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This is one of the scenes from the movie "At Thy Call" which was directed by Chris Dos Santos.
A song about the South African Border War at:
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South African border war
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Angolan bush war
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Check out my newest accent video (2015): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=riwKuKSbFDs
Also my 2012 animated sequel to this vid http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NtB1W8zkY5A&feature=plcp
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Anyway this video is me attempting to do 24 different accents from my own country and from other countries around the world. Hopefully I got most of them right but I may have made mistakes and I can do some better than others. However, I made this video for my friends because I promised them I would do an accent video. I mean no offence to anyone and please don't be upset if I have not included your specific accent or got it wrong. Please enable and read the annotations too, as they explain a few things.
Also please note that I learned most of these accents randomly off of TV, movies and video games over the years and some can be very stereotypical. And yes, I am filming in the garden shed as its more quiet in there lol.
U-2 DRAGON LADY Most Secret Aerial Reconnaissance Platforms For More Than Half A Century
One of the United States’ most secret aerial reconnaissance platforms for more than half a century, the storied U-2 DRAGON LADY still flies some of the U.S. military’s most sensitive spy missions worldwide.
The U-2 DRAGON LADYS is a single-seat, single-engine, high-altitude/near space reconnaissance and surveillance aircraft providing signals, imagery, and electronic measurements and signature intelligence, or MASINT. Long and narrow wings give the U-2 DRAGON LADY glider-like characteristics and allow it to quickly lift heavy sensor payloads to unmatched altitudes, keeping them there for extended periods of time. The U-2 DRAGON LADY is capable of gathering a variety of imagery, including multi-spectral electro-optic, infrared, and synthetic aperture radar products which can be stored or sent to ground exploitation centers. In addition, it also supports high-resolution, broad-area synoptic coverage provided by the optical bar camera producing traditional film products which are developed and analyzed after landing.
The U-2 DRAGON LADY also carries a signals intelligence payload. All intelligence products except for wet film can be transmitted in near real-time anywhere in the world via air-to-ground or air-to-satellite data links, rapidly providing critical information to combatant commanders. MASINT provides indications of recent activity in areas of interest and reveals efforts to conceal the placement or true nature of man-made objects.
Routinely flown at altitudes over 70, 000 feet, the U-2 DRAGON LADY pilot must wear a full pressure suit similar to those worn by astronauts. The low-altitude handling characteristics of the aircraft and bicycle-type landing gear require precise control inputs during landing; forward visibility is also limited due to the extended aircraft nose and "taildragger" configuration. A second U-2 DRAGON LADY pilot normally "chases" each landing in a high-performance vehicle, assisting the pilot by providing radio inputs for altitude and runway alignment. These characteristics combine to earn the U-2 DRAGON LADY a widely accepted title as the most difficult aircraft in the world to fly.
The U-2 DRAGON LADY is powered by a lightweight, fuel efficient General Electric F118-101 engine, which negates the need for air refueling on long duration missions. The U-2 DRAGON LADYS Block 10 electrical system upgrade replaced legacy wiring with advanced fiber-optic technology and lowered the overall electronic noise signature to provide a quieter platform for the newest generation of sensors.
The aircraft has the following sensor packages: electro-optical infrared camera, optical bar camera, advanced synthetic aperture radar, signals intelligence, and network-centric communication.
Built in complete secrecy by Kelly Johnson and the Lockheed Skunk Works, the original U-2 DRAGON LADYA first flew in August 1955. Early flights over the Soviet Union in the late 1950s provided the president and other U.S. decision makers with key intelligence on Soviet military capability. In October 1962, the U-2 DRAGON LADY photographed the buildup of Soviet offensive nuclear missiles in Cuba, touching off the Cuban Missile Crisis.
Recently, the U-2 DRAGON LADY has provided intelligence during operations in Korea, the Balkans, Afghanistan, and Iraq. When requested, the U-2 DRAGON LADY also provides peacetime reconnaissance in support of disaster relief from floods, earthquakes, and forest fires as well as search and rescue operations.
The U-2 DRAGON LADYR, first flown in 1967, was 40 percent larger and more capable than the original aircraft. A tactical reconnaissance version, the TR-1A, first flew in August 1981 and was structurally identical to the U-2 DRAGON LADYR. The last U-2 DRAGON LADY and TR-1 aircraft were delivered in October 1989; in 1992 all TR-1s and U-2 DRAGON LADYs were designated as U-2 DRAGON LADYRs. Since 1994, $1.7 billion has been invested to modernize the U-2 DRAGON LADY airframe and sensors. These upgrades also included the transition to the GE F118-101 engine which resulted in the re-designation of all Air Force U-2 DRAGON LADY aircraft to the U-2 DRAGON LADYS.
U-2 DRAGON LADYs are home based at the 9th Reconnaissance Wing, Beale Air Force Base, California, but are rotated to operational detachments worldwide. U-2 DRAGON LADY pilots are trained at Beale using five two-seat aircraft designated as TU-2 DRAGON LADYS before deploying for operational missions.
Students at the University of Pretoria, South Africa are up in arms over the use of Afrikaans as an official teaching language. Following days of violent protests, the university administration has reportedly resolved to conduct all lessons in English only. CCTV's Julie Scheier has the story
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