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Dave76

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Afghan National Army Commandos provide security during a mission in Nuristan province, Afghanistan, April 14. Commandos and Coalition Special Operations Forces, the first to visit that area in more than two years, defeated insurgent forces overrunning a village. Commando-led missions provide national security by encouraging local villagers to look to government forces for support rather than insurgents. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 2nd Class Clay Weis / Not Released)



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A coalition Special Operations Forces soldier marks a medical evacuation helicopter landing zone during a mission in Nuristan province, Afghanistan, April 12. Afghan National Army Commandos and coalition SOF, the first to visit that area in more than two years, defeated insurgent forces overrunning a village. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 2nd Class Clay Weis / Not Released)



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Coalition Special Operations Forces Pararescue Jumpers medically evacuate an injured Afghan National Army Commando during a mission in Nuristan province, Afghanistan, April 12. Commandos and coalition SOF, the first to visit that area in more than two years, defeated insurgent forces overrunning a village. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 2nd Class Clay Weis / Not Released)



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Coalition Special Operations Forces Pararescue Jumpers medically evacuate an injured Afghan National Army Commando during a mission in Nuristan province, Afghanistan, April 12. Commandos and coalition SOF, the first to visit that area in more than two years, defeated insurgent forces overrunning a village. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 2nd Class Clay Weis / Not Released)



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Coalition Special Operations Forces Pararescue Jumpers lower a stretcher during a medical evacuation in Nuristan province, Afghanistan, April 13. Afghan National Army Commandos and coalition SOF, the first to visit that area in more than two years, defeated insurgent forces overrunning a village. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 2nd Class Clay Weis / Not Released)



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Coalition Special Operations Forces Pararescue Jumpers medically evacuate an injured Afghan National Army Commando during a mission in Nuristan province, Afghanistan, April 12. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 2nd Class Clay Weis / Not Released)



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United States Army soldiers provide security during a mission in Nuristan province, Afghanistan, April 15. Afghan National Army Commandos and coalition Special Operations Forces, the first to visit that area in more than two years, defeated insurgent forces overrunning a village. After Commandos and coalition SOF had completed their objective, conventional forces arrived to replace their counterparts. Commando-led missions provide national security by encouraging local villagers to look to government forces for support rather than insurgents. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 2nd Class Clay Weis / Not Released)



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A United States Army sniper team set up a rifle during a mission in Nuristan province, Afghanistan, April 15. Afghan National Army Commandos and coalition Special Operations Forces, the first to visit that area in more than two years, defeated insurgent forces overrunning a village. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 2nd Class Clay Weis / Not Released)
BlackHead
ZITAT(muckensen @ 30. Apr 2012, 00:35) *
Amerikanische Gucci-Ausrüstung versus dt. Koppeltragegestell.

Gucci?
Die Standart-US-Schutzweste mit Standart-Taschen ist bei Dir Gucci?
ewood223
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A coalition Special Operations Forces soldier communicates insurgent activity over his radio during a day-long fire fight in Nuristan province, Afghanistan, April 12. Afghan National Army Commandos and coalition SOF, the first to visit that area in more than two years, defeated insurgent forces overrunning a village. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 2nd Class Clay Weis / Not Released)


Schau an, ist das nicht das neue Leupold 1-8? Hat ja nicht lange gedauert, bis das seine Abnehmer gefunden hat...
Kind of Trigger Happy
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Armed police officers walk in Tottenham Court Road in central London April 27, 2012. A man threw computer equipment from a fifth floor window on Friday. © REUTERS/Luke MacGregor



Bin ich der einzige, der drauf geachtet hat, wie viele Patronen in dem Magazin sind? rofl.gif confused.gif
goschi
ZITAT(Kind of Trigger Happy @ 1. May 2012, 16:47) *
Bin ich der einzige, der drauf geachtet hat, wie viele Patronen in dem Magazin sind? rofl.gif confused.gif

ich habe keine Ahnung, was du meinst.
wenn du dich auf das G36 beziehst, da sind 30 Schuss im Magazin.
Kampfhamster
Und ausnahmsweise ist das Magazin mal voll. biggrin.gif

