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Dave76
Vorführung durch Truppen des 604th Special Purpose Center des Innenministerium der Russischen Föderation während der Interpolitex-2012:
http://vitalykuzmin.net/












Holzkopp
Welchen Sinn hat denn die "Kriegsbemalung" der ballistischen Schutzschilde? Insbesondere diese mittige rote "Zielmarkierung"?

Ist das eine Öffnung zum Durchstecken der Waffe? Wenn ja, weshalb wird dem Gegner die Stelle so markant angezeigt?

Oder sind das nur zur Übung angebrachte Trefferflächen?
BlackHead
Interessante Camo-Auswahl.
CCE, Smog und ich meine das mindestens 2 Mann ne ECWCS-Kombi in Woodland tragen.
Ach ja, kann es sein das einer Gamaschen in Flecktarn trägt?
Antiterror
Interessant.
Die Öffnungen sollten aber flexibel auf und zu gedeckt werden können, sonst glaubt früher oder später die Kniescheibe dran.
Vielleicht ist solch Vorrichtung schon integriert, nur nicht zu sehen.
Dave76

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A sniper team rushed toward his next lane during the 4th annual United States Army Special Operations Command Sniper Competition Dec. 3, at Fort Bragg, N.C. The competition consists of 18 teams of two snipers and is comprised of military and U.S. law enforcement agencies.



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A sniper team uses a buddy fire technique to shoot targets during the 4th annual United States Army Special Operations Command Sniper Competition at Fort Bragg, N.C., Dec. 3. The participants use their training and skills throughout 14 diverse lanes of competition in hopes that they will take first place.



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Snipers engage their targets while conducting a timed casualty evacuation event during the 4th annual United States Army Special Operations Command Sniper Competition at Fort Bragg, Dec. 3. In this lane the competitors were required to shoot five "enemy" targets and drag a casualty to a van within three minutes while already exhausted after running 1,000 meters from a previous lane.
Crazy Butcher
ZITAT(Holzkopp @ 7. Dec 2012, 00:01) *
Welchen Sinn hat denn die "Kriegsbemalung" der ballistischen Schutzschilde? Insbesondere diese mittige rote "Zielmarkierung"?

Ist das eine Öffnung zum Durchstecken der Waffe? Wenn ja, weshalb wird dem Gegner die Stelle so markant angezeigt?

Oder sind das nur zur Übung angebrachte Trefferflächen?

Ich glaube da geht es darum, dass der Gegner reflexartig auf diese gut sichtbare (aber gepanzerte) Stelle schießt, was u.A. dazu führt, dass man Zeit zum reagieren gewinnt.
goschi
mata.gif
Crazy Butcher
Ist vor einigen Jahren schon im Forum aufgetaucht. Damals war es noch ein roter Kreis mitten auf dem Schild gewesen.
Dave76
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Nahal's Special Forces Conduct Firing Drill
December 4, 2012
Nahal's Special Forces conducted a firing drill in southern Israel with a range of different weapons. The firing course was part of their advanced training where they learn to specialize in a certain firearm.
Photos by Zev Marmorstein, IDF Spokesperson's Unit




















General Gauder
Immer wieder Interesant wie abgenutzt die Optiken der Israelis sind.
goschi
ZITAT(Crazy Butcher @ 7. Dec 2012, 20:32) *
Ist vor einigen Jahren schon im Forum aufgetaucht. Damals war es noch ein roter Kreis mitten auf dem Schild gewesen.

und schon da war es mata.gif
Nite
ZITAT(Dave76 @ 9. Dec 2012, 13:26) *
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Nahal's Special Forces Conduct Firing Drill
December 4, 2012
Nahal's Special Forces conducted a firing drill in southern Israel with a range of different weapons. The firing course was part of their advanced training where they learn to specialize in a certain firearm.
Photos by Zev Marmorstein, IDF Spokesperson's Unit


Hat hier jemand nähere Infos zum System bei der IDF?
Fährt man hier ein ähnliches System wie die Amerikaner, sprich Machine Gunner etc. als Ausbildungsgang oder hat man ein System ähnlich der Bw, sprich alle Soldaten werden prinzipiell an allen Waffen der Gruppe ausgebildet und das ganze ist nur unglücklich formuliert?
stefanpaul65
ZITAT(goschi @ 9. Dec 2012, 14:30) *
und schon da war es mata.gif


Welchen Sinn hat diese Markierung nach Deiner Ansicht?
Dave76
ZITAT(Nite @ 9. Dec 2012, 14:38) *
ZITAT(Dave76 @ 9. Dec 2012, 13:26) *
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Nahal's Special Forces Conduct Firing Drill
December 4, 2012
Nahal's Special Forces conducted a firing drill in southern Israel with a range of different weapons. The firing course was part of their advanced training where they learn to specialize in a certain firearm.
Photos by Zev Marmorstein, IDF Spokesperson's Unit


Hat hier jemand nähere Infos zum System bei der IDF?
Fährt man hier ein ähnliches System wie die Amerikaner, sprich Machine Gunner etc. als Ausbildungsgang oder hat man ein System ähnlich der Bw, sprich alle Soldaten werden prinzipiell an allen Waffen der Gruppe ausgebildet und das ganze ist nur unglücklich formuliert?

