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Beitrag 19. Jan 2010, 07:41 | Beitrag #271
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Gibt es eigentlich auch 3t. Anbieter für die SIG 55x Reihe? Wäre mitlerweile ja doch auch bei ein paar Streitkräften im Einsatz und 100CHF für ein Magazin ist einfach zu teuer...
 
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Beitrag 19. Jan 2010, 20:25 | Beitrag #272
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Nicht, daß Ich wüßte. Mußt Du wohl selber einige Schnitzen oder einen von diesen SIGArms-USA Nachbauten kaufen, die nehmen M16 Magazine. Kann man eigentlich G36 Magazine mit etwas Bearbeitung in SG550 stecken?


Trennung.

Oder doch in den Witzfred?
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U.S. Military Weapons Inscribed With Secret 'Jesus' Bible Codes
By JOSEPH RHEE, TAHMAN BRADLEY and BRIAN ROSSToday, 7:09 PM EST

Supplier for rifle sights says it has 'always' added New Testament references.
Coded references to New Testament Bible passages about Jesus Christ are inscribed on high-powered rifle sights provided to the United States military by a Michigan company, an ABC News investigation has found.

The sights are used by U.S. troops in Iraq and Afghanistan and in the training of Iraqi and Afghan soldiers. The maker of the sights, Trijicon, has a $660 million multi-year contract to provide up to 800,000 sights to the Marine Corps, and additional contracts to provide sights to the U.S. Army.

U.S. military rules specifically prohibit the proselytizing of any religion in Iraq or Afghanistan and were drawn up in order to prevent criticism that the U.S. was embarked on a religious "Crusade" in its war against al Qaeda and Iraqi insurgents.

One of the citations on the gun sights, 2COR4:6, is an apparent reference to Second Corinthians 4:6 of the New Testament, which reads: "For God, who commanded the light to shine out of darkness, hath shined in our hearts, to give the light of the knowledge of the glory of God in the face of Jesus Christ."

Other references include citations from the books of Revelation, Matthew and John dealing with Jesus as "the light of the world." John 8:12, referred to on the gun sights as JN8:12, reads, "Whoever follows me will never walk in darkness, but will have the light of life."

Trijicon confirmed to ABCNews.com that it adds the biblical codes to the sights sold to the U.S. military. Tom Munson, director of sales and marketing for Trijicon, which is based in Wixom, Michigan, said the inscriptions "have always been there" and said there was nothing wrong or illegal with adding them. Munson said the issue was being raised by a group that is "not Christian." The company has said the practice began under its founder, Glyn Bindon, a devout Christian from South Africa who was killed in a 2003 plane crash.

'It violates the Constitution'

The company's vision is described on its Web site: "Guided by our values, we endeavor to have our products used wherever precision aiming solutions are required to protect individual freedom."
"We believe that America is great when its people are good," says the Web site. "This goodness has been based on Biblical standards throughout our history, and we will strive to follow those morals."

Spokespeople for the U.S. Army and the Marine Corps both said their services were unaware of the biblical markings. They said officials were discussing what steps, if any, to take in the wake of the ABCNews.com report. It is not known how many Trijicon sights are currently in use by the U.S. military.

The biblical references appear in the same type font and size as the model numbers on the company's Advanced Combat Optical Guides, called the ACOG.

A photo on a Department of Defense Web site shows Iraqi soldiers being trained by U.S. troops with a rifle equipped with the bible-coded sights.

"It's wrong, it violates the Constitution, it violates a number of federal laws," said Michael "Mikey" Weinstein of the Military Religious Freedom Foundation, an advocacy group that seeks to preserve the separation of church and state in the military.

'Firearms of Jesus Christ'

"It allows the Mujahedeen, the Taliban, al Qaeda and the insurrectionists and jihadists to claim they're being shot by Jesus rifles," he said.
Weinstein, an attorney and former Air Force officer, said many members of his group who currently serve in the military have complained about the markings on the sights. He also claims they've told him that commanders have referred to weapons with the sights as "spiritually transformed firearm of Jesus Christ."

