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Dave76
Ich mache mir Gedanken, wenn ich mal ein Bild eines blutenden Verwundeteten poste und du bringst hier in aller Seelenruhe 'ne Bilderserie einer Hinrichtung. Hallo gesunder Menschenverstand?
docholiday
Ist halt leider die realität (hatten doch schon vorher so bilder) aber werde das zensiern.
docholiday
Wie schon gesagt ist rausgenommen.
Dave76

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A Marine with U.S. Marine Corps Forces, Special Operations Command waits in ambush for insurgents during a joint patrol with Afghan National Army Special Forces soldiers in Nahr-e Saraj district, Helmand Province April 3. Marines with MARSOC's 1st Marine Special Operations Battalion recently returned from a nine-month deployment to Afghanistan, where they commanded the Special Operations Task Force - West and oversaw one of Afghanistan's bloodiest regions. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Cpl. Kyle McNally/Not Released)



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A Marine with U.S. Marine Corps Forces, Special Operations Command waits in ambush for insurgents during a joint patrol with Afghan National Army Special Forces soldiers in Nahr-e Saraj district, Helmand Province April 3. Marines with MARSOC's 1st Marine Special Operations Battalion recently returned from a nine-month deployment to Afghanistan, where they commanded the Special Operations Task Force - West and oversaw one of Afghanistan's bloodiest regions. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Cpl. Kyle McNally/Not Released)



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Marines with U.S. Marine Corps Forces, Special Operations Command conduct a joint patrol with Afghan National Army Special Forces soldiers in Nahr-e Saraj district, Helmand Province April 3. Marines with MARSOC's 1st Marine Special Operations Battalion recently returned from a nine-month deployment to Afghanistan, where they commanded the Special Operations Task Force - West and oversaw one of Afghanistan's bloodiest regions. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Cpl. Kyle McNally/Not Released)



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A Marine with U.S. Marine Corps Forces, Special Operations Command provides security during a joint patrol with Afghan National Army Special Forces soldiers in Nahr-e Saraj district, Helmand Province April 3. Marines with MARSOC's 1st Marine Special Operations Battalion recently returned from a nine-month deployment to Afghanistan, where they commanded the Special Operations Task Force - West and oversaw one of Afghanistan's bloodiest regions. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Cpl. Kyle McNally/Not Released)



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A Marine with U.S. Marine Corps Forces, Special Operations Command patrols through poppy fields in Nahr-e Saraj district, Helmand Province April 3. Marines with MARSOC's 1st Marine Special Operations Battalion recently returned from a nine-month deployment to Afghanistan, where they commanded the Special Operations Task Force - West and oversaw one of Afghanistan's bloodiest regions. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Cpl. Kyle McNally/Not Released)



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Marines with U.S. Marine Corps Forces, Special Operations Command and Afghan Commandos conduct a two-day presence patrol in Farah province Feb. 27. Marines with MARSOC's 1st Marine Special Operations Battalion recently returned from a nine-month deployment to Afghanistan, where they commanded the Special Operations Task Force - West and oversaw one of Afghanistan's bloodiest regions. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Cpl. Kyle McNally/Not Released)



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Marines with U.S. Marine Corps Forces, Special Operations Command provide security during a two-day presence patrol with Afghan Commandos in Farah province Feb. 27. Marines with MARSOC's 1st Marine Special Operations Battalion recently returned from a nine-month deployment to Afghanistan, where they commanded the Special Operations Task Force - West and oversaw one of Afghanistan's bloodiest regions. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Cpl. Kyle McNally/Not Released)



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Marines with U.S. Marine Corps Forces, Special Operations Command provide security during a two-day presence patrol with Afghan Commandos in Farah province Feb. 27. Marines with MARSOC's 1st Marine Special Operations Battalion recently returned from a nine-month deployment to Afghanistan, where they commanded the Special Operations Task Force - West and oversaw one of Afghanistan's bloodiest regions. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Cpl. Kyle McNally/Not Released)

