Missile caught by high speed camera





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Published on Nov 7, 2006

A slow mo missile caught by a high speed camera. Shot from a tank.

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Jesus Alejandro
That's actually not a missile, it is a SABOT round or the Army's designation is the APFSDS-T (Armor Piercing Fin Stabilized Discarding Sabot w/ Tracer). The round is made out of depleted uranium and has no explosives in it. It uses kinetic energy to destroy the target. Speed is about a mile a second. I used to be a tank crewman for the Army.
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Lucas Kroon
Wait isn't that a projectile because it doesn't propel itself
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Dan Salimbene
So, what was the point of that ?
Research is the key to the truth!!!!! Fact the FAA lists N51UA flight 93 and N612UA flight 175 as valid they are still in use, but flight's 11 and 77 are listed as destroyed and were not even scheduled to fly on 9-11.
Jayden Korst
gaaaaay fake
where is the missile? a tank projectile?
Daniel lm
I was waiting for the explosion D:
ummm that's not a missile it's an artillery shell 
big fucking deal
If you suffer from schizophrenia, like all the other 9/11 truthers, you will probably think this is footage of the "missile" that hit the pentagon. LOL
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