Cruise Missile

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  1. GameGamingGamerDude

    GameGamingGamerDude13 hari yang lalu

    It's a guided missile right? So due to that, i have an important question, does the missile know where it is?

  2. Xenomorph Biologist - XX121

    Xenomorph Biologist - XX12120 hari yang lalu

    That scientist looks mad

  3. C.O.T.D

    C.O.T.D23 hari yang lalu

    Tomahawk is the most beautyful missle ever made

  4. T W

    T W25 hari yang lalu

    One of these hit the Pentagon.. 9/11 inside job

  5. Jec Busch

    Jec Busch26 hari yang lalu

    "The missle knows where it is."

  6. cristian perez

    cristian perezBulan Yang lalu

    All theses cruise missiles look like the one that hit the Pentagon 🤭🤫 #fucktheCIA

  7. fire

    fireBulan Yang lalu

    Am I’m the only one here from cod modern warfare

  8. Slasher Thrasher

    Slasher ThrasherBulan Yang lalu

    lol you're not the only one

  9. RUBEN SINCLEAR--

    RUBEN SINCLEAR--2 bulan yang lalu

    Did he say peroxide

  10. Sir Honks-Alot

    Sir Honks-Alot2 bulan yang lalu

    WHY DOES THAT LOOK SO MUCH LIKE THE PLANE THAT HIT THE PENTAGON?

  11. T O'

    T O'2 bulan yang lalu

    The missile knows where it is at all times. It knows this because it knows where it isn't, by subtracting where it is, from where it isn't, or where it isn't, from where it is, whichever is greater, it obtains a difference, or deviation. The guidance sub-system uses deviations to generate corrective commands to drive the missile from a position where it is, to a position where it isn't, and arriving at a position where it wasn't, it now is. Consequently, the position where it is, is now the position that it wasn't, and it follows that the position where it was, is now the position that it isn't. In the event of the position that it is in is not the position that it wasn't, the system has required a variation. The variation being the difference between where the missile is, and where it wasn't. If variation is considered to be a significant factor, it too, may be corrected by the GEA. However, the missile must also know where it was. The missile guidance computance scenario works as follows: Because a variation has modified some of the information the missile has obtained, it is not sure just where it is, however it is sure where it isn't, within reason, and it knows where it was. It now subracts where it should be, from where it wasn't, or vice versa. By differentiating this from the algebraic sum of where it shouldn't be, and where it was. It is able to obtain a deviation, and a variation, which is called "air"

  12. Carl Cacodemon

    Carl Cacodemon2 bulan yang lalu

    It knows where it is because it knows where it isnt

  13. Andrew Droke

    Andrew Droke3 bulan yang lalu

    Cruse this

  14. 47

    474 bulan yang lalu

    Terminator 2 computer font

  15. j9llpx

    j9llpx4 bulan yang lalu

    9/11

  16. Kick butoxy

    Kick butoxy4 bulan yang lalu

    Nazis built the first cruise missiles

  17. Doug Mcdonell

    Doug Mcdonell5 bulan yang lalu

    A drone dropping a dumb bomb with a JDAM is $25,000, so the cruise missile has been priced out of the game.

  18. 6262ronny

    6262ronny5 bulan yang lalu

    people die hungry and we throw money for these weapons

  19. kuorosh gerat 2500 iran 7000

    kuorosh gerat 2500 iran 70006 bulan yang lalu

    U. S. Superpower world

  20. Max Wolfer

    Max Wolfer6 bulan yang lalu

    My dad fired the first ever cruise missile off of the USS San Jacinto.

  21. Abdulrahman Al-Naqeeb

    Abdulrahman Al-Naqeeb6 bulan yang lalu

    Time for a cruise missile 🎶

  22. Dimitris Andreou

    Dimitris Andreou9 bulan yang lalu

    Why unmanned when you have all those trump voters that can fly

  23. jason bishop

    jason bishop9 bulan yang lalu

    1,000,000,00

  24. Spencer Greer

    Spencer Greer10 bulan yang lalu

    I just came here to watch things blow up.

