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A U.S. soldier took cover during a firefight with Taliban fighters at an outpost in Kunar, Afghanistan, Thursday. (Erik De Castro/Reuters)


South Korean special forces performed Thursday in the waters off Incheon, South Korea. They commemorated the 1950 landing of United Nations forces, led by U.S. Gen. Douglas MacArthur, in Incheon during the Korean War. (Ahn Young Joon/Associated Press)
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U.S. President Barack Obama awards Dakota Meyer the Medal of Honor at the White House in Washington September 15, 2011. Former active duty Marine Corps Corporal Meyer, the third living recipient of the Medal of Honor for actions in Iraq and Afghanistan, was awarded the Medal of Honor for saving 36 lives from an ambush while serving as a member of a Marine embedded training team in Afghanistan on September 8, 2009. REUTERS/Jason Reed
Desert Hawk
Die vollständige Verleihung gibts hier in einem 15min Mitschnitt von CBS...

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=H3dHHKx_R4k




Trennung:

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Colibri 2011











Artikel zu den Bildern: http://www.deutschesheer.de/portal/a/dso/&...Qdv-kvshs!/
wARLOCK
gibts von der colibri übung noch mehr bilder oder evtl sogar videos?
Dave76

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U.S. Army Sgt. Maj. Roderick Hodo Laghman Provincial Reconstruction Team sergeant major, takes time to talk to a local shop owner in Alisheng District, Laghman Province about issues they are having with the insurgency Sept. 12. The PRT partnered with the Security Forces Assistant Team and the Afghan National Police patrolled through a village to talk to the locals and teach the ANP proper procedures during patrols. (U.S. Air Force photo/ Staff Sgt. Ryan Crane, Laghman Provincial Reconstruction Team)



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A Local Afghan National Policeman carries a box of magazines and books to hand out to the locals in Alisheng District, Laghman Province Sept. 12. The Provincial Reconstruction Team partnered with the Security Forces Assistant Team and the Afghan National Police patrolled through a village to talk to the locals and teach the ANP proper procedures during patrols. (U.S. Air Force photo/ Staff Sgt. Ryan Crane, Laghman Provincial Reconstruction Team)



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Local Afghan Security Forces hand out magazines to a little girl in Alisheng District, Laghman Province Sept. 12. The Provincial Reconstruction Team partnered with the Security Forces Assistant Team and the Afghan National Police patrolled through a village to talk to the locals and teach the ANP proper procedures during patrols. (U.S. Air Force photo/ Staff Sgt. Ryan Crane, Laghman Provincial Reconstruction Team)



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An Afghan child looks through an Afghan magazine handed out by the local police and the Laghman Provincial Reconstruction Team in Alisheng District, Laghman Province Sept. 12. The PRT partnered with the Security Forces Assistant Team and the Afghan National Police patrolled through a village to talk to the locals and teach the ANP proper procedures during patrols. (U.S. Air Force photo/ Staff Sgt. Ryan Crane, Laghman Provincial Reconstruction Team)



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U.S. Army Sgt. Joshua Tisoskey, team leader attached to Laghman Provincial Reconstruction Team, walks past graffiti on a mountainside while on patrol in Alisheng District, Laghman Province Sept. 12. The PRT partnered with the Security Forces Assistant Team and the Afghan National Police patrolled through a village to talk to the locals and teach the ANP proper procedures during patrols. (U.S. Air Force photo/ Staff Sgt. Ryan Crane, Laghman Provincial Reconstruction Team)



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U.S. Army Spc. Kyle Graves, grenadier attached to Laghman Provincial Reconstruction Team, hangs out with a group of children while on a patrols in Alisheng District, Laghman Province Sept. 12. The PRT partnered with the Security Forces Assistant Team and the Afghan National Police patrolled through a village to talk to the locals and teach the ANP proper procedures during patrols. (U.S. Air Force photo/ Staff Sgt. Ryan Crane, Laghman Provincial Reconstruction Team)



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U.S. Army Sgt. Sean Matthews, team leader attached to Laghman Provincial Reconstruction Team, navigates through a dense corn field while looking for triggermen in Alisheng District, Laghman Province Sept. 12. The PRT partnered with the Security Forces Assistant Team and the Afghan National Police patrolled through a village to talk to the locals and teach the ANP proper procedures during patrols. (U.S. Air Force photo/ Staff Sgt. Ryan Crane, Laghman Provincial Reconstruction Team)



