Christopher Nance

Illustrator - Apache Pilot - AEMT/ GA Fire Fighter
- Cafe Bike Racer

#halloween #cards I made…
#nance
#jason #fridaythe13 #leatherface #reddragon #silenceofthelambs #texaschainsaw #Hannibal #illustration #tattoo #horror #classichorror #drawing #americanhorror #sketch
I saw this @barbermotorsport #acecafe and it made me #laugh #funny…
soldierporn:

"What doesn’t kill me, better start running."

soldierporn:

"What doesn’t kill me, better start running."

(Source: greasegunburgers)

#ahmra #racing #thruxton cup at #barber on the #triumph and  200GP on a friends #honda #CB160

tac-tickle:

The evolution of the warrior’s helmet.

flytofight:

Repost from Airwarriors:
The image above was taken from an MH-53J from the 20th Special Operations Squadron, piloted by Capt. Thomas Trask, during the first Combat SAR (Search And Rescue) mission behind the enemy lines since Vietnam.The combat rescue mission was launched on Jan. 21, 1991 to rescue Lt. Devon Jones, 130 miles into Iraq.Jones was an F-14 Tomcat pilot from USS Saratoga’s VF-103, who was downed along with RIO (Radar Intercept Officer) Lawrence Slade by a SAM (Surface to Air Missile) over Iraq.Larry “Rat” Slade endured interrogation, torture and starvation in the Iraqi hands for 43 days.Image credit: AFSOC

flytofight:

Repost from Airwarriors:

The image above was taken from an MH-53J from the 20th Special Operations Squadron, piloted by Capt. Thomas Trask, during the first Combat SAR (Search And Rescue) mission behind the enemy lines since Vietnam.

The combat rescue mission was launched on Jan. 21, 1991 to rescue Lt. Devon Jones, 130 miles into Iraq.

Jones was an F-14 Tomcat pilot from USS Saratoga’s VF-103, who was downed along with RIO (Radar Intercept Officer) Lawrence Slade by a SAM (Surface to Air Missile) over Iraq.

Larry “Rat” Slade endured interrogation, torture and starvation in the Iraqi hands for 43 days.

Image credit: AFSOC

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soldierporn:

Operation United Assistance to support MSF/Doctors Without Borders and CDC.

[1] From left, Dr. Joel Montgomery, a team leader with the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, adjusts a colleague’s personal protective equipment before entering the Ebola virus treatment unit in Monrovia, Liberia, during United Assistance, a response to the 2014 West African Ebola outbreak. The outbreak also affected Sierra Leone, Guinea and Nigeria. The treatment unit was staffed and operated by members of Doctors Without Borders. United Assistance is a U.S. Army Africa-led operation to provide command and control, logistics, training and engineering support to the U.S. government’s efforts to contain the Ebola virus outbreak in West African nations. (DoD photo by Athalia Christie, CDC, 17 SEP 2014.)

[2] U.S. Navy Lt. j.g. Aaron Kulp, standing, the officer in charge of Naval Mobile Construction Battalion (NMCB) 133, Combined Joint Task Force-Horn of Africa, speaks to a group of Seabees before a flight at Camp Lemonnier, Djibouti. Fifteen Sailors with NMCB-133 were to travel to Monrovia, Liberia, to conduct site surveys, construct a $22 million hospital and stockpile it with supplies to support training health care workers in support of United Assistance. United Assistance is a U.S. Army Africa-led operation to provide command and control, logistics, training and engineering support to the U.S. government’s efforts to contain the Ebola virus outbreak in West African nations. (U.S. Air Force photo by Staff Sgt. Leslie Keopka, 19 SEP 2014.)

[3,4] A U.S. Air Force C-17 Globemaster III aircraft sits in Liberia. The aircraft delivered the first shipment of U.S. military equipment and personnel for United Assistance, a U.S. Army Africa-led operation to provide command and control, logistics, training and engineering support to the U.S. government’s efforts to contain the Ebola virus outbreak in West African nations. The cargo included a heavy-duty forklift, a drill set, a generator, engineers and airfield specialists. (DOD photo by U.S. Embassy in Monrovia, 24 SEP 2014.)

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dirty-gamer-girls:

Dirty Gamer Girls
Just finished a #memorial #patch #design for the #britironrebels member #anvil a #motorcycle #racer from #canada…