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Dave76

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A coalition forces member fires his M4 rifle during marksmanship training on a range on Kandahar Air Field, in Kandahar Province, Afghanistan, on Jan 15, 2014. Coalition forces qualified with various weapon systems to maintain their proficiency. (U.S. Army Photo by Pfc. Dacotah Lane/ Released)



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A coalition forces member inspects his Special Operations Forces Combat Assault Rifle (SCAR) during marksmanship training on a range on Kandahar Air Field, in Kandahar Province, Afghanistan, on Jan 15, 2014. Coalition forces qualified with various weapon systems to maintain their proficiency. (U.S. Army Photo by Pfc. Dacotah Lane/ Released)



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Coalition forces members fire their rifles during marksmanship training on a range on Kandahar Air Field, in Kandahar Province, Afghanistan, on Jan 15, 2014. Coalition forces qualified with various weapon systems to maintain their proficiency. (U.S. Army Photo by Pfc. Dacotah Lane/ Released)



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A coalition forces member fires his Special Operations Forces Combat Assault Rifle (SCAR) during marksmanship training on a range on Kandahar Air Field, in Kandahar Province, Afghanistan, on Jan 15, 2014. Coalition forces qualified with various weapon systems to maintain their proficiency. (U.S. Army Photo by Pfc. Dacotah Lane/ Released)



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A coalition forces member fires his M4 rifle during marksmanship training on a range on Kandahar Air Field, in Kandahar Province, Afghanistan, on Jan 15, 2014. Coalition forces qualified with various weapon systems to maintain their proficiency. (U.S. Army Photo by Pfc. Dacotah Lane/ Released)



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A coalition force member pulls security during a first responder lane training exercise in Balkh province, Afghanistan, Jan. 16, 2014. The purpose of the training was to stabilize and transport casualties for further medical care. (U.S. Army photo by Spc. Stephen Cline/ Released)



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Coalition force members treat a casualty during a first responder lane training exercise in Balkh province, Afghanistan, Jan. 16, 2014. The purpose of the training was to stabilize and transport casualties for further medical care. (U.S. Army photo by Spc. Stephen Cline/ Photo edited for security purposes/ Released)
skape
Hier richtig? Sonst bitte verschieben.

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Cabinet Ministers lined up to be executed after a coup d'état in Liberia, 1980
Dave76

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U.S. Army Rangers assigned to B Company, 2nd Battalion, 75th Ranger Regiment, get on line to lay down suppressive fire during training on Fort Hunter Liggett, Calif., Jan 23, 2014. The live fire training ensures Rangers maintain proficiency on their tactical skills. (U.S. Army photo by Pfc. Rashene Mincy/ Released)



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A U.S. Army Ranger Platoon Sergeant assigned to 2nd Battalion, 75th Ranger Regiment, directs fire at designated targets during training on Fort Hunter Liggett, Calif., Jan 23, 2014. The live fire training ensures Rangers maintain proficiency on their tactical skills. (U.S. Army photo by Pfc. Rashene Mincy/ Released)



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U.S. Army Rangers assigned to 2nd Battalion, 75th Ranger Regiment, clear a building during a live fire exercise on Fort Hunter Liggett, Calif., Jan 23, 2014. The live fire training ensures Rangers maintain proficiency on their tactical skills. (U.S. Army photo by Pfc. Rashene Mincy/ Released)



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U.S. Army Rangers assigned to 2nd Battalion, 75th Ranger Regiment, clear a building during a live fire exercise on Fort Hunter Liggett, Calif., Jan 23, 2014. The live fire training ensures Rangers maintain proficiency on their tactical skills. (U.S. Army photo by Pfc. Rashene Mincy/ Released)



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U.S. Army Rangers assigned to 2nd Battalion, 75th Ranger Regiment, exit a cleared building after a live fire exercise on Fort Hunter Liggett, Calif., Jan 23, 2014. The dry climate along with the intense training was the cause of this Ranger's nosebleed. The live fire training ensures Rangers maintain proficiency on their tactical skills. (U.S. Army photo by Pfc. Rashene Mincy/ Released)



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U.S. Army Spc. Steven Hitchcock assigned to 55th Signal Company (Combat Camera) takes photographs of Rangers from B Company, 2nd Battalion, 75th Ranger Regiment, during a close quarter marksmanship range in Fort Hunter Liggett, Calif., Jan. 25, 2014. (U.S. Army Photo by Pfc. Rashene Mincy/Released)



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U.S. Army Rangers from B Company, 2nd Battalion, 75th Ranger Regiment, fires an M-4 Carbines during a close quarter marksmanship range in Fort Hunter Liggett, Calif., Jan. 25, 2014. (U.S. Army Photo by Pfc. Rashene Mincy/Released)



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A U.S. Army Ranger from B Company, 2nd Battalion, 75th Ranger Regiment, fires a Special Operations Forces Combat Assault Rifle (SCAR) during a close quarter marksmanship range in Fort Hunter Liggett, Calif., Jan. 25, 2014. (U.S. Army Photo by Pfc. Rashene Mincy/Released)



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U.S. Army Rangers from B Company, 2nd Battalion, 75th Ranger Regiment, fire M-4 Carbines, Special Operations Forces Combat Assault Rifle (SCAR) and Mk46 machine guns during a close quarter marksmanship range in Fort Hunter Liggett, Calif., Jan. 25, 2014. (U.S. Army Photo by Pfc. Rashene Mincy/Released)



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U.S. Army Rangers assigned to 2nd Battalion, 75th Ranger Regiment, fire off a AT-4 at a range on Camp Roberts, Calif., Jan 26, 2014. Rangers use a multitude of weaponry during their annual tactical training. (U.S. Army photo by Pfc. Rashene Mincy/ Released)