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U.S. Army Sgt. Sean Matthews, team leader attached to Laghman Provincial Reconstruction Team, navigates through a dense corn field while looking for triggermen in Alisheng District, Laghman Province Sept. 12. The PRT partnered with the Security Forces Assistant Team and the Afghan National Police patrolled through a village to talk to the locals and teach the ANP proper procedures during patrols. (U.S. Air Force photo/ Staff Sgt. Ryan Crane, Laghman Provincial Reconstruction Team)



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U.S. Army Sgt. Sean Matthews, team leader attached to Laghman Provincial Reconstruction Team, and Spc. Jake Amato, make their way across a shallow point in a river while looking for triggermen in Alisheng District, Laghman Province Sept. 12. The PRT partnered with the Security Forces Assistant Team and the Afghan National Police patrolled through a village to talk to the locals and teach the ANP proper procedures during patrols. (U.S. Air Force photo/ Staff Sgt. Ryan Crane, Laghman Provincial Reconstruction Team)



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U.S. Army Spc. Jake Amato,Mk-48 gunner attached to Laghman Provincial Reconstruction Team, patrols through a field looking for triggermen in Alisheng District, Laghman Province Sept. 12. The PRT partnered with the Security Forces Assistant Team and the Afghan National Police patrolled through a village to talk to the locals and teach the ANP proper procedures during patrols. (U.S. Air Force photo/ Staff Sgt. Ryan Crane, Laghman Provincial Reconstruction Team)
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U.S. Army Sgt. Sean Matthews, team leader attached to Laghman Provincial Reconstruction Team, makes his way across a narrow log laid over a river while looking for triggermen in Alisheng District, Laghman Province Sept. 12. The PRT partnered with the Security Forces Assistant Team and the Afghan National Police patrolled through a village to talk to the locals and teach the ANP proper procedures during patrols. (U.S. Air Force photo/ Staff Sgt. Ryan Crane, Laghman Provincial Reconstruction Team)



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U.S. Army Spc. Jake Amato, Mk-48 gunner attached to Laghman Provincial Reconstruction Team, jumps over a canal while he and his teammate, Sgt. Sean Matthews, look for triggermen in Alisheng District, Laghman Province Sept. 12. The PRT partnered with the Security Forces Assistant Team and the Afghan National Police patrolled through a village to talk to the locals and teach the ANP proper procedures during patrols. (U.S. Air Force photo/ Staff Sgt. Ryan Crane, Laghman Provincial Reconstruction Team)



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U.S. Army Sgt. Joshua Tisoskey, team leader attached to Laghman Provincial Reconstruction Team patrols through a field looking for triggermen in Alisheng District, Laghman Province Sept. 12. The PRT partnered with the Security Forces Assistant Team and the Afghan National Police patrolled through a village to talk to the locals and teach the ANP proper procedures during patrols. (U.S. Air Force photo/ Staff Sgt. Ryan Crane, Laghman Provincial Reconstruction Team)



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U.S. Army Sgts. Sean Matthews and Joshua Tisoskey, team leaders attached to Laghman Provincial Reconstruction Team patrol through a field looking for triggermen in Alisheng District, Laghman Province Sept. 12. The PRT partnered with the Security Forces Assistant Team and the Afghan National Police patrolled through a village to talk to the locals and teach the ANP proper procedures during patrols. (U.S. Air Force photo/ Staff Sgt. Ryan Crane, Laghman Provincial Reconstruction Team)



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U.S. Army Sgt. Sean Matthews, team leader attached to Laghman Provincial Reconstruction Team patrols through a field looking for triggermen in Alisheng District, Laghman Province Sept. 12. The PRT partnered with the Security Forces Assistant Team and the Afghan National Police patrolled through a village to talk to the locals and teach the ANP proper procedures during patrols. (U.S. Air Force photo/ Staff Sgt. Ryan Crane, Laghman Provincial Reconstruction Team)



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U.S. Army Sgt. Sterling Shearer, team leader attached to Laghman Provincial Reconstruction Team walks and talks with an Afghan boy in Alisheng District, Laghman Province Sept. 12. The PRT partnered with the Security Forces Assistant Team and the Afghan National Police patrolled through a village to talk to the locals and teach the ANP proper procedures during patrols. (U.S. Air Force photo/ Staff Sgt. Ryan Crane, Laghman Provincial Reconstruction Team)



