MSNBC’s The Last Word: New Weapon of War?

06.05.11

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by DAVID AXE

I was on MSNBC’s The Last Word talking about the mystery stealth chopper that crashed at Osama bin Laden’s Pakistan compound.

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13 Responses to “MSNBC’s The Last Word: New Weapon of War?”

  1. Moe DeLaun says:

    Hey, you clean up good!

    One of the better talking-head backgrounders, despite the weird sat-lag.

  2. Alejandro says:

    Good job.

  3. Andrew says:

    Very informative.Good stuff.

  4. FooMan says:

    Good stuff, why is Ethan Hawk’s stunt double doing the interview? LOL
    Foo

  5. aditya says:

    gud

  6. [...] no standard-issue Army rotorcraft. Rather, they were stealth modifications of the MH-60 Blackhawk, optimized to reduce their noise, infrared and radar [...]

  7. [...] know about the pair of radar-evading Blackhawks because one of the elusive birds ? dubbed ?Silenthawks? by the media ? crashed inside the bin Laden [...]

  8. [...] no standard-issue Army rotorcraft. Rather, they were stealth modifications of the MH-60 Blackhawk, optimized to reduce their noise, infrared and radar [...]

  9. [...] no standard-issue Army rotorcraft. Rather, they were stealth modifications of the MH-60 Blackhawk, optimized to reduce their noise, infrared and radar [...]

  10. [...] no standard-issue Army rotorcraft. Rather, they were stealth modifications of the MH-60 Blackhawk, optimized to reduce their noise, infrared and radar [...]

  11. [...] know about the pair of radar-evading Blackhawks because one of the elusive birds ? dubbed ?Silenthawks? by the media ? crashed inside the bin Laden [...]

  12. [...] know about the pair of radar-evading Blackhawks because one of the elusive birds ? dubbed ?Silenthawks? by the media ? crashed inside the bin Laden [...]

  13. […] know about the pair of radar-evading Blackhawks because one of the elusive birds — dubbed “Silenthawks” by the media — […]

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