• C-130 Army Jump - Personnel Drop in Colorado Springs

    Members of the 10th Special Forces perform a winter training jump from a C-130 with the 731st Airlift Squadron, Peterson AFB, Colorado

    published: 25 Apr 2011
  • Get A Job Monday: Plethora of positions with Colorado Springs FJC Personnel

    Gazette's Eric Singer talks with a representative of FJC Personnel about a career that could be perfect for you in our exclusive Get a Job Monday segment.

    published: 08 May 2017
  • Columbine HS Documentary, local camera crew / personnel Littleton CO

    Warning this video has graphic content relating to Columbine HS. This is a sampling from a long form TV documentary, and not the entire program. This was aired on Nat Geo/National Geographic Television. We provided cameraman, still photographer services, and location sound all covering several roles for this documentary on the school shooting at Columbine High School in Littleton Colorado. The hiring production company produced this for National Geographic used our services and personnel in Colorado. Mister Photon Media can provide and entire video, film, television or other related camera crew, or the crew members, or combinations of personnel or equipment throughout Colorado or traveling. For more information, please visit our websites below: For director of photography, cameraman,...

    published: 19 Sep 2014
  • Helicopter crash in Colorado kills Flight For Life medical chopper pilot - TomoNews

    FRISCO, COLORADO — The pilot of a medical helicopter was killed and two other medical personnel aboard were injured when the aircraft span out of control and crashed in a Frisco, Colorado hospital's parking lot seconds after takeoff on Friday, July 3. The Flight For Life helicopter was on a non-medical callout when it took off from St. Anthony Summit Medical Center about 70 miles west of Denver on Friday afternoon. The 64-year-old pilot, identified by authorities as Patrick Mahony was joined by a paramedic and a flight nurse, the Denver Post reported. One witness told NBC affiliate 9 News the helicopter rose to perhaps 100 feet, then lurched and began to spin out of control. The helicopter drifted about 320 feet to a parking lot where it crashed into a motorhome and a pickup truck. The ...

    published: 06 Jul 2015
  • Soldiers rescue mountain climbers in Colorado | Breaks leg in process

    National Guard Soldiers, civilians and county sheriff's personnel worked in tandem to rescue injured climbers in the Indian Peaks mountain range Sept. 7. "We left Boulder around 6 a.m. and planned to climb the relatively simple and straightforward, mostly fourth and fifth class, east ridge up Mount Bancroft," said climber Adam Pérou Hermans. "We planned to be back in Boulder by lunchtime, or early afternoon.It was fairly easy -- but technical -- climbing, but you never know what can happen," said Roop, an experienced climber and certified wilderness first responder who still doesn't remember the fall. In response, members of the Alpine Rescue Team, the Rocky Mountain Rescue Group, Flight for Life Colorado, and Colorado Army National Guardsmen from the 2nd Battalion, 135th General Suppor...

    published: 14 Jan 2016
  • FIVE THINGS TO DO IN DENVER

    I don't know how I went full travel host in this video but I hope you guys liked it and learned a few things about my hometown, Denver, Colorado. If you want to see more top five or travel vids like this one be sure to let me know in the comments below! Thank you guys for watching and as always, keep on TRAvelin'. - Check out All Saints clothing - https://www.us.allsaints.com - See my last video - https://youtu.be/nexkywH3OiU?list=UUK... - Follow me on social media - TWITTER: https://twitter.com/travisbryantnyc INSTAGRAM: https://instagram.com/travisbryantnyc YOUNOW: https://younow.com/travisbryantnyc SNAPCHAT: TravisBryantNYC P.O. BOX: 1626 N. Wilcox Ave. #262, Hollywood, CA 90028 BUSINESS EMAIL: travisbryantwrites@gmail.com "THAT'S NOT A NAME," The creature spoke sharply, its pati...

    published: 17 Feb 2016
  • Air Force Academy – First Day

    United States Air Force Academy Basic Cadets arrive at and go through 'Doolie Day' inprocessing before starting Basic Cadet Training in which they will be trained to become leaders of the best and most powerful air and space force in the world. Watch these Cadets as they say good by to their family members, take a bus ride up to the Cadet Area, their initial contact with upper class cadets, swearing in ceremony, shots and haircuts, first issue of uniforms, and their dormitories. The Air Force Academy is both a military organization and a university. AiirSource Military covers events and missions from the United States Armed Forces: Army, Navy, Marine Corps, Air Force, and Coast Guard. Visit our channel for more military videos: http://www.youtube.com/AiirSource Like & share this vi...