Dave76

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A Marine with U.S. Marine Corps Forces, Special Operations Command provides security at a landing zone in Nahr-e Saraj district, Helmand Province March 28. Marines with MARSOC's 1st Marine Special Operations Battalion recently returned from a nine-month deployment to Afghanistan, where they commanded the Special Operations Task Force - West and oversaw one of Afghanistan's bloodiest regions. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Cpl. Kyle McNally/Not Released)



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A Marine with U.S. Marine Corps Forces, Special Operations Command fires an MK-47 automatic grenade launcher at insurgents in Nahr-e Saraj district, Helmand Province April 3. Marines with MARSOC's 1st Marine Special Operations Battalion recently returned from a nine-month deployment to Afghanistan, where they commanded the Special Operations Task Force - West and oversaw one of Afghanistan's bloodiest regions. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Cpl. Kyle McNally/Not Released)



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Marines with U.S. Marine Corps Forces, Special Operations Command prepare to board CH-47 Chinook helicopters as part of a two-day presence patrol with Afghan Commandos in Farah province Feb. 27. Marines with MARSOC's 1st Marine Special Operations Battalion recently returned from a nine-month deployment to Afghanistan, where they commanded the Special Operations Task Force - West and oversaw one of Afghanistan's bloodiest regions. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Cpl. Kyle McNally/Released)



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A Marine with U.S. Marine Corps Forces, Special Operations Command watches a CH-47 Chinook helicopter depart after delivering Marines and Afghan Commandos to Farah province for a two-day presence patrol Feb. 27. Marines with MARSOC's 1st Marine Special Operations Battalion recently returned from a nine-month deployment to Afghanistan, where they commanded the Special Operations Task Force - West and oversaw one of Afghanistan's bloodiest regions. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Cpl. Kyle McNally/Not Released)



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Marines with U.S. Marine Corps Forces, Special Operations Command patrol through a compound in Nahr-e Saraj district, Helmand Province April 3. Marines with MARSOC's 1st Marine Special Operations Battalion recently returned from a nine-month deployment to Afghanistan, where they commanded the Special Operations Task Force - West and oversaw one of Afghanistan's bloodiest regions. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Cpl. Kyle McNally/Not Released)



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Marines with U.S. Marine Corps Forces, Special Operations Command conduct a shura with local villagers outside Nahr-e Saraj district, Helmand Province April 8. Marines with MARSOC's 1st Marine Special Operations Battalion recently returned from a nine-month deployment to Afghanistan, where they commanded the Special Operations Task Force - West and oversaw one of Afghanistan's bloodiest regions. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Cpl. Kyle McNally/Not Released)



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Marines with U.S. Marine Corps Forces, Special Operations Command talk to Afghan Local Policemen at an ALP checkpoint in Nahr-e Saraj district, Helmand Province April 9. Marines with MARSOC's 1st Marine Special Operations Battalion recently returned from a nine-month deployment to Afghanistan, where they commanded the Special Operations Task Force - West and oversaw one of Afghanistan's bloodiest regions. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Cpl. Kyle McNally/Not Released)



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A Marine with U.S. Marine Corps Forces, Special Operations Command establishes a security position on a rooftop during a joint patrol with Afghan National Army Special Forces soldiers in Nahr-e Saraj district, Helmand Province April 15. Marines with MARSOC's 1st Marine Special Operations Battalion recently returned from a nine-month deployment to Afghanistan, where they commanded the Special Operations Task Force - West and oversaw one of Afghanistan's bloodiest regions. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Cpl. Kyle McNally/Not Released)

Dave76

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U.S. Army Major Robert Eldridge, 2nd Battalion, 7th Special Forces Group executive officer, prepares before mounting a Mine Resistant Ambush Protected vehicle, in Kandahar province, Afghanistan, May 7. Eldridge was injured while on a combat patrol in Shkin, Patika province, Afghanistan, Dec 17, 2004. He was in the lead vehicle when it was struck by an anti-tank mine. Upon arriving at Forward Operating Base Salerno, his left leg was amputated in order to save his life. (Photo by Army Sgt. Devin James)