Die Engländer haben das Magazin öfters mal nur halb voll.
Kind of Trigger Happy
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ZITAT(Kind of Trigger Happy @ 1. May 2012, 16:47) *
Bin ich der einzige, der drauf geachtet hat, wie viele Patronen in dem Magazin sind? rofl.gif confused.gif

ich habe keine Ahnung, was du meinst.
wenn du dich auf das G36 beziehst, da sind 30 Schuss im Magazin.


Es gab im Forum mal ne Diskussion zu dem Thema, weil ein paar Special-Forces-Bobbies mit halb vollen G36-Magazinen fotografiert wurden. Klick mich!
Dave76
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Schau an, ist das nicht das neue Leupold 1-8? Hat ja nicht lange gedauert, bis das seine Abnehmer gefunden hat...

Das USMC hat letztes Jahr 728 Leupold Mark 8 CQBSS beschafft.
Black Hawk
Zu welcher Einheit gehören diese britischen Polizisten?
Ich hatte das bisher so vertsanden, dass die Masse der britischen Polizisten unbewaffnet seien. Danach kämen noch einige Streifenwagen mit bewaffneten Polizisten. Und wenn es wirklich Ernst werden würde, käme das SAS zum Einsatz.
Dave76
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Zu welcher Einheit gehören diese britischen Polizisten?

CO19 Specialist Firearms Officers (SFOs)
Malefiz
ZITAT(Black Hawk @ 2. May 2012, 12:16) *
Zu welcher Einheit gehören diese britischen Polizisten?
Ich hatte das bisher so vertsanden, dass die Masse der britischen Polizisten unbewaffnet seien. Danach kämen noch einige Streifenwagen mit bewaffneten Polizisten. Und wenn es wirklich Ernst werden würde, käme das SAS zum Einsatz.


Das ist prinzipiell richtig, aber bis das SAS ausgepackt wird, dauert es schon noch länger. CO19 ist so mehr oder weniger das Londoner Äquivalent zu SWAT/SEK und wird immer dann eingesetzt, wenn Bewaffnete festgenommen werden müssen. Allerdings fahren die im Unterschied zum SEK in so einer Art Streifenwagen rum, die sogenannten Armend Response Vehicle, hier mal ein Link (zu groß) http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Co19.jpg

Der Weisse Hai
Ich hatte das so verstanden, daß auf den ARV's sogenannte Authorised Firearms Officers sitzen, die bei Bedarf reguläre (unbewaffnete) Polizeikräfte verstärken.
Für größere besondere Einsatzlagen kommt dann CO19.

DWH
Dave76
ARVs & SFOs sind beide Teil des sog. CO19 Specialist Firearms Command. Einfach mal meinen obigen link anklicken oder bei wiki schauen...
Dave76

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FORT BRAGG, N.C. -- Members from the 75th Ranger Regiment and 160th Special Operations Aviation Regiment (Airborne) conduct a direct-action raid during the 2012 U.S. Army Special Operations Command Capabilities Exercise, April 24. (Photo by Staff Sgt. Russell Klika)
Dave76

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Ace, an improvised explosive device detection dog, sniffs out a possible IED while Cpl. Sean Grady, a dog handler and pointman with Echo Company, 1st Light Armored Reconnaissance Battalion, sweeps a chokepoint during a patrol here, April 27, 2012. Grady, a 27-year-old native of Otho, Iowa, and Ace have successfully located 16 IEDs, the most of any team in their battalion, since arriving in southern Helmand on October 2011. Photo by Cpl. Alfred V. Lopez



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U.S. Marine Cpl. Sean Grady, a dog handler and pointman with Echo Company, 1st Light Armored Reconnaissance Battalion, and Ace, an improvised explosive device detection dog, pause for a break while sweeping a chokepoint during a patrol here, April 27, 2012. Photo by Cpl. Alfred V. Lopez



