A group of U.S. Army Paratroopers, assigned to the 478th Civil Affairs Battalion, conducts an ocean jump from a UH-60 Black Hawk helicopter into Biscayne Bay, Miami, FL., May 18, 2018. These paratroopers jump to stay proficient in their duties as paratroopers and to stay current on their jump status. (U.S. Army video by Staff Sgt. Austin Berner)
He needs to be in prison
A 13-year-old girl was almost run over when a careless driver drove through a pedestrian crossing while the traffic lights were still flashing amber.
Even after the red car narrowly passed the schoolgirl it didn't slow down and the driver continued down Shenley Lane in Birmingham, which runs past three schools.
Dashcam footage captured the shocking incident. It begins by showing a car slow down and stop at traffic lights while a large group of schoolchildren cross the road.
A chemical factory in eastern China’s Yancheng City exploded today (March 21), shaking buildings for miles around.
The dramatic video shows the residential buildings which are five kilometers’ away from the factory shaking while the glass windows shattering into pieces and flying onto workers when the blast happened.
In another clip, massive flames and thick smoke come out of the factory and rise into the air.
According to reports, the benzene in one production equipment exploded in the Tian Jia Yi Chemical Plant.
86 fire engines and 389 firemen were sent on site and 31 people have been rescued.
Man Doing Cartwheels Comes Back To Be Struck By A Train
Austin Shuffield has been fired from his job after attacking the woman over a row about her car blocking a parkling lot exit in Austin, Texas, earlier this week.
When the woman pulled out her phone to call the cops on Shuffield, he slapped the device out of her hand.
Surveillance footage shows a man forcibly touching and groping a woman even while she calls 911 at the Dekalb Deli in Brooklyn, New York.
Nine men have been told they could be jailed after they admitted taking part in a mass brawl at a bar.
Around 20 people were caught up in the violent scenes which saw chairs and glasses thrown around the pub, in Headingley, Leeds.
A 28-year-old man had to be pulled to safety by a barman after he suffered a nasty gash to the back of his head and needed to be treated in hospital.
The men, who are aged between 20 and 27, all pleaded guilty to affray at Leeds Crown Court on Thursday, March 21.
The fight erupted in The Arc, in the early hours of Saturday, February 17 last year, Leeds Live reports.
Every thief has their own tools of trade and methods of easily getting their hands on anything they desire. Most prefer the surprise attack method where they easily make away with valuables without alerting the unsuspecting owners.
Man forgot to put a block of wood behind his boat tires
On March 13, 2019 around 9:46 AM, Cape Coral Police were in the area of Vincennes Court and Miramar Street when Officer Cragin saw Christopher Pfister Jr. (W/M, DOB: 11/22/1994, 1408 SW 49th ST) who was know to him. Pfizer failed to stop at a posted stop sign while riding his bicycle so Officer Cragin got out of his patrol vehicle and yelled, “Police, stop.” At this time Pfister fled on his bicycle and looped around the Winn-Dixie grocery store parking lot before heading back towards Vincennes Court. Officers responded to the area and searched for Pfister.
A few minutes later, a resident at 1304 Miramar Street contacted police dispatch and stated that a white male matching Pfister’s description was observed running through her backyard and then hid in a staircase at her condominium complex. When the resident confronted Pfister he ran towards the back of the property and jumped into a canal. After swimming to the other side of the canal, Pfister was approached by Officer Maduro who commanded Pfister to stop but he ran away again jumping back into the canal.
For approximately the next half-hour, Pfister continued to elude police by refusing police commands to stop. Officers Maduro, Ledger, and Corporal Lemos approached Pfister who continued to evade police behind the residence of 5406 Coronado Parkway. Corporal Lemos commanded Pfister to stop before deploying his TASER. Pfister was then taken into police custody without further incident.
Pfister was charged with an outstanding warrant, Loitering and Prowling, and Resisting LE Without Violence. He was transferred to Lee County Jail.
