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Posted By scenefifty

Photos by Aaron Picazo

We have a "throwback" update for you guys that we forgot to blog up on here. Photos from the Airsoft Warriors/Wound Warrior Project Airsoft fundraiser event held at the Schofield Barracks MOUT Training Site on August 27-28 2011 are viewable exclusively on our Facebook page if you haven't yet taken the time to check it out.

Check out the exclusive throwback photos now on our Facebook page:
Photo coverage at the Airsoft Warriors/Wounded Warrior Project Airsoft Event at the Schofield Barracks MOUT Training Site

We would personally like to thank Shaun Toy for hosting event and letting the boys be part of such a tremendous 2-day weekend of intense airsoft competition to help raise money for our service men and wounded warriors that fight for us overseas for our freedoms everyday.



This was a successful weekend for the event as it drew in over 250 players over the 2-day weekend raising over $10,000 for a great cause. We are looking for the next event in the near future!

Check out the exclusive throwback photos now on our Facebook page:
Photo coverage at the Airsoft Warriors/Wounded Warrior Project Airsoft Event at the Schofield Barracks MOUT Training Site

 
Posted By scenefifty
It's a sad sight when you see eight Ferraris, a Lamborghini and a couple of Mercedes-Benz along with some Toyotas reduced to rubble. So glad no one perished in the huge pile up.

Video courtesy of ANN News



Photo courtesy of AP/AP.

“The accident occurred when the driver of a red Ferrari was switching from the right lane to the left and skidded,” said Mitsuyoshi Isejima, executive officer for Yamaguchi Prefecture’s Expressway Traffic Police unit. “It was a gathering of narcissists.” The drivers were aged between 37 and 60 years old, he said.

Read the rest of the article here:
Eight Ferraris crash at ‘gathering of narcissists’ in Japan
Courtesy of Washington Post