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U.S. Army Major Robert Eldridge, Executive Officer of 2nd Battalion, 7th Special Forces Group runs through a pre-mission inspection before mounting an MRAP May 7th. Maj. Eldridge had his leg amputated when his vehicle struck an anti-tank mine in December of 2004. (Photo by Army Sgt. Devin James/Not Released)



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U.S. Army Major Robert Eldridge, 2nd Battalion, 7th Special Forces Group executive officer, mounts a Mine Resistant Ambush Protected vehicle in Kandahar province, Afghanistan, May 7. Eldridge was injured while on a combat patrol in Shkin, Patika province, Afghanistan, Dec 17, 2004. He was in the lead vehicle when it was struck by an anti-tank mine. Upon arriving at Forward Operating Base Salerno, his left leg was amputated in order to save his life.



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Maj. Kent Solheim, Charlie Company, 4th Battalion, 3rd Special Forces Group Company commander, defends his position from insurgent small arms fire during a fire fight in Kunar province, Afghanistan, Mar. 7. Solheim was injured July 27, 2007 in Karbala, Iraq, while conducting a raid to capture an insurgent commander. During the firefight that ensued, Solheim was shot four times. Solheim did not initially lose his leg. It was only after he lost function of his lower left leg that doctor’s felt there was a slim chance of making a full recovery. Solheim eventually elected to amputate his leg below the knee. Solheim was motivated by others he knew who continued to serve on active duty with a prosthetic. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 2nd Class Clay Weis/Not Released)



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General Martin Dempsey (Left), chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, congratulates Maj. Kent Solheim, Charlie Company, 4th Battalion, 3rd Special Forces Group Company commander, on his team's recent mission at Camp Morehead, Afghanistan, April 23. Solheim was injured July 27, 2007 in Karbala, Iraq, while conducting a raid to capture an insurgent commander. During the firefight that ensued, Solheim was shot four times. Solheim did not initially lose his leg. It was only after he lost function of his lower left leg that doctor’s felt there was a slim chance of making a full recovery. Solheim eventually elected to amputate his leg below the knee. Solheim was motivated by others he knew who continued to serve on active duty with a prosthetic. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 2nd Class Clay Weis/Not Released)



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Maj. Kent Solheim (Right), Charlie Company, 4th Battalion, 3rd Special Forces Group Company commander, describes his team's recent mission to General Martin Dempsey, chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, at Camp Morehead, Afghanistan, April 23. Solheim was injured July 27, 2007 in Karbala, Iraq, while conducting a raid to capture an insurgent commander. During the firefight that ensued, Solheim was shot four times. Solheim did not initially lose his leg. It was only after he lost function of his lower left leg that doctor’s felt there was a slim chance of making a full recovery. Solheim eventually elected to amputate his leg below the knee. Solheim was motivated by others he knew who continued to serve on active duty with a prosthetic. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 2nd Class Clay Weis/Not Released)







ramke
Wenigstens kein Schweißfuß.

Aber beeindruckende Leistung.
Hummingbird
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A riot police officer is engulfed by petrol bomb flames in front of parliament during clashes in Athens on November 7, 2012. (Dimitri Messinis/Associated Press)

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Riot police detain a protestor in Athens during a demonstration against the visit of German Chancellor Angela Merkel on October 9, 2012. (Aris Messinis/AFP/GettyImages)
Dave76

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Its distinctive handle/sight removed and an M84 scope mounted, this SOG M16 may have been the first "flattop."



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Atop SOG's top-secret "Leghorn" outpost, Sergeant First Class J.D. Bath takes aim with his "flattop" M16.

muckensen
ZITAT(ramke @ 14. Nov 2012, 16:49) *
Wenigstens kein Schweißfuß.

