Draco- AK-79 - History

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A northern constellation.

(AK-79: dp. 4,023, 1. 441'6" b. 56'11", dr. 28'4", s. 12
k.; cpL 198; a. 1 5" 1 3"; cl. Crater)

Draco (AK-79) was launched 19 January 1943 as John M. Palmer by Permanente Metals Corp., Richmond Calif., under a Maritime Commission contract, sponsored by Miss G. M. San Facon; transferred to the Navy 31 January 1943; and commissioned 16 February 1943 Lieutenant Commander E. L. Evey, USNR, in command.

Draco towed YFD-21 from Seattle by way of Pearl Harbor to Espiritu Santo, arriving 5 May 1943. She carried cargo from Auckland, New Zealand, to bases on Noumea, Espiritu Santo, Guadalcanal, and the Fiji Islands, and acted in support of the consolidation of the Solomons, the invasions of Cape Torokina, Bougainville, and of Emirau Island. From 27 July to 10 August 1944 she unloaded cargo at Guam in the capture and occupation of that island, then returned to cargo runs between New Zealand and the Solomons until arriving at Ulithi 26 May 1945.

Draco sailed from Ulithi 20 June 1945 for Okinawa, where she discharged Army supplies from 26 June to 12 July. Sailing by way of Guadalcanal to load salvaged equipment and vehicles, Draco arrived at Taeoma, Wash., 27 August 1945. Draco was decommissioned 28 November 1945 and returned to the Maritime Commission for disposal the same day.

Draco received two battle stars for World War II service.

For compact use, Draco delivers! The Draco comes with a 30-round standard capacity magazine (Draco accepts all standard AK magazines).

Stamped receiver, 1:10 twist barrel with a 14x1 LH thread. NOTE: CLEANING ROD NOT INCLUDED.



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What Is The Draco Reptilian Empire?

The Draco Reptilian empire arose from the alpha empire of the Dragon, made up of several reptilian species, including the winged DRACOs, the large reptilians that lead several groups of Grey-Reptilians reproduced by poly-embryonation, and hatching from eggs and by cloning. A class of particularly malicious, dark, iguana-faced sorcerer-priests. They often wear a hooded dress and those who are between 1.20m and 1.50m tall. Are reptilian-amphibians, with a lizard face. Often a Nordic type is seen in the company of these Reptilians, especially during hybridization experiments on abducted humans. I have seen them with the Greys as well. I for one, have never encountered a bad or negative Reptilian. There many types of them. Just like Humans some are bad and some good.

A so-called Agarthian tradition tells residents of Mt Shasta (part of the “Silver Fleet” alliance) saw the hidden history of Earth, in a secret library below the Himalayas. The holographic documents recorded on a Crystal, revealed the existence of an ancient race of pre-Scandinavians, allied to a race of giant Humans who had a powerful civilization, whose center was in the middle of the Gobi Sea. (now Gobi Desert.) These blond, blue-eyed Nords and Nephilim fought against a race of Draco Reptilians based in Antarctica.

These creatures were apparently mutated from bipedal Saurians. They could create the illusion of a human form and infiltrate the human race, like chameleons. They were recognized when they were made to pronounce the word, “Kiningin, which the Draco Reptilians could pronounce.”That is interesting to know, most of what i have read or YouTube videos indicate the eyes would be a good indication.

Legend has it that Russian scientists found some Draco Reptilian bodies in hibernation and these beings killed scientists with their faces hidden, and infiltrated the Soviet government. The Draco Reptilians say they sent colonizers to other solar systems in the Constellations of Epsilon Bootes, Altaïr, Aquila Cappella, Zeta of the Reticle, Rigel and Beatrix of Orion. (Where there would be a huge population of Reptilian-Grey hybrids). At this moment, the Bavarian forces allied with other Reptilian Imperialist species are fighting against peaceful inhabitants of Space. But Draco Reptilians hate to fight on their own. They prefer to send Terran slaves to fight them. Other systems have been conquered or infiltrated by the Draco.

But they sometimes rebel: they are Sirius, Acturus, Aldebaran, Procyon, Betelgeuse, Barnard’s star in the Centaur, the Ashtar collective, led by SIRIUS B, under the domination of the Reptilians, are people implanted and electronically manipulated by a sort of huge computer. The two groups: United Federation and the Draco Empire, were often at war, one against the other, cut off by truces.