    published: 20 Nov 2016
  • Police Radio Audio Starting with First Dispatch to Aurora, Colorado Shooting at Century 16 Theater

    WARNING: AUDIO IS INTENSE AND INCLUDES DESCRIPTION OF TRAUMA TO SOME VICTIMS. Audio is provided for public safety personnel and citizens to understand the timing factors, and early decisions made as an emergency situation/mass casualty situation is realized and acted on -- including finding and arresting a suspect or suspects, determining the number of casualties, triage of victims' injuries, organizing a proper response of police, fire, and medical personnel, securing the public from further danger, and securing the scene for investigation. Communications involving suspect James Holmes custody immediately following the shooting begins following at about 06:54 elapsed time. See also ... http://www.arlingtoncardinal.com/?p=54389 (article with more details) http://www.facebook.com/Cardin...

    published: 21 Jul 2012
  • Colorado Experience: NORAD

    Cheyenne Mountain, located south of Colorado Springs, served as the command center for the North American Aerospace Defense Command Center (NORAD) from 1966-2008. The bi-nation defense organization, currently stationed at Peterson Air Force Base, continually adapts to modern-day challenges, while simultaneously protecting the citizens of the United States and Canada. Colorado Experience goes inside this top-secret headquarters for a view few have ever had. Learn more: www.rmpbs.org/ColoradoExperience Connect with us: www.facebook.com/ColoradoExperience

    published: 14 Nov 2014
  • The Most Dangerous Airports in the World

    Top 10 of the most scariest runways of airports around the world Subscribe to our channel: http://goo.gl/9CwQhg Other Videos You Might Like 10 Deadly Natural Disasters Caught on Video https://youtu.be/zQYe3ngG6qs 10 Most Dangerous Roads in the World https://youtu.be/VdoAFK3FD1Y Description: Air travel is stressful at the best of times. Even before reaching the airport, you contend with concerns related to packing and transportation. Once you get there, you begin to work through a series of plodding lines for various security measures, complete with a nerve-wracking encounter with a no-nonsense customs official. Then comes the flight, itself, as you lock yourself in within a tin box and venture through a series of typical plane activity, such as bumpy turbulence and the occasional heart...

    published: 12 Jul 2015
  • Top 8 Credit Card Scams Around the World

    Get more Tips here! www.destinationtips.com If you’re the kind of person who likes to rely on your credit card then you’ll need to read through these common credit card scams currently being perpetrated around the world. 1) The Skimmer These little contraptions affix to ATMs in secretive ways you’d never notice unless you were specifically looking for them. When you swipe your credit card or debit card, the skimmer reads your information and sends it on to whomever set up the device in the first place. Some scammers will even set up cameras alongside their skimmer in order to capture victim’s button presses, as well. More often than not, credit card skimmers can be found in gas stations. 2) The False Jury Duty Scam In this scam, the perpetrator will call their victim, claiming that t...

    published: 19 Apr 2017
  • Shaun White's private pipe - Red Bull Project X

    For more powder shredding, check out http://win.gs/19fw6MD Last year, Shaun White disappeared from the snowboard scene, holing up in the wilds of Colorado training for what would be the biggest winter of his life. This is the story of his year, the private halfpipe and one of the most progressive sessions in history. http://redbullprojectx.com For a feature length look at Shaun White's epic Project X sessions, watch it on iTunes http://itunes.apple.com/WebObjects/MZStore.woa/wa/viewTVSeason?id=375187062&s=143441 _ Experience the world of Red Bull like you have never seen it before. With the best action sports clips on the web and original series, prepare for your "stoke factor" to be at an all time high. See into our world: http://goo.gl/J49U Red Bull on Facebook: http://win.gs/redbu...