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U.S. Army Sgt. Sterling Shearer, team leader attached to Laghman Provincial Reconstruction Team walks and talks with an Afghan boy in Alisheng District, Laghman Province Sept. 12. The PRT partnered with the Security Forces Assistant Team and the Afghan National Police patrolled through a village to talk to the locals and teach the ANP proper procedures during patrols. (U.S. Air Force photo/ Staff Sgt. Ryan Crane, Laghman Provincial Reconstruction Team)



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Rhode Island Army National Guardsmen assigned to Laghman Provincial Reconstruction Team navigate through rice paddies searching for triggermen in Alisheng District, Laghman Province Sept. 12. The PRT partnered with the Security Forces Assistant Team and the Afghan National Police patrolled through a village to talk to the locals and teach the ANP proper procedures during patrols. (U.S. Air Force photo/ Staff Sgt. Ryan Crane, Laghman Provincial Reconstruction Team)



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U.S. Air Force Senior Airman Lauren Everett, medic attached to Laghman Provincial Reconstruction Team greets a group of children in Alisheng District, Laghman Province Sept. 12. The PRT partnered with the Security Forces Assistant Team and the Afghan National Police patrolled through a village to talk to the locals and teach the ANP proper procedures during patrols. (U.S. Air Force photo/ Staff Sgt. Ryan Crane, Laghman Provincial Reconstruction Team)



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Rhode Island Army National Guardsmen assigned to Laghman Provincial Reconstruction Team post security outside of a clinic in Alisheng District, Laghman Province Sept. 12. The PRT partnered with the Security Forces Assistant Team and the Afghan National Police patrolled through a village to talk to the locals and teach the ANP proper procedures during patrols. (U.S. Air Force photo/ Staff Sgt. Ryan Crane, Laghman Provincial Reconstruction Team)
Herki
Sehe ich da auf dem 3. Bild eine "alte" M14 mit Holzschaft und ohne modernes Visier ?
Die entsprechenden Magazine hat er auch dabei, deswegen schließe ich Beutewaffe / gefunden mal aus.
Dave76
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Sehe ich da auf dem 3. Bild eine "alte" M14 mit Holzschaft und ohne Visier ?
Die entsprechenden Magazine hat er auch dabei, deswegen schließe ich Beutewaffe / gefunden mal aus.

Jupp, der Schaft des Schätzchens ist auch auf dem 3. Bild im ersten Set der Bilderserie zu sehen. Old skool FTW.
wARLOCK
handelt es sich bei sowas um private waffen oder überdauern die die zeit in irgendwelchen waffenkammern?
Dave76
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handelt es sich bei sowas um private waffen oder überdauern die die zeit in irgendwelchen waffenkammern?

AFAIK ist das Führen von privat beschafften Waffen im Einsatz generell verboten, einige COs mögen da die ein oder andere Ausnahme machen, aber eigentlich nur bei Kurzwaffen.

Hier die GENERAL ORDER NUMBER 1B (GO-1B) des USCENTCOM:

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2. PROHIBITED ACTIVITIES:
a. Purchase, possession, use, or sale of privately owned firearms, ammunition, explosives, or the introduction
of these items into the USCENTCOM AOR.
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Staff Sgt. Lars Schille, from Badden-Württemburg, Germany, a forward air controller with the German air force, uses the Dismounted Soldier Identification Device attached to his weapon to check targets during Bold Quest 2011 held at Camp Atterbury Joint Maneuver Training Center, Ind., Sept. 10. The DSIDS is a German system undergoing testing that uses a laser to interrogate sensors worn by other soldiers, which then send a radio response identifying the wearer as a friendly.

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A Special Operations Task Group (SOTG) soldier carries a .50 calibre Anti Materiel Rifle to the flight line at Mutli National Base Tarin Kowt before an operation in Kandahar Province.



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The Special Reponse Team of the Provincial Response Company conduct training at the Quala training facility with partnering force SOTG. A Special Operations Task Group (SOTG) is deployed to Oruzgan and is focused on conducting population-centric operations partnered with the Provincial Response Company (PRC). The Special Reponse Team (SRT) is a short notice capability of the PRC.The SOTG consists of Commandos, members of the Special Air Service Regiment and enabling and support personnel.















