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Hussaini Suspension Bridge, The World's Most Dangerous Bridge in Pakistan. Testing my nerves at the Hussaini Hanging Bridge at Hussaini Village situated in Hunza Valley (Gojal, Upper Hunza).
Hussaini suspension bridge crosses the lake Borit upstream of Hunza river in northern Pakistan. A 2,600 m altitude, in the region of Gilgit-Baltistan is the world's most dangerous bridge. It is an important point of connection of the routes that go to the north of the country, belongs to the people of Pasu and other neighboring villages and ends at the lake itself in Giglit-Baltistan. Since 1978 is relatively isolated by the lack of roads and infrastructure, the only possible way is through the mountains to Rawalpindi, or traffic of aircraft but only for the richest people, Internal insulation between regions is offset by the construction of the Karakoram Highway, which crosses the region from outside. The view from the Hussaini-Borit Lake Bridge is picturesque, not to mention precarious and potentially lethal.
The six main cables are hung from one bank to another. Massive gaps between the wooden planks, Many planks are missing, and strong winds shake the bridge. It does little to ease nerves that a previous, older, broken bridge hangs in tatters next to the "new" one. It is very dangerous to cross the Borit Lake and rapidly flowing Hunza River is particularly frightening, reason for being named world’s most dangerous suspension bridge and also world's most attractive bridge. Hussaini Bridge is also one of the most Oldest Bridge of Pakistan.
The truly death-defying thrills and fears associated with crossing this bridge where sudden gusts of winds can hit travelers off their feet to face to face with death. Despite its dangerous looks, however, the Hussaini is is a relatively safe bridge and has become something of a tourist draw, with hikers testing their nerves as they carefully work their way across.
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Explore the USS Eisenhower during combat training and see why the flight deck of an aircraft carrier is one of the most dangerous spots in the world to work.
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In the middle of deployment training off the Atlantic Coast, the aircraft carrier USS Dwight D. Eisenhower's 5,000 sailors prepared for a missile strike.
Dressed in flame-retardant hoods and gloves, they practiced battling fires, containing flooding and testing for chemical or biological agents.
"All hands man battle stations," commanders instructed over the ship's communications system as alarms blared. "Missiles inbound, brace for shot."
Hours later, the Eisenhower's executive officer signaled the end of the night exercise. Robert Aguilar wasn't happy.
"We are moving out of training and moving into combat," he told the ship. "This is no time for smoking and joking. We are getting ourselves ready for the war that we are headed into."
That was in April 2016. The Eisenhower and its accompanying carrier strike group, more than 7,000 sailors in total, deployed two months later to the eastern Mediterranean, where they joined the international fight to contain ISIS and served as a deterrent to threats from Russia, Iran, Syria and others in the volatile region.
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The USA TODAY NETWORK VR team and a reporter from the Pensacola News Journal visited the nuclear-powered aircraft carrier to gather exclusive 360-degree video and photos during three days of round-the-clock air operations. An interactive VR experience for the HTC Vive allows the user to explore a virtual model of the Eisenhower and discover 360-degree photos and videos from above and below deck.
“Eisenhower VR” is the first time a major news organization has told a story combining 360-degree video and VR interactivity on such a large scale.
Interactive versions are available for the HTC Vive and for Google Daydream headsets. 360-degree video features are best-viewed on smartphones or VR via the Virtual Reality section of the USA TODAY app (iOS | Android), the USA TODAY YouTube and Facebook channels. Samsung Gear or Playstation VR users can find the videos in the Littlstar app.
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