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A U.S. Army Ranger assigned to 2nd, Battalion 75th Ranger Regiment, sorts out brass shells from live ammunition on Camp Roberts, Calif., Jan 26, 2014. Rangers use a multitude of weaponry during their annual tactical training. (U.S. Army photo by Pfc. Rashene Mincy/Released)
Dave76
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SOCEUR, SOCAF, German partnership Schützenschnur qualification
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A German Soldier from the 2nd Company, Airborne Battalion 313 instructs for U.S. soldiers from Special Operations Command soldiers on operating a Heckler & Koch G36, assault rifle before the soldiers attempt to qualify for the German Schutzenschnur, the German Armed Forces Badge for Weapons Proficiency at a German/American partnership event at the Panzer Range Complex in Boeblingen, Germany. (US Army Photo by Martin Greeson) (Released)







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A German Soldier from the 2nd Company, Airborne Battalion 313 demonstrates firing the P8 pistol for U.S. soldiers from Special Operations Command Europe before the soldiers attempt to qualify for the German Schutzenschnur, the German Armed Forces Badge for Weapons Proficiency at a German/American partnership event at the Panzer Range Complex in Boeblingen, Germany. (US Army Photo by Martin Greeson) (Released)



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German Soldiers (right) from the 2nd Company, Airborne Battalion 313 take names and issue ammunition to U. S. Army soldiers from the Special Operations Command during a German/American Partnership event at the Panzer Range Complex in Boeblingen, Germany. The ammunition in the forground is for the Heckler & Koch G36 assault rifle and the Heckler & Koch P8 pistol which the soldiers will be using in their attempt to qualify for the German Schutzenschnur, the German Armed Forces Badge for Weapons Proficiency, at a German/American partnership event at the Panzer Range Complex in Boeblingen, Germany, Jan 28, 2014. (US Army Photo by Martin Greeson) (Released)


Dave76
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SOCEUR, SOCAF, German partnership Schützenschnur qualification
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A German Soldier (standing) from the 2nd Company, Airborne Battalion 313 observes a U.S. Army soldier from Special Operation Command as he fires Heckler & Koch G36 assault rifle from a prone firing position during his attempt to qualify for the German Schutzenschnur, the German Armed Forces Badge for Weapons Proficiency at a German/American partnership event at the Panzer Range Complex in Boeblingen, Germany. (US Army Photo by Martin Greeson) (Released)



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A German Soldier (left) from the 2nd Company, Airborne Battalion 313 instructs a U.S. Army soldier from Special Operation Command as he fires Heckler & Koch G36 assault rifle from a standing firing position during his attempt to qualify for the German Schutzenschnur, the German Armed Forces Badge for Weapons Proficiency at a German/American partnership event at the Panzer Range Complex in Boeblingen, Germany. (US Army Photo by Martin Greeson) (Released)



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A German Soldier (far left) from the 2nd Company, Airborne Battalion 313 observes a U.S. Army soldier from Special Operation Command as he fires Heckler & Koch G36 assault rifle from a prone firing position during his attempt to qualify for the German Schutzenschnur, the German Armed Forces Badge for Weapons Proficiency at a German/American partnership event at the Panzer Range Complex in Boeblingen, Germany. (US Army Photo by Martin Greeson) (Released)



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A German Soldier (far left) from the 2nd Company, Airborne Battalion 313 observes a U.S. Army soldier from Special Operation Command as he fires Heckler & Koch P9 pistol during his attempt to qualify for the German Schutzenschnur, the German Armed Forces Badge for Weapons Proficiency at a German/American partnership event at the Panzer Range Complex in Boeblingen, Germany. (US Army Photo by Martin Greeson) (Released)



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A German Soldier from the 2nd Company, Airborne Battalion observes a U.S. Army soldier from Special Operations Command as he approaches the firing point with Heckler & Koch P8 pistol, holstered after a short run during an attempt to qualify for the German Schutzenschnur, the German Armed Forces Badge for Weapons Proficiency at a German/American partnership event at the Panzer Range Complex in Boeblingen, Germany. (US Army Photo by Martin Greeson) (Released)



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A German Soldier from the 2nd Company, Airborne Battalion 313 instructs a U. S. Army soldier from Special Operations Command, as he takes aim with Heckler & Koch G36 assault rifle during his attempt to qualify for the German Schutzenschnur, the German Armed Forces Badge for Weapons Proficiency at a German/American partnership event at the Panzer Range Complex in Boeblingen, Germany. (US Army Photo by Martin Greeson) (Released)



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A German Soldier from the 2nd Company, Airborne Battalion 313 instructs SGT Jennifer Collins from Special Operations Command Europe, Public Affairs as she takes aim with Heckler & Koch G36 assault rifle during her attempt to qualify for the German Schutzenschnur, the German Armed Forces Badge for Weapons Proficiency at a German/American partnership event at the Panzer Range Complex in Boeblingen, Germany. (US Army Photo by Martin Greeson) (Released)
ewood223
Sieht nach einer brauchbaren, bequemen und gut reproduzierbaren Schießposition aus mit diesen hochgelegten EoTechs... rofl.gif
schocher
Ausflug von der 3. Kompanie des Jägerbataillons 292 und dem Sicherungsbataillons 12 nach Norwegen


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Der Einzelschütze hat durch das Idz-ES Verbindung zu seinem Gruppentransportfahrzeug (Quelle: Heer/Klaus Schneider)



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Oberleutnant Ernst beim Testblick durch das Okular der Ausstattung „Infanterist der Zukunft – erweitertes System (Quelle: Heer/Klaus Schneider)