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Special Operations Task Group (SOTG) soldiers on patrol in Afghanistan. Photos by: Corporal (CPL) Chris Moore

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Special Operations Task Group (SOTG) soldiers out on patrol in Afghanistan.Middle Caption: The Special Operations Task Group (SOTG) is deployed to Uruzgan and is focused on conducting population-centric operations, partnered with Afghan forces of the Provincial Response Company (PRC). Photos by: Corporal (CPL) Chris Moore



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A Special Operations Task Group (SOTG) Engineer takes a closer look on some Unexploded Ordinance (UXO) out on patrol in Afghanistan.
Enne111
Naja von SOTG Membern sollte man doch eigentlich lange Finger erwarten können...
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Special Operations Task Group (SOTG) soldiers out on patrol in Afghanistan. The Special Operations Task Group (SOTG) is deployed to Uruzgan and is focused on conducting population-centric operations, partnered with Afghan forces of the Provincial Response Company (PRC). Photo by: Corporal (CPL) Chris Moore



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A Special Operations Task Group (SOTG) soldier waits to board a UH-60 Black Hawk helicopter.
Insurgents used local women and children as human shields during an engagement with Australian and Afghan forces in Northern Kandahar.
Photo by: Corporal (CPL) Chris Moore
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BRIGHT LIGHT: U.S. soldiers fired a mortar at an enemy position from Combat Outpost Pirtle King in Kunar Province, Afghanistan, Thursday. (Erik De Castro/Reuters)


ALERT: A police sniper guarded Berlin’s Bellevue Palace as the German-born Pope Benedict XVI made his first state visit to his native country Thursday. (Johannes Eisele/Agence France-Presse/Getty Images)
Dave76



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Special Operations Task Group (SOTG) soldiers out on patrol in Afghanistan. The Special Operations Task Group (SOTG) is deployed to Uruzgan and is focused on conducting population-centric operations, partnered with Afghan forces of the Provincial Response Company (PRC). Photo by: Corporal (CPL) Chris Moore

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Special Operations Task Group (SOTG) Engineers search for signs of Improvised Explosion Devices (IEDs).

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Special Operations Task Group (SOTG) soldiers ready to board a UH-60 Black Hawk helicopter. Insurgents used local women and children as human shields during an engagement with Australian and Afghan forces in Northern Kandahar.Imagery from the operation shows an insurgent using a child as a shield after he had run into a civilian dwelling to escape the Special Operations Task Group (SOTG) and partnered Afghans of the Provincial Response Team (PRC).Australian soldiers and partnered Afghans escorted 34 women and children from compounds while under fire from multiple machine gun positions.Four Australian soldiers were evacuated to ISAF hospitals after they were wounded during the operation.Three of the wounded soldiers were medically evacuated to the Role 2 Medical Facility at Multi National Base Tarin Kowt (MNBTK).Thirteen insurgents were killed during the operation, and a large number of insurgent weapons were recovered.Nine detainees were escorted to MNBTK for processing by trained personnel.
Photo by: Corporal (CPL) Chris Moore

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Special Operations Task Group (SOTG)wait to board a UH-60 Black Hawk helicopter.

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A Special Operations Task Group (SOTG) soldier waits to board a UH-60 Black Hawk helicopter.

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Special Operations Task Group (SOTG) soldiers wait to board the next UH-60 Black Hawk helicopter.

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A Special Operations Task Group (SOTG) soldier returns from a night patrol. Afghan police of the Special Response Team (SRT) have passed a milestone after they planned and led an operation into Uruzgan Province on 12 December. OP KHUDAY 02 was the first SRT planned and led operation under the mentorship of the Special Operation Task Group. The operation included a shura with an official of the Government of the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan (GIRoA).OP KHUDAY 02 was an opportunity for the SRT to demonstrate their capability to local Afghans.It is expected that the SRT will plan and lead all their operations in the future. The SRT was established in the lead up to the 2010 Afghan National Elections to provide the Uruzgan Provincial Government with a response capability. SRT members have deployed on operations with their SOTG mentors and provide the Uruzgan police and GIRoA with the capability to tackle the toughest of assignments. The SRT is drawn from members selected from the Provincial Response Company, (PRC), which is part of the Afghan National Security Forces (ANSF). Photo by: Corporal (CPL) Chris Moore

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Special Operations Task Group (SOTG) soldiers return from a night patrol.

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A Special Operations Task Group (SOTG) soldier observes Uruzgan Special Response Team (SRT) Police as they return from a night patrol.