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Ace, an improvised explosive device detection dog, sniffs out a possible IED while Cpl. Sean Grady, a dog handler and pointman with Echo Company, 1st Light Armored Reconnaissance Battalion, sweeps a chokepoint during a patrol here, April 27, 2012. Photo by Cpl. Alfred V. Lopez



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U.S. Marine Cpl. Sean Grady, a dog handler and pointman with Echo Company, 1st Light Armored Reconnaissance Battalion, sends Ace, an improvised explosive device detection dog, to sniff out a possible IED while he sweeps a chokepoint during a patrol here, April 27, 2012. Photo by Cpl. Alfred V. Lopez





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U.S. Marine Cpl. Sean Grady, a dog handler and pointman with Echo Company, 1st Light Armored Reconnaissance Battalion, and Ace, an improvised explosive device detection dog, post security during a dismounted patrol here, April 27, 2012. Photo by Cpl. Alfred V. Lopez
Abteilix
@ Dave76
Ich habe leider keine Fotos zu bieten - aber möchte nur mal sagen: Tolle Bilder, da geht einem das Herz auf!
Dave76
Norwegische Spezialkräfte des Forsvarets spesialkommando (FSK) bilden in Kabul afghanische Polizisten der Crisis Response Unit (CRU) [TF 24] aus:


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Norske spesialsoldater som mentorerer den afghanske beredsskapsstyrken (CRU) i Kabul. 2012-04-24 Forsvarets mediesenter



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Et medlem av den afghanske CRU-enheten observerer mens kolleger øver på å innta en bygning. 2012-04-24 Forsvarets mediesenter







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Norske spesialstyrker under en øvelse sammen med den afghanske CRU-enheten. 2012-04-24 Forsvarets mediesenter


Black Hawk
Und wie transportiert man das ganze Zeug ,dass man sonst noch braucht ? And die paar MOLLE- Schlaufen?. Wie siehts mit evtl. Handwechsel aus? Wie siehts mit dem Auf- und Absitzen von Fahrzeugen aus?
schleicher
Das interessiert nicht, denn es sieht martialisch aus und hat viel mun! (Sehr gute anmerkungen von Black Hawk wie ich aber finde!)
Dave76
^ So etwas gab's schon früher öfter mal, wir haben sogar ein thread zu solchen Systemen:

http://www.whq-forum.de/invisionboard/inde...showtopic=29317
Janus
Zum Fliegerabwehrschießen wäre es bestimmt gut zu gebrauchen. wink.gif
Gangslgeister

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Groupe d'intervention de la police nationale
Dave76

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A reconnaissance Marine with Battalion Landing Team 3/1 rappels from a UH-1Y Huey flown by pilots with Marine Medium Helicopter Squadron 268 (Reinforced) onto USS Makin Island's flight deck here, May 6. The landing team serves as the ground combat element with the 11th Marine Expeditionary Unit. The unit embarked USS Makin Island, USS New Orleans and USS Pearl Harbor in San Diego, Nov. 14, beginning a seven-month deployment to the Western Pacific, Horn of Africa and Middle East regions. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Elyssa Quesada)
Dave76

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OP SLIPPER - Special Operations Task Group
Members of the Afghan National Security Force and the Special Operations Task Group conduct a clearance operation through a village in Uruzgan Province. The Afghan National Security Force (ANSF) is taking an increasing lead in providing security in Uruzgan Province with the help of the Special Operations Task Group (SOTG) mentors. ANSF and SOTG regularly patrol throughout Uruzgan Province, taking the fight to the insurgency.This aggressive patrolling not only increases the confidence of the local population in the ANSF but also their capability and capacity. Image by: CPL Ray Vance 1st Joint Public Affairs Unit



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A member of the Afghan National Security Force exits a compound of interest after leading a clearance operation.



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A member of the Special Operations Task Group answers a radio call during a joint patrol with members of the Afghan National Security Force.