    published: 30 Oct 2009
  • Colorado Experience: KKK

    From the Grand Dragon to known KKK appointees in the police, mayor and governor offices, Colorado once had the 2nd largest Ku Klux Klan membership in the United States. Discover the sordid history of the KKK in Colorado and the impact they had on Catholics, Jews and African Americans in early 1920s, and the courageous individuals who fought against their establishment. http://www.rmpbs.org/coloradoexperience

    published: 24 Jan 2017
  • Getting High with a Hallucinogenic Toad Prophet

    Our Vice Mexico team went to the Sonora desert in search of the Bufo Alvarius, an endemic toad species that contains a very high dosage of 5-MEO-DMT in it´s body. 5-MEO-DMT is said to be the most potent hallucinogenic in the world. Our guide through this trip was Octavio Rettig, a doctor who has studied this toad for more than eight year and has brought the medicine - as he calls the substance - all over the world. We went to Punta Chueca, Sonora, where we hanged out with the indigenous community who has been taking 5-MEO-DMT from the toad since pre-hispanic times. We met Grandpa Pancho - one of the elders of the town - and travelled with him to the sacred island of Isla Tiburón. There we had a small ceremony where we tried the substance for the very first time. Watch more Episodes of M...

    published: 07 Apr 2015
  • A U.S. Air Force C-130 aircraft with the 152nd Airlift Wing 2017

    A U.S. Air Force C-130 aircraft with the 152nd Airlift Wing, Nevada Air National Guard, follows a U.S. Forest Service lead plane in the mountains east of Boise, Idaho, as part of the annual Modular Airborne Fire Fighting System training and certificatio. More than 400 personnel of four C-130 Guard and Reserve units — from California, Colorado, Nevada and Wyoming, making up the Air Expeditionary Group — are in Boise for the week-long wildfire training and certification sponsored by the U.S. Forest Service. (U.S. Air National Guard video by Tech. Sgt. William Moore)

    published: 19 Jul 2017
  • M106A3 Mortar Carrier & Crew In Action

    The M106A3 is fitted with a Soltam Cardom 120-mm mortar, which fires a full range of ammunition, including HE, precision guided, dual purpose, smoke, illumination and IR illumination rounds. Members of the Army's 4th Infantry Division conduct a live fire with mortars at Ft Carson, Colorado. Film Credits: SGT Toby Wall

    published: 23 Jul 2014
C-130 Army Jump - Personnel Drop in Colorado Springs

C-130 Army Jump - Personnel Drop in Colorado Springs

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Members of the 10th Special Forces perform a winter training jump from a C-130 with the 731st Airlift Squadron, Peterson AFB, Colorado
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Get A Job Monday: Plethora of positions with Colorado Springs FJC Personnel

Get A Job Monday: Plethora of positions with Colorado Springs FJC Personnel

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Gazette's Eric Singer talks with a representative of FJC Personnel about a career that could be perfect for you in our exclusive Get a Job Monday segment.
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Columbine HS Documentary, local camera crew / personnel Littleton CO

Columbine HS Documentary, local camera crew / personnel Littleton CO

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  • Updated: 19 Sep 2014
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Warning this video has graphic content relating to Columbine HS. This is a sampling from a long form TV documentary, and not the entire program. This was aired on Nat Geo/National Geographic Television. We provided cameraman, still photographer services, and location sound all covering several roles for this documentary on the school shooting at Columbine High School in Littleton Colorado. The hiring production company produced this for National Geographic used our services and personnel in Colorado. Mister Photon Media can provide and entire video, film, television or other related camera crew, or the crew members, or combinations of personnel or equipment throughout Colorado or traveling. For more information, please visit our websites below: For director of photography, cameraman, videographer services along with personnel: http://www.coloradodirectorofphotography.com For camera crews, HD, SD, NTSC, PAL, ENG, EFP film or video crews: http://www.misterphoton.com For location sound services, camera support, crew support please visit in Word Press: http://www.coloradosoundrecordist.com or in HTML: http://misterphoton.com/sound/ Thank You, Nick Teti, Mister Photon Media
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Helicopter crash in Colorado kills Flight For Life medical chopper pilot - TomoNews

Helicopter crash in Colorado kills Flight For Life medical chopper pilot - TomoNews