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Special Operations Task Group (SOTG) soldiers return from a night patrol.
stillermitleser




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Übung „Condor“

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In unserem dritten und letzten Bericht von der Übung „Condor“ erreichen wir mit den Fallschirmjägern die Ortschaft Tin City. Die Soldaten sind schon seit Stunden unterwegs und genau so lange prasselt auch bereits der Regen auf sie herunter. Alle sind mittlerweile nass bis auf die Knochen, die Regenschutzbekleidung hilft nicht mehr. Mit Aufklärungskräften voraus haben die Soldaten die Ortschaft Tin City erreicht. Jedem von ihnen ist klar, dass es hier zum Häuserkampf kommen wird, denn in Tin City wartet der Feind. Kampf von Haus zu Haus, von Stockwerk zu Stockwerk – die Königsdisziplin der Infanteristen.


Dave76

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Der Kampf in den Materiallagern
Sowjetunion, Schlacht um Stalingrad.- Hauptmann mit russischer Maschinenpistole PPSch 41 in Deckung zwischen Trümmern der Geschützfabrik "Barrikade"; Oktober 1942, PK Heine
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IDZ Weste und darüber die Koppel? mata.gif
Kann mir mal einer die Logik dahinter erklären?
Funker Andreas
Keine IdZ-Taschen vorhanden. Oder vielleicht dient die Weste als besseres Tragegestell.
Dave76
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Soldiers attending the U.S. Army John F. Kennedy Special Warfare Center and School Mountaineering Program conduct Senior Course Level II training near Fort Carson, Colorado after completing the Basic Course (Level III) where team members learned 15 basic tasks, including navigating in mountainous terrain, rope commands, transportation of a casualty on an improvised litter and rappelling techniques. During (Level II) the Soldiers are expected to know and pass a hands-on test on the basic fundamentals of rock climbing throughout the course. Among the 17 tasks in the Senior Course they must be proficient at constructing a belay point, rappelling point and setting up rescue systems should they need to assist a stranded climber. The Soldiers were also taught basic animal care of pack animals and procedures on properly loading and securing heavy equipment and weapons onto mules by wranglers at a working ranch at lake George,Colo. Throughout the training Soldiers recovered weapons caches from the top of mountains and abandoned mine shafts using a variety of rope techniques. In Oct, 2011,the U.S. Army John F. Kennedy Special Warfare Center and School will hold an activation ceremony officially turning the Mountaineering Program over to, A Company, 2nd Battalion,1st Special Warfare Training Group (A) Fort Bragg, North Carolina. (RELEASED)





















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Puh, wenn ich die Tragesysteme der Maultiere sehe bin ich froh das die BW mittlerweile ein neues Tragesystem für Haflinger/Mulis eingeführt hat. Ich glaube (meine persönliche Meinung!), dass aber sogar die alten Tragsysteme der BW besser als die hier gezeigten Holzkonstruktionen sind.

Obwohl in Bad Reichenhall am Einsatz- und Ausbildungszentrum für Gebirgstragewesen 230 oft mit Amerikanern zusammengearbeitet wird fehlt es denen wohl immer noch an Know-How.

mkg

Liqmaster

Edit: Zitateinstellung + Rechtschreibung


/Mod edit:
Wenn Anmerkungen zu Bildern auf der gleichen Seite gemacht werden sollen reicht eine Umwandlung der Bilder in URLs, wir sind hier nicht bei MP.net wink.gif

Desert Hawk
Moderator im Waffenbereich des WHQ
stillermitleser
Na ja, ich denke nicht das Trage- und Reittiere in den US-Streitkräften im Haushalt die gleichen Prioritäten wie z. B. in der Bundeswehr geniessen.
Aber es wäre vielleicht sinnvoll das ganze in den entsprechenden Faden zu verschieben.
Nite
Welche "Priorität" genießt das EAZ denn im Haushalt der Bw?
stillermitleser
Letztendlich können das nur die verantwortlichen Sachbearbeiter sagen wink.gif
Almeran
Ich kann da jetzt nichts Ungewöhnliches erkennen. Damit werden Pferde schon seit Jahrhunderten beladen, warum sollte das nicht zweckmäßig sein?
Dave76

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Informations- und Lehrübung 2011
Scharfschütze mit Tarnung bei der Vorführung "Das Heer im Einsatz".Die Informations- und Lehrübung in Munster stellt die Fähigkeiten der einzelnen Truppenteile des Heeres und deren Koordinierung dar.
© Bundeswehr / Kazda
SLAP