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Infanterist mit IdZ-ES und Gewehr G36 (Quelle: Heer/Klaus Schneider)



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Infanterist beim Gefechtsschießen in Norwegen (Quelle: Heer/Klaus Schneider)



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Ein Übungsverletzter wird in das schwere gepanzerte Sanitätskraftfahrzeug Boxer gebracht (Quelle: Heer/Klaus Schneider)



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Der Maschinengewehrschütze hält den Feind nieder (Quelle: Heer/Klaus Schneider)



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Auch außen gibt es eine Sprechstelle (Quelle: Heer/Klaus Schneider)


ChrisCRTS
ZITAT(Dave76 @ 30. Jan 2014, 19:22) *
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A German Soldier (far left) from the 2nd Company, Airborne Battalion 313 observes a U.S. Army soldier from Special Operation Command as he fires Heckler & Koch P9 pistol during his attempt to qualify for the German Schutzenschnur, the German Armed Forces Badge for Weapons Proficiency at a German/American partnership event at the Panzer Range Complex in Boeblingen, Germany. (US Army Photo by Martin Greeson) (Released)




Wirklich ein P9? Oder nur ein Schreibfehler?
Father Christmas
Schreibfehler.
Weiter oben ist auch ein Bild desgleichen Soldaten mit G36K in der Hand und P8 im Holster.
Forodir

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Der Einzelschütze hat durch das Idz-ES Verbindung zu seinem Gruppentransportfahrzeug (Quelle: Heer/Klaus Schneider)


wirklich? mit welchem Funkgerät? Der Boxer hat zumindest bis vor kurzem noch keine Schnittstelle zum IDZ-ES UHF Funkgerät und dementsprechend taucht übrigens der BOXER als Fzg auch nicht auf dem ZgFhr seiner elktr. Lagekarte auf, oder ist das endlich implementiert ?
skape


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Equipment carried by a parachutist radio operator, ca.1940's


Kann mir jemand sagen, wieso die Splittermäntel der Handgranaten von verschiedener Form und Farbe sind?
Xizor
Verschiedene Hersteller und einer hatte keine Farbe mehr?
SLAP
Die kann durchaus gelb sein. In den 30er Jahren war Gelb die Farbe für HE-Kampfmittel. 1942 wechselte man die Farbe zu "olive drab", aus offensichtlichen Gründen. 1920-1930 verwendete man verschiedene Grau- und Schwarztöne, teilweise sogar Rot.
Desert Hawk
3./JgBtl 292 im ATC (Allied Training Centre) North in Porsangermoen in der Provinz Finnmark (Nord-Norwegen)


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In der Kälte Nord-Norwegens muss sich der Boxer bewähren (Quelle: Heer/Klaus Schneider)



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Antreten nach einer klirrend kalten Polarnacht (Quelle: Heer/Klaus Schneider)



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Allrad und Gleitschutzketten halten den GTK Boxer in der Spur (Quelle: Heer/Klaus Schneider)



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Der Einzelschütze hat durch das Idz-ES Verbindung zu seinem Gruppentransportfahrzeug (Quelle: Heer/Klaus Schneider)



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Oberleutnant Ernst beim Testblick durch das Okular der Ausstattung „Infanterist der Zukunft – erweitertes System (Quelle: Heer/Klaus Schneider)



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Der Boxer in den Versionen Gruppentransportkraftfahrzeug und schweres geschütztes Sanitätskraftfahrzeug (Quelle: Heer/Klaus Schneider)



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GTK Boxer im Schnee am Polarkreis (Quelle: Heer/Klaus Schneider)



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Infanterist mit IdZ-ES und Gewehr G36 (Quelle: Heer/Klaus Schneider)



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Infanterist beim Gefechtsschießen in Norwegen (Quelle: Heer/Klaus Schneider)



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GTK Boxer auf den Straßen Norwegens (Quelle: Heer/Klaus Schneider)



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Gleitschutzketten und Allradantrieb sorgen beim Boxer für Fahrstabilität auch im Winter (Quelle: Heer/Klaus Schneider)



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Ein Übungsverletzter wird in das schwere gepanzerte Sanitätskraftfahrzeug Boxer gebracht (Quelle: Heer/Klaus Schneider)
Desert Hawk

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Ein cleveres Fortbewegungsmittel - Das Schneemobil (Quelle: Heer/Klaus Schneider)



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Der Maschinengewehrschütze hält den Feind nieder (Quelle: Heer/Klaus Schneider)



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Der GTK Boxer während der Einsatzprüfung am Polarkreis in Nord-Norwegen (Quelle: Heer/Klaus Schneider)



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Auch außen gibt es eine Sprechstelle (Quelle: Heer/Klaus Schneider)
General Gauder
Gibt es bei der BW eigentlich auch eine einheitliche Wintertarnung für fahrzeuge?
kontra
Für den Fall, dass die Frage ernst gemeint ist: Ja gibts es. Insgesamt 3 verschiedene Varianten (wenn ich es richtig im Kopf habe). Auswahl je nach Vegetation und Schneelage.
Nite
Wie es dann konkret gehandhabt wird ist wiederum ein anderes Thema. Wir hatten bei uns im Zug (Wiesel TOW) weiße Tarnnetze aus NVA-Bestaenden mit denen sich der Wiesel komplett winterlich abtarnen ließ.
General Gauder
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Für den Fall, dass die Frage ernst gemeint ist: Ja gibts es. Insgesamt 3 verschiedene Varianten (wenn ich es richtig im Kopf habe). Auswahl je nach Vegetation und Schneelage.