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A member of the Afghan National Security Force leads the clearance of a compound of interest while another ANSF member and member of the Special Operations Task Group provide cover.



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Members of the Afghan National Security Force lead the way on a joint patrol with members of the Special Operations Task Group.



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A member of the Afghan National Security Force leads the way on a joint patrol with personnel from the Special Operations Task Group.



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Members of the Afghan National Security Force lead the way on a joint patrol with members of the Special Operations Task Group.
Nite
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OP SLIPPER - Special Operations Task Group
Members of the Afghan National Security Force and the Special Operations Task Group conduct a clearance operation through a village in Uruzgan Province. The Afghan National Security Force (ANSF) is taking an increasing lead in providing security in Uruzgan Province with the help of the Special Operations Task Group (SOTG) mentors. ANSF and SOTG regularly patrol throughout Uruzgan Province, taking the fight to the insurgency.This aggressive patrolling not only increases the confidence of the local population in the ANSF but also their capability and capacity. Image by: CPL Ray Vance 1st Joint Public Affairs Unit

Möchte gerne mal wissen wer diese Caption verbrochen hat...
Dave76
ZITAT(Nite @ 13. May 2012, 10:07) *
Möchte gerne mal wissen wer diese Caption verbrochen hat...

Außer, dass diese captions, wie immer, die Situation recht euphemistisch beschreiben, kann ich da jetzt keine sachlichen Fehler finden...
Nite
Außer das der Text in meinen Augen suggeriert es gäbe einen Verband mit Namen ANSF, welches nur eine Sammelbezzeichnung darstellt.
Insofern wäre die bEschreibung weitaus aussagekräftiger wenn konkret dort stehen würde wer da zu sehen ist (ANA, ANP, NDS,...)
Dave76
Den generischen Oberbegriff 'afghanische Sicherheitskräfte' zu verwenden finde ich jetzt nicht so dramatisch, auch wenn es sich hier tatsächlich ein wenig nach einer Verbandsbezeichnung anhört. Es ist ein recht offenes Geheimnis, dass die SOTG hauptsächlich mit den Uruzgan Provincial Response Companies (PRCs) und dem Special Response Team (SRT) der Afghan National Police (ANP) zusammenarbeitet, dies konnte man auf früheren captions auch so lesen.
Nite
Einfach ANP in die Caption zu schreiben wäre wohl zu einfach wink.gif.
Aber lassen wir das...
Dave76
Das ist aber doch mal meckern auf wirklich hohem Niveau. Ich finde es nämlich grundsätzlich ziemlich bemerkenswert, dass das australische Verteidugungsministerium regelmäßig, hochauflösende und aktuelle Bilder ihrer Spezialkräfte im Einsatz veröffentlicht, wenn man dies mal mit der Öffentlichkeitsarbeit anderer Nationen vergleicht. Da ist doch die ein oder andere nicht ganz so präzise Bildbeschreibung wohl zu verschmerzen... wink.gif
Dave76

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Sighting In
The Afghan Special Operations Unit recently provided a live demonstration of their capabilities for a gathering of Afghan and coalition dignitaries at one of their training bases May 8. (DoD photo)



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Knock Knock
The demonstration featured a simulated operation to detain insurgents and live-fire exercise, and showcased the skills the unit displays in anti-insurgent operations around the country. (DoD photo)



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Take the Hill
The purpose of the event was to show Afghan and coalition leaders that the transition of security responsibilities to Afghan forces is proceeding as scheduled. (DoD photo)



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On Target
The Afghan Special Operations Unit has conducted over 400 operations with coalition support since December 2011. (DoD photo)
Nite
xyxthumbs.gif
Die Afghanen tragen übrigens Uniformen im kürzlich eingeführten Ghostex Kilo-1 Tarnmuster von Hyperstealth.
(Und ja, bei den Afghanen herrschen amerikanische/russische/persische Verhältnisse wo jeder ein eigenes Tarnmuster braucht...)
agdus
Das mit den vielen verschiedenen Tarnmustern hat auch Vorteile.
So steigert es das friendly fire was freie Arbeitsplätze schafft und wiederum die Arbeitslosenquote positiv beeinflusst. hmpf.gif
Dave76