He said coded biblical inscriptions play into the hands of "those who are calling this a Crusade."

According to a government contracting watchdog group, fedspending.org, Trijicon had more than $100 million in government contracts in fiscal year 2008. The Michigan company won a $33 million Pentagon contract in July, 2009 for a new machine gun optic, according to Defense Industry Daily. The company's earnings from the U.S. military jumped significantly after 2005, when it won a $660 million long-term contract to supply the Marine Corps with sights.

"This is probably the best example of violation of the separation of church and state in this country," said Weinstein. "It's literally pushing fundamentalist Christianity at the point of a gun against the people that we're fighting. We're emboldening an enemy."
Quelle: http://abcnews.go.com/Blotter/us-military-...tory?id=9575794

Ganz unrecht hat er ja nicht, der Weinstein, aber so weit Ich weiß sind doch die Bibelsprüche schon länger auf ACOGs zu finden, oder?

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Beitrag 19. Jan 2010, 20:44 | Beitrag #273
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ZITAT
Marine Corps Concerned About 'Jesus Guns,' Will Meet With Trijicon
Following ABC News Report of Secret Bible Verses on Weapons Used in Muslim Lands, Marines Will Meet With Maker of Equipment
By JOSEPH RHEE and MARK SCHONE

Jan. 19, 2010 —


Following an ABC News report that thousands of gun sights used by the U.S. military in Iraq and Afghanistan are inscribed with secret Bible references, a spokesperson for the Marine Corps said the Corps is 'concerned' and will discuss the matter with the weapons manufacturer.

"We are aware of the issue and are concerned with how this may be perceived," Capt. Geraldine Carey, a spokesperson for the Marine Corps, said in a statement to ABC News. "We will meet with the vendor to discuss future sight procurements." Carey said that when the initial deal was made in 2005 it was the only product that met the Corps needs.

However, a spokesperson for CentCom, the U.S. military's overall command in Iraq and Aghanistan, said he did not understand why the issue was any different from U.S. money with religious inscriptions on it.

"The perfect parallel that I see," said Maj. John Redfield, spokesperson for CentCom, told ABC News, "is between the statement that's on the back of our dollar bills, which is 'In God We Trust,' and we haven't moved away from that."

Said Redfield, "Unless the equipment that's being used that has these inscriptions proved to be less than effective for soldiers, sailors, airmen, Marines and military folks using it, I wouldn't see why we would stop using that."

A spokesperson for the Army told ABC News that the Army was looking into the procurement "to see if anything is amiss here. We are still checking."


As ABC News reported Monday, the sights are used by U.S. troops in Iraq and Afghanistan and in the training of Iraqi and Afghan soldiers. The maker of the sights, Trijicon, has a $660 million multi-year contract to provide up to 800,000 sights to the Marine Corps, and additional contracts to provide sights to the U.S. Army.

U.S. military rules specifically prohibit the proselytizing of any religion in Iraq or Afghanistan and were drawn up in order to prevent criticism that the U.S. was embarked on a religious "Crusade" in its war against al Qaeda and Iraqi insurgents.

'This Does Not Constitute Proselytizing'

One of the citations on the gun sights, 2COR4:6, is an apparent reference to Second Corinthians 4:6 of the New Testament, which reads: "For God, who commanded the light to shine out of darkness, hath shined in our hearts, to give the light of the knowledge of the glory of God in the face of Jesus Christ."

Other references include citations from the books of Revelation, Matthew and John dealing with Jesus as "the light of the world." John 8:12, referred to on the gun sights as JN8:12, reads, "Whoever follows me will never walk in darkness, but will have the light of life."

Trijicon confirmed to ABCNews.com that it adds the biblical codes to the sights sold to the U.S. military. Tom Munson, director of sales and marketing for Trijicon, which is based in Wixom, Michigan, said the inscriptions "have always been there" and said there was nothing wrong or illegal with adding them.

