From Pamela Anderson to William Shatner, to Justin Bieber to Tommy Chong, planes and helicopters across Canada will be emblazoned with the faces of legendary Canadians to promote Canadian heritage. Just in case you had forgotten how Canada has bettered your world.
As North Korea continues to ramp up its rhetoric, the US has also been ramping up its presence in the region with high profile war games meant to show North Korea exactly the kind of destruction they would bring upon themselves if they attacked South Korea, Japan or US interests in the Pacific. As part of this deterrent effort, the US flew B2 bombers from Missouri to the Korean peninsula to drop dummy bombs, warning the North against going full retard.
RIA Novosti have reported that three dolphins have escaped from a Ukrainian Naval base in Sevastopol. The dolphins are, reportedly, trained killers.
To keep up with the latest trends in surveillance and warfare technology, several colleges are already offering courses and training programs in how to fly unmanned drones.
Modern day, widely accessible satellite map technology has allowed people to discover all kinds of things, even things that weren’t supposed to be discovered. Like the above photo, which is supposedly a shot of a secret US drone base in Saudi Arabia.
During the first Gulf War, the world watched as the US pushed Iraq out of Kuwait, with allied forces led by General Norman Schwarzkopf. At the time, General Schwarzkopf was a household name and a war hero, even if it was a quick and one-sided war. Today, Schwarzkopf went to the great battlefield in the sky at the age of 78.