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There There, It's OK

There There, It's OK

Jesus Christ parallel

Jesus Christ parallel

Creature Spot - The Spot for Creature Art, Artists and Fans

Creature Spot - The Spot for Creature Art, Artists and Fans

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☆ Lovecraft's Nightmare B -Detail 2- By Artist Michael Whelan ☆

☆ Lovecraft's Nightmare B -Detail 2- By Artist Michael Whelan ☆

Lovecraft Arkham nightmare

Lovecraft Arkham nightmare

FHTAGN & TENTACLES • BIFROST #73 Cover by Nicolas Fructus

FHTAGN & TENTACLES • BIFROST #73 Cover by Nicolas Fructus

Vietnam War 1st CAV Artillery Crew Fires Their 155 Howitzer

Vietnam War 1st CAV Artillery Crew Fires Their 155 Howitzer

Vietnam War Photo Gallery; a self-propelled 155 MM howitzer. Even without the computer targeting equipment the US miliatry has now for it's big guns, these highly trained US Vietnam vets, could place a 155 mm shell within inches of their target.

Vietnam War Photo Gallery; a self-propelled 155 MM howitzer. Even without the computer targeting equipment the US miliatry has now for it's big guns, these highly trained US Vietnam vets, could place a 155 mm shell within inches of their target.

Mörser Karl in action. Poland "Karl-Gerät" (German literally "Karl-device"), also known as Thor and Mörser Karl, was a World War II German self-propelled siege mortar (Mörser) designed and built by Rheinmetall. Its heaviest munition was a 60 cm (24 in) diameter, 2,170 kg (4,780 lb) shell, and the range for its lightest shell of 1,250 kg (2,760 lb) was just over 10 km (6.2 mi). Each gun had to be accompanied by a crane, a heavy transport trailer, and several modified tanks to carry shells.

Mörser Karl in action. Poland "Karl-Gerät" (German literally "Karl-device"), also known as Thor and Mörser Karl, was a World War II German self-propelled siege mortar (Mörser) designed and built by Rheinmetall. Its heaviest munition was a 60 cm (24 in) diameter, 2,170 kg (4,780 lb) shell, and the range for its lightest shell of 1,250 kg (2,760 lb) was just over 10 km (6.2 mi). Each gun had to be accompanied by a crane, a heavy transport trailer, and several modified tanks to carry shells.