Aber beeindruckende Leistung.
In der Tat. Irre ich mich, oder würde ein Bundeswehrsoldat mit Beinprothese nach Verwundung gar nicht mehr erst ins Spiel gelassen?
Arado-234
Gute Frage, auf jeden Fall eine gelungene Werbung für den Hersteller Össur.
Und - Alle Achtung vor dem Menschen
Dave76
South African Border War:


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SADF Patrol returns to base.



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SADF conscripts return ammunition upon returning from patrol. 1989.



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SADF patrol 1988



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Namibia in the 80's
Letter for conscript from home (RSA)



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Namibia in the 80's



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Namibia in the 80's
Letters for conscripts from home (RSA)



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SADF Conscript



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SADF troops
The troops of 101 battalion

Dave76
South African Border War:




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Conscript 1988
The Old Guard. Scope magazine, "Forces Favourites" on the radio, Rodriguez and the R1 rifle.



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SADF Patrol
Ruacana 1988



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SADF troops
'Straf PT' (punitive physical training) for conscripts based at Ombalantu now Outapi. 1988.



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Koevoet from Arendnes base outside Rundu - Kavango. 30 January 1989



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Bonding with UNITA Rebels
Operation Modular [sic] was a military operation by the South African Defence Force (SADF) during the South African Border War. It formed part of what has come to be called the Battle of Cuito Cuanavale.



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PLAN combatants
Two a.m. rendevous with PLAN combatants operating in northern Namibia, at the start on their journey back in southern Angola. April 1989.



Dave76
KSK:















Dave76
KSK:









ewood223
xyxthumbs.gif Starke Photos. Und guter Ausrüstung/Tarnschemata-Mix.
writer
Nette Bilder biggrin.gif
Der Weisse Hai
Die KSK Fotos im oberen Beitrag stammen übrigens aus dem empfehlenswerten Bild-Text-Band "Speed Action Surprise - Das Kommando Spezialkräfte" von Markus Gollner, die im Beitrag darunter kommen von Thomas Meuter/Dynamit Nobel Defence.
Ehre wem Ehre gebührt! xyxthumbs.gif

DWH
writer

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Einsatzbesprechung mit einem Trupp Kommandosoldaten



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Direct Action



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Nicht nur die Rauchgranaten erzeugen Nebel.
Durch Funken entstand in dem trockenen Unterholz Feuer, welches kurz danach wieder gelöscht war.



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Auge in Auge mit dem Sniper und seinem Spotter
stoenggi
Schlaue Halterung für das gekürzte Halligan und die Remington xyxthumbs.gif
Da könnte sich eine andere Armee noch eine Menge von abschauen...
writer
[Klugscheissmodus an] Die Halligan Tools sind nicht gekürzt, die sind ausziehbar. [Klugscheissmodus aus]
Dave76

Waffentausch: Französische & saudische Spezialkräfte während einer gemeinsamen Übung.
Kameratt
Wozu haben die ein AK?
Freestyler
Vermutlich ist das deren Standardwaffe wink.gif Das sind saudische Spezialeinheiten, das Foto stammt vermutlich von der gleichen Übung, von der Dave76 bereits ein paar Seiten zuvor Fotos gepostet hat.

Edit: Link zur Fotoserie. Zwar führt die Mehrheit M4, aber zumindest der Soldat auf dem zweiten Foto führt eine AK. Gut möglich, dass irgendein saudischer Prinz ganz begeistert von AKs war und deshalb eine Beschaffung angeordnet hat...
Dave76
^ Anscheinend sind Teile des an der Übung Tigre 2 teilnehmenden saudischen 64. Spezialkräftebattalions mit AK-103 ausgerüstet, während andere Trupps mit M4 ausgerüstet sind.

