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Big Wind supersonic fire killer

Big Wind supersonic fire killer

(0:59) The most extreme fire extinguisher on the planet, Big Wind is a jet-powered fire extinguisher built by a Hungarian engineering team from a Russian T-34 tank and engines from MiG-21 jets.

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didn't see a poxy thing? Whgat happened again!?

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didn't see a poxy thing? Whgat happened again!?

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During the Hungarian revolution in 1956, clever workers rushed into Budapest from a nearby factory, took apart a Russian tank that had been burned with oil and gasoline filled wine bottles, and converted it into a field artillery piece. Don't underestimate the engineering skills of these remarkable people.

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During the Hungarian revolution in 1956, clever workers rushed into Budapest from a nearby factory, took apart a Russian tank that had been burned with oil and gasoline filled wine bottles, and converted it into a field artillery piece. Don't underestimate the engineering skills of these remarkable people.

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