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Garyaero commented on the Football wallpaper Colin Kaepernick.
HAHA wilson is a one hit wonder. No more SB
4/17/14 at 3:18pm
Garyaero commented on the Military wallpaper F 105 Republic Thunderchief..
Wild Weasel tactics and techniques were first developed in the Vietnam and Yom Kippur Wars, and were later integrated into the Suppression of Enemy Air Defenses (SEAD) a plan used by US air forces to establish immediate air control, prior to possible full scale conflict.[2] Initially known by the operational code "Iron Hand" when first authorized on 12 August 1965, the term "Wild Weasel" derives from Project Wild Weasel, the USAF development program for a dedicated SAM-detection and suppression aircraft. (The technique {or a specific part} was also called an "Iron Hand" mission, though technically the Iron Hand part refers only to a suppression attack that paves the way for the main strike.[3]) Originally named "Project Ferret", denoting a predatory animal that goes into its prey's den to kill it (hence: "to ferret out", the name was changed to differentiate it from the code-name "Ferret" that had been used during World War II for radar counter-measures bombers.
11/28/12 at 9:51am