Munson said the issue was being raised by a group that is "not Christian." The company has said the practice began under its founder, Glyn Bindon, a devout Christian from South Africa who was killed in a 2003 plane crash.

On Monday, spokespeople for the U.S. Army and the Marine Corps both told ABC News their services were unaware of the biblical markings. On Tuesday, Redfield of CentCom told ABC News that the inscriptions did not violate the directive against proselytizing. "This does not constitute proselytizing because this equipment is not issued beyond the U.S. Defense Department personnel. It's not something we're giving away to the local folks."

But ABC News was able to find repeated references to the Biblical citations in on-line discussions of the gun sights. In August 2009, a poster named "Latex Ducky" tells other posters on a forum for firearm enthusiasts called "The Firing Line" about the inscriptions. "Here's something interesting: There should be a reference to a Bible verse on the base of the scope."

Back in 2006, on a self-described "Armageddon Forum," a number of users discuss the Bible references. "Seems there's a different verse on each model," writes Mr45auto. "They chose some whoppers too!"

After the Blotter's report Monday morning, the TPM Muckraker news Web site listed numerous references to the Trijicon Bible codes on-line dating back several years, including a January 2006 thread on a gaming forum that said "DoD contractor puts bible verses on it's (sic) products."

In May of 2006, a poster on Militaryphotos.net began a comment thread by asking, "Has anyone ever noticed the Bible verse on their ACOG sight?" Another user responds, "Yeah I read about that recently, but I didn't know there were than many different verses on all the different optics."

A video on YouTube that discusses the Bible verses had close to 20,000 views. "One of the really cool things that I like about this sight," says the maker of the video, is the Bible verse. "It says JN8:12. What that is is John 8:12."

"I love it. I love it. Yes, Trijicon, those guys are Christians. On all of their different sights they have verses on there."

"For those of you who aren't Christians, well, you know, get over it."

In another video, the same YouTube user notes the reference to Second Corinthians on a Trijicon scope.

'They Should Fix Them All'

"It's wrong, it violates the Constitution, it violates a number of federal laws," said Michael "Mikey" Weinstein of the Military Religious Freedom Foundation, an advocacy group that seeks to preserve the separation of church and state in the military.

Weinstein, an attorney and former Air Force officer, said many members of his group who currently serve in the military have complained about the markings on the sights. He also claims they've told him that commanders have referred to weapons with the sights as "spiritually transformed firearm[s] of Jesus Christ."

Weinstein said coded biblical inscriptions play into the hands of those who call the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan "a Crusade."

Retired Army Major General William Nash, now an ABC News consultant, said he had "no problem" with organizations providing Bibles and other religious tracts to U.S. troops. "But I do have a problem," said Nash, "with military equipment being labeled in a way where it seems like it's our god against their god."

Nash, who commanded the first brigade of the third armored division during Desert Storm in Iraq, said the Pentagon should make Trijicon remove the Bible codes from their sights.

Said Nash, "They should fix them all, they should do a modification on those sights and take off those inscriptions. And if they fail to do that they should be penalized."

Click Here for the Blotter Homepage.

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noch ne kleine Worterklärung:
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Main Entry: pros·e·ly·tize
Pronunciation: \ˈprä-s(ə-)lə-ˌtīz\
Function: verb
Inflected Form(s): pros·e·ly·tized; pros·e·ly·tiz·ing
Date: 1679

intransitive verb
1 : to induce someone to convert to one's faith
2 : to recruit someone to join one's party, institution, or cause
aus dem Merriam-Webster Wörterbuch


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Beitrag 19. Jan 2010, 22:46 | Beitrag #274
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ZITAT(Panzermann @ 19. Jan 2010, 20:25) *
Nicht, daß Ich wüßte. Mußt Du wohl selber einige Schnitzen oder einen von diesen SIGArms-USA Nachbauten kaufen, die nehmen M16 Magazine. Kann man eigentlich G36 Magazine mit etwas Bearbeitung in SG550 stecken?

wieso sollte man die superklobigen und zudem noch deutlich schneller zerbrechenden G36 klumpen in ein SIG stecken wollen?