At the moment, a war is raging with varying degrees of violence in the system of Arcturus, the Star of Bernard, Altaïr, Aquila, Aldebaran, but especially in the system of Sirius B, between the Draco Reptilian-Orion forces, and the Pleiadians.

The epicenter of this war is in our solar system, where Draco forces would use: “Nemesis is a dark star, behind the solar system on the road to Orion, very close to Alpha Centaur, protostar which is not yet a star and looks like an invisible frozen planet, the size of Jupiter. From Nemesis, started the planetoids, which served as a basis for the kidnappings of the grays, for the implantation’s and the programs of manipulation of the brain, mutilations, hybridization’s in collaboration with the Bavarian Secret Societies.

These planetoids are the two huge spacecraft that were sighted near Earth in 1953, when they orbited the equator. It was at this time that contact was made with them (CIA) thanks to the 1954 Muroc / Edwars landing, followed by the Treaty of Greada. A staff member, from the AMES research center, confirms that the Clémentine probe, which was supposed to intercept it at the start, underwent at least twelve alterations in its path in a period of 6 months.

Speaking of which, examine Comet Hale-Bopp, which throws dust every seventeen days, while a true comet has a halo, does not produce solar winds that ricochet off its icy, stormy surface. Moreover, the photos of this alleged comet show that it has two cores and that it has already performed 4 course alterations, including a turn at 70 0. (see appendix: the Hale-Bopp comate).

In the 1940s, a conflict breaks out in the vast underground of Utah (Salt). Humans working with the Reptoids, had invaded territories in Dreamland. They were called the priests of the cult of the Black Sun. This underground group had taken over the ancient Atlantean anti-flood possessions.

It is also said that at the end of the 1940s, the reptilian forces based in their operational center in South America, started to settle in the base of Dulce, under Mt. Archuleta, built by humanoids, and occupied by Greys.

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In ancient Greece, since laws were unwritten at first, the social pyramid’s elite of nobles and rich men interpreted and twisted the aforementioned laws for their own exclusive benefit. Of course, as usually happens in such cases, this elite claimed the laws were god-given, and subsequently, holy and to be blindly followed by all members of society… except themselves. At this time, however, something somewhat new to recorded history started to happen- certain people consistently began to think more logically about such laws, and finally initiated protests against the so-called “noble and holy habit” of creating and interpreting laws. The common people, thus, demanded a single, written and organized legal system that would be fair and practical for every social class.

In this way, Draco, the first legislator of Athens in ancient Greece, is introduced to us. Though, Draco wasn’t the first person to document a complete system of laws, he was the first democratic legislator in recorded history, given that he was the first lawgiver to write a codes of law following overwhelming request from the citizens of any ancient city-state. Simultaneously, the initiation and realization of written law came with an extremely high cost for local Athenian society, and actually worked to the disadvantage of the same citizens who had petitioned Draco to record a legal system.

Nowadays, we may not hear the expression, “Draconian Laws,” very often, but for much of recorded history, this term in various languages has been synonymous with harshness, severity, brutality, and unmitigated terror. However, what were the Draconian Laws? Where does the name originate from, and most importantly, why did it inspire so much fear and intimidation?

As briefly mentioned, the Draconian Laws were ancient Athens’ established code of law, reportedly introduced to local Athenian society by lawmaker Draco around 621 BCE, from whom the laws take their name. Draco, one of the ancient and most prominent tyrants, also lived strictly and had a decorated professional career, making him the ideal lawmaker in the eyes of fellow Athenians. Although usually regarded as the first lawmaker in Athenian history, in reality, six men preceded him in institutionalizing unwritten laws and codes.

In 624 BC, Draco’s fellow Athenian citizens commissioned him to write Athens’ code of law. By 621 BC, he delivered a comprehensive and thorough legal system, written on plates to be placed publicly in the Athenian Agora. Instead of oral laws arbitrarily applied and interpreted, as well as known only to a limited number of citizens who belonged to the upper social class, all laws now were publicly written, and thereby known to all literate citizens.

These laws, though fundamentally fair and applicable for every citizen regardless of heritage, social class, or wealth, proved to be extremely strict. The punishments for minor offenses were ridiculously harsh. For instance, the theft of a piece of fruit or sleeping in a public place were punishable by death! Similarly minor offenses could easily see a person turned from a free citizen to a slave.