Alle Rekruten, welche in Kampfeinheiten dienen, untergehen zunächst die sog. Tironut Grundausbildung, während dieser wird man zum Rifleman 03 ausgebildet, dieses Training schließt auch Ausbildung am Sturmgewehr, MG und Handgranaten ein. Danach folgt ein forgeschrittenes Ausbildungsprogram, je nach Waffengattung. Infanteristen untergehen die sog. Imun Mitkadem Ausbildung und erhalten die Bezeichnung Rifleman 07.

Da wir hier die Ausbildung von Rekruten der Spezialkräftebataillons (Gadsar) der Nahal-Brigade sehen, denke ich einfach mal, dass es hier, je nach Zuweisung zu einer der spezialisierten Kompanien, um spezifische Ausbildung an gewissem Gerät geht. Das Gadsar-Bataillon gliedert sich ja in Palsar (Aufklärungskompanie), Palnat (Panzerabwehrkompanie, aka Orev) und Palhan (Pionier- und EOD-Kompanie).
Desert Hawk

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Übung für den Ernstfall: Ein CFR kann kämpfen und Leben retten (Quelle: IMZ Bw/Wilke/Sebastian Wilke)



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Die ersten Minuten nach der Verwundung sind entscheidend (Quelle: IMZ Bw/Wilke/Sebastian Wilke)



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Der stabilisierte Verletzte ist bereit für die Verlegung (Quelle: IMZ Bw/Wilke/Sebastian Wilke)



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Der Verwundete wird mit seiner Ausrüstung und Waffe ausgeflogen (Quelle: IMZ Bw/Wilke/Sebastian Wilke)



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Soldaten des EGB-Zuges des Fallschirmjägerbataillons 263 stellen den Einsat der CFR dar (Quelle: IMZ Bw/Wilke/Sebastian Wilke)

goschi
ZITAT(stefanpaul65 @ 9. Dec 2012, 15:26) *
ZITAT(goschi @ 9. Dec 2012, 14:30) *
und schon da war es mata.gif


Welchen Sinn hat diese Markierung nach Deiner Ansicht?

Ich weiss es nicht, sonst würde ich es schreiben, aber diese Erklärung ist (und war) für mich so nicht allzu ... sinnhaftig.
Widerspricht ach so n klein bisschen meinem taktischen Verständnis.
Crazy Butcher
Es erscheint mir durchaus logisch, dass der Mensch unter Stress eher reflexartig und nicht rational handelt. Wenn man beim Schießen die Wahl zwischen einem grellen Punkt und einer einfarbigen Masse (die uniformierten Polizisten), dürfte der schnelle Schuss auf den Punkt durchaus naheliegend sein. Ich kann mich natürlich auch irren.
Bohemund1111



Sind das Westen aus Bundeswehr Beständen bei diesen bulgarischen Soldaten?
Dave76
Großübung der Spezialeinsatzkräfte des Bundes und der Länder (SEK und GSG 9) im Hansa-Park in Sierksdorf, 4-12.12. Bilder: Landespolizeiamt Schleswig-Holstein













Dave76

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Polizisten einer Spezialeinheit gehen am Dienstag in den Hansa-Park bei Neustadt - Grund für den Einsatz allerdings nur eine Übung
Foto: dpa



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Polizisten in Tarnkleidung gehen in den Hansapark. Foto: dpa











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Großübung in Sierksdorf
Polizeiliche Spezialkräfte aus dem gesamten Bundesgebiet proben im Hansapark den Ernstfall.
pae

Kampfhamster
Interessant, fürs G36 gibts also auch Magazine in einer akzeptablen Grösse.
docholiday
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Magpul drops a G36 PMAG onto the global market

This offering from Magpul clearly isn’t aimed at the US buying G36/ SL8 audience, not that the couple of individuals and departments using them wouldn’t enjoy the magazines. The design is pretty clearly aimed at the European market, and after the British EMAG contract, they are certainly to be taken seriously. These were first mentioned in at SHOT 2011, and look to be shipping now in their final form.