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FRISCO, COLORADO — The pilot of a medical helicopter was killed and two other medical personnel aboard were injured when the aircraft span out of control and crashed in a Frisco, Colorado hospital's parking lot seconds after takeoff on Friday, July 3. The Flight For Life helicopter was on a non-medical callout when it took off from St. Anthony Summit Medical Center about 70 miles west of Denver on Friday afternoon. The 64-year-old pilot, identified by authorities as Patrick Mahony was joined by a paramedic and a flight nurse, the Denver Post reported. One witness told NBC affiliate 9 News the helicopter rose to perhaps 100 feet, then lurched and began to spin out of control. The helicopter drifted about 320 feet to a parking lot where it crashed into a motorhome and a pickup truck. The aircraft's fuel set off a large explosion, engulfing the helicopter and the unoccupied vehicles. One witness saw the pilot trying to escape through the shattered windshield, ABC 7 Denver reported. He and hospital staff helped pull the paramedic and nurse to safety. Mahoney died at the scene. The two crew members, whose names were not public at the time of publication, suffered non life-threatening injuries. Investigators say it could be days before they have an idea what went wrong, ABC 7 reported. Mahoney was a Vietnam veteran pilot and had been with Flight For Life for 27 years. ----------------------------------------­--------------------- Welcome to TomoNews, where we animate the most entertaining news on the internets. Come here for an animated look at viral headlines, US news, celebrity gossip, salacious scandals, dumb criminals and much more! Subscribe now for daily news animations that will knock your socks off. Visit our official website for all the latest, uncensored videos: http://us.tomonews.net Check out our Android app: http://bit.ly/1rddhCj Check out our iOS app: http://bit.ly/1gO3z1f Stay connected with us here: Facebook http://www.facebook.com/TomoNewsUS Twitter @tomonewsus http://www.twitter.com/TomoNewsUS Google+ http://plus.google.com/+TomoNewsUS/ Instagram @tomonewsus http://instagram.com/tomonewsus
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Soldiers rescue mountain climbers in Colorado | Breaks leg in process

Soldiers rescue mountain climbers in Colorado | Breaks leg in process

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National Guard Soldiers, civilians and county sheriff's personnel worked in tandem to rescue injured climbers in the Indian Peaks mountain range Sept. 7. "We left Boulder around 6 a.m. and planned to climb the relatively simple and straightforward, mostly fourth and fifth class, east ridge up Mount Bancroft," said climber Adam Pérou Hermans. "We planned to be back in Boulder by lunchtime, or early afternoon.It was fairly easy -- but technical -- climbing, but you never know what can happen," said Roop, an experienced climber and certified wilderness first responder who still doesn't remember the fall. In response, members of the Alpine Rescue Team, the Rocky Mountain Rescue Group, Flight for Life Colorado, and Colorado Army National Guardsmen from the 2nd Battalion, 135th General Support Aviation worked together to support the Clear Creek County Sheriff to bring the injured climbers to safety. Hermans recalled the incident: "The day was overcast, and we had a few big gusts and short bursts of hail, but nothing too rough. The climb was not on the main route, but it was easy. Sterling climbed the face with no problem, and was just walking along the top ledge when he slipped, as if on a banana peel or black ice. … To our horror, his slip propelled him off the ledge and he rag-dolled back down the face he'd just climbed, smashing and crashing into ledges and the rock wall along the way. At one point, a piece of gear (a nut) flew from the wall, and Sterling fell longer and farther than he should have. Fortunately, Alex held and caught the belay and Sterling stopped about eight feet above the ground. For a split second, I expected him to look up and mutter, 'Whoa!' as friends have after such scary moments in the past. Instead, Alex started screaming. Sterling was upside down, unconscious, bleeding profusely from the head, and making terrible noises—something between snoring and wheezing. His mouth was full of some sort of foamy, gray liquid. He's a huge guy (approximately 200 pounds) and I wrestled to flip him over." Because of the location and extent of Roop's injuries, ground rescuers determined that the safest and fastest way to get Roop off the mountain was to hoist him up via helicopter -- a unique capability almost exclusive to the National Guard. Wright and Leturno flew the helicopter into position over the patient at approximately 120 feet above him. In the mean time, the flight medic, Staff Sgt. Eric Williams, had secured himself to the jungle penetrator. Once in position Sgt. Steve Leflar, opened the right cabin door and started booming the hoist out, and Williams was lowered approximately 80 feet to a small clearing on the rock face, in close proximity to the patient. As he landed on the ridgeline, Williams maneuvered himself on a cliff at a precarious angle on his back and right side. As he attempted to get a better grip on the rock, he slid off the face. He was still attached to the jungle penetrator and hoist, so he only fell about 10 to 15 feet before the hoist line caught him, but he slammed back into the rock face and was knocked off his seat. Williams climbed up to the patient and continued with his mission, checking the rigging that Alpine Rescue Team had set up for the basket and attached the basket to the hoist cable. Alpine Rescue team also radioed the soldiers to give them a patient update. As the Black Hawk idled, the crew members learned that Williams had been injured. "This was a horrible feeling as we were informed that Williams had a possible unexposed compound fracture to the lower tibia." Meanwhile, on the mountain, the ground rescuers were now without a litter, so the team adapted by lowering Williams more than 200 feet from the ridgeline. Another rescuer then had to rappel down the same section of the mountain carrying the jungle penetrator on his back. This helped ensure the safest extraction from a lower LZ -- and to get the rescue team started on hiking out in case a medevac for Williams wasn't possible, as the mountain was again socked in with clouds. The Black Hawk crew decided to shut down to conserve fuel. Then the clouds broke for the last time that day. The crew moved into position quickly, hovering about 80 feet above Williams. When the National Guard helicopter was in position, the jungle penetrator was given to Williams, and he attached it to the hoist cable and secured his safety harness to the jungle penetrator. Leflar hoisted Williams up immediately. Once Williams was in the aircraft and the door was closed, the crew departed -- low on fuel but enough to get back safely. Two days later, Williams received surgery on his ankle to repair the broken tibia. Now in a soft cast, he's awaiting physical therapy in November. Roop was released from the hospital the following morning and he and his climbing partners were back in the mountains just weeks following the accident.
https://wn.com/Soldiers_Rescue_Mountain_Climbers_In_Colorado_|_Breaks_Leg_In_Process
FIVE THINGS TO DO IN DENVER