The Draconian Laws’ harshness and inhumanity, as a result, caused a lot of controversy and resentment within diverse circles of Athenian society. Furthermore, according to Aristotle, these laws were first written in human blood rather than ink. In addition, one of the greatest minds and philosophers of the time, Plutarch of Athens, openly challenged Draco’s choices and claimed Draco’s laws were the work of an insane man. Plutarch thus wrote in the Life of Solon,

It is said that Draco himself, when asked why he had fixed the punishment of death for most offenses, answered that he considered these lesser crimes to deserve it, and he had no greater punishment for more important ones.

Despite its many flaws and brutal punishments, Draco’s Code of Laws became the first in known history to differentiate between unintentional homicides, usually punished by sentence of exile, with intentional murders, in contrast, punished by the death penalty.

This contribution of Draco to Athenian law and society, however, wasn’t enough to maintain his harsh written code of laws very long. Only thirty years later, most of the Draconian Laws were abolished and replaced successfully by Solon’s reforms and new laws. Solon, widely considered the father of Modern Western Law, did not manage to fully pass legislation against the political and moral deterioration of his age. Still, he led Athenian society out of the dark and harsh “Draconian Era” and most historians credit him as the Athenian who laid the foundations for the city-state’s later “perfect” democracy.

In the end, Draco’s story and his infamous Draconian Laws, offers us much food for thought and teaches us numerous political lessons. Draco, though commissioned by the majority of his co-citizens, and not the “gods” like his predecessors, failed to deliver a people-friendly legal system. Instead, he became notorious for delivering one of the most inhumane and harshest legal codes the world has ever known. Nevertheless, from the ashes of that failure a revolutionary system slowly emerged which would soon set the foundation for a significant portion of modern law and politics in the Western world.

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For all platforms, you must first generate the project/make files and then compile the examples.

To generate project/make files for the default toolchain on your system, run cmake from a directory where you would like to generate build files, and pass it the path to your Draco repository.

E.g. Starting from Draco root.

On Windows, the above command will produce Visual Studio project files for the newest Visual Studio detected on the system. On Mac OS X and Linux systems, the above command will produce a makefile .

To control what types of projects are generated, add the -G parameter to the cmake command. This argument must be followed by the name of a generator. Running cmake with the --help argument will list the available generators for your system.

On Mac OS X, run the following command to generate Xcode projects:

On a Windows box you would run the following command to generate Visual Studio 2019 projects:

To generate 64-bit Windows Visual Studio 2019 projects:

CMake Build Configuration

Debugging and Optimization

Unlike Visual Studio and Xcode projects, the build configuration for make builds is controlled when you run cmake . The following examples demonstrate various build configurations.

Omitting the build type produces makefiles that use release build flags by default:

A makefile using release (optimized) flags is produced like this:

A release build with debug info can be produced as well:

And your standard debug build will be produced using:

To enable the use of sanitizers when the compiler in use supports them, set the sanitizer type when running CMake:

Draco includes testing support built using Googletest. To enable Googletest unit test support the DRACO_TESTS cmake variable must be turned on at cmake generation time:

When cmake is used as shown in the above example the googletest directory must be a sibling of the Draco repository root directory. To run the tests execute draco_tests from your build output directory.

The WebAssembly decoder can be built using the existing cmake build file by passing the path the Emscripten's cmake toolchain file at cmake generation time in the CMAKE_TOOLCHAIN_FILE variable and enabling the WASM build option. In addition, the EMSCRIPTEN environment variable must be set to the local path of the parent directory of the Emscripten tools directory.

WebAssembly Mesh Only Decoder

WebAssembly Point Cloud Only Decoder

The javascript encoder and decoder can be built using the existing cmake build file by passing the path the Emscripten's cmake toolchain file at cmake generation time in the CMAKE_TOOLCHAIN_FILE variable. In addition, the EMSCRIPTEN environment variable must be set to the local path of the parent directory of the Emscripten tools directory.

Note The WebAssembly decoder should be favored over the JavaScript decoder.

These are the basic commands needed to build Draco for iOS targets.

After building for each target the libraries can be merged into a single universal/fat library using lipo, and then used in iOS applications.

It's sometimes useful to build Draco command line tools and run them directly on Android devices via adb.

After building the tools they can be moved to an android device via the use of adb push , and then run within an adb shell instance.

Android Studio Project Integration

Tested on Android Studio 3.5.3.

To include Draco in an existing or new Android Studio project, reference it from the cmake file of an existing native project that has a minimum SDK version of 18 or higher. The project must support C++11. To add Draco to your project:

Create a new "Native C++" project.