  25. SeriousAF

    SeriousAF10 bulan yang lalu

    21:36 this is the jetpack from GTA San Andreas lol.

  26. michael sabella

    michael sabella11 bulan yang lalu

    This is cool stuff, but think of all the wars and people that have died and suffered for all this technology. Honestly I think the world would be far better off with none of this, including ALL Nucs...

  27. Marty Champlin

    Marty Champlin11 bulan yang lalu

    What is aluminium?

  28. Andrew Valere

    Andrew Valere11 bulan yang lalu

    "it's getting close" LMAO

  29. Hat _

    Hat _11 bulan yang lalu

    That's one fast B O I

  30. Karl Brown

    Karl Brown11 bulan yang lalu

    My stepfather was one of the Hardware specialist programmers at Lockheed Martin in Austin Texas back in the late 80s early 90sthat was involved in the tomahawk cruise missile project. I remember going to a test launch out in the desert where they would track and steer the missiles from trailers. The early models looked like little jet looks like little jet airplanes shot off of little trailers.. Cool technology

  31. Titan App

    Titan App11 bulan yang lalu

    US has still IRONman SUIT

  32. Stephen Howlett

    Stephen Howlett11 bulan yang lalu

    When you see the beauty of a cruise missile with it’s unbelievable and complicated electronics, it just seems madness it’s all just to kill or blow to bits as many people as possible. I wonder what the world would look like if all the money and brain power that has gone into designing and building of bombs had gone into making the world a better place, I recon it would have surpassed the garden of Eden.

  33. TheSeaRoach

    TheSeaRoach11 bulan yang lalu

    That letting go of the remote part is good, but the settings need to be right. :)

  34. Povl Besser

    Povl Besser11 bulan yang lalu

    Why no mention of the Regulus cruise missiles ? They did actually launch a few of those from submarines in the late 50's.

  35. Aren't I Adorable

    Aren't I Adorable11 bulan yang lalu

    “Precious Model” 18:18….I thought I was precious, thats what mom and dad tell me!

  36. Free Manz

    Free Manz11 bulan yang lalu

    Russia's' version does 5.000 miles an hour and is nuke powered so it can loiter indefinitely. tested in India of all places...I bet it was no cold lake Alberta!

  37. David Sandell

    David Sandell11 bulan yang lalu

    What are they going to do when the GPS satellites get shot down?

  38. Austin Carlson

    Austin Carlson11 bulan yang lalu

    Throw rocks

  39. Tyler

    Tyler11 bulan yang lalu

    How is a cruise missile any different from a Kamikaze?

  40. NS Sherlock

    NS Sherlock11 bulan yang lalu

    Tyler- Its not ,if your the pilot

  41. dgretlein

    dgretlein11 bulan yang lalu

    Try, try, try again until you get it right! Excellent. One caveat - I wish the Brits would learn proper English and properly pronounce Aluminum .... mates, it’s pronounced A-lum-i-num (dictionary.com states: uh-loo-muh-nuhm).... not Al-lum-in-e-um 😊

  42. dgretlein

    dgretlein11 bulan yang lalu

    NS Sherlock to me, it is like finger nails on a chalkboard to pronounce “Aluminium”, sorry. FYI: 1812, coined by English chemist Sir Humphry Davy, from alumina, alumine, name given by French chemists late 18c. to aluminum oxide, from Latin alumen "alum" (see alum). Davy originally called it alumium (1808), then amended this to aluminum, which remains the U.S. word, but British editors in 1812 further amended it to aluminium, the modern preferred British form, to better harmonize with other metallic element names (sodium, potassium, etc.).

  43. NS Sherlock

    NS Sherlock11 bulan yang lalu

    dgretlein- You do understand where the English language was invented, in proper England.the British isles.You the US are the only ones who spell Alumimun that way Uh-loo-muh,nuhn. (and also use the imperial system). Dictionary .com here in Australia quotes Al-um-in- ium, (see the correct spelling) as does the rest of the world. www.dictionary.com/browse/aluminium. Look up Humphrey Davy.That will explain whats what.

  44. Syed Farhath

    Syed Farhath11 bulan yang lalu

    Tom cruise

  45. Capt Fathom

    Capt Fathom11 bulan yang lalu

    Tools of war built by the biggest fuckwits on this planet,dumb fuck humans

  46. Fahad Sharifi

    Fahad Sharifi11 bulan yang lalu

    from India

  47. Garfield Farkle

    Garfield Farkle11 bulan yang lalu

    Smart move by President Carter to switch funding from underground racetrack ICBMs to stealth and cruise missile tech development

  48. albertus ryo

    albertus ryo11 bulan yang lalu

    I laughed every time I hear the narrator call the navigation system 'The SNARK". I even switched on the subtitles just to make sure I heard it correctly... The first time he mentions "The SNARK" is at 25:10 .

  49. xc5647321 xc5647321

    xc5647321 xc56473213 bulan yang lalu

    en.wikipedia.org/wiki/SM-62_Snark

  50. Kick butoxy

    Kick butoxy11 bulan yang lalu

    Wait what?? Jet pack is real😕

  51. Caleb

    Caleb11 bulan yang lalu

    "Allue mini um" 😂

  52. bonny de

    bonny de11 bulan yang lalu

    That's how it's pronounced around the world, you ignorant yanks.

  53. Jon Jr

    Jon Jr11 bulan yang lalu

    These are just so cool, even though its been decades, I know they are still using this type of technology. And, from the looks of it, it may still be unmatched

  54. Ray Whittington

    Ray Whittington11 bulan yang lalu

    If the foot soldier has been replaced with technology, then why are military machines recruiting all that they can get? Cheaper than tomahawks?

  55. yuh yuh

    yuh yuh11 bulan yang lalu

    I read the title thinking that carnival Cruises now have missiles lmfao

  56. Jacob Johnson

    Jacob JohnsonTahun Yang lalu

    10:35 The most exciting part, that run. :)

  57. 139Robin

    139RobinTahun Yang lalu

    The progression of technology to a diabolical and shocking aim, to maximise the eradication of as many people as possible!!

  58. julien

    julienTahun Yang lalu

    the whole part while they speak about gyroscopes, it's completly missleading

  59. Dhgff Fhcdujhv

    Dhgff FhcdujhvTahun Yang lalu

    Education costs less than a war.

  60. Alex D 2016

    Alex D 2016Tahun Yang lalu

    Yes

  61. boukhouima aniss

    boukhouima anissTahun Yang lalu

    mdr

  62. CDaniel J80

    CDaniel J80Tahun Yang lalu

    When you look at America's amazing technology which has no equal today around the world, then read some Nazi descendant telling us we copied their technology.. The idea for the cruise missle began in the United States before WWI. The V1 was simply a stepping stone.

  63. Raul Bernal

    Raul BernalTahun Yang lalu

    Ok

  64. Ultra_axe781

    Ultra_axe781Tahun Yang lalu

    I mean. This tamahawck thing seems cool and all. but the only cruice misile i give a damn about, is vengace V1 Doodlebug

  65. Range Man

    Range ManTahun Yang lalu

    Indiscriminate death from remote control .... it's what makes the American people so much better than the rest... now that the Hillary communists have congress again, we may just get that display of Russian and Chinese weapons superiority...Maybe we could saw off the wings , and fill the F-35's with C4, and drop them from B52's as glider bombs?

  66. sjtom57

    sjtom57Tahun Yang lalu

    And still the U.S. hasn't won much since WWII.

  67. Man Texas

    Man TexasTahun Yang lalu

    Say it with me.. ah loom in um. Ah loom in um. Aluminum.