Natürlich war das ernst gemeint mata.gif rolleyes.gif

Ich kann mich halt noch an Bilder mit der tollen Punkte Tarnung erinnern
Nobody is perfect
Wird denn nicht mehr mit Kreideschlemme und Schwamm einfach drübergepöhnt?
Father Christmas
ZITAT(Nobody is perfect @ 2. Feb 2014, 03:29) *
Wird denn nicht mehr mit Kreideschlemme und Schwamm einfach drübergepöhnt?



Ich vermute mal nicht, das man im JgBtl 292 pöhnt.

Neben der Schlämmkreide/Kalk gibt es wohl noch eine Umtarnfarbe "Schneeweiß". Die Frage ist, inwiefern hier eine Umtarnung gewünscht ist. Wahrscheinlich hat man festgestellt, dass der 3FTD und die Tarnung des Boxers ausreichend ist und dementsprechend drauf verzichtet (die Soldaten an sich, sind ja auch nicht der Umgebung angepasst).
Man kann das ganze auch als Dog&Pony-Show abtun, bei der keinerlei Wildwüchse gewünscht sind.
Famas
So wie ich das sehe, dient der kleine Ausflug hauptsächlich der Materialerprobung und ich schätze hier dürfte es für die Resultate wenig relevant sein, ob Mensch und Material adäquat getarnt sind.

Abgesehen davon habe ich in meiner Dienstzeit glaube ich ein einziges Mal Schneetarn-Klamotten empfangen. Sonst sind wir auf Übungen etc auch immer in grün rumgeeiert, inklusive der Fahrzeuge. Hatte nie den Eindruck man hätte jetzt besser abgeschnitten, wenn man schneetarn gehabt hätte.

^^ Abgeshen davon rennen die Kameraden da in 3FTD rum was im Schnee vermutlich noch schlimmer ist als "grün" wink.gif
Forodir
Der Hauptgrund dürfte vor allem sein das die IDZ ES Ausrüstung im Moment nur in 3Fb TD ausgeliefert ist, warum man keine Schneehemden und Schneetararnanzüge dazu anzieht erschließt sich mir nicht ganz, hab manchmal eher das Gefühl das es halt "fancy" aussehen muss.
Ich war jetzt schon lange nicht mehr in Norwegen (2001; Battle Griffin), aber gab es da nicht extra sogar Depots zum Empfang der Zusatzausrüstung, wie z.B. die Schlafsäcke und halt auch die Winter Tarn Bekleidung?

edit,..das war schon 1999, au mann man wird Alt. lol.gif
Nite
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Ich war jetzt schon lange nicht mehr in Norwegen (2001; Battle Griffin), aber gab es da nicht extra sogar Depots zum Empfang der Zusatzausrüstung, wie z.B. die Schlafsäcke und halt auch die Winter Tarn Bekleidung?

Das war die AMF-Ausstattung. Was damit passiert ist seitdem AMF nicht mehr existiert kann ich leider nicht sagen.

Ansonsten ist der Schneetarnanzug (Jacke und Hose, nicht der Poncho) zusammen mit Gamaschen, Gletscherbrille und 2-Schalen Schuhen Teil des "Ausstattungssatz Gebirgstruppe"
Kreuz As
ZITAT(General Gauder @ 1. Feb 2014, 21:25) *
Gibt es bei der BW eigentlich auch eine einheitliche Wintertarnung für fahrzeuge?


Eigentlich soll das bronzegrün mit weiss überstrichen werden.

Was dann dabei herauskommt, liegt meist am Geschick und der Phantasie des ausführenden Künstlers.



skape

Die holländische Verteidigungsministerin Jeanine Hennis-Plasschaert

Ich hoffe, dass Frau von der Leyen da nachzieht.
kontra
ZITAT(Kreuz As @ 2. Feb 2014, 15:56) *
ZITAT(General Gauder @ 1. Feb 2014, 21:25) *
Gibt es bei der BW eigentlich auch eine einheitliche Wintertarnung für fahrzeuge?


Eigentlich soll das bronzegrün mit weiss überstrichen werden.



Das ist eine Variante. Wie bereits geschrieben wird jedoch je nach Vegetation und Schneelage der Tarnanstrich verändert werden. Vom ersetzen einer Farbe, bis zum ersetzen aller Farben durch weiß.

Dass die Kräfte von 292 keinen Schneetarn anhatten, hatte eventuell auch erprobungsbedingte Gründe. Denn sobald ich die alten Baumwolfetzen oder den neuen Maleranzug drüber trage, ist die Funktion der IDZ GLADIUS Bekleidung nicht mehr wie ursprünglich entworfen. Somit könnte man dann nicht feststellen, ob das neue Bekleidungssystem etwas taugt...oder eben nicht.
Forodir
Das bezweifele Ich, die Erprobung ist abgeschlossen ( und wurde mehrheitlich von den Soldaten was zumindest den elektronischen Rücken und das Lagemodul angeht als unzweckmäßig empfunden, but who cares...) und das System ist/war sogar schon im ISAF im Einsatz, eine Testreihe ist das nicht mehr.

Warum sollte ein Schneetarnanzug die Funktion beeinträchtigen? Und selbst wenn, ist die Beeinträchtigung so groß das das nicht hinnehmbar ist? Die Kleidung wird ja nicht gerade in Flammen aufgehen beim Kontakt mit Baumwolle.
Nite
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( und wurde mehrheitlich von den Soldaten was zumindest den elektronischen Rücken und das Lagemodul angeht als unzweckmäßig empfunden), but who cares...)

