Inside NCIS: Los Angeles - "Blaze of Glory"

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Missiles & Rockets

1. Missiles & Rockets

In military usage, the difference between missiles and rockets is that missiles are guided while rockets are unguided. The first missiles that were used operationally were developed by Nazi Germany during World War II and relied on both pre-chosen routes as well as radio-controlled guidance.
Gadsden Flag

2. Gadsden Flag

The traditional "Don't tread on me" flag is called the Gadsden flag, named after American General Christopher Gadsden, who is credited with designing it in 1775.
Tech Talk

3. Tech Talk

When Blaze says "No, any SYN/ACK responses to TCP SYN segments go to the spoofed address." SYN is short for synchronize & ACK is for acknowledgment.
Tech Talk

4. Tech Talk

What does TCP stands for Transmission Control Protocol. TCP complements Internet Protocol, or IP, and the entire suite of protocols is called TCP/IP. In general, TCP delivers streamed packets of data between hosts communicating over an IP network.
The Danish Gambit

5. The Danish Gambit

The Danish Gambit is an offensive strategy in chess that sacrifices one or two pawns to open up the attack. It is credited to Danish player Martin Severin who used it in an 1867 chess tournament in Paris.
The Society of Women Engineers

6. The Society of Women Engineers

Founded in 1950 The Society of Women Engineers is a not-for-profit organization that empowers women to succeed and advance in the field of engineering. SWE is the driving force that establishes engineering as a highly desirable career for women through an exciting array of training and development programs, networking opportunities, scholarships, and outreach and advocacy activities.