FIVE THINGS TO DO IN DENVER

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  • Updated: 17 Feb 2016
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I don't know how I went full travel host in this video but I hope you guys liked it and learned a few things about my hometown, Denver, Colorado. If you want to see more top five or travel vids like this one be sure to let me know in the comments below! Thank you guys for watching and as always, keep on TRAvelin'. - Check out All Saints clothing - https://www.us.allsaints.com - See my last video - https://youtu.be/nexkywH3OiU?list=UUK... - Follow me on social media - TWITTER: https://twitter.com/travisbryantnyc INSTAGRAM: https://instagram.com/travisbryantnyc YOUNOW: https://younow.com/travisbryantnyc SNAPCHAT: TravisBryantNYC P.O. BOX: 1626 N. Wilcox Ave. #262, Hollywood, CA 90028 BUSINESS EMAIL: travisbryantwrites@gmail.com "THAT'S NOT A NAME," The creature spoke sharply, its patience waning. "Stop lying. What do people call you?" The little girl trembled, unsure how to satisfy the demanding creature's question. "That's it. They call me evil. It's is the only thing anyone has ever called me," Though the little girl had only repeated her answer, it seemed to have calmed the creature's aggression... for that moment. "That's a terrible name," the creature stood back and with its bony arm flung a rock into the pond in front of them. The little girl watched the rock rhythmically skim the water as it bounced several times before plunging beneath the depths. She could hardly contain her amazement. "Are you a sorcerer?!" "A sorcerer?" The creature snapped back as it puffed up its chest and stood face to face with the little girl. "Do I look like a sorcerer?" "Of course not!" The little girl decided it best to give an answer that would induce the least amount of anger from the tempermental creature. "Really now? You think I don't look intimidating enough to be a sorcerer, do you?" The creature raised a fist to the little girl who took a few steps back. Finally, the creature lowered its fist and broke into laughter. "Tortoise tits I'm joking. I'm not a sorcerer. I'm just a girl. Just a simple, boring, girl like you." The creature tossed another rock into the pond that skipped five times before sinking beneath the water. "I am?" The little girl watched the creature -- or the other girl, rather -- skip a third rock across the pond. "Yes," the creature responded, "You are a girl. A very strange one at that." The little smiled at the idea that she might bare some fragment of resemblance to this fascinating creature that stood next to her in the swamp... Thanks for reading, guys! See last week's version of the story in the description section of my last video!
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Air Force Academy – First Day

Air Force Academy – First Day

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United States Air Force Academy Basic Cadets arrive at and go through 'Doolie Day' inprocessing before starting Basic Cadet Training in which they will be trained to become leaders of the best and most powerful air and space force in the world. Watch these Cadets as they say good by to their family members, take a bus ride up to the Cadet Area, their initial contact with upper class cadets, swearing in ceremony, shots and haircuts, first issue of uniforms, and their dormitories. The Air Force Academy is both a military organization and a university. AiirSource Military covers events and missions from the United States Armed Forces: Army, Navy, Marine Corps, Air Force, and Coast Guard. Visit our channel for more military videos: http://www.youtube.com/AiirSource Like & share this video to show your support! Subscribe to stay updated: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=AiirSource Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/AiirSource Google+: http://www.google.com/+AiirSource Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/AiirSource
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Police Radio Audio Starting with First Dispatch to Aurora, Colorado Shooting at Century 16 Theater