Das Rückenmodul der ersten IdZ-Generation hatten wir 2005 schon bemängelt...hat damals keinen interessiert, warum sollte das also heute anders sein?
schießmuskel
Das man die Fahrzeuge niht so schnell umtarnen kann ist mir klar, aber warum gehen die mit dem dünnen und leichten Tropentarn nach Norwegen in den Schnee?
Der Weisse Hai
Weil die für die Einsatzkontingente beschaffte IdZ-ES/Gladius-Ausstattung in 3-Farb-Tarndruck gehalten ist.

DWH
Nite
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Das man die Fahrzeuge niht so schnell umtarnen kann ist mir klar, aber warum gehen die mit dem dünnen und leichten Tropentarn nach Norwegen in den Schnee?

Ich hab auch im bayerischen Winter schon Tropentarn (5FTD Tropen) getragen, warum auch nicht. Im normalen 5FTD friert man im Winter nicht weniger als in 3FTD oder 5FTD Tropen.

Die äußerste Schicht soll:
1) robust sein
2) tarnen
3) Taschen haben um Ausrüstung zu verstauen

Umso leichter und atmungsaktiver diese Schicht ist umso besser, warme Klamotten (Funktionsunterwäsche, Fleece, Snugpak, was auch immer) werden bei Bedarf drunter getragen.
Dave76
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Police security patrol around the Rosa Khutor Mountain Cluster village ahead of the Sochi 2014 Winter Olympics on February 2, 2014 in Sochi, Russia. (Photos by Alexander Hassenstein/Getty Images)












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Russian police patrol near the Rosa Khutor Alpine Resort in Krasnaya Polyana near Sochi, February 3, 2014. Sochi will host the 2014 Winter Olympic Games from February 7 to 23. REUTERS/Stefano Rellandini









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Russian police officers stand guard near the Olympic cauldron at the Olympic Park as preparations continue for the 2014 Sochi Winter Olympics, February 1, 2014. REUTERS/Lucy Nicholson

Hugo803
ZITAT(skape @ 2. Feb 2014, 18:21) *
http://www.nrc.nl/wp-content/uploads/2012/...PP3-654x735.jpg

Ich hoffe, dass Frau von der Leyen da nachzieht.


Ich hoffe nicht.

@Übung in Norwegen:
Bei Cold Response 2012 liefen die Marines auch in Wüstentarn rum.
bill kilgore
ZITAT(skape @ 2. Feb 2014, 18:21) *
http://www.nrc.nl/wp-content/uploads/2012/...PP3-654x735.jpg
Die holländische Verteidigungsministerin Jeanine Hennis-Plasschaert

Ich hoffe, dass Frau von der Leyen da nachzieht.


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True Power Girls - the Defence Ministers of Norway, Sweden, Netherlands and Germany. #msc50


https://twitter.com/CBildt/status/429634374217117696/photo/1

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Dave76

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Iraqi Sunni Muslim tribesmen deploy during a patrol in Ramadi January 19, 2014. Iraqi Sunni Muslim tribesmen backed by police special forces and helicopter gunships attacked al Qaeda-linked militants in Ramadi on Sunday, but halted the assault after at least eight of their number were killed, police and health officials said. There was no word on casualties among the militants. REUTERS/Ali al-Mashhadani
Dave76

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A coalition force member fires his M4 Carbine during marksmanship training at a range in Balkh province, Afghanistan, Jan. 20, 2014. Coalition forces qualified with various weapon systems to maintain their proficiency. (U.S. Army photo by Spc. Stephen Cline/ Released)



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A coalition force member fires his M1-10 Semi Automatic Sniper System during marksmanship training at a range in Balkh province, Afghanistan, Jan. 20, 2014. (U.S. Army photo by Spc. Stephen Cline/ Released)



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A coalition force member fires his SR-25 Sniper Rifle during marksmanship training at a range in Balkh province, Afghanistan, Jan. 20, 2014. (U.S. Army photo by Spc. Stephen Cline/ Released)



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A coalition force member fires his M249 Squad Automatic Weapon (SAW) during marksmanship training at a range in Balkh province, Afghanistan, Jan. 20, 2014. (U.S. Army photo by Spc. Stephen Cline/ Released)



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A coalition force member fires a .50 caliber machine gun during marksmanship training at a range in Balkh province, Afghanistan, Jan. 20, 2014. (U.S. Army photo by Spc. Stephen Cline/ photo edited for security purposes/ Released)



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Coalition force members waits for a herd of sheep to pass, so they can setup a Helicopter Landing Zone (HLZ) in Balkh province, Afghanistan, Jan. 20, 2014. The troops were setting up the HLZ to return safely to FOB MES after participating in marksmanship training. (U.S. Army photo by Spc. Stephen Cline/ Released)





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A coalition force member waits for a CH-47 Chinook to land before returning to FOB MES in Balkh province, Afghanistan, Jan. 20, 2014. Coalition members had just finished firing multiple weapon systems at a range, to increase their proficiency on each weapon system. (U.S. Army photo by Spc. Stephen Cline/ Released)


Dave76
Dave76

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An MH-60 Black Hawk Helicopter from the 160th Special Operations Aviation Regiment, provides Close Air Support for Army Rangers from Alpha Company, 2nd Battalion, 75th Ranger Regiment, conducting direct action operations during a company live fire training at Camp Roberts, Calif., Jan. 31, 2014. (U.S. Army Photo by Staff Sgt. Teddy Wade/Released)
skape

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Soldier lights his cigarette with a flamethrower 1940s
skape
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Soldiers rest in a shrapnel ridden tent after a German artillery strike on the Anzio beach head 1944


€dit: http://life.time.com/history/anzio-unpubli...b-gal-viewagn#3 hier noch mehr

€dit²: Shooks, ja irgendwie vergesse ich die Bildgröße, seit dem ich an einem 16:9 Bildschirm sitze. Mea culpa
Dave76
^ Bildergröße?!