Crown Heights, Brooklyn – A woman was walking down the street in Brooklyn when she was suddenly sucker punched.
It happened on Saturday, March 9th at around 12:10 p.m. at the northeast corner of Nostrand Avenue and Crown Street in Crown Heights.
The man walked up to the 27-year-old woman and suddenly punched her right in the head.
He then ran off northbound on Nostrand Avenue.
The victim was able to drive herself to Kingsbrook Hospital
A policeman was arrested for attacking a woman in the early hours of Thursday (21), in a cafeteria in Rio de Janeiro. Images of the security camera show the moment when the police officer, armed, arrives at the scene and attacks the owner at the counter.
According to the victim, his wife asked for a snack using an applicative. The food arrived different than the request, and the couple called to complain. There was a telephone discussion. According to the victim, the man said that he was a delegate of the Federal Police and said that he would go by car to arrest her.
Hell hath no fury as a woman scorned. That's the old saying and by golly, I'd be damned if I were to say otherwise. This guys girlfriend is a very grumpy girl and she lets him know it.
A priest has been stabbed during morning mass at a church in Montreal that was being broadcast live online and on television.
At around 8.40am, Father Claude Grou was conducting the service at Saint Joseph's Oratory when the attacker, who has not been named, suddenly rushed at him from one of the pews.
He ran towards the priest, stabbing him in the upper body, as members of the congregation watched on in horror.
Father Grou fell to the ground but got back up immediately as worshipers stood between him and the attacker to put distance between them until police arrived.
The attacker has not been named or charged. He was taken into custody and will be interviewed this afternoon.
It remains unclear what his motive was.
This footage shows the dramatic moment a ferry capsizes leaving 94 people death during nowruz celebration in Mosul, Iraq. The overloaded ferry with over 80 people sank the Tigris river.
This is the tense moment a student stared down a Trump supporter who wore a MAGA cap to a student vigil for the victims of the Christchurch mosque attacks last Friday.
The vigil was taking place at the University of California, Santa Barbara and was organized by the Muslim Student Association.
The bald-headed man in shorts and wearing a backpack stares intensely at the man wearing the cap as an announcer says over a PA system that 'white supremacy is tearing the world apart'.
Driver stupidly films himself brake checking a cyclist who crashes into the back of the car and puts his head through the rear window.
In a shocking video you can see a Californian sea lion brutally attacking a shark near the old federal prison Alcatraz aka ‘The Rock’.
Two men brandishing a machete and a baseball bat were filmed confronting each other in broad daylight in a shocking road rage attack in London.
Police were called at around 3pm to Brockley, near south east London yesterday after reports of an armed conflict.
The two drivers had parked in the middle of a residential street and emerged shouting and screaming at each other after trying to 'ram each other off the road.'
This is the moment a yob was filmed smashing up the windows of a mosque in Birmingham in a late-night rampage.
The mosque targeted is the Masjid Faizul Islam in Broadway, Perry Barr and it was one of five in the city to be vandalised last night, with anti-terror officers now investigating.
Muslim worshippers in the city say they are afraid to take their children to prayers following the attacks, which took place less than a week after the Christchurch massacre.
The video footage shows a man wearing a hat with his face covered as he walks towards the mosque in the early hours. He is carrying an object in his hand, thought to be a hammer, and uses it to smash a window of the mosque.
The video has sparked huge debate as to who is to blame for the incident which occurred on Commercial Street in Batley, West Yorkshire.
Footage has been released showing former Berkeley County Sheriff’s Department state trooper Michael Kennedy beating a suspect after a traffic stop in West Virginia.
Atlanta police reportedly arrested 16 people as part of a large-scale marijuana bust that resulted from a five-month operation and netted 22 guns, six cars and $676,000 in cash.
GD Hendrix got out of his car and feigned a firearm in his right hand and was shot at by five officers. He died at the scene from gunshot wounds. Also as a result of that gunfire, Sutter County Sheriff’s Office K9 “Bandit” also died at the scene while performing his duties in attempting to bring Hendrix into custody. A pit bull dog who came out of Hendrix’s car and attacked the wounded and dying K9 Bandit was also shot and killed by officers on scene.