Dazu noch ein Bild von dieser Übung zur Visualisierung:






Major_Steiner
Fotoserie zu Exercise Albanian Lion 2012. 3 Commando Brigade, hauptsächlich 45 Commando mit Unterstützungskräften, und Albaner:

Link
Fennek
Philippine SF - Special Forces Regiment (Airborne)


M1 Garand?
Kampfhamster
Eher M14 ohne Magazin.
Dave76

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Coalition force members conduct live fire training on a base in Herat province, Afghanistan, Nov. 9, 2012. Afghan National Security Forces have been taking the lead in security operations, with coalition forces as mentors, to bring security and stability to the people of the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Pete Thibodeau/Released)



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A coalition force member fires a shoulder-fired multi-purpoe assault weapon-disposable during live fire training on a base in Herat province, Afghanistan, Nov. 9, 2012. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Pete Thibodeau/Released)



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A coalition force member carries a M-3 recoilless rifle and ammunition during live fire training on a base in Herat province, Afghanistan, Nov. 9, 2012. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Pete Thibodeau/Released)



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Coalition force members load a M-3 recoilless rifle during live fire training on a base in Herat province, Afghanistan, Nov. 9, 2012. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Pete Thibodeau/Released)



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A coalition force member fires his weapon during live fire training on a base in Herat province, Afghanistan, Nov. 9, 2012. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Pete Thibodeau/Released)



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A coalition force member fires his M-4 carbine during live fire training on a base in Herat province, Afghanistan, Nov. 9, 2012. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Pete Thibodeau/Released)



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A coalition force member fires his M-4 carbine during live fire training on a base in Herat province, Afghanistan, Nov. 9, 2012. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Pete Thibodeau/Released)



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Coalition force members conduct live fire training on a base in Herat province, Afghanistan, Nov. 9, 2012. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Pete Thibodeau/Released)



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A coalition force member fires his M-4 carbine during live fire training on a base in Herat province, Afghanistan, Nov. 9, 2012. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Pete Thibodeau/Released)



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Coalition force members watch a controlled detonation during live fire training on a base in Herat province, Afghanistan, Nov. 9, 2012. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Pete Thibodeau/Released)


Dave76

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(FORT BENNING, Ga) Col. Rauhut welcomes the competitors for the 2012 International Sniper Competition. (Photo by: Patrick A. Albright/MCoE PAO Photographer)


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(FORT BENNING, Ga.) Soldiers and civilians compete during the 2012 International Sniper Competition, Friday, November 2, 2012 and Saturday November 3, 2012 at Fort Benning. (Photo by: Ashley Cross/MCoE PAO Photographer)






















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(FORT BENNING, Ga.) Active Duty Soldiers compete in the first event of the 2012 International Sniper Competition, the Limited Visibility Shoot, Friday, November 2, 2012 at Fort Benning. The competition is hosted by the U.S. Army Sniper School. (Photo by: Ashley Cross/MCoE PAO Photographer)



Dave76
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(FORT BENNING, Ga) Soldiers and civilians compete in the Limited Visibility Shoot and Live Fire Stalk during the International Sniper Competition, Friday, November 2 and Saturday, November 3, 2012 at Fort Benning.



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(FORT BENNING, Ga.) Matthew Sheperd, 3rd Infantry Division, 2-69 Armor Regiment, lays in a ghillie suit to conceal his position during the Live Fire Stalk, Saturday November 3, 2012 at Fort Benning. (Photo by: Ashley Cross/MCoE PAO Photographer)



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(FORT BENNING, Ga.) Staff Sgt. Mathew Fox waits to engage a target during the Live Fire Stalk, Saturday, November 3, 2012 at Fort Benning. The competitors were required to move through unknown terrain to within an engageable distance to the target without being detected. (Photo by: Ashley Cross/MCoE PAO Photographer)



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(FORT BENNING, Ga.) Soldiers and civilians compete during the 2012 International Sniper Competition, Friday, November 2, 2012 and Saturday November 3, 2012 at Fort Benning. (Photo by: Ashley Cross/MCoE PAO Photographer)



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(FORT BENNING, Ga.) Marty Holland and Kirby Odom (Spotter) engage a target during the 2012 International Sniper Competition, Friday, Saturday November 3, 2012 at Fort Benning. Holland and Odom are assigned to the 2-19th Infantry Battalion. (Photo by: Ashley Cross/MCoE PAO Photographer)