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Pfc. Cristian Mejia, javelin gunner, Bravo Company, 1st Battalion, 7th Marine Regiment, and a native of Raleigh, N.C., shoots a javelin missile during a live-fire exercise at Marine Corps Air Ground Combat Center Twentynine Palms, Calif., Jan. 26, 2014. Bravo Co. is dedicated to helicopter operations during their upcoming combat deployment to Afghanistan. The Marines were transported to the range by CH-46 sea knight and CH-53E super sea stallion helicopters. After they landed, the Marines maneuvered through a simulated urban environment with unique shock-absorbent walls. This allowed for them to engage in realistic live-fire training.(U.S. Marine Corps photo by Cpl. Joseph Scanlan / released)



Desert Hawk

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Feb 06,2014
Bridgeport, Calif., U.S. - Lance Cpl. Eleanor H. Roper (right), a Monroe, Wis., native and field radio operator with Ragnarok Company, 2nd Supply Battalion, 2nd Marine Logistics Group, pulls a Marine Corps Cold Weather Infantry Kit, or MCCWIK sled up a slope during a field exercise aboard Marine Corps Mountain Warfare Training Center, Bridgeport, Calif., Jan. 31, 2014. The MCCWIK allows service members to move equipment over snow-covered terrain that vehicles are unable to traverse.
Photo By: Lance Cpl. Sullivan Laramie



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Feb 06,2014
Bridgeport, Calif., U.S - Private first class Nhelmar M. DePerro, a Longpond, Penn., native and embarkation specialist with Ragnarok Company, 2nd Supply Battalion, 2nd Marine Logistics Group, provides security for the company during a field exercise aboard Marine Corps Mountain Warfare Training Center, Bridgeport, Calif., Jan. 31, 2014. Ragnarok Co. conducted a six-day field exercise while supporting 2nd Battalion, 2nd Marine Regiment, 2nd Marine Division.
Photo By: Lance Cpl. Sullivan Laramie



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Feb 06,2014
Bridgeport, Calif., U.S. - Marines with Ragnarok Company, 2nd Supply Battalion, 2nd Marine Logistics Group scan the area during a security patrol as part of a field exercise aboard Marine Corps Mountain Warfare Training Center, Bridgeport, Calif., Feb. 2, 2014. Service members on patrol hiked through knee-deep snow in search of intelligence and signs of enemy movement to support 2nd Marine Battalion, 2nd Marine Regiment, 2nd Marine Division.
Photo By: Lance Cpl. Sullivan Laramie



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Feb 06,2014
Bridgeport, Calif., U.S. - Cpl. Eric J. Crouser, a food service specialist with Ragnarok Company, 2nd Supply Battalion, 2nd Marine Logistics Group, watches over the area of operations on a 24-hour guard post during a field exercise aboard Marine Corps Mountain Warfare Training Center, Bridgeport, Calif., Feb. 3, 2014. Service members holding perimeter security worked on shifts to ensure they were as fresh as possible to maintain the safety of the company in the harsh elements.
Photo By: Lance Cpl. Sullivan Laramie



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Feb 06,2014
Bridgeport, Calif., U.S. - Marines and sailors with Ragnarok Company, 2nd Supply Battalion, 2nd Marine Logistics Group hike back to base camp at the end of a field exercise aboard Marine Corps Mountain Warfare Training Center, Bridgeport, Calif., Feb. 4, 2014. The hike from the forward operating post to base camp allowed the service members to continue physical training during the final stages of the exercise.
Photo By: Lance Cpl. Sullivan Laramie



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Feb 06,2014
Bridgeport, Calif., U.S. - Service members with Ragnarok Company, 2nd Supply Battalion, 2nd Marine Logistics Group disembark from a CH-47 Chinook following the end of a field exercise aboard Marine Corps Mountain Warfare Training Center, Bridgeport, Calif., Feb. 5, 2014. The CH-47s gave service members a unique opportunity among the Marines and sailors of Ragnarok Co. to move equipment and personnel without over-land travel.
Photo By: Lance Cpl. Sullivan Laramie



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Feb 08,2014
Marine Corps Mountain Warfare Training Center, Bridgeport, Calif. – - Marines from Golf Company, 2nd Battalion, 2nd Marine Regiment, 2nd Marine Division load a waiting CH-47 helicopter, which will insert them at a high elevation landing zone for the final field exercise for Mountain Exercise winter training package at MCMWTC Bridgeport, Calif. , Jan. 31, 2014. The Warlords and its attached units underwent the winter training package at MCMWTC to prepare for the upcoming a multi-lateral joint and combined exercise Cold Response, which will take place in March of 2014 in Norway.
Photo By: Lance Cpl Cesar N Contreras



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Feb 08,2014
Marine Corps Mountain Warfare Training Center, Bridgeport, Calif. – - Marines from Golf Company, 2nd Battalion, 2nd Marine Regiment, 2nd Marine Division assault a high elevation landing zone from a CH-47 helicopter, for the final six-day field exercise for Mountain Exercise winter training package at MCMWTC Bridgeport, Calif., Jan. 31, 2014. The Warlords and its attached units underwent the winter training package at MCMWTC to prepare for the upcoming a multi-lateral joint and combined exercise Cold Response, which will take place in March of 2014 in Norway.
Photo By: Lance Cpl Cesar N Contreras



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Feb 08,2014
Marine Corps Mountain Warfare Training Center, Bridgeport, Calif. – - A Marine from Golf Company, 2nd Battalion, 2nd Marine Regiment, 2nd Marine Division provides over watch against a potential threat during the final six-day field exercise for Mountain Exercise winter training package at MCMWTC Bridgeport, Calif., Jan. 31, 2014. The Warlords and its attached units underwent the winter training package at MCMWTC to prepare for the upcoming a multi-lateral joint and combined exercise Cold Response, which will take place in March of 2014 in Norway.
Photo By: Lance Cpl Cesar N Contreras



