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Photos by: Christopher Correia

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Photos by: Christopher Correia

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Stephanies photos by: Christoper Correira Christopher Correia is a Boston based photographer who has received a Bachelor of Arts in Communication Studies. He has studied photography through the New York Institute of Photography (Complete Course in Professional Photography) as well as Better Photo (Photoshop). He is a contributing staff photographer for Florida’s 954 Magazine. His work has been featured in numerous local newspapers (Stoughton Journal, The Enterprise) and male fitness blogs (reFRESH, Male Fitness Models, and Model Jock). Specializing in fashion and fitness his print work includes fashion editorials in 954 Magazine (August, October 2011), cover of Model Up Magazine as well being made photographer of the month (October 2011), and a feature in Florida Magazine (January 2012). September 2011 marked his first time at Boston Fashion Week being part of the press pit for Prajje’s runway show. To view more examples of my work visit: www.cjc-photography.com ; www.facebook. com/cjcphotography ; www.twitter.com/cjcphotos Stephanie is a VIP Bottle Service Waitress at a night club and resides in the Boston area. She got her start in modeling at just 15 years old when she was discovered by a scouting agency which led to print and runway work. This Portuguese beauty has been featured in a variety of magazines such as: Florida’s 954, the cover and spread in Model Up, Florida Magazine, and Next Level Magazine. A fan of tattoos, she has five in total and likes to spend her spare time riding dirt bikes and traveling.

Drink of the Month: by Ernesto Martin the Master of Drinks Ernesto says: Start with 1/2 of a lime. Squeese the ime into a rock glass were you are going to add 6-10 leaves of mint depending on how minty you want to be. Now on the rock glass you want to crush the mint with lemon juice. Grab a shaker and add the crush mint with the lemon juice and ice. Pour 1/2 Oz of simple syrup and 1 1/2 Oz of dragon stawberry Bacardi. Shake shake shake it all up and pour it into a pint glass add a splash of sprite or sirra mist and garnish with a lime wedge and a mint spear. You can deviate by adding other flavors of Bacardi. You ready! Models of Colorado Magazine | Models of Colorado.com | © 2012 | Issue 4


USAF takes delivery of the GBU-57A/B Penetrator - now there's nowhere to hide...

An artist's impression of the GBU-57A/B Military technology has created some fearsome weapons, such as the 5,000 lb GBU-28 Deep Throat bunker buster, 15,000 lb BLU-82 Daisycutter, 15,650 lb Russian ATBIP (Aviation Thermobaric Bomb of Increased Power), 22,000 lbGrand Slam earthquake bomb, and the 22,600 lbGBU-43 MOAB (Massive Ordnance Air Blast), but if you were hiding under 50 meters of hardened concrete, none of them were going to bother you. Not any more! The U.S. Air Force has just taken delivery of the first GBU-57A/B MOP (Massive Ordnance Penetrator). It weighs 30,000 lb and will penetrate 200 ft of hardened concrete BEFORE it goes off. If you are reading this from an underground nuclear facility in Iran or North Korea , might we suggest some extended sick leave is (or soon will be) in order.

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Perhaps the most surprising aspect of the Massive Ordnance Penetrator is that it is a relatively simple weapon. The GBU acronym at the front of the the official designation for the Massive Ordnance Penetrator (GBU57A/B or MOP) can be found at the front of the name of almost everything the United States Air Force drops from a plane these days.

With aerial refueling, there is now nowhere to hide God Bless America Not all that long ago, bombs were dropped in large numbers in the hope that at least some of them would hit their target.

MOPs. Which means they will not likely see it coming. These days, almost every bomb and missile is delivered with pinpoint accuracy. GBU stands for Guided Bomb Unit, and it means that the 20 foot GBU-57 A/B missile is zeroed in on the target by a GPS navigation system guiding its four lattice-type fins.

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Not surprisingly, the bomb is intended for only one purpose - to destroy the type of hardened concrete bunkers which house central command facilities and weapons of mass destruction. It’s hence not surprising that the program has been hurried into readiness with the growing concern that Iran has developed nuclear weaponry. It is designed to penetrate supposedly untouchable facilities in one piece. The warhead case of the MOP is made from a special high performance steel alloy designed to maintain the integrity of the penetrator case during impact so that the payload can then do its job most effectively by exploding deep underground.

The MOP is deployed from high altitude and allows gravity to add momentum to its 30,000 pound weight so that it hits with enormous kinetic energy. Put simply, the MOP hits exactly where it is intended to hit with enough energy to bury itself 200+ feet into hardened concrete, then it explodes its 5,300 pound warhead.

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The MOP is designed to be carried aboard B-2 and B-52 bombers so there's nowhere that is out of reach. The B-52 has a combat range of nearly 9000 miles, but aerial refueling means it effectively has an unlimited range. During Operation Desert Strike on September 2/3, 1996, two B-52s flew out of Barksdale Air Force Base in Louisiana and disrupted communications in Baghdad with AGM-86C cruise missiles. By the time the mission was over, 34 hours had expired. Hence it would be fair to say that the B-52 is only limited in its range by the endurance of the four-person air crew.

The most likely aircraft to deliver the MOP however, is the B-2 Spirit which like the B-52, can carry two MOPs. Which means they will not likely see it coming.

The largely composite B-2 has vastly reduced infrared, acoustic, electromagnetic, visual and radar signatures, extraordinary aerodynamic efficiency, a long range (6000 miles) without refueling and a massive payload. It is hence a potent delivery system for the likes of the MOP, as it is very difficult for defensive systems to detect, track and engage.

With aerial refueling, there is now nowhere to hide God Bless America And please thank our Service men and women for our Freedom

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GET OUT OF TOWN As the days get longer and the weather heats up, weekends become an opportunity for an easy escape. Whether it’s flying somewhere excotic, going on a cruise, jogging or strolling through the beautiful city of Denver, Colorado. Here are some ideas for escaping this summer.

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Born and raised in Greeley, CO. Sarah always has been photogenic and loves the cameras, spotlight and attention on her. Sarah first started modeling in car shows such as low rideer Tour car shows one of the biggest event in Denver. Sarah loves doing photoshoots and modeling lingerie, swim, glamour and fashion.

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Model Nikki Photographer: Frank LeBoeuf N I K K I Y O U R G I R L N E X T D O O R

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