Quelle
Malefiz
Wozu braucht ein Polizist an seinem G36 ein Zweibein? (Bild 5&7, zweiter Post)
Dave76
ZITAT(Malefiz @ 11. Dec 2012, 23:02) *
Wozu braucht ein Polizist an seinem G36 ein Zweibein? (Bild 5&7, zweiter Post)

mata.gif Dazu wofür alle anderen ebenfalls ein Zweibein nutzen? Um die Waffe abzustützen und so ein Ziel einfacher und mit weniger Anstrengung sowie mit erhöhter Präzision über einen längeren Zeitraum anvisieren und ansprechen zu können?
Freezi
kennt jemand das Hintergrund Szenario ? ( 10-15 Täter haben den Hansa Park besetzt ? )
Almeran
ZITAT(Freezi @ 12. Dec 2012, 15:49) *
kennt jemand das Hintergrund Szenario ? ( 10-15 Täter haben den Hansa Park besetzt ? )

Klingt nach Rainbow Six biggrin.gif
Freezi
na wenn ich seh was die alles mitschleppen
Markus11
Was trägt der knieende Polizist auf Dave's 2 Foto für eine Waffe im Oberschenkelholster?
Sieht etwas nach Revolver aus, aber irgendwie auch nicht?
writer
Ist ein Revolver, auch hier zu sehen:

Dave76
ZITAT(Freezi @ 12. Dec 2012, 15:49) *
kennt jemand das Hintergrund Szenario ? ( 10-15 Täter haben den Hansa Park besetzt ? )

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Mehr als 15 terroristische "Täter" nahmen im Showtheater des Hansa-Parks ca. 400 Menschen als "Geiseln" und stellten Forderungen.


ZITAT(writer @ 12. Dec 2012, 16:27) *
Ist ein Revolver, auch hier zu sehen:


Jupp, deswegen gehe ich mal vom MEK Hamburg aus.
Dave76
Noch ein Nachschlag von ebenjener Großübung:


Interessante Tarnanzüge.
goschi
dunkel eingefärbter Erbsentarn aus Österreich.
Azero
Das ist ganz sicher kein dunkel gefärbter sogenannter österreichischer Erbsentarndruck.
le duc
Woher stammt das Tarnmuster? Ich nehme mal an, dass es sich hierbei um die Darstellung von OPFOR Kräften handelt..?
Nightwish
Ich würde nicht zwangsläufig von OPFOR ausgehen. Die einzelnen Sonderverbände der Polizeien sind in ihrer Ausrüstungs- und Anzugswahl ja recht frei.

Erinnert an das russische "Partizan" Muster. Aber in einer solch abgedunkelten Variante habe ich das noch nicht gesehen.
Dave76

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Coalition force members engage insurgents during an Aghan led security patrol with Afghan National Police in order to deny enemy freedom of movement in Farah province, Afghanistan, Dec. 7, 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 maintains security during an Afghan led security patrol with Afghan National Police to deny enemy freedom of movement in Farah province, Afghanistan, Dec. 7, 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 maintains communication during an Afghan led security patrol with Afghan National Police to deny enemy freedom of movement in Farah province, Afghanistan, Dec. 7, 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 talks with villagers during an Afghan led security patrol with Afghan National Police to deny enemy freedom of movement in Farah province, Afghanistan, Dec. 7, 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 maintains security during a security patrol led by Afghan National Police to deny enemy freedom of movement in Farah province, Afghanistan, Dec. 7, 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 maintains security after a controlled detonation during a security patrol led by Afghan National Police to deny enemy freedom of movement in Farah province, Afghanistan, Dec. 7, 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 maintains security during a security patrol led by Afghan National Police to deny enemy freedom of movement in Farah province, Afghanistan, Dec. 7, 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 maintains security during an Afghan led security patrol with Afghan National Police to deny enemy freedom of movement in Farah province, Afghanistan, Dec. 7, 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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Afghan National Police and coalition force members conduct a security patrol in order to deny enemy freedom of movement in Farah province, Afghanistan, Dec. 7, 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)
Dave76

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A coalition force member maintains security during a presence patrol in Farah province, Afghanistan, Dec. 9, 2012. Coalition forces were conducting a patrol to assess the Afghan Local Police in the village. Afghan Local Police complement counterinsurgency efforts by assisting and supporting rural areas with limited Afghan National Security Forces presence, in order to enable conditions for improved security, governance and development. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Pete Thibodeau/Released)