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Feb 08,2014
Marine Corps Mountain Warfare Training Center, Bridgeport, Calif. – - A Marine with Easy Company, 2nd Battalion, 2nd Marine Regiment, 2nd Marine Division provides over watch observes a potential threat during the final six-day field exercise for Mountain Exercise winter training package at MCMWTC Bridgeport, Calif., Feb. 2, 2014. The Warlords and its attached units underwent the winter training package at MCMWTC to prepare for the upcoming a multi-lateral joint and combined exercise Cold Response, which will take place in March of 2014 in Norway.
Photo By: Staff Sgt. Steve Cushman



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Feb 08,2014
Marine Corps Mountain Warfare Training Center, Bridgeport, Calif. – - Petty Officer 3rd Class Michael Fallone, a hospital corpsman with Easy Company, 2nd Battalion, 2nd Marine Regiment, 2nd Marine Division and Trenton, Ohio native provides over watch with two Marines during an assault on an enemy position during the final six-day field exercise for Mountain Exercise winter training package at MCMWTC Bridgeport, Calif., Feb. 2, 2014. The Warlords and its attached units underwent the winter training package at MCMWTC to prepare for the upcoming a multi-lateral joint and combined exercise Cold Response, which will take place in March of 2014 in Norway.
Photo By: Staff Sgt. Steve Cushman



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Feb 08,2014
Marine Corps Mountain Warfare Training Center, Bridgeport, Calif. – - A Marine from Golf Company, 2nd Battalion, 2nd Marine Regiment, 2nd Marine Division digs in the location of his shelter at the top of a mountain during the final six-day field exercise for Mountain Exercise winter training package at MCMWTC Bridgeport, Calif., Feb. 2, 2014. The Warlords and its attached units underwent the winter training package at MCMWTC to prepare for the upcoming a multi-lateral joint and combined exercise Cold Response, which will take place in March of 2014 in Norway.
Photo By: Cpl. Anthony Quintinilla
Desert Hawk

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Feb 08,2014
Marine Corps Mountain Warfare Training Center, Bridgeport, Calif. – - Marines with Easy Company, 2nd Battalion, 2nd Marine Regiment, 2nd Marine Division lay down a base of fire for other Marines to maneuver during an assault on an enemy position during the final six-day field exercise for Mountain Exercise winter training package at MCMWTC Bridgeport, Calif., Feb. 4, 2014. The Warlords and its attached units underwent the winter training package at MCMWTC to prepare for the upcoming a multi-lateral joint and combined exercise Cold Response, which will take place in March of 2014 in Norway.
Photo By: Staff Sgt. Steve Cushman



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Feb 08,2014
Marine Corps Mountain Warfare Training Center, Bridgeport, Calif. – - Private first class Michael Humer (front) and Lance Cpl. Ryan Albanese, keep a sharp eye out for the enemy during a patrol during the final six-day field exercise for Mountain Exercise winter training package at MCMWTC Bridgeport, Calif., Feb. 3, 2014. Humer is an Assaultman and Miami native and Albanese is a fire team leader and Barnegat, N.J., native, both Marines serve with Easy Company, 2nd Battalion, 2nd Marine Regiment, 2nd Marine Division. The Warlords and its attached units underwent the winter training package at MCMWTC to prepare for the upcoming a multi-lateral joint and combined exercise Cold Response, which will take place in March of 2014 in Norway.
Photo By: Staff Sgt. Steve Cushman



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Feb 08,2014
Marine Corps Mountain Warfare Training Center, Bridgeport, Calif. – - Marines from Golf Company, 2nd Battalion, 2nd Marine Regiment, 2nd Marine Division watch the sun set from their patrol base atop a mountain during the final six-day field exercise for Mountain Exercise winter training package at MCMWTC Bridgeport, Calif., Feb. 3, 2014. The Warlords and its attached units underwent the winter training package at MCMWTC to prepare for the upcoming a multi-lateral joint and combined exercise Cold Response, which will take place in March of 2014 in Norway.
Photo By: Lance Cpl Cesar N Contreras



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Feb 08,2014
Marine Corps Mountain Warfare Training Center, Bridgeport, Calif. – - Marines with Golf Company, 2nd Battalion, 2nd Marine Regiment, 2nd Marine Division lay down a base of fire for other Marines to maneuver during an assault on an enemy position during the final six-day field exercise for Mountain Exercise winter training package at MCMWTC Bridgeport, Calif., Feb. 4, 2014. The Warlords and its attached units underwent the winter training package at MCMWTC to prepare for the upcoming a multi-lateral joint and combined exercise Cold Response, which will take place in March of 2014 in Norway.
Photo By: Lance Cpl Cesar N Contreras



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Feb 08,2014
Marine Corps Mountain Warfare Training Center, Bridgeport, Calif. – - Marines with Easy Company, 2nd Battalion, 2nd Marine Regiment, 2nd Marine Division lay down a base of fire for other Marines to maneuver during an assault on an enemy position during the final six-day field exercise for Mountain Exercise winter training package at MCMWTC Bridgeport, Calif., Feb. 4, 2014. The Warlords and its attached units underwent the winter training package at MCMWTC to prepare for the upcoming a multi-lateral joint and combined exercise Cold Response, which will take place in March of 2014 in Norway.
Photo By: Staff Sgt. Steve Cushman



