"Photographer Captures Amazing Time-Lapse Video Of Trident Ballistic Missile LaunchSubmitted by Tyler Durden on 11/08/2015 22:31 -0500
Earlier today, we reported that just after 9pm local time on Saturday evening, a dramatic white light
lit up not only all of California, but stretches of Arizona and Nevada,
in what was subsequently revealed to be an unannounced launch of a
Trident II (D5) missile from the Kentucky, an Ohio-class ballistic
missile submarine situated off Point Mugu. But while the entire internet
was throttled under the weight of millions of snapshots and short
underexposed clips of the missile flight being uploaded to YouTube,
Facebook and Twitter, one person captured the whole event in its
dramatic entirety on time-lapse photography.
That person was Justin Majeczky, who was conducting time-lapse
photography above the Golden Gate bridge, when he noticed an unexpected
object in his viewfinder: an ICBM.
The result, first noted by Foxtrot Alpha,
is 3 minutes of breathtaking imagery that not only catches the missile
emerging from the horzion following its submarine launch, but
disappearing far off into the sky on its long voyage to the Marshall
How is that going to stop ChiComm take over of cryptocurrencies and the development of Tesladomes. The JPL will be a mushroom farm soon, F35 test hulks will provide sunshade in the Monthan Boneyard and the Tridents storage bins for GMO alphalpha on its way to feed Hainan fisheries FFS!
So in keeping with the retro USN knocking here recently. Ohio and Trident will be like taking on IJN Musashi with HMS Dreadnought(1906) in 1941. How are these old, and I'm betting not replaced before, boats going to survive with ChiComm unmanned SSNs hunting in packs outwith their defensive first island chain?(BTW their first island defence chain is what was US second island defence chain. By that time any and all F35s will be shot down and/or sunbaked)
All caused by burning gazillions of dollars in a BAe/LM/PW/GE/RR furnace.