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Carrier At War: USS Enterprise

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Watching on Smithsonian right now. Showed a dude get sucked into a jets intake. :eek:

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Watching on Smithsonian right now. Showed a dude get sucked into a jets intake. :eek:

He actually lives. His helmet goes in before him and FODs out the engine, if it hadn't of done that his face would have.

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Yeah I have seen that vid before, Amazing! You even see his body being stretched before it is sucked in. *shivers*

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He actually lives. His helmet goes in before him and FODs out the engine, if it hadn't of done that his face would have.

you have got to be kidding. wow thats crazy. did his arms get ripped off or anything?

it was like he turned into rubber man...as he got sucked in

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That guy is going to cure cancer, or accidentally kill the next Hitler in a car accident, something. Because clearly he still had a purpose on this Earth.

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There was a history channel series called battle 360 Enterprise. It was a very good series.

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