Netherlands Maritime Special Operations Force jet suit training for first responder and self-extraction scenarios
Just to be clear: This is not a Special Operations training as the title implies — it’s Richard Browning, the British founder and test pilot at Gravity Industries demonstrating one of the potential uses for their jetpacks to the NL SOF.
Sweet mother of damn that's cool
Quick! Back to the Jupiter II !
Preview of the next mission impossible movie
9/10 times I’m crashing in the waves or the wall of that ship.
🧠 *Pilotwings 64 theme*
I remember being taught in science class that this kind of technology would be impossible. It exists and that teacher is dead. Jet packs 1, Mrs. Robins 0.
I can't wait for the next MCU series, *The Falcon and the Winter Soldier and This Guy*.
GDI Jump Jet Trooper ambush!
This is possibly the best use for such a suit
Imagine you and your pirate buddies hijack a ship and 20-30 of these mofos come on these and shoot yo ass
> Self-extractionCan you imagine, you're chasing a Spec Ops agent through the woods and all of a sudden you see a man just fly away
Whos the cameraman? Lakitu?
I never knew what I wanted to be when I was younger. Now I know why. It didn’t exist until now.
If movies have taught me anything, the test pilot is going to become a super-villain.
"they fly now?!"
Creator: @takeongravity[Longer video](https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=M2KvlQKdBo8)
The Flying Dutchman
Me: “Hey, what do you do for a living?” Him: “I am Iron Man”
Now *this* is futuristic stuff
The M for Man instead of H for heli? 😂
***Iron Man by Black Sabbath starts playing***
How is this remotely practical?
This is the way
Return of the Flying Dutchman! 🇳🇱
That's not that impressive. A single flak trooper can take out 4 or 5 of these guys and they only cost about 200 ore.
How are they capturing the video? Appears to be some type of selfie stick, and the video was stabilized? Doesn't seem real
We’re officially in the future