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Camouflage
ZITAT(Der Weisse Hai @ 22. Mar 2014, 18:21) *
mit ziemlicher sicherheit ist das eine "bundesdienstflagge, taktisch". schön zu sehen, daß sich mein projekt von damals so weiträumig durchgesetzt hat. die über asmc vertriebenen stücke entsprechen dem damaligen "original". eine gute idee hat man nicht lange alleine, und die stickerei liefert halt an alle abnehmer.

Und warum hast Du das zu Deinem Projekt gemacht?
Der Weisse Hai
ich hatte etwas aehnliches bei österreichischen kameraden gesehen und empfand es als gute idee, das fuer unsere streit- und sicherheitskraefte zu haben. daß das interesse so ueberwaeltigend war hat mich selbst ueberrascht.

dwh
Dave76

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A U.S. Special Forces Operational Detachment-Alpha soldier calls in to his command for confirmation of pick up locations after the successful completion of the clearance of Darazkol village, Mya Neshin district, Kandahar province, Afghanistan, Feb. 23, 2014. The SFODA assisted the 3rd Special Operations Kandak in conducting a clearance to disrupt insurgents' use of the area as meeting grounds. (U.S. Army Photo by Staff Sgt. Bertha A. Flores)



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A U.S. special forces soldier assigned to Combined Joint Special Operations Task Force-Afghanistan, searches the terrain around Nangah village for improvised explosive devices during a clearance operation in Shah Wali Kot district, Kandahar province, Afghanistan, March 3, 2014. The operation was conducted by Afghan National Army commandos of the 3rd Special Operations Kandak and assisted by USSF soldiers to disrupt insurgent networks in the area. (U.S. Army photo by Spc. Sara Wakai)



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U.S. Army Special Forces Operational Detachment-Alpha soldiers assigned to Combined Joint Special Operations Task Force-Afghanistan provide security during the clearance of Denasaro Kelay village in Mizan district, Kandahar province, Afghanistan, March 8, 2014. The SFODA assisted commandos from Afghan National Army's 1st Company, 3rd Special Operations Kandak in the clearance in order to disrupt the insurgent network's movement in and out the area. (U.S. Army photo by Spc. Sara Wakai)



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A U.S. Army Special Forces Operational Detachment-Alpha soldier assigned to Combined Joint Special Operations Task Force-Afghanistan provides security during a clearing operation in Denasaro Kelay village in Mizan district, Kandahar province, Afghanistan, March 8, 2014. Commandos from the