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(FORT BENNING, Ga.) Soldiers and civilians compete during the 2012 International Sniper Competition, Friday, November 2, 2012 and Saturday November 3, 2012 at Fort Benning. (Photo by: Ashley Cross/MCoE PAO Photographer)



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(FORT BENNING, Ga.) Staff Sgt. Daniel Horner lines up a shot during the Live Fire Stalk event of the 2012 International Sniper Competition, Saturday, November 3, 2012 at Fort Benning. Horner is a member of the Army Marksmanship Unit at Fort Benning. (Photo by: Ashley Cross/MCoE PAO Photographer)











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(FORT BENNING, Ga.) Soldiers and civilians compete during the 2012 International Sniper Competition, Friday, November 2, 2012 and Saturday November 3, 2012 at Fort Benning. (Photo by: Ashley Cross/MCoE PAO Photographer)



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(FORT BENNING, Ga.) Al Maktoum Mansoor waits for instruction behind his AX338 Sniper Rifle, during the 2012 International Sniper Competition, Saturday November 3, 2012 at Fort Benning. Mansoor travelled from the United Arab Emirates to compete. (Photo by: Ashley Cross/MCoE PAO Photographer)
Dave76
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(FORT BENNING, Ga.) Soldiers and civilians compete during the 2012 International Sniper Competition, Sunday, November 4, 2012 and Monday November 5, 2012 at Fort Benning.

















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Team 15, Anthony Hall and Matthew Sheperd, 3rd Infantry Division, 2-69 Armor Regiment, Headquarters, Headquarters Company, run to the PID Engagement Shoot during the 2012 International Snpier Competition, November 4, 2012 at Fort Benning. The Dismounted Movement required competitors to move over 4 miles from Burroughs Range to Maertens Range.





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Teammates Thomas Larson and Peter Jacobsson move to the next structure during the PID (Positive Identification) Shoot November 4, 2012. Competitors fire at targets from fixed positions spaced 400, 500 and 600 yards away. Larson and Jacobsson represent Sweden.





Dave76
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(FORT BENNING, Ga.) Soldiers and civilians compete during the 2012 International Sniper Competition, Sunday, November 4, 2012 and Monday November 5, 2012 at Fort Benning.



















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A competitor discharges his weapon from a crouched position during the Combat Pistol Event, November 5, 2012 at Fort Benning, Ga. The International Sniper Competition tests competitors’ physical fitness and mastery of sniper skills to include target detection, target discrimination, stalking, land navigation and marksmanship.





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Nick Brorsen takes aim with his sidearm during the Combat Pistol Event November 5, 2012. Brorsen and teammate Michael Jorgensen traveled from Denmark.



speciman
ZITAT(Dave76 @ 29. Nov 2012, 19:31) *
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(FORT BENNING, Ga.) Soldiers and civilians compete during the 2012 International Sniper Competition, Sunday, November 4, 2012 and Monday November 5, 2012 at Fort Benning.












Wenn ich mir diese schlaffen und feisten deutschen Soldaten im Vergleich zu den Soldaten der übrigen Nationen ansehen, wird mir übel...
ewood223
http://www.abload.de/img/intsniper42s0c6s.jpg
Hat da jemand seine IPSC Plempe mitgebracht? xyxthumbs.gif
Col. Breytenbach
Dürfte die Mannschaft der Army Marksmanship Unit sein. [ http://www.usaac.army.mil/amu/index.asp ]

Die haben solches "Spielzeug" für 3-Gun Wettkämpfe.
Dave76
ZITAT(ewood223 @ 29. Nov 2012, 21:28) *
http://www.abload.de/img/intsniper42s0c6s.jpg
Hat da jemand seine IPSC Plempe mitgebracht? xyxthumbs.gif

JP LRP-07 in .260 Rem des Gewinnerteams der US Army Marksmanship Unit.
stefanpaul65
[/quote]
Wenn ich mir diese schlaffen und feisten deutschen Soldaten im Vergleich zu den Soldaten der übrigen Nationen ansehen, wird mir übel...
[/quote]
Ah ja, soso...wenn einem schlecht ist, sollte man nicht schreiben, das beeinträchtigt Urteilsvermögen und Wortwahl... pillepalle.gif rolleyes.gif
Dave76