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A child walks along side coalition force members during a presence patrol in Farah province, Afghanistan, Dec. 9, 2012. Coalition forces were conducting a patrol to assess the Afghan Local Police in the village. Afghan Local Police complement counterinsurgency efforts by assisting and supporting rural areas with limited Afghan National Security Forces presence, in order to enable conditions for improved security, governance and development. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Pete Thibodeau/Released)



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A coalition force member teaches children how to count to ten during a presence patrol in Farah province, Afghanistan, Dec. 9, 2012. Coalition forces were conducting a patrol to assess the Afghan Local Police in the village. Afghan Local Police complement counterinsurgency efforts by assisting and supporting rural areas with limited Afghan National Security Forces presence, in order to enable conditions for improved security, governance and development. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Pete Thibodeau/Released)



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A coalition force member maintains security during a presence patrol in Farah province, Afghanistan, Dec. 9, 2012. Coalition forces were conducting a patrol to assess the Afghan Local Police in the village. Afghan Local Police complement counterinsurgency efforts by assisting and supporting rural areas with limited Afghan National Security Forces presence, in order to enable conditions for improved security, governance and development. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Pete Thibodeau/Released)



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A coalition force member maintains security on the outskirts of a village during a presence patrol in Farah province, Afghanistan, Dec. 9, 2012. Coalition forces were conducting a patrol to assess the Afghan Local Police in the village. Afghan Local Police complement counterinsurgency efforts by assisting and supporting rural areas with limited Afghan National Security Forces presence, in order to enable conditions for improved security, governance and development. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Pete Thibodeau/Released)



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A coalition force member maintains security on the outskirts of a village during a presence patrol in Farah province, Afghanistan, Dec. 9, 2012. Coalition forces were conducting a patrol to assess the Afghan Local Police in the village. Afghan Local Police complement counterinsurgency efforts by assisting and supporting rural areas with limited Afghan National Security Forces presence, in order to enable conditions for improved security, governance and development. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Pete Thibodeau/Released)



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A coalition force member maintains security in a village during a presence patrol in Farah province, Afghanistan, Dec. 9, 2012. Coalition forces were conducting a patrol to assess the Afghan Local Police in the village. Afghan Local Police complement counterinsurgency efforts by assisting and supporting rural areas with limited Afghan National Security Forces presence, in order to enable conditions for improved security, governance and development. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Pete Thibodeau/Released)



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A coalition force member walks through a village during a presence patrol in Farah province, Afghanistan, Dec. 9, 2012. Coalition forces were conducting a patrol to assess the Afghan Local Police in the village. Afghan Local Police complement counterinsurgency efforts by assisting and supporting rural areas with limited Afghan National Security Forces presence, in order to enable conditions for improved security, governance and development. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Pete Thibodeau/Released)



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A coalition force maintains security during a presence patrol in Farah province, Afghanistan, Dec. 9, 2012. Coalition forces were conducting a patrol to assess the Afghan Local Police in the village. Afghan Local Police complement counterinsurgency efforts by assisting and supporting rural areas with limited Afghan National Security Forces presence, in order to enable conditions for improved security, governance and development. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Pete Thibodeau/Released)



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Coalition force members talk to children during a presence patrol in a village in Farah province, Afghanistan, Dec. 9, 2012. Coalition forces were conducting a patrol to assess the Afghan Local Police in the village. Afghan Local Police complement counterinsurgency efforts by assisting and supporting rural areas with limited Afghan National Security Forces presence, in order to enable conditions for improved security, governance and development. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Pete Thibodeau/Released)



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A coalition force member prepares for a presence patrol in Farah province, Afghanistan, Dec. 9, 2012. Coalition forces were conducting a patrol to assess the Afghan Local Police in the village. Afghan Local Police complement counterinsurgency efforts by assisting and supporting rural areas with limited Afghan National Security Forces presence, in order to enable conditions for improved security, governance and development. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Pete Thibodeau/Released)
stefanpaul65
@Dave76, was ist denn das für ein kleiner Zweimann-Geländewagen?
writer




KSK smokin.gif
Dave76
ZITAT(stefanpaul65 @ 16. Dec 2012, 20:20) *
@Dave76, was ist denn das für ein kleiner Zweimann-Geländewagen?

