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Saddest movie sacrifices

Saddest movie sacrifices


Self-sacrifice in film has always been the ultimate sign of a character's selflessness, and passion for the greater good above their own life. Somewhat inevitably, given the call for action in movies - for the sake of drama - and life-changing stakes, characters can often find themselves in life threatening situations. And sometimes, they put themselves in there voluntarily to save their loved ones.

Classe v bat

Classe v bat


V-Bat is capable of infrastructure-independent vertical takeoff and landings while also retaining the high efficiency of a fixed-wing aircraft for long-endurance missions. With a speed of up to 90 knots, it can dash to different areas quickly and it can cruise around for eight hours at 45 knots at an altitude of up to 15, feet. It can carry a payload of around eight pounds, which can include various multi-spectral sensor, electronic intelligence, radar, electronic warfare, and communications connectivity packages. It really is a lot of flexibility packed into a relatively small drone-V-Bat weighs just 82 pounds.

Ics piazza leonardo da vinci

Ics piazza leonardo da vinci


He has been variously called the father of palaeontology, ichnology, and architecture, and is widely considered one of the greatest painters of all time despite perhaps only 15 of his paintings having survived. Born out of wedlock to a notary, Piero da Vinci, and a peasant woman, Caterina, in Vinciin the region of FlorenceItalyLeonardo was educated in the studio of the renowned Italian painter Andrea del Verrocchio. Much of his earlier working life was spent in the service of Ludovico il Moro in Milan, and he later worked in Rome, Bologna and Venice. He spent his last three years in France, where he died in Leonardo is renowned primarily as a painter.

Dodge power wagon builds

Dodge power wagon builds


It was developed as the WDX truck, and until about it was internally known by its engineering code T - a name still used for the original series by enthusiasts. The Power Wagon was the first mass-produced 4x4 medium duty truck, and represents a significant predecessor to the many modern four wheel drive trucks in use today. Updated variants continued in production until Following Chrysler Corporation policy of badge engineering to provide a greater number of sales outlets overseas, Power Wagons were also marketed around the world under the Fargo and De Soto badges. The civilian Power Wagon continued the lineage of limited production Dodge 4WD trucks from the s, that proved basic four wheel drive design concepts, primarily for the military.