Police Radio Audio Starting with First Dispatch to Aurora, Colorado Shooting at Century 16 Theater

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WARNING: AUDIO IS INTENSE AND INCLUDES DESCRIPTION OF TRAUMA TO SOME VICTIMS. Audio is provided for public safety personnel and citizens to understand the timing factors, and early decisions made as an emergency situation/mass casualty situation is realized and acted on -- including finding and arresting a suspect or suspects, determining the number of casualties, triage of victims' injuries, organizing a proper response of police, fire, and medical personnel, securing the public from further danger, and securing the scene for investigation. Communications involving suspect James Holmes custody immediately following the shooting begins following at about 06:54 elapsed time. See also ... http://www.arlingtoncardinal.com/?p=54389 (article with more details) http://www.facebook.com/CardinalEmergencies (FIRE-RESCUE-EMS page) The audio feeds and recordings from http://www.radioreference.com are released under a Creative Commons License. Some rights reserved. For more information, please see Creative Commons -- Attribution 3.0 United States http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/us/
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Colorado Experience: NORAD

Colorado Experience: NORAD

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Cheyenne Mountain, located south of Colorado Springs, served as the command center for the North American Aerospace Defense Command Center (NORAD) from 1966-2008. The bi-nation defense organization, currently stationed at Peterson Air Force Base, continually adapts to modern-day challenges, while simultaneously protecting the citizens of the United States and Canada. Colorado Experience goes inside this top-secret headquarters for a view few have ever had. Learn more: www.rmpbs.org/ColoradoExperience Connect with us: www.facebook.com/ColoradoExperience
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The Most Dangerous Airports in the World

The Most Dangerous Airports in the World

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Top 10 of the most scariest runways of airports around the world Subscribe to our channel: http://goo.gl/9CwQhg Other Videos You Might Like 10 Deadly Natural Disasters Caught on Video https://youtu.be/zQYe3ngG6qs 10 Most Dangerous Roads in the World https://youtu.be/VdoAFK3FD1Y Description: Air travel is stressful at the best of times. Even before reaching the airport, you contend with concerns related to packing and transportation. Once you get there, you begin to work through a series of plodding lines for various security measures, complete with a nerve-wracking encounter with a no-nonsense customs official. Then comes the flight, itself, as you lock yourself in within a tin box and venture through a series of typical plane activity, such as bumpy turbulence and the occasional heart-stopping drop in altitude. The process of air travel remains a remarkable and often over-looked innovation. Consider that for all of the gripes and complaints travellers have with the discomfort and inconvenience of planes, they are still vehicles that operate thousands of miles in the air and routinely carry passengers across the globe in a matter of hours. But on-going technological developments and advancements haven’t completely eliminated air safety concerns that are capable of emerging from factors like poor visibility and slippery weather conditions. In 2014, tragic flight disasters involving two Malaysian Airlines flights and an AirAsia commercial jet contributed to 990 air travel fatalities among 21 crashes on the year. Of course, lest we spook you and fuel an aversion to flying, air travel remains a very safe means of transportation statistically. In spite of the high number of fatalities, the 21 fatal crashes in 2014 represented an all-time low, coming on approximately 30 million commercial flights. To put that in perspective, those numbers leave you with a 0.000007% chance of being onboard one of those flights, or one in 1.43 million. Statistically speaking, you have a better chance at being killed by lightning or a fatal dog attack than via plane travel. Plane safety regulations help diminish the risk involved in air travel, but so do the personnel involved. Highly trained pilots skillfully navigate their way through challenging takeoffs and tricky landings, consistently engineering smooth, pleasant travel experiences for passengers despite the high degree of difficulty involved. This can be particularly true in more remote flight destinations, where natural landscapes can offer striking beauty, but also treacherous and complicated terrains. Sometimes, pilots are forced to contend with these terrains of less-than-ideally located landing strips. This list tackles some of the world’s most dangerous airports, those which put pilots to the test. These airports challenge air aces with high elevation, short runways, difficult natural conditions and precariously-situated landing strips. They may well offer some truly stunning scenery as you begin your descent, but they are also capable of offering a white-knuckled, nail-biting experience for passengers as they approach their gate. The troublesome landscapes represented here, including those with weather issues, perilously narrow landing strips and poorly thought out landing sites, make for a set of airports that had a whole new challenging dimension to air travel for those who man the cockpit. One airport on this list, meanwhile, earned its place for mythical and strangely conspiratorial reasons more so than any legitimate runway-related safety concerns. Our Social Media: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TheRichest.org Twitter: https://twitter.com/TheRichest_Com Instagram: http://instagram.com/therichest Featuring: Congonhas Airport, Sao Paolo, Brazil Wellington Airport, New Zealand Hechi Airport, China Wilkins Runway, Antarctica Madeira Airport, Madeira Toncontin Airport, Honduras Princess Juliana Airport, St. Maarten Denver Airport, Denver, Colorado Barra Airport, Barra, Scotland Gibraltar Airport, Gibraltar Music Track: Danger Zone For more videos and articles visit: http://www.therichest.com/
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Top 8 Credit Card Scams Around the World