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A Czech Republic soldier fires his CZ-805 BREN assault rifle at enemy combatants during an Operational Mentor Liaison Team (OMLT) training exercise at the Joint Multinational Readiness Center in Hohenfels, Germany, May 11, 2012. OMLT XXIII and Police Operational Mentor Liaison Team VII training are designed to prepare teams for deployment to Afghanistan with the ability to train, advise, and enable the Afghan National Security Force in areas such as counter-insurgency, combat advisory, and force enabling support operations. (U.S. Army photo by Spc. Ashley Webster/Released)



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Czech Republic soldiers, replicating Afghan National Army, pull security at a refuel point during an Operational Mentor Liaison Team (OMLT) training exercise at the Joint Multinational Readiness Center in Hohenfels, Germany, May 11, 2012. OMLT XXIII and Police Operational Mentor Liaison Team VII training are designed to prepare teams for deployment to Afghanistan with the ability to train, advise, and enable the Afghan National Security Force in areas such as counter-insurgency, combat advisory, and force enabling support operations. (U.S. Army photo by Spc. Ashley Webster/Released)



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Czech Republic Sgt. Martin Vorlicek pulls security at a refuel point during an Operational Mentor Liaison Team (OMLT) training exercise at the Joint Multinational Readiness Center in Hohenfels, Germany, May 11, 2012. OMLT XXIII and Police Operational Mentor Liaison Team VII training are designed to prepare teams for deployment to Afghanistan with the ability to train, advise, and enable the Afghan National Security Force in areas such as counter-insurgency, combat advisory, and force enabling support operations. (U.S. Army photo by Spc. Ashley Webster/Released)



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Czech Republic army soldiers, replicating Afghan National Army, guard an election official during an Operational Mentor Liaison Team (OMLT) training exercise at the Joint Multinational Readiness Center in Hohenfels, Germany, May 11, 2012. OMLT XXIII and Police Operational Mentor Liaison Team (POMLT) VII training are designed to prepare teams for deployment to Afghanistan with the ability to train, advise, and enable the Afghan National Security Force in areas such as counter-insurgency, combat advisory, and force enabling support operations. (U.S. Army photo by Spc. Ryan Livingston/Not Released)



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Czech Republic army soldiers, replicating Afghan National Army and German army soldiers, Operational Mentor Liaison Team (OMLT) react to contact while guarding wounded personnel official during an OMLT training exercise at the Joint Multinational Readiness Center in Hohenfels, Germany, May 11, 2012. OMLT XXIII and Police Operational Mentor Liaison Team (POMLT) VII training are designed to prepare teams for deployment to Afghanistan with the ability to train, advise, and enable the Afghan National Security Force in areas such as counter-insurgency, combat advisory, and force enabling support operations. (U.S. Army photo by Spc. Ryan Livingston/Not Released)


Calijan
schön mal Bilder aus meiner Heimat zu sehen.
(nein ich wohne nicht im JMRC, aber direkt daneben)
Bohemund1111
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A Lebanese soldier runs after a man who has stolen his rifle at a street that divides the Sunni and Alawite neighbourhoods in Tripoli, northern Lebanon, May 15, 2012.



Dave76

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A Sunni gunman fires his weapon during a clashes, in the northern port city of Tripoli, Lebanon, Sunday May 13, 2012. Gunfire broke out in the city Saturday and continued through the night primarily between a neighborhood populated by Sunni Muslims who hate Syrian President Bashar Assad and another area with many Assad backers from his Alawite sect. Lebanon's national news agency NNA said one soldier was shot dead by a sniper in the city early Sunday. Another man was found dead on the side of a road while a third died after a shell landed in a residential neighborhood. (AP Photo/Hussein Malla)