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Zitat Auto: "Brumm"
 
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Beitrag 19. Jan 2010, 23:26 | Beitrag #275
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ZITAT(stoenggi @ 19. Jan 2010, 07:41) *
Gibt es eigentlich auch 3t. Anbieter für die SIG 55x Reihe? Wäre mitlerweile ja doch auch bei ein paar Streitkräften im Einsatz und 100CHF für ein Magazin ist einfach zu teuer...


Viel Spass beim importieren.

Dazu brauchst du allerdings eine Kriegswaffeneinfuhrbewilligung. Porto & Zoll dürften auch nicht ganz günstig werden.


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Beitrag 20. Jan 2010, 15:16 | Beitrag #276
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30 rd Polymer magazines for SIG SwissArms rifles. Pinned to 5 rds for the Canadian market.


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Beitrag 20. Jan 2010, 20:20 | Beitrag #277
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ZITAT(goschi @ 18. Jan 2010, 22:46) *
ZITAT(Racer @ 18. Jan 2010, 20:36) *
Soll allerdings nicht in den AR Schacht passen confused.gif

confused.gif
das Ding ist ein (langes) STANAG-Magazin für AR-15-Magazinschächte, wieso sollte das nicht passen?


Deshalb ja das confused.gif

Habs nochmals nachgelesen: es soll in die Ar15 Schächte passen, aber nicht in die HK416. So war zumindest die Behauptung in einem Forum.

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Beitrag 20. Jan 2010, 21:05 | Beitrag #278
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Kann gut sein. Hk hat doch extra einen schmaleren Magazinschacht verbaut damit die Standart AR15 Magazine nicht so stark wackeln. Bei Magpull hat man wohl die Philosophie etwas breitere Magazine herzustellen um selbiges zu ereichen.

Folglich

Schmaler Schacht + breites Magazin = Blöd

Das Problem tritt aber weiß Gott nicht nur bei diesem Mag auf.

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Beitrag 20. Jan 2010, 21:13 | Beitrag #279
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ZITAT(HK G36k-sd @ 20. Jan 2010, 21:05) *
Bei Magpull hat man wohl die Philosophie etwas breitere Magazine herzustellen um selbiges zu ereichen.

Und daher für das HK416 und einige andere Waffen das EMag herausgebracht.


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Beitrag 20. Jan 2010, 21:21 | Beitrag #280
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War mir bisher völlig unbekannt, aber man lernt ja bekanntlich nie aus.

Besten Dank xyxthumbs.gif
 
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Beitrag 20. Jan 2010, 21:31 | Beitrag #281
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ZITAT(HK G36k-sd @ 20. Jan 2010, 21:05) *
Kann gut sein. Hk hat doch extra einen schmaleren Magazinschacht verbaut damit die Standart AR15 Magazine nicht so stark wackeln. Bei Magpull hat man wohl die Philosophie etwas breitere Magazine herzustellen um selbiges zu ereichen.

Folglich

Schmaler Schacht + breites Magazin = Blöd

Das Problem tritt aber weiß Gott nicht nur bei diesem Mag auf.


Das HK416 Magazin wurde ursprünglich für das L85 konstruiert, welches einen schmäleren Magazinschacht hat.



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Beitrag 21. Jan 2010, 00:26 | Beitrag #282
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Aha. hm, schön daß sich alle so schön an die STANG 4713 (oder welche Zahl das war) halten. Oder ist die vielleicht ungenau definiert?


Trennung.