Gym motivation in the form of sexy sports bras (45 Photos)
The Amphibious Combat Vehicle demonstrates its abilities at Camp Pendleton, California, Feb. 28, 2019. The Amphibious Combat Vehicle will eventually replace the old tracked Amphibious Assault Vehicle.
The Amphibious Combat Vehicle (ACV) is a program initiated by Marine Corps Systems Command to procure an amphibious assault vehicle for the United States Marine Corps to supplement and ultimately replace the aging Assault Amphibious Vehicle. The program replaces the Expeditionary Fighting Vehicle program canceled in 2011. Originally a plan to develop a high-water-speed vehicle, the program has expanded into a multi-phased approach to procure and develop several types of amphibious-capable vehicles to address near and long-term requirements.
The ACV should have countermeasures able to contend with a full range of direct fire, indirect fire, and land mine threats. Visible and thermal signature reduction technologies will also be utilized. Modular protection can be applied as necessary.
The vehicle must have the capability to transition from water to ground operations without tactical pause. It must be able to maneuver with the M1A1 Abrams in a mechanized task force. It must have the capability to destroy combat vehicles similar to itself. Weapons must have sufficient range to engage targets from a standoff distance. Weapons will apply precision fire from a stabilized system. It must provide direct fire support for dismounted infantry in an attack.
The Marine Corps identified speed on water as a top requirement, even at the cost of troop carrying capacity.
The ACV must be able to self-deploy from an amphibious assault ship at least 12 miles from shore with 17 Marines aboard. It has to be able to travel 8 knots or faster through seas with waves up to three feet. The vehicle was to be operational between 2020 and 2022, with 573 vehicles planned to be procured.
Given the budget environment, the ACV program was split into two separate phases. The first phase will consist of several hundred commercial off-the-shelf wheeled armored vehicles each costing $3–$4.5 million. It will rely on connectors to get it from ship-to-shore, like the Landing Craft Air Cushion and Joint High Speed Vessel. Relying on connectors to bring the vehicle to a beach allows the sea base to be located 100 miles from enemy threats. The second phase is the original high water speed effort for a vehicle to self-deploy from ships and travel 13–15 knots on water, each costing $12–$14 million. The less ambitious Phase 1 ACV will be fielded in the interim, while research and development will commence to refine the features of the Phase 2 ACV.
The first increment of Phase 1 of procurement will buy wheeled personnel carriers. The second increment of Phase 1 will include mission-role variants like command-and-control and logistics, and weapons variants; these iterations may reintroduce tracks or stay wheeled.
ACV 1.1 vehicles will be an operational and commercially available design that is "good enough" to operate. Its water performance will be comparable to the AAV, and will have survivability attributes of an MRAP including high-ground clearance and a V-shaped hull, with the ability to drive with a wheel blown off. For the second lot buy (1.2), engineering and design changes will be made to meet roughly half of desired amphibious vehicle fleet size requirements. The last phase of ACV procurement would be purchasing a high-water-speed vehicle, but only if technologies make it achievable without sacrificing armor and weapons.
The ACV 1.1 is to carry 10–13 Marines, have a swim capability similar to the AAV, and have equal or greater mobility to the M1 Abrams tank. Although tracks are traditionally considered better for all-terrain mobility, the Marines believe wheeled vehicle technology has advanced enough to enhance survivability and mobility in a 35-ton-class platform; the Marine Personnel Carrier technology demonstrator used "in-line" drive technology that enabled all four wheels on each side to pull together much like the way a track does which, combined with a higher ground clearance and central tire inflation system, substantially closes the maneuverability gap and results in equal or better maneuverability than the M1A1 and better performance over the AAV. Improved technology used to inform requirements to build ACV 1.2 vehicles will later be applied to delivered 1.1 versions to upgrade them to 1.2 standard.