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Lance Corporal Joshua Clayden from the 8th/9th Battalion Royal Australian Regiment during a patrol on the Advanced Reconnaissance Course at the School of Infantry. Sleep was a luxury for reconnaissance specialists from Army and Air Force during the second 35-day Advanced Reconnaissance Course at the School of Infantry. The new development course trains junior leaders from corporal to captain to be reconnaissance patrol commanders, platoon sergeants and platoon commanders and effectively lead small teams in the planning and execution of reconnaissance and surveillance tasks. Employed in Royal Australian Regiment battalions, reserve units and as Air Force airfield defence guards, reconnaissance personnel rely heavily on stealth and tactics and the ability to work together as a team to provide timely and accurate information on the enemy and terrain. 31/10/2012



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Lance Corporal Kevin Ashby from the 1st Battalion Royal Australian Regiment during a patrol on the Advanced Reconnaissance Course at the School of Infantry.



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Lieutenant Lachlan Vallance from the 2nd Battalion Royal Australian Regiment on a patrol during the Advanced Reconnaissance Course at the School of Infantry.



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(L-R) Lance Corporal Kevin Ashby from the 1st Battalion Royal Australian Regiment and Lieutenant Lachlan Vallance from the 2nd Battalion return from a patrol during the Advanced Reconnaissance Course at the School of Infantry.



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Warrant Officer Class Two Paul Denert, the Reconnaissance Warrant Officer of the Tactics Wing at the School of Infantry, observes a patrol during the Advanced Reconnaissance Course.



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Flying Officer Joel Kimber from the 2nd Airfield Defence Squadron during a patrol on the Advanced Reconnaissance Course at the School of Infantry.



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(L-R) Flying Officer Joel Kimber from the 2nd Airfield Defence Squadron and Lance Corporal Kevin Ashby from the 1st Battalion Royal Australian Regiment during a patrol on the Advanced Reconnaissance Course at the School of Infantry.



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Lieutenant Lachlan Vallance from the 2nd Battalion Royal Australian Regiment practices drills during the Advanced Reconnaissance Course at the School of Infantry.
Dave76
A Sniper Competition conducted by SASR over two weeks for SOCOMD and FORCOMD snipers. 19 Scored sniper activities held in Campbell Barracks Swanbourne, Bindoon Defence Training Area and Lancelin Defence Training Area. W.A.
Commonwealth of Australia - Department of Defence


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Long range engagement and timed shoot with a Blaser .338 Lancelin field firing.



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Snipers locating targets and engaging at various ranges with the Blaser .338.



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A large lighting strike above the firing point lights up the night shooting activity.



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CPL Damon SASR No1 sniper hits a long range target for maximum points with his Barrett .50 Cal sniper rifle Lancelin.



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Another RAR sniper using his Blaser .338 to engage a target at long range Lancelin.



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Long range engagement and timed shoot with a Blaser .338 Lancelin field firing.



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RAR Sniper uses the Barrett M82A3 .50 Cal to hit targets at long range while his spotter adjusts him on at Lancelin.



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Snipers run to the next firing point for a rapid sniper serial, shooting while maintain a rapid heart rate is good at preparing soldiers for shooting accurately while under enemy fire.



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Sniper Pair engages steel targets with a SR98 in a scored field firing scenario.



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FORCOMD Sniper Team Leader with SR98 and No2 engage steel targets in coastal bush at Campbell Barracks.



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RAR Sniper engages moving targets on the SMMR at Swanbourne Campbell Bks.



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Snipers preparing to engage their allocated targets during a urban moving target practice at the urban Bindoon sniper range.
Dave76
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A Sniper Competition conducted by SASR over two weeks for SOCOMD and FORCOMD snipers. 19 Scored sniper activities held in Campbell Barracks Swanbourne, Bindoon Defence Training Area and Lancelin Defence Training Area. W.A.
Commonwealth of Australia - Department of Defence



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CPL Damon SASR uses his 7.62mm Blaser TAC2 to hit moving targets.