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A squad of Marshal Sun's shock troops armed with Mauser pistols during training at Shanghai during civil war in China. (Photo by Hulton Archive/Getty Images). 1927



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Following the Munich massacre at the Olympic Games, a sharpshooting training scheme has been introduced for special policemen. Officers from the Bonn sharpshooting group practice on the shooting range. (Photo by Keystone/Getty Images). 13th December 1972
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U.S. Air Force Senior Airman Corban Caliguire and Tech. Sgt. Aaron Switzer, 21st Special Tactics Squadron joint terminal attack controllers (JTAC), call for an A-10 Thunderbolt II aircraft to do a show of force during a close air support training mission Sept. 23, 2011, at the Nevada Test and Training Range, Nev. JTACs performed proficiency training with U.S. Air Force Weapons School students during the close air support phases of the Weapons School six-month, graduate-level instructor course. (DoD photo by Tech. Sgt. Michael R. Holzworth, U.S. Air Force/Released)
Dave76

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ap / Ursula Dahmen
Irakischer Soldat: Das farbige Originalbild in der Mitte zeigt einen irakischen Soldaten umgeben von US-Soldaten während des Irak-Kriegs 2003. In der Presse wurde sowohl der linke als auch der rechte Bildausschnitt veröffentlicht. Die Gegenüberstellung der drei Versionen verdeutlicht die unterschiedlichen Wirkungen, die durch das beschneiden eines Fotos erzielt werden können. Auch dies ist Bildmanipulation.
Die Fotomontage (Ursula Dahmen/"Der Tagesspiegel") ist Teil der Wanderausstellung "X für U - Bilder, die lügen", welche von der Stiftung Haus der Geschichte der Bundesrepublik Deutschland erarbeitet und mit finanzieller Unterstützung der Bundeszentrale für politische Bildung an Leihnehmer weitergegeben wurde.

Schwabo Elite
Hmm, müsste ich mal meinen Studis zeigen.
Dave76

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FARAH, Afghanistan / U.S. Army Staff Sgt. Brendan Quinn, from Foxboro, Mass., of 1-182 Infantry Regiment, Charlie Company, security force for Provincial Reconstruction Team Farah, provides security while on patrol, Purchaman District, Farah Province, Afghanistan, Sept. 26. PRT members escorted members of Farah's Provincial Government to a shura where elders resolve community issues and communicate concerns to the provincial government. PRT Farah attends shuras throughout Farah Province to demonstrate support for the shura elders, the district governor and provincial governance. (ISAF photo/ USAF SrA Alexandra Hoachlander)
Nightwish
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Irakischer Soldat: Das farbige Originalbild in der Mitte zeigt einen irakischen Soldaten umgeben von US-Soldaten während des Irak-Kriegs 2003. In der Presse wurde sowohl der linke als auch der rechte Bildausschnitt veröffentlicht. Die Gegenüberstellung der drei Versionen verdeutlicht die unterschiedlichen Wirkungen, die durch das beschneiden eines Fotos erzielt werden können. Auch dies ist Bildmanipulation.
Die Fotomontage (Ursula Dahmen/\"Der Tagesspiegel\") ist Teil der Wanderausstellung \"X für U - Bilder, die lügen\", welche von der Stiftung Haus der Geschichte der Bundesrepublik Deutschland erarbeitet und mit finanzieller Unterstützung der Bundeszentrale für politische Bildung an Leihnehmer weitergegeben wurde.





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Hmm, müsste ich mal meinen Studis zeigen.


Die Montage ist so neu nicht. Was studieren "deine" Studis denn!?
Dave76

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A Special Operations Task Group (SOTG) soldier on sentry duty looks across a valley to see goats being herded. Afghan police of the Special Response Team (SRT) have passed a milestone after they planned and led an operation into Uruzgan Province on 12 December.OP KHUDAY 02 was the first SRT planned and led operation under the mentorship of the Special Operation Task Group. The operation included a shura with an official of the Government of the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan (GIRoA). OP KHUDAY 02 was an opportunity for the SRT to demonstrate their capability to local Afghans.It is expected that the SRT will plan and lead all their operations in the future. The SRT was established in the lead up to the 2010 Afghan National Elections to provide the Uruzgan Provincial Government with a response capability. SRT members have deployed on operations with their SOTG mentors and provide the Uruzgan police and GIRoA with the capability to tackle the toughest of assignments. The SRT is drawn from members selected from the Provincial Response Company, (PRC), which is part of the Afghan National Security Forces (ANSF). Photo by: Corporal (CPL) Chris Moore



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Two Special Operations Task Group (SOTG) soldiers sleep alongside their Bushmaster Protected Mobility Vehicle (PMV).