Add the following somewhere within the CMakeLists.txt for your project before the add_library() for your project's native-lib:

Add the library target "draco" to the target_link_libraries() call for your project's native-lib. The target_link_libraries() call for an empty activity native project looks like this after the addition of Draco:

You can download and install Draco using the vcpkg dependency manager:

The Draco port in vcpkg is kept up to date by Microsoft team members and community contributors. If the version is out of date, please create an issue or pull request on the vcpkg repository.

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  • The Draco constellation never sets below the horizon, as a result it is visible all year in the Northern hemisphere.
  • Constellations that don't set are known as circumpolar constellations.
  • Draco is one of five circumpolar constellations in the Northern hemisphere.
  • The constellation of Draco is only partially visible in some northerly regions of the Southern hemisphere during the winter months.
  • Despite being one of the largest constellations it is not particularly noticable in the night sky due to the dimness of most of its stars.
  • Draco is Latin for dragon.
  • A small galaxy known as the Draco Dwarf exists within the constellation, it's a satellite of our own galaxy, the Milky Way.
  • The Cat's Eye Nebula is also situated within the boundaries of the Draco constellation.
  • Draco was one of the original constellations catalogued by the Greco-Roman astronomer Ptolemy in the 2nd century.

From January to March the constellation will first appear low in the horizon in a northerly direction at around 6 pm, as the night progresses it will become higher in the night sky before disappearing at day break around 7 am.

From July to September the constellation will be visible almost directly overhead at around 10 pm, it will gradually move lower towards the horizon in a north-westerly direction before day breaks around 5 am.

From October to December it will appear high in the sky in the north-west at around 6 pm, by 2 am it will be almost directly north and low on the horizon, by day break the constellation will be in a north-easterly direction.

Draco is only partially visible in the months of July to September, it will be appear low on the horizon in a northerly direction at around 7 pm, it will remain low on the horizon before disappearing below it at around midnight to 4 am depending on the month.

What caused the Draco crash & what are the learning lessons?

Being the stand-up take-ownership kind of guy that Mike is, shortly after crawling out of the wreckage of Draco, he filmed an after-action review (AAR) video titled simply Draco crash today. In the video description Mike shared, “I’m heartbroken. I will learn from my mistake, maybe showing where I failed others may learn as well.”

As he relives the accident that led to Draco’s demise, Mike makes one thing very clear. “This was all my fault. 100 percent. I hope we all learn something and become better pilots because of my mistake…all my mistake.”

The way Mike sees it, he didn’t have control once a strong crosswind gust picked up Draco’s left wing and turned the plane into a kite, but he did have control when he made two key mistakes leading up to that moment.

Mistake #1: “I had control when I made that first mistake, to not wait it out a little bit longer.”

A storm front was moving in and Mike was attempting to beat the weather. This led him to make the decision to head out to the runway in conditions that weren’t favorable. In retrospect, he wishes he had waited for the front to pass through.

Mistake #2: “I had control when I made the second mistake and got on the runway and felt [the crosswind] completely compressing my right suspension trying to lift my wing.”

If the weather reports weren’t enough to make him turn back, Mike now acknowledges that he should have made the decision to postpone the flight once he got out to the runway and felt what the crosswind was doing to the aircraft.

The two mistakes that Mike identified highlight an important lesson that we can all take away from this crash:

In many cases of pilot error, the pilot decides to do something he or she knows full well is a risky decision. The warning signs are there, and if we respect and listen to them, we may avoid living out our own Draco disaster (or worse).


The main character in the 1996 film Dragonheart gets his name from this constellation. The film also reveals that Draco is actually a dragon heaven, where dragons go when their time in this world is complete, and if they have upheld the oath of an ancient dragon to guard mankind, with dragons otherwise fading into nothing upon their deaths. At the conclusion of the film, Draco, the last dragon, ascends into the constellation after he sacrifices himself to destroy an evil king that he had saved years ago.

The chess opening called the Dragon Variation of the Sicilian Defense was also named after the constellation by Russian chess master Fyodor Dus-Chotimirsky.

The Beyblade Lightning L-Drago 100HF and its evolutions Meteo L-Drago LW105LF and L-Drago Destructor F:S are inspired by/based on the Draco constellation. They all feature three dragon heads chasing each other in a counter-clockwise motion, possibly referencing Ladon's multiple heads.

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