis #photooftheday #historicalart #painting #worldwar2incolor #worldwar2historyandinstagram #military #planesww2 #militaryhistory #warphotography #instahistory #War #dday #secondworldwar #soldier #history #worldwar2 #ww2 #wwii #ww #historyworldwar2 #worldwar

An extract on #us

On February 15, 1985, .us was created as the Internet's first ccTLD. Its original administrator was Jon Postel of the Information Sciences Institute (ISI) at the University of Southern California (USC). He administered .us under a subcontract that the ISI and USC had from SRI International (which held the .us and the gTLD contract with the United States Department of Defense) and later Network Solutions (which held the .us and the gTLD contract with the National Science Foundation). Postel and his colleague Ann Cooper codified the .us ccTLD's policies in December 1992 as RFC 1386 and revised them the following June in RFC 1480. Registrants could only register third-level domains or higher in a geographic and organizational hierarchy. From June 1993 to June 1997, Postel delegated the vast majority of the geographic subdomains under .us to various public and private entities. .us registrants could register with the delegated manager for the specific zone they wished to register in, but not directly with the .us administrator. In July 1997, Postel instituted a "50/500 rule" that limited each delegated manager to 500 localities maximum, 50 in a given state. On October 1, 1998, the NSF transferred oversight of the .us domain to the National Telecommunications and Information Administration (NTIA) of the United States Department of Commerce. Postel died that month, leaving his domain administration responsibilities with ISI. In December 2000, these responsibilities were transferred to Network Solutions, which had recently been acquired by Verisign. On October 26, 2001, Neustar was awarded the contract to administer .us. On April 24, 2002, second-level domains under .us became available for registration. One of the first .us domain hacks,, was registered on May 3, 2002, for the creation of the subdomain A moratorium was placed on additional delegations of locality-based namespaces, and Neustar became the default delegate for undelegated localities. Neustar's contract was renewed by the National Telecommunications and Information Administration (NTIA) in 2007 and most recently in 2014.

The .us ccTLD is historically organized under a complex locality namespace hierarchy. Until second-level registrations were introduced in 2002, .us permitted only fourth-level domain registrations of the form "<organization-name>.<locality>.<state>.us", with some exceptions for government entities. Registrants of locality-based domains must meet the same criteria as in the rest of the .us ccTLD. Though the locality namespace is most commonly used for government entities, it is also open to registrations by private businesses and individuals. Since 2002, second-level domain registrations have eclipsed those in the locality namespace, and many local governments have transitioned to .org and other TLDs. Many locality-based zones of .us are delegated to various public and private entities known as delegated managers. Domains in these zones are registered through the delegated manager, rather than through Neustar. As the delegated managers are expected to receive requests directly from registrants, few if any domain name registrars serve this space, possibly contributing to its lower visibility and utilization. RFC 1480 describes the rationale for the locality namespace's deep hierarchy and local delegation, which has proven unappealing to companies that operate nationally or globally: One concern is that things will continue to grow dramatically, and this will require more subdivision of the domain name management. Maybe the plan for the US Domain is overkill on growth planning, but there has never been overplanning for growth yet. As of October 31, 2013, 12,979 domains were registered under the locality namespace, of which 3,653 were managed by about 1,300 delegated managers while 9,326 were managed by Neustar as the de facto manager. According to a 2013 survey of 539 delegated managers, 282 were state or local government agencies, while 98 were private individuals and 85 were commercial Internet service providers. Nearly 90% of the respondents offer domain registrations for free.