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Special Operations Task Group (SOTG) members take aim of targets inside the training compound at Multi National Base Tarin Kowt (MNBTK). Afghans of the Special Response Team (SRT) regularly train with their SOTG mentors at Multi National Base Tarin Kowt (MNBTK). SRT members have deployed on operations with their SOTG mentors and provide the Uruzgan police and GIRoA with the capability to tackle the toughest of assignments. The SRT is drawn from members selected from the Provincial Response Company, (PRC), which is part of the Afghan National Security Forces (ANSF).



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Mentors of the Special Response Team (SRT) at the training compound at Multi National Base Tarin Kowt (MNBTK).Caption:Special Operations Task Group (SOTG) members move through a mouse hole in a Quala.



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Special Operations Task Group (SOTG) member waits in the shadows of the training compound at Multi National Base Tarin Kowt (MNBTK).



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A Special Operations Task Group (SOTG) soldier talks through pistol dirlls with an Uruzgan Special Response Team (SRT) member.



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Special Operations Task Group (SOTG) soldier advances down the road at Multi National Base Tarin Kowt (MNBTK).





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Special Operations Task Group (SOTG) soldiers prior to a night mission with the Uruzgan Special Response Team (SRT).



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Special Operations Task Group (SOTG) soldiers prior to a mission with the Uruzgan Special Response Team (SRT).
Glorfindel
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65. Special Airborne Brigade der iranischen Armee bei Übung einer Geiselbefreiung
muckensen
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Father Christmas
... und Imperealistische ABC-Maskentaschen.

Kann da jetzt pauschal kein System erkennen, wer Gut und wer Böse ist.
Major_Steiner
Die haben ja nichtmal Üb-Filter an den Masken.
xena
Die Adidas Shirts ist vielleicht gefakte Ware aus China biggrin.gif
Dave76

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Security for VIP visits

Irish ARW
Major_Steiner
Ist es bei dem Geräusch des Hubschraubers nicht überflüssig einen Schalldämpfer zu montieren oder ist das so eine "Wir-zeigen-was-wir-haben-Veranstaltung"?
Dave76
Ein Schalldämpfer dämpft nicht nur das Schussgeräusch, auch Mündungsfeuer und Rückstoß werden reduziert, und da bei modernen suppressors (hier trifft der englische Begriff einfach besser zu) die Präzision nicht signifikant leidet ist es doch ein deutliche win-win-Situation. Insbesondere werden so Helicrew und Schütze weniger Ablenkungen/Belastungen ausgesetzt und gerade bei Operationen unter schwierigen Sichtverhältnissen ist eine geringere Blendwahrscheinlichkeit für die Piloten des Helikopters doch ein nicht zu unterschätzender Punkt.
Hummingbird
Das Schießen vom Hubschrauber aus erfordert einiges an Koordination zwischen Piloten und Schützen. Da stört das Geknalle einfach die Kommunikation.
Nite
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Also der Spruch ist langsam so Asbach...
Major_Steiner
ZITAT(Dave76 @ 4. Oct 2011, 18:57) *
Ein Schalldämpfer dämpft nicht nur das Schussgeräusch, auch Mündungsfeuer und Rückstoß werden reduziert, und da bei modernen suppressors (hier trifft der englische Begriff einfach besser zu) die Präzision nicht signifikant leidet ist es doch ein deutliche win-win-Situation. Insbesondere werden so Helicrew und Schütze weniger Ablenkungen/Belastungen ausgesetzt und gerade bei Operationen unter schwierigen Sichtverhältnissen ist eine geringere Blendwahrscheinlichkeit für die Piloten des Helikopters doch ein nicht zu unterschätzender Punkt.


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polo
Wie schnell/einfach lässt sich der Hülsenfänger im Falle einer Störung entfernen?
Col. Breytenbach
Der lässt sich einfach wegklappen. Halterung ist am Zeigefinger der linken Hand des Schützen an der Rail, d.h. mit der Schußhand den Kasten nehmen und nach vorne / zur Seite drücken.
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