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Feb 08,2014
Marine Corps Mountain Warfare Training Center, Bridgeport, Calif. – - Lance Cpl. Jordan Gruskin carries Pfc. Michael Humer as a simulated casualty during an assault on an enemy position during the final six-day field exercise for Mountain Exercise winter training package at MCMWTC Bridgeport, Calif., Feb. 4, 2014. Gruskin is a fire team leader and Orlando native and Humer is and assaultman and Miami native. The Warlords and its attached units underwent the winter training package at MCMWTC to prepare for the upcoming a multi-lateral joint and combined exercise Cold Response, which will take place in March of 2014 in Norway.
Photo By: Staff Sgt. Steve Cushman



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Feb 08,2014
Marine Corps Mountain Warfare Training Center, Bridgeport, Calif. – - A Marine from Golf Company, 2nd Battalion, 2nd Marine Regiment, 2nd Marine Division at the enemy fires for other Marines to maneuver during an assault on an enemy position during the final six-day field exercise for Mountain Exercise winter training package at MCMWTC Bridgeport, Calif., Feb. 4, 2014. The Warlords and its attached units underwent the winter training package at MCMWTC to prepare for the upcoming a multi-lateral joint and combined exercise Cold Response, which will take place in March of 2014 in Norway.
Photo By: Lance Cpl Cesar N Contreras
Nite
So manche Mündung ist da wohl im Schnee gesteckt...
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Can you spot the sniper?
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Artist Simon Menner was recently granted permission to spend some time with the German Army and its snipers. During the two occasions he visited, he captured the soldiers' remarkable ability to blend into their environment, producing images that appear to be simple landscape shots until you look close enough to spot the barrel of a gun.

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Die Auflösung gibt es, wenn ihr auf das Bild klickt.



















€dit: Auch ich bekomme das nochmal hin Bilder in der korrekten Bildgröße zu posten. xyxthumbs.gif
Thomy
Das sind doch nur irgendwelche Landschaftsaufnahmen, bei denen dann einfach ein Kreis reingemalt wurde! mata.gif
Dave76
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L'exercice grandeur nature du GIGN à l'Assemblée
Publié le 04.02.2014
Lundi matin, une prise d'otages a eu lieu à l'Assemblée nationale. En réalité, il ne s'agissait que d'un exercice grandeur nature pour le GIGN, l'élite de la gendarmerie. Une centaine de ses membres ont mis fin à l'assaut mené par les faux terroristes.

Die Spezialeinheit GIGN der französischen Gendarmerie nationale übt den Zugriff bei einer simulierten Geiselnahme in der französischen Nationalversammlung.












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Le GIGN, l'élite de la gendarmerie, a mis fin à une prise d'otages au Palais-Bourbon. L'exercice grandeur nature s'est déroulée lundi matin. LP/Matthieu de Martignac


Der Weisse Hai
ZITAT(Dave76 @ 13. Feb 2014, 19:10) *
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L'exercice grandeur nature du GIGN à l'Assemblée
Publié le 04.02.2014
Lundi matin, une prise d'otages a eu lieu à l'Assemblée nationale. En réalité, il ne s'agissait que d'un exercice grandeur nature pour le GIGN, l'élite de la gendarmerie. Une centaine de ses membres ont mis fin à l'assaut mené par les faux terroristes.

Die Spezialeinheit GIGN der französischen Gendarmerie nationale übt den Zugriff bei einer simulierten Geiselnahme in der französischen Nationalversammlung.



Ach schade. Ich dachte, es hätte endlich mal wieder einen bürgerlichen Putsch gegeben. rofl.gif

DWH
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Fallschirmsprungeinsatz

Die Kampfschwimmer verfügen über die größte Breite an Möglichkeiten zum Fallschirmsprungeinsatz. Auf dem Bild zu sehen sind verschiedene Einsatzarten, erkennbar am entsrechenden Gear. Von links:
- Ausrüstung für Fallschirmsprungvorführungen zur Mitnahme der Bundesdienstflagge.
- Ausrüstung für Land- und Späheinsätze.
- Sprungausrüstung für kombinierten Taucheinsatz, hier Mitnahme von LAR V und LAR V Advanced.
- Sprungausrüstung für Direkt Action Operationen.
Nicht zu sehen Tandemsprung-. sowie Kälteschutz- und Sauerstoffausrüstung für große Höhen. Im Hintergrund ein Sea King MK41 SOC.



Anbei noch ein Bild von einem 2-Mann Scharfschützentrupp der Kampfschwimmer:



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Bei den im Bild „kaum“ erkennbaren Kampfschwimmern, handelt es sich um einen sogenannten OSA- Trupp.
Was ist OSA?
OSA bedeutet : Optronische Spezial Aufklärung. Es handelt sich dabei um Einsatzdokumentation im „Fernspäheinsatz“ oder auch „Tectical Explotation Operations (OPTIONAL)“ also die Fähigkeit zur optischen Gewinnung von Schlüsselinformationen in der Tiefe des Raumes. Die Soldaten beobachten mit moderner „optronischer“ Ausrüstung, wie speziellen Fotoapparaten und melden mit der bei den Spezialkräften verwendeten Fernmeldeausrüstung. Sie verschicken an die Operationsführung Bilder um frühzeitig über Lageänderungen zu informieren, die Absichten des Gegners zu studieren oder ein Hochwertziel (HVT) zu identifizieren. Traditionell erhalten Scharfschützen diese Ausbildung. In dem demnächst anlaufenden Kinofilm „Lone Survivor“, ist der Einsatz eines OSA Team eindrucksvoll dokumentiert. Bewaffnet sind die Soldaten mit dem nur von Spezialkräften geführten G27 und dem schon bekannten G36K A1. Auf beiden Waffen sind sogenannte „Surpressor“ montiert.
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