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Nicht, daß Ich wüßte. Mußt Du wohl selber einige Schnitzen oder einen von diesen SIGArms-USA Nachbauten kaufen, die nehmen M16 Magazine. Kann man eigentlich G36 Magazine mit etwas Bearbeitung in SG550 stecken?

wieso sollte man die superklobigen und zudem noch deutlich schneller zerbrechenden G36 klumpen in ein SIG stecken wollen?

Sie kosten keine 100 CHF? wink.gif

Ich habe leider noch kein Stg90 Magazin aus der Nähe gesehen, von daher wußte Ich jetzt nicht wie groß die Unterschiede in den Abmessungen sind.


Und was die Zerbrechlichkeit betrifft, wollten Du und Carlos nicht jeweils ein 30er laden und auf den Boden schmeißen? Ich meine da war mal was gewesen vor langer langer Zeit. *grübel*

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neuer Helm für US Army und USMC:

ZITAT
Plastic helmets fail tests

By Amy McCullough - Staff writer
Posted : Monday Jan 11, 2010 14:20:24 EST

Test versions of the Army’s new plastic helmet have failed to protect against bullets and blunt force attacks. Some prototypes couldn’t stop bullets, others couldn’t withstand blunt force, and some failed on both counts.

Officials would say only that all five of the test helmets, made by four companies, failed in either ballistic or nonballistic testing. The nonballistic tests examined the impact of blunt force trauma to the helmets from blast waves, rolled-over vehicles and fragmentation.

The failures have set the program back, postponing Army plans to field the new helmet this year.

Creating a lightweight helmet that will stop a rifle round is difficult, experts say.

“This has been an acknowledged risky schedule, but we think the potential benefits to come out of the enhanced combat helmet warranted the assumed risk, and we were pushing everybody to their limits on this one — industry, our engineers, and even our own team,” said Lt. Col. A.J. Pasagian, head of the Marine Corps’ infantry combat equipment program at Marine Corps Systems Command. “We acknowledged that risk up front. We didn’t make it, but we are going to go back to [the second round of developmental testing] in the next four to six months.”

Now it’s back to the development phase for the Enhanced Combat Helmet, a Marine-led program designed to choose a new, more durable, lightweight plastic alternative to today’s Kevlar head gear.

The plastic helmets, which the Army also plans to field, are made with an ultrahigh molecular weight polyethylene, which is used commercially in everything from artificial hip replacements to police body armor. The heavy-duty plastic works well in body armor, because the armor is relatively flat. It becomes vulnerable when molded into a more circular, helmet shape and is also harder to manipulate, Pasagian said. He declined to detail the prototypes’ failures any further, citing “operational security” and “acquisition sensitive” material. However, he said all the companies will have to do “enormously better” to meet the requirements laid out by the Army and Marines.

Though the Army’s PEO Soldier organization participated in setting the requirements and monitoring the testing, an Army spokesman directed all inquiries to the Marines, who have the lead in the program.

Pasagian declined to say what kind of rounds, or how many, were used during the ballistic testing, but Army Lt. Col. Jon Rickey, head of Program Manager Soldier Protective Equipment, told Army Times in August that the service would like a helmet that could stop a 7.62mm round — the caliber of ammunition used in the AK47 assault rifle favored by insurgents in Afghanistan and Iraq. The requirements for both the Corps and Army state that the new combat helmet must provide at least 35 percent more protection against fragmentation and handgun and small-arms fire.

Once the plastic helmet is developed, the services plan to initially purchase 238,500 of them; the Army expects to field 200,000 of them.

The test failures mean the services will not meet initial goals to begin fielding in early 2010, and a new timeline is not yet available, Pasagian said.

The ECH would be a significant upgrade over the existing Advanced Combat Helmet adopted by the Army in 2002 and the Lightweight Helmet fielded by the Marines about a year later. If successful, it would be the first time in nearly three decades that Marines and soldiers will not wear helmets made primarily of DuPont’s Kevlar, although some modified version of Kevlar remains on the table, Pasagian said.