Each ACV 1.1 vehicle will have a 3-man crew, and two vehicles will carry a reinforced rifle squad. Armament will consist of an M2 .50-caliber machine gun in a remote weapons station, with the potential to install a stabilized dual-mount M2/Mark 19 grenade launcher turret. Potential water speeds are for a 12 nmi (14 mi; 22 km) ship-to-shore capability at 8 knots.
A carer has been caught on camera repeatedly slapping a 78-year-old woman with dementia and telling her she stinks. She has been given a police caution.
At least six people have been killed after a huge explosion rocked a chemical plant in eastern China today, officials and state media said.
Another 30 people are said to be seriously injured in the massive blast which shattered the windows of nearby buildings.
The blast took place about one kilometre (0.6 mile) away from a kindergarten and 'some children sustained injuries', according to state broadcaster CCTV. It remains unclear if any of the children has died.
China News reported the explosion was caused by a chemical called benzene, citing a worker at the emergency call centre.
According to WHO, exposure to benzene, a liquid and highly inflammable chemical, could cause major health issues in humans, including cancer.
Authorities are monitoring the environment and paramedics are treating wounded locals, according to the latest social media post from the local government.
On November 15, 2018 while local law enforcement and their mutual aid partners were patrolling the evacuated areas of the Camp Fire, a citizen contacted a deputy with the Butte County Sheriff’s Office and expressed concern about a suspicious person who had been parked several days in the parking lot of the evacuated Pines Yankee Hill Hardware Store.
The deputy suspected it contained a locally well-known double-homicide suspect and parole absconder by the name of GD Hendrix, 48, of Berry Creek.
Local authorities had been searching for Hendrix for months to bring him back into custody.
The deputy gathered other law enforcement officers who had been patrolling in the Concow area and attempted to take Hendrix into custody.
Hendrix however drove off in his car south on Highway 70 after crashing through other parked vehicles.
A high-speed pursuit ensued with many other deputies, wardens and officers joining in.
The pursuit came to an end approximately eight miles later after Hendrix’s car’s tires had been successfully spiked by intervening officers.
Hendrix got out of his car and feigned a firearm in his right hand and was shot at by five officers. He died at the scene from gunshot wounds.
Also as a result of that gunfire, Sutter County Sheriff’s Office K9 “Bandit” also died at the scene while performing his duties in attempting to bring Hendrix into custody.
A pit bull dog who came out of Hendrix’s car and attacked the wounded and dying K9 Bandit was also shot and killed by officers on scene.
Hunt saboteurs were on their way to monitor the Grove and Rufford Hunt when they claim they were stalked by a dark blue Land Cruiser.
Dash cam video shows the car - driven by masked vigilantes - emerging from a side road and ramming at speed into the side of a vehicle carrying the sabs.
This is the moment a brazen thief repaid a charity cafe's kindness - by swiping a worker's ipad.
A CCTV camera at the KindaKafe shop which offers free coffee to people in need caught the thankless man swiping the device as a member of staff made him a coffee.
The perpetrator visited the cafe at around 1.30pm on Monday (March 18) and while the barista's back was turned he leaned over the counter and stuffed the device into a bag.
The man, who came in to the cafe with another woman, quickly left unnoticed, with staff only realising the iPad had gone 45 minutes later.
After hoping that with a little compassion the device would be returned, the cafe in Norwich, Norfolk, are now appealing to help find iPad.
There is shocking video of a person firing several shots into a parked Jeep in Brooklyn.
Surveillance video shows the moments the suspect opened fire on Madison Street and Marcy Avenue in Bedford-Stuyvesant during rush hour last Thursday.
Authorities say a 40-year-old man was inside the car, but amazingly, he was not hurt. The suspect was last seen wearing a dark-colored jacket, a gray sweatsuit and black and white sneakers. So far, no arrests have been made.
so this guy says he was shot in the neck and decides to go on facebook live. #GoodActing or #Fake let your eyes figure it out for yourself