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Turbofan Killer Bee: Rutan ARES “Mudfighter” for US Army Close Air Support

Turbofan Killer Bee: Rutan ARES “Mudfighter” for US Army Close Air Support


Legendary aircraft designer Burt Rutan reveals the secrets of his Model 151 ARES turbofan “Mudfighter” developed for US Army Close Air Support (CAS) that should be ground-mobile in its own BATTLEBOX towed by a high-technology M113 Gavin light tank to provide maneuver air support (MAS) now lacking with the centralized, pampered USAF air base & bloated fighter-bombers-need-runways mentality. www.combatreform.org Killer Bee Clean-Sheet Designs www.combatreform.org ARES details www.combatreform.org In 1981, the US Army requested a design study for a Low Cost Battlefield Attack Aircraft (LCBAA). Scaled Composites created the ARES testbed aircraft which used a single Pratt and Whitney Canada JT15D-5 turbofan engine (same as in the Beechjet / T-1A Jayhawk trainer), and a GAU-12/U 25mm Gatling gun. www.scaled.com The ARES Mudfighter is cleverly designed so its 25mm GAU-12U 25mm autocannon is on one side of the aircraft fuselage while the turbofan engine intake is on the other–this also puts the nose of the plane forward to prevent birds from going into the engine! Burt Rutan is a genius! The ARES can also carry 2.75″ Hydra 70mm rocket pods, small unguided and guided bombs and guided missiles on 4 underwing hardpoints–this could be air-to-air missiles like AIM-9 Sidewinders and conceivable beyond-visual range (BVR) AMRAM AIM-120s to sweep the low-level skies of enemy aircraft for a new US Army Air Corps owned and operated by ground maneuver elements using the FINAB ground

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HTML5 Live: Lesson 8 Dealing with Browser Support (Part 2)

HTML5 Live: Lesson 8 Dealing with Browser Support (Part 2)

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HTML5 Live: Lesson 8 Dealing with Browser Support (Part 4)

HTML5 Live: Lesson 8 Dealing with Browser Support (Part 4)

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HTML5 Live: Lesson 8 Dealing with Browser Support (Part 1)

HTML5 Live: Lesson 8 Dealing with Browser Support (Part 1)

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Adobe Delivers HTML5 Support in Dreamweaver CS5

Adobe Delivers HTML5 Support in Dreamweaver CS5


View how the new Adobe HTML5 Pack Extension for Dreamweaver benefits CS5 users. Business Wire Press Release available: www.businesswire.com

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Is there a web based flash player that can support mms video stream ?

Web based player that can play mms based video stream

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Im not reffering to web based windows media player or vlc player as they require additonal pluggins.
On the other hand i wish this issue will be rectified with worldwide adaption on html5

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Why is Apple in support of HTML5?

Apple has already criticized Adobe’s Flash for performance reasons; although its believed that if Flash were to be permitted on the iPhone platform, it can dethrone Apple’s own Property App Store Framework and its revenue stream. But this argument doesn’t seem to make sense to me, since Apple is also simultaneously working to get HTML5 functioning in the iPhone Platform. And because following the Google Voice App rejection from the App Store, Google did successfully evade Apple’s control and rewrite the Google Voice App in HTML5. So why is Apple still supporting HTML5 even if it risks losing the App Store revenue stream?

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Which browsers support HTML5?

I want to start using HTML5 for my pages, but I’m having trouble finding out which browsers have support for which tags. I’m pretty sure IE 6 through 8 don’t support it at all, but I don’t know the extent of Firefox, Safari, Opera, and Chrome. I already have an idea worked out for how to serve up code with HTML5 or HTML4.1 tags (i.e. write

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Do all browsers support html5 already?

Don’t mind IE, no one should use it…

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Do any browsers support HTML5? Has it been standardized yet?

The other day I was listening to some Apple fan boys arguing about why people shouldn’t care that the iPad doesn’t support Adobe Flash and their reasoning was “HTML5 can do everything Flash can do…”

I had never heard of HTML5 before and was wondering what browsers support it? Is it an official standard yet? If I can avoid shelling out $600 for Flash and use HTML5 instead, that would be great news for me.

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