It is even possible that the final helmet would be a partnering of the heavy-duty plastic with Kevlar, Pasagian said.

The same four companies are still vying for the production contract. Corps officials have discussed the test results with each one, suggesting a new blend of materials to better meet requirements. A new contract will not have to be awarded to continue the developmental testing, Pasagian said.

Mutiges Ziel: leicht wie ein ACH und soll Gewehrkugeln stoppen.


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Beitrag 21. Jan 2010, 03:15 | Beitrag #284
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ZITAT(Panzermann @ 21. Jan 2010, 00:26) *
Aha. hm, schön daß sich alle so schön an die STANG 4713 (oder welche Zahl das war) halten. Oder ist die vielleicht ungenau definiert?

Das ist gar nicht definiert, weil es nicht existiert:
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STANAG 4179 does not exist!
Most of you, I think, know what is meant by a term "STANAG magazine". For those of you who do not, it refers to a specification prepared by NATO which describes the dimensions of an AR-15 / M16 compatible magazine. An example of the usage of the term is in the Magpul's Masada spec document (emphasis added) ...

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Multiple ammunition magazine capability is accomplished with unique lower receivers to accept either the NATO STANAG (USGI M-16) or the Automatic Kalashnikov (AK) magazine. Additional lowers receivers that accept other maga- zine types are also possible.

I received an interesting email from Roberto, a NATO employee, who explained that despite the term being commonly used, the specification does not exist. Apparently the draft STANAG 4179 was never ratified by member states and therefor it was discarded by default. If you call up the NATO Standardisation Agency (Bruxelles) and ask them for the STANAG 4179 document they will tell you that it does not exist.

This slide comes from a NATO presentation ...


So there you have it - STANAG 4179 does not exist! "USGI compatible" is a more correct term than "STANAG compatible" when referring to AR-15 magazines.

Many thanks to Roberto for this information.



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Beitrag 21. Jan 2010, 09:23 | Beitrag #285
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Wieder was gelernt. Noch eine Scheißhausparole gekillt. Zumindest insoweit, als daß diese Norm nicht angenommen wurde. Geschrieben wurde sie ja offenbar.


Was aber die Abweichungen noch nicht recht erklärt.

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L129A1:

Das neue britische DMR


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30 rd Polymer magazines for SIG SwissArms rifles. Pinned to 5 rds for the Canadian market.


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Wozu geben sich die INS noch Mühe? Sie müssen die amis nur durch die Gegend jagen, bis sie unter ihrer Last zusammenbrechen:
ZITAT
US troops 'vulnerable to back pain'
By Richard Lister
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Soldiers in combat bear heavy mental and physical loads
US soldiers in Iraq and Afghanistan are more likely to be withdrawn from the battlefield due to back or joint pain than combat injuries, a study says.

A survey in a UK medical journal of US evacuees treated at a military hospital in Germany from 2004 to 2007 shows that psychiatric disorders also increased.

The study, in the Lancet, looked at the injuries suffered by 34,000 US military personel in Iraq and Afghanistan.

It found only 14% percent of medical evacuations were due to combat wounds.

Back, joint and muscle pain were instead the leading medical problems suffered by soldiers, accounting for almost one-quarter of all injuries.

The analysis, carried out by researchers at the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine in Baltimore, said the bulk of the other evacuations were also caused by everyday medical problems like gastro-intestinal infections, respiratory diseases, chest and spinal pain.

But they also noted that the rate of psychiatric problems was increasing sharply - almost tripling in Iraq over the course of the study to 14%, and nearly doubling in Afghanistan, to 11%.

Non-combat injuries also caused most of the American medical evacuations during the wars in Vietnam and Korea.

But this study is prompting the US Department of Defence to look at the weight of equipment that soldiers are routinely required to carry, and the length of their tours of duty.

Quelle: http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/americas/8473910.stm


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Beitrag 25. Jan 2010, 00:14 | Beitrag #289
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Quelle: http://soldiersystems.net/2010/01/20/crye-...ges-everything/



Nichts neues seit 2 1/2 tausend Jahren...


