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Ryan McBeth is a software architect, novelist, triathlete, YouTuber.  He makes videos on YouTube about Programming, Cybersecurity, OSINT and Military topics.

He spent 20 years as an anti-armor and heavy weapons infantryman with three overseas deployments.

Ryan is an avid runner, triathlete and Washington D.C. Sports fan.  He lives in Silver Spring, Maryland.

Why this missile U -Turned
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Why this missile U -Turned

Connect with me on Twitter: @ryanmcbeth Watch my long form videos: https://youtube.com/playlist?list=PLt670_P7pOGmLWZG78JlM-rG2ZrpPziOy Join the conversation: https://discord.gg/pKuGDHZHrz Want to send me something? Ryan McBeth Productions LLC 8705 Colesville Rd. Suite 249 Silver Spring, MD 20910 USA Watch my video about Solid Fuel Missile motors here: https://youtube.com/shorts/OJmxJ-UuDSk?feature=share The raw footage was originally found here: https://youtu.be/6IwqmezeSuQ A number of people emailed me about this video with their own theories of why the missile did such a drastic U-Turn. I believe it was due to the missile being mishandled during storage or manufacture. I believe a section of fuel dislodged from the elastisizer and caused an area of high impulse which turned the missile around. By the time the extra nugget of fuel was burned up, the missile was flying straight again. It is very important to store missiles according to regulations and periodically X-Ray them for non-destructive inspection to determine if their fuel has degraded. References: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/BM-21_Grad https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tor_missile_system https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Buk_missile_system#Technical_service_division_2 Triangle calculator https://www.calculator.net/triangle-calculator.html?vc=&vx=&vy=2058&va=90&vz=&vb=35&angleunits=d&x=82&y=10 G-force calculator https://www.omnicalculator.com/physics/g-force U.S. Efforts to Arm Ukraine Shine Light on Limited Production Lines WSJ https://www.wsj.com/articles/u-s-efforts-to-arm-ukraine-shine-light-on-limited-production-lines-11651143601?mod=Searchresults_pos1&page=1 https://www.northropgrumman.com/space/propelling-space-and-defense-missions-solid-rocket-motor-expertise/#:~:text=According%20to%20 Fuller%2C%20a%20 solid,to%20exhaust%20the%20combustion%20gases. https://www.daviddarling.info/encyclopedia/R/rocket_propellants.html https://www.rocket.com/defense/tactical-missiles/javelin
How artillery works - Featuring the M777 Howitzer
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How artillery works - Featuring the M777 Howitzer

Join Atlas VPN by clicking the link below and get 3 years of VPN service for only $1.99 a month: https://get.atlasvpn.com/McBeth Check out Preston Stewart's channel:warstories.coConnect with me on Twitter:@ryanmcbeth Join the conversation:https://discord.gg/pKuGDHZHrz Want to send me something? Ryan McBeth Productions LLC 8705 Colesville Rd. Suite 249 Silver Spring, MD 20910 USA Artillery is known as the King of Battle for a reason. Artillery can be a force multiplier for any unit when they get into trouble. The Forward Observer (FO) and the Fire Direction Center (FDC) work together to calculate how to get the artillery rounds to the target. The gun crew aims, and feeds the shells. The M777 is currently in use by the US Army, US Marine Corps, Ukrainian Army, Canadian Army, Australian Army, Saudi Arabian Army and Indian Army. Thank you to: Specialist Jack Carrol Sergeant Dietrich Culley Sergeant Christopher Lamb Captain Preston Stewart  And all of the other soldiers and Marines who wish to remain anonymous that helped make this video. Any mistakes in this video are my own. Rights: Charlie Battery: A Marine Artillery Unit in Iraq By Andrew Lubin ARMY TM 9-1025-211-10* TC 3-09.81 "Prussian artillery under fire, Siegesfest 2017, Großbeeren (Brandenburg, Germany)" by Steffen Kamprath is licensed under CC BY-NC 2.0. "Versailles: Château de Versailles - Galeries de L'Histoire de France - La galerie des Batailles - Bataille de Wagram" by wallyg is licensed under CC BY-NC-ND 2.0. "File:WWI South Australian Signallers with Heliographs.jpg" by State Library of South Australia is licensed under CC BY 2.0. "Soldiers with the Indian army fire their weapons during a room clearing demonstration at Chaubattia Military Station, India" by #PACOM is licensed under CC BY-NC-ND 2.0. "A reenactment at Romsey in Hampshire of French soldiers during a skirmish in the Napoleonic wars" by Anguskirk is licensed under CC BY-NC-ND 2.0. 1169-Representacion de la Batalla de Elviñña (Coruña)by jl.cernadas World War II Marine Corps Gun Crew Postcard 1942by Puzzler4879

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