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Chuck Norris Fact: Chuck Has a New Show About Kick A** Military Vehicles
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Look out, girlyman vehicles: "CHUCK NORRIS' Epic Guide to Military Vehicles" just debuted on the History Channel, featuring the most incredible works of engineering and military might you've ever seen.
Also, when a zombie apocalypse starts, Chuck Norris doesn't try to survive. The zombies do.
Here's a description of Chuck's new show from The History Channel:
"From an amphibious truck that can charge over deep sea and water in a flash, to a six-wheeled Humvee with more firepower than some tanks – Chuck Norris will take viewers on a tour through the wildest vehicles in the history of the Armed Forces in this one-hour HISTORY special."
Also, A cobra bit Chuck Norris' leg in 1996. After five days of excruciating pain, the cobra died.
Chuck Norris is a man of many skills. He's a decorated Air Force veteran, a martial arts master, an accomplished actor, and he's sold a sh*t ton of "Total Gym" workout machines.
Here's Chuck in action:
Also, Chuck Norris can kill your imaginary friends.
Monday night's edition of Chuck's new program featured the Joint Light Tactical Vehicle (JLTV), developed for the Army and Marines and stronger than a Humvee; the Stryker, which packs heavy machine guns, automatic grenade launchers, and guided missiles into its 19-ton frame; and a 65-ton tank, the M1A2 Abrams.
Also, Chuck Norris once beat the sun in a staring contest.
Jason Hammer can hear sign language, build a snowman out of rain, and do a wheelie on a unicycle.
Rob Kendall used to serve in local government.
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