Top 8 Credit Card Scams Around the World

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  • Updated: 19 Apr 2017
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Get more Tips here! www.destinationtips.com If you’re the kind of person who likes to rely on your credit card then you’ll need to read through these common credit card scams currently being perpetrated around the world. 1) The Skimmer These little contraptions affix to ATMs in secretive ways you’d never notice unless you were specifically looking for them. When you swipe your credit card or debit card, the skimmer reads your information and sends it on to whomever set up the device in the first place. Some scammers will even set up cameras alongside their skimmer in order to capture victim’s button presses, as well. More often than not, credit card skimmers can be found in gas stations. 2) The False Jury Duty Scam In this scam, the perpetrator will call their victim, claiming that the victim has missed an assigned jury duty and as a result, a bench warrant has been put out for their arrest. The worried individual will then proceed to do whatever they can to get out of the trouble, giving the caller a lot of personal information — including credit card numbers. This scam has been extremely popular in 2017, especially in Colorado, where several area seniors have fallen victim to this easily avoidable crime. 3) The Fake ID Scam In recent years, innovative criminals have resorted to creating entire fake identities and even shell corporations that could lend legitimacy to their credit history. They then purchase credit cards and run up huge tabs before the credit card company goes looking for the bill, only to discover that they’re hunting a ghost. In early 2017, two Jersey City jewelry store owners were sentenced after using this technique to steal somewhere in the neighborhood of $200 million before they were apprehended. 4) The Defective Chip Card Scam These scammers call their customers, claiming to be the victim’s bank and tell them that their brand new chip card is defective or say that it’s time to receive their new chip card. Either way, the result is the same: the scammer asks for the victim’s personal information in order to get the ball rolling, only to turn around and use that personal info to run up huge credit charges. 5) Better Credit Card Deals Some scammers will call their victims and pose as executives working for the credit card company itself. There's even a trick they sometimes use to gain a victim's trust --Known as the ‘no hang-up scam-- where they ask you to hang up and call the number on the back of the card. However, the scammer doesn't hang up and spoofs the dile-tone, leaving the call still connected. When you come back the scammer’s accomplice answers and impersonates whoever you thought you'd called and continues with the scam, asking you for your personal information to finalize the details and get everything all set up for you. It’s relatively common knowledge that you should never, ever give out any personal information to anyone on the phone, even if they claim to be from an official source. And no credit card company is going to actually call and solicit private information from you over the phone or via email. 6) Be Especially Careful in These Seven States Nevada, Colorado, Maryland, New Hampshire, Alaska, Washington, and Oregon report the highest instances of credit card fraud in the United States. As a result, it’s likely a good idea to be extra vigilant when you’re in these areas. If you’re hoping to avoid a skimmer hiding at an ATM, just jiggle the card reader before you swipe. If it’s loose, it's best not to trust it. 7) The In-House Scammer Corrupt service industry personnel like waiters will double scan credit cards, once to apply your meal charges and once into a secret scanner they’ve brought that can store your credit information for future use. Unfortunately, this one is generally tough to avoid, since it is very commonplace to give your card to an employee in a restaurant and allow them to carry it out of sight. 8) Companies Aren’t Immune, Either More than one major company, including Apple, Target, Sony, and more, have been the victim of attacks that have compromised the personal information of their users. Take, for instance, the attack on TJ Maxx in 2006 that exposed more than 94 million customer credit cards. The person responsible, Albert Gonzalez, was leading a 12-person ring of hackers. They’d raised more than a billion dollars before being apprehended.
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Shaun White's private pipe - Red Bull Project X