Light-weight tactical all-terrain vehicle (LTATV) Kawasaki Teryx RUV.
Dave76

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Coalition force members prepare for a presence patrol in Farah province, Afghanistan, Dec. 15, 2012. The coalition forces conducting the presence patrol are deployed to train and mentor Afghan National Security Forces in their area. 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 maintains security during a presence patrol in Farah province, Afghanistan, Dec. 15, 2012. The coalition forces conducting the presence patrol are deployed to train and mentor Afghan National Security Forces in their area. 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 maintains security during a presence patrol in Farah province, Afghanistan, Dec. 15, 2012. The coalition forces conducting the presence patrol are deployed to train and mentor Afghan National Security Forces in their area. 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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Coalition force members prepare for a presence patrol in Farah province, Afghanistan, Dec. 15, 2012. The coalition forces conducting the presence patrol are deployed to train and mentor Afghan National Security Forces in their area. 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 explains to villagers how to check for worms based off eye color during a presence patrol in Farah province, Afghanistan, Dec. 15, 2012. The coalition forces conducting the presence patrol are deployed to train and mentor Afghan National Security Forces in their area. 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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Coalition force members ride in a light-tactical all-terrain vehicle during a presence patrol in Farah province, Afghanistan, Dec. 15, 2012. The coalition forces conducting the presence patrol are deployed to train and mentor Afghan National Security Forces in their area. 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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Coalition force members maintain security from a light-tactical all-terrain vehicle during a presence patrol in Farah province, Afghanistan, Dec. 15, 2012. The coalition forces conducting the presence patrol are deployed to train and mentor Afghan National Security Forces in their area. 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 walks through a village during a presence patrol in Farah province, Afghanistan, Dec. 16, 2012. The coalition forces conducting the presence patrol are deployed to train and mentor Afghan National Security Forces in their area. 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 talks to a villager during a presence patrol in Farah province, Afghanistan, Dec. 16, 2012. The coalition forces conducting the presence patrol are deployed to train and mentor Afghan National Security Forces in their area. 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 maintains security during a presence patrol in Farah province, Afghanistan, Dec. 16, 2012. The coalition forces conducting the presence patrol are deployed to train and mentor Afghan National Security Forces in their area. 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)



Racer
ZITAT(Dave76 @ 15. Dec 2012, 10:54) *
Noch ein Nachschlag von ebenjener Großübung:


Interessante Tarnanzüge.


FN SCAR-L beim Mann ganz rechts (inklusive Bajonett-Adapter):
http://www.thefirearmblog.com/blog/2012/12...sing-fn-scar-l/
Dave76
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German GSG-9 seen using FN SCAR-L

Und woher möchte der firearmblog so genau wissen, dass es sich um einen GSG 9 Mann handelt? Ich tippe eher auf ein SEK-Mitglied, bei jenen ist ja immerhin schon Bildmaterial mit SCAR vorhanden.

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The GSG-9 uses a wide range or weapons including the HK 416, HK 417 and SIG 550

Genauso hier, die Standardbewaffnung der Neuner ist zur Zeit das G-36.
Dave76
Und noch einmal die Großübung im Hansa-Park:

docschneider55
ZITAT(writer @ 16. Dec 2012, 20:27) *



KSK smokin.gif


Es gibt IHN also doch!!! biggrin.gif eek.gif
Und sie haben ihn erwischt, diese "Teufelskerle"!!! rofl.gif
Der Weisse Hai
Sieht mir eher nach einem "Santa Close Protection Team"-Motiv aus. Da gab es 2008 mal eine kultige Weihnachtskarte... smokin.gif

DWH

editiert: Hier ist sie mal zu sehen.
DJ Döner
ZITAT(Der Weisse Hai @ 18. Dec 2012, 12:09) *
Sieht mir eher nach einem "Santa Close Protection Team"-Motiv aus. Da gab es 2008 mal eine kultige Weihnachtskarte... smokin.gif

DWH

editiert: Hier ist sie mal zu sehen.



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Der Weisse Hai
Ja, das passiert bei SE.de öfter. Möglicherweise ist es gerade überlastet weil heute mal fünf (!) Beiträge am Tag dort verfasst worden sind. wallbash.gif wink.gif

DWH
Dave76

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An Army sniper positions himself during the 4th annual United States Army Special Operations Command Sniper Competition at Fort Bragg, Dec. 5. During this competition sniper teams of two are required to go through 14 events. Each event is a separate test requiring unique skills. The participants are scored on how well and how fast they shoot their targets.



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A Marine sniper shoots his target during the United States Army Special Operations Command Sniper Competition at Fort Bragg, Dec. 5. This competition is usually held once a year and is open to Marines, Navy Seals, Army, U.S. law enforcement agencies and foreign military Special Forces.



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A sniper prepares to lay down suppressive fire while his teammate moves to cover behind the next vehicle during the U.S. Army Special Operations Command Sniper Competition at Fort Bragg, N.C., Dec. 6.
Dave76
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