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A Sunni gunman, fires his gun during clashes in the northern port city of Tripoli, Lebanon, Sunday May 13, 2012. (AP Photo/Hussein Malla)



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Sunni gunmen fire their rifles during clashes, in the northern port city of Tripoli, Lebanon, Sunday May 13, 2012. (AP Photo/Hussein Malla)



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A Sunni gunman fires during a clashes, in the northern port city of Tripoli, Lebanon, Sunday May 13, 2012. (AP Photo/Hussein Malla)



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Sunni gunmen fire during clashes, in the northern port city of Tripoli, Lebanon, Sunday May 13, 2012. (AP Photo/Hussein Malla)



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Two Sunni gunmen stand in the middle of Syria Street which divides the Sunni and Alawite areas, in the northern port city of Tripoli, Lebanon, Sunday May 13, 2012. (AP Photo/Hussein Malla)



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A Sunni gunman stands at Syria Street which divides the Sunni and Alawite areas, in the northern port city of Tripoli, Lebanon, Sunday May 13, 2012. (AP Photo/Hussein Malla)



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A Sunni gunman, runs and holds his gun as he moves his position during clashes, in the northern port city of Tripoli, Lebanon, Sunday May 13, 2012. (AP Photo/Hussein Malla)


Einige dieser Bilder wären wohl, ganz offensichtlich, auch gut im Kuriositätenthread aufgehoben...
ramke
Vor allem der Anbau mit Waffe. Was ist da alles dran?!
Nite
Erkennen kann man ein ZF, 2 Lampen, einen Laser und einen Vordergriff.
So langsam kommt der Gear-Wahn halt auch bei den Insurgents dieser Welt an biggrin.gif
Kleiner
ZITAT(ramke @ 15. May 2012, 22:17) *
Vor allem der Anbau mit Waffe. Was ist da alles dran?!


zielfernrohr,mündungsbremse, vordergriff, und 3x lampen...
docholiday





Das ist doch der gleiche Typ biggrin.gif Entweder hat der Soldat seine M4 zurück bekommen oder die unteren Bilder wurden vor dem Diebstahl aufgenommen. hmpf.gif
Almeran
Das Prinzip Schulterstütze scheint noch nicht so ganz angekommen zu sein.
Sgt. Sanderson
Deshalb treffen die auch kaum.
agdus
Zielen wird allgemein überbewertet smile.gif
Vielleicht denken sie, das es wie bei Battlefield3 ist, das man für Unterdrückungsfeuer auch punkte bekommt. biggrin.gif
Fraglich ist allerdings, ob das nur bei gestellten Bildern so aussieht oder ob sie, wenn es wirklich um ihr Leben geht, richtig zielen...
Bilder sind ja doch nur ne Momentaufnahme ohne genaues Wissen der Hintergründe....
Slavomir
Sieht aber stark nach gestellten Bildchen für die Kamera.
Kampfhamster
ZITAT(Sgt. Sanderson @ 16. May 2012, 07:54) *
Deshalb treffen die auch kaum.


Und sich dann wundern, wenn sie mal gegen richtige Soldaten antreten müssen biggrin.gif
Enne111
ZITAT(Kampfhamster @ 16. May 2012, 12:09) *
ZITAT(Sgt. Sanderson @ 16. May 2012, 07:54) *
Deshalb treffen die auch kaum.


Und sich dann wundern, wenn sie mal gegen richtige Soldaten antreten müssen biggrin.gif

Naja, wenn sich die "richtigen Soldaten" schon das Gewehr aus der Hand mopsen lassen würde ich sagen die Chancen sind ausgeglichen... rofl.gif
Nite
Aus der Hand wohl kaum, außer aus "dead cold hands" wink.gif
Enne111
ZITAT(Bohemund1111 @ 15. May 2012, 20:54) *
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A Lebanese soldier runs after a man who has stolen his rifle at a street that divides the Sunni and Alawite neighbourhoods in Tripoli, northern Lebanon, May 15, 2012.



Also der sieht für mich noch ziemlich lebendig aus...
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