Shaun White's private pipe - Red Bull Project X

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For more powder shredding, check out http://win.gs/19fw6MD Last year, Shaun White disappeared from the snowboard scene, holing up in the wilds of Colorado training for what would be the biggest winter of his life. This is the story of his year, the private halfpipe and one of the most progressive sessions in history. http://redbullprojectx.com For a feature length look at Shaun White's epic Project X sessions, watch it on iTunes http://itunes.apple.com/WebObjects/MZStore.woa/wa/viewTVSeason?id=375187062&s=143441 _ Experience the world of Red Bull like you have never seen it before. With the best action sports clips on the web and original series, prepare for your "stoke factor" to be at an all time high. See into our world: http://goo.gl/J49U Red Bull on Facebook: http://win.gs/redbullfb Red Bull on Twitter: http://win.gs/redbulltwitter Subscribe to Red Bull on Youtube: http://win.gs/SubToRedBull Subscribe to the Red Bulletin: http://win.gs/TheRedBulletin Sign up for our Newsletter here: http://win.gs/RedBullNewsletter
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Colorado Experience: KKK

Colorado Experience: KKK

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From the Grand Dragon to known KKK appointees in the police, mayor and governor offices, Colorado once had the 2nd largest Ku Klux Klan membership in the United States. Discover the sordid history of the KKK in Colorado and the impact they had on Catholics, Jews and African Americans in early 1920s, and the courageous individuals who fought against their establishment. http://www.rmpbs.org/coloradoexperience
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Getting High with a Hallucinogenic Toad Prophet

Getting High with a Hallucinogenic Toad Prophet

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Our Vice Mexico team went to the Sonora desert in search of the Bufo Alvarius, an endemic toad species that contains a very high dosage of 5-MEO-DMT in it´s body. 5-MEO-DMT is said to be the most potent hallucinogenic in the world. Our guide through this trip was Octavio Rettig, a doctor who has studied this toad for more than eight year and has brought the medicine - as he calls the substance - all over the world. We went to Punta Chueca, Sonora, where we hanged out with the indigenous community who has been taking 5-MEO-DMT from the toad since pre-hispanic times. We met Grandpa Pancho - one of the elders of the town - and travelled with him to the sacred island of Isla Tiburón. There we had a small ceremony where we tried the substance for the very first time. Watch more Episodes of Mexicalia: http://bit.ly/Mexicalia Click here to subscribe to VICE: http://bit.ly/Subscribe-to-VICE Check out our full video catalog: http://bit.ly/VICE-Videos Videos, daily editorial and more: http://vice.com More videos from the VICE network: https://www.fb.com/vicevideos Like VICE on Facebook: http://fb.com/vice Follow VICE on Twitter: http://twitter.com/vice Read our Tumblr: http://vicemag.tumblr.com Follow us on Instagram: http://instagram.com/vice
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A U.S. Air Force C-130 aircraft with the 152nd Airlift Wing 2017

A U.S. Air Force C-130 aircraft with the 152nd Airlift Wing 2017

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A U.S. Air Force C-130 aircraft with the 152nd Airlift Wing, Nevada Air National Guard, follows a U.S. Forest Service lead plane in the mountains east of Boise, Idaho, as part of the annual Modular Airborne Fire Fighting System training and certificatio. More than 400 personnel of four C-130 Guard and Reserve units — from California, Colorado, Nevada and Wyoming, making up the Air Expeditionary Group — are in Boise for the week-long wildfire training and certification sponsored by the U.S. Forest Service. (U.S. Air National Guard video by Tech. Sgt. William Moore)
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M106A3 Mortar Carrier & Crew In Action

M106A3 Mortar Carrier & Crew In Action

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The M106A3 is fitted with a Soltam Cardom 120-mm mortar, which fires a full range of ammunition, including HE, precision guided, dual purpose, smoke, illumination and IR illumination rounds. Members of the Army's 4th Infantry Division conduct a live fire with mortars at Ft Carson, Colorado. Film Credits: SGT Toby Wall
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