An SKS is a semi-automatic rifle. It was designed in the Soviet Union by Sergei Gavrilovich Simonov, hence its name: "SKS" stands for "Self-Loading Carbine of (the) Simonov system." This firearm became widely used during World War II and remains popular due to its reliability and ease of use. A semi-automatic gun, like a SKS, is a type of firearm that fires one round each time … [Read more...] about What Makes The SKS Rifle Special?
Operation Neptune Spear The mission to take out Osama bin Laden, aka Operation Neptune Spear, was one of the most epic Navy SEAL operations ever. These badass SEALs infiltrated bin Laden's compound in Abbottabad, Pakistan on May 2, 2011, and took him out like a boss. Preparation and planning for the high-stakes operation For years, the CIA had been searching for bin … [Read more...] about Operation Neptune Spear
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Written for USMilitary.com by Simon Leggett US Military has always been known for its pioneering technological innovations. From developing atomic bomb during the World War 2 to the deployment of fifth generation fighter jets in the 21st century, the institution of United States military establishment has always been in the driving seat. It all began when the United States was … [Read more...] about Why US Military is Successful in the Field of Radiation Intelligence (Atomic Bomb)
?A new and disruptive technology that shows great early promise will always take much longer to come to fruition than originally envisioned; but it will have more profound and unforeseen effects than could have been imagined.? - William H. Kent, PhD Unlike Moore?s Law which predicted the doubling of computer capabilities every two years as a function of the intense … [Read more...] about KENT?S LAW EXPLAINED