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Beitrag 25. Jan 2010, 00:34 | Beitrag #290
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menschliches Körper hat sich nur geringfügig verändert
 
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http://pistol-training.com/archives/2436

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Navy Goes HK
21-Jan-10 – 21:28 by ToddG

Blockbuster announcement today made during the pistol-training.com/HK get together at HK’s booth this morning. HK has won a contract to provide HK45 Compact pistols to the U.S. Navy special operations community, replacing the SIG P226 for personnel in certain roles. Specifically, the model will be the HK45C-SD with threaded barrel and special sights for intended use as a suppressed weapon, taking the place of the now-discarded Mk23 “SOCOM” pistol.

(thanks to friend Greg Bell for the reminder that it was the suppressor-ready version of the pistol!)


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Beitrag 25. Jan 2010, 19:19 | Beitrag #292
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ZITAT(Panzermann @ 25. Jan 2010, 00:14) *
"Römerhelm"


Nichts neues seit 2 1/2 tausend Jahren...


Hm, ich stelle mir vor, dass das Zielen ohne Optik und mit Schulteranschlag unmöglich ist. (Wobei das heute bei Kampftruppen ja selten geworden ist.)


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Nichts sagt besser "Ich liebe dich" als ein frisch gewetzter Klappspaten.
 
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Beitrag 25. Jan 2010, 19:36 | Beitrag #293
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Mit einer speziellen Schulterstütze und einer geeigneten Montage könnte es gehen. Den Sprechfunk müsste man ggf. in den Wangenschutz einarbeiten.


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Aufpassen, dass man nicht mit der Arroganz des eigenen Weltbildes andere aburteilt
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Je fester man davon überzeugt ist, im Recht zu sein, desto natürlicher ist der Wunsch, jeden anderen mit allen Mitteln dahin zu bringen, ebenso zu denken. - George Orwell
 
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Beitrag 25. Jan 2010, 19:54 | Beitrag #294
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Mit einer Visierung hoch über dem Lauf wie bei den AR-15 sollte das überhaupt kein Problem sein - nur ein bissl weniger stabil.
Mit den schweren Westen ist man ja auch klar gekommen im Laufe der Zeit...


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Beitrag 26. Jan 2010, 00:33 | Beitrag #295
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das mit dem zielen geht, auch mit wder wangenauflage. die seitenteile sind durch die spezielle befestigung leicht flexibel. wurde auf der SHOT auch so vorgegührt. der helm ist auch für in-ear funkgeräte gedacht...


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Beitrag 26. Jan 2010, 12:00 | Beitrag #296
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Linksammlung zur Shot Show:

KLICKMICH
 
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Beitrag 28. Jan 2010, 11:16 | Beitrag #297
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30 rd Polymer magazines for SIG SwissArms rifles. Pinned to 5 rds for the Canadian market.


für den Export sind die natürlich nicht blockiert.


Sammelbestellung?
für Luxemburg braucht man auch keine Einfuhrgenehmigung!


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- Book of Stoner, Chapter 15, Verse 223
 
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Was neues von Knight's Armamant Corp.:






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Weight 8.95lbs unloaed with iron sights
Length Stock Open 38.875"
Length Stock Closed 35.25"
10 position buffer tube (8 intermediate positions)
1:11 barrel Chrome Lined
3/4-24 muzzle thread (SF FH762K mount for those who want the 762K can...)




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Wodurch unterscheidet sich die Waffe von einem normalen SR-25???
 
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Wodurch unterscheidet sich die Waffe von einem normalen SR-25???

Es ist das neue SR-25 EM (Enhanced Match) für den Zivilverkauf. Mit einigen Änderungen und ästhetisch ansprechender Rail auf dem klappbaren Korn. Preis soll so bei ungefähr 5 1/2 tausend U$D liegen.

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