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montypython 3 years ago
Geronimoooooooooo . . . . OOO Shh***t!
wyvern1978 3 years ago
Hopefully that was over the ocean so these death merchants can't hurt anyone!
Tareim (admin) 3 years ago
Why drop the humvees then a few minutes later drop the people, they would drop nowhere near the humvees...
medicino 3 years ago
#3 Probably they reposition the plane taking into account where the cars already are, based on gps information.
CamelotVegito 3 years ago
#3 Let us consider for a moment the speed of the Aircraft. Dropping in after the Hummers you would still wind up quite a ways away. Where as when you Circle back around to the GPS guided landing site and drop the troops you can land them within 15-50 meters away from the hummers every time.
banzemanga 3 years ago
Terrorists: Oh my God! God is sending us free humvees from the skies so that we can escape!!
few minutes laters...
US Soldiers: Where the heck did the humvees go?!
medicino 3 years ago
#3 Probably they reposition the plane taking into account where the cars already are, based on gps information...or just have to be done that way considering the difference of weight between the Humvees and the soldiers, and therefore a different distance of landing from the jump site.
fjwjr 3 years ago
"Stand up, hook up, shuffle to the door!"
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joeman 3 years ago
I don't think we know what they're doing...
Looks cool though!
D-Pen 3 years ago
Im assuming that only 5 infantry + supplies fits in a single humvee. That would suck for the remaining 30 men.
420 3 years ago
GPS... oh yeah and GPS information takes into account GPS.. and a GPS to the GPS.. dont fogtet your GPS !!!
Teqskater 3 years ago
hahahaha #6. But...how does that system actualy work with their parachutes and line inside their plane? Is it that they are atached to that line and when they jump outside that their hook opens te parachute because of that line? Im just guessing.
LQoQK 3 years ago
terrorist works with no GPS, they just work on what they find
jojotin 3 years ago
#3 just for the lulz! maybe they were playin hide n seek lol
elchupacabra 3 years ago
#6 You're wrong. The humvees have the alarm systems armed, so that terrorists cannot take them.
Pizzathehutt26 3 years ago
Closes the door at the end thinking "why the hell you want to jump out of a perfectly good airplane anyway."
chestrefeld 3 years ago
We'd like to thank you for flying Ryanair....
dannodon 3 years ago
Why not parachute the humvees with the soldiers already in them?
09214 3 years ago
This is probably the only time where you'll see a Humvee go 0-60 in less than 5 seconds.
badboy007 3 years ago
What are those ropes at 0:50 that they give to the guy?
Noobeater 3 years ago
Now 4 broken humvees
cher-00 3 years ago
OK capt! Now let's take off
krazeeeyez 3 years ago
#3 I know, they should have been sat in the humvees ready to go once landed
egglicker 3 years ago
#20 Badboy, the ropes are called the static line. The line is firmly attached to the inside of the aircraft but the other end of the static line is attached to a bag which contains the parachute, which is inside a container, attached to the parachutist. So when exiting the aircraft you 'pass' your static line to the jumpmaster and then leave... you then fall, and as you fall, the static line takes up tension, the bag is pulled out of your parachute container, the parachute then 'leaves' the bag, parachute then is free to open and you float to earth while your static line and bag stay attached to the aircraft.
lockandload 3 years ago
that last guy must be thinking 'aah, peace and harmony'
leonoidio 3 years ago
i'd love to see wow it looks like being in the hummers!!
max2000 3 years ago
so they were filming only the starboard side droppers, nice
RandurSource 3 years ago
I saw only 25 people jump out, the other 25 were probably hiding behind the camera man.
Dudtotally 3 years ago
Thats just daft, why ruin 4 humvees, i get the 50 soldiers but the humvees?
Philj 3 years ago
Is this a parachute drop or how many fully equipped troops you can fit in a small dark room before closing the door?
Either that or they are off to play Quasar!
Bostonchaos 3 years ago
They drop the HV's that far away from the soldiers for two reasons.
1. Anything metal dropping through the air like that builds up massive amounts of static electricity. If a soldier were to bump into the thing before it grounded, he'd get fried.
2. Factoring in possible wind resistance and chute failure for both the cargo chute and the manned chute, it is technically possible to end up below the HV, which, in my opinion, is not the happiest place to be.
3 years ago
400 x 267 px
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