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FORCOMD Sniper shooting moving robots in an urban town with his SR98.



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PTE Scott and LCPL Joubert from 5 RAR engaging moving robots from an urban position, Bindoon.



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RAR Sniper uses his HK417 to engage multiple moving targets Bindoon.



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A sniper pair ID the target and need to stand to shoot through a keyhole in the bush during a live fire stalk Bindoon.



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Two snipers engage targets from the helicopter 30 metres above the ground for decline shooting during a scored sniper activity.



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Snipers from RAR and SASR run 1 km to the next rapid sniper shooting serial Campbell Barracks.
Dave76
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A Sniper Competition conducted by SASR over two weeks for SOCOMD and FORCOMD snipers. 19 Scored sniper activities held in Campbell Barracks Swanbourne, Bindoon Defence Training Area and Lancelin Defence Training Area. W.A.
Commonwealth of Australia - Department of Defence



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Two RAR Snipers Team Leader engages while spotter corrects fall of shot with a Leupold Tactical spotting scope onto rural coastal targets out to 600m with his 7.62mm rifle.



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A RAR sniper gets ready for a back lying practice with his SR98 sniper rifle at Swanbourne.



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PTE DALY 1 RAR sniper in between serials on a scored alternate positions long range sniper match shoot.



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A Number2 sniper engages snap targets with his HK417 during a rapid target scored shooting match on the SMMR Swanbourne.



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A Number2 sniper engages more snap targets with his HK417 during a rapid target scored shooting match on the SMMR Swanbourne while wearing his sniper gillie suit.



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SASR Winning Sniper Pair 2012 with Trophy from left to right, CPL Damon and TPR Craig, who won with a total of 1398 points out of 1596 points.
ramke
Die Nutzung der Segways ist wirklich kreativ!
Dave76
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Royal Marines on Exercise
Royal Marines with 42 Commando are pictured during live firing traning in the Mojave Desert in California, USA.
Working from the US Marine Corps’ Air-Ground Combat Center in Twentynine Palms, Kilo Company, 42 Commando RM were using a mock-up Middle Eastern village in this vast training facility with its 932 square miles of desert terrain in which to operate.
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muckensen
ZITAT(speciman @ 29. Nov 2012, 21:09) *
Wenn ich mir diese schlaffen und feisten deutschen Soldaten im Vergleich zu den Soldaten der übrigen Nationen ansehen, wird mir übel...
Die werden sicher nicht in die USA geschickt worden sein, weil sie die schlechtesten Vertreter ihrer Zunft wären. Außerdem sagt ein kleines Bäuchlein noch nix über die Kondition eines Mannes aus.
ZITAT(ramke @ 2. Dec 2012, 22:29) *
Die Nutzung der Segways ist wirklich kreativ!
Ich glaube, das sind keine Segways sondern normale Schießbahntechnik für bewegliche Ziele. Segways werden gelenkt (und vor allem beschleunigt), indem man den Lenker bewegt, insbesondere nach vorne drückt oder hinten zieht. Das dürfte den Dummies recht schwer fallen.
goschi
doch es sind Segways, die bieten dieses Trainingssystem in dieser Form an.
muckensen
Ferngesteuerte Segways? Interessant! Clever von denen, sich diesen Markt erschlossen zu haben!
Kreuz As
Segway macht viel mehr als dieses Ding zum draufstellen. Aber die Ziele sind nicht von denen direkt.

ZITAT(goschi @ 5. Dec 2012, 20:10) *
doch es sind Segways, die bieten dieses Trainingssystem in dieser Form an.


Nicht ganz, wenn mich nicht alles täuscht, sind das Marathon Targets. Teile der Robotiklösung kommen jedoch von Segway.

Ich hab hier grade eine ganz schlechte Verbindung und kanns so leider nicht verifizieren.

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