B-25 Panchito Arrives at Oshkosh 2010

The music to this incoming B25, well it’s was history in the making nice little clip!

I’m tiered of the Jack Wagons here is something Great!

July 21, 2010 – The Disabled American Veterans B-25 Panchito arrived at Oshkosh on Sunday July 18th, in preparation for Salute To Veterans at EAA Airventure Oshkosh 2010.

The North American B-25 Mitchell was an American twin-engined medium bomber manufactured by North American Aviation. It was used by many Allied air forces, in every theater of World War II, as well as many other air forces after the war ended, and saw service across four decades.

The B-25 was named in honor of General Billy Mitchell, a pioneer of U.S. military aviation. By the end of its production, nearly 10,000 B-25s in numerous models had been built. These included a few limited variations, such as the United States Navy’s and Marine Corps’ PBJ-1 patrol bomber and the United States Army Air Forces’ F-10 photo reconnaissance aircraft.

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G-20 In Cannes France

G-20 New World Order Global Goblins meeting in Cannes France for Greece bailout!

Well the Lord’s Drill Sarge is hard on this meeting and who knows how this will turn out! People all around the world are up in arms on how our leaders are causing nothing but problems for the common man.

We are watching you Jack Wagons or as the Sarge says Global Goblins (that’s a good one!)

Cannes sheds its black tie

image for G20 riot gear

By Nicholas Vinocur

CANNES, France | Wed Nov 2, 2011

(Reuters) – The glamorous and easy-going Riviera resort of Cannes turns into a fortified camp this week as French police prepare for the arrival of world leaders for a G20 summit set to be hijacked by fears that a euro zone crisis relief plan is unravelling.

Thousands of extra police have been deployed along the Mediterranean coast to stop protestors travelling the 30 km (19 miles) down from Nice, where they are being kept at arm’s length, and sparking clashes that could disrupt the gathering.

Police have sealed off Cannes’ mythical waterfront drag, set up a second security perimeter around the old town and told ‘Cannois’ locals aged over 12 they must wear identity badges to move around their own city during the Nov 3-4 summit.

Tight security is common at “G” summits. But the sight of military-style troop manoeuvres on the ‘Croisette’ beachfront is particularly striking, given that Cannes is better known as the setting for a star-studded film festival held each May.

Hotels usually filled with movie professionals and Hollywood A-listers, such as the Carlton and the Martinez, are behind a police cordon in “Zone 1” — the inner sanctum of the G20 — and filled exclusively with G20 professionals for the week.

Boating is forbidden throughout the summit in Cannes harbour, where some of the world’s largest yachts dock during the festival, and schools in the security zone stay closed for an extra four days after All Saints holidays this week.

Most restaurants in the warren of streets behind the Croisette will be closed for lack of customers, as only badge professionals are allowed near. For those inside the G20 world, hotels can provide a list of open restaurants.

Reinforcing the gloomy imagery, France’s national weather service forecasts two days of grey skies, rain and stronger-than-usual winds on Thursday and Friday.

Dark clouds also hung over the euro zone, as Greece’s prime minister announced that he would ask Greeks to approve austerity measures in a referendum, throwing a package of crisis measures agreed by EU leaders last week into uncertainty.

French President Nicolas Sarkozy and German Chancellor Angela Merkel will fly into Cannes on Wednesday to meet Greek officials, and Sarkozy will later dine with Chinese Premier Wen Jiabao.

Protesters have already set up base camps by Monday and were hard at work by Tuesday getting their message out.

On Tuesday, several hundred activists from around the world marched through Nice under the banner “People First, Not Finance”, voicing anger at the capitalist system, calling for an end to tax havens and more aid for the world’s hungry.

Police are determined to keep protestors, who belong to non-profit groups ranging from Greenpeace to Attac and the Human Rights League, from reaching Cannes after protests turned violent at similar meetings in Genoa and London.

“It’s a bit frustrating,” said Samantha Bolton, a spokeswoman for Action Aid, a non-profit anti-poverty group. “We’ve been confined to a street in the north of Nice with police all around us and behind us.”

Asked if protestors planned to try to access Cannes, she said: “I don’t think so — you had to get accreditation weeks in advance if you wanted to go.”

(Additional reporting by Claire Watson, editing by Paul Casciato)

Video uploaded by U Tube user Sarge