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tornado dang. now, i know that we aren't fighting with .38 specials and i'm not normally awestruck by weaponry, but the ac-130 aircraft is devastatingly impressive.

"The Vietnam era had the "Puff the Magic Dragon" Gun ships. The latest version of the weapon is the AC-130 with its 105 mm cannons and Gattling guns. Computer controls allow for concentrated targeting while the aircraft lumbers in circles. This time lapse photo shows the accuracy, as every fifth round is a tracer! Guaranteed to scare the shit out of anyone within 10 miles."
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