Skip to comments.Video: Precise Bombing of Missile Site in Mosque Yard
Posted on 11/18/2012 3:54:31 PM PST by Eleutheria5
The Israeli Air Force has issued a new video showing the pinpoint accuracy of aerial bombings and Hamas use of holy sites for terror.
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Precision bombing is a huge mistake.
The Palis voted for Hamas and are trying to kill Israeli civilians.
They should be carpet bombed.
If they all get to run and hide and their homes aren’t destroyed, they will think it’s all just a game.
The camera platform barely seemed to move
I don’t have a problem with them practicing their religion in pieces...
“... without causing damage to the building, used for worship by Muslims (spit!).”
I’d bet they had to replace a window or two, but nice shooting, IDF!
Next time, take the POS mosque off the face of the earth!
The only real cleanup will be to invade and push this radicals into Egypt or dead. Make Gaza part of Israel.
I agree. Massacre the hominids.
The mosque should have been bombed to rubble. The proprietors agreed to having the launch site on their property.
Should have used a few daisy cutters The muzzies will only stop when they get sent to hell.
Cluster munitions would be happy medium between surgical strike and nuclear. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OMShVkgvQEs&feature=related
I agree. Aim up a little and to the left.
Good shot. A great shot would have been to fell the mosque on top of the missile bunker.
I’ve thought about somehow flooding the underground bunkers.. Water is heavy though.
Motion compensation works well even in cheap cameras these days. I can imagine that no expense was spared on DSP algorithms that process data from many-megapixel sensors in drones. Here is one example. Note the mention of "forward" motion compensation. It works by figuring out the pre-distortion of the image by the position of the camera (using GPS.) This is more accurate than doing the same just by looking at the image - it can handle images that change wildly (such as this movie of an explosion.)
Thats nice & all, but I’d prefer a stick of iron bombs deposited with a Norden Bombsight.
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I liked the two secondary explosions.
That is pretty cool technology
This was designed specifically for trenches, bunkers, and caves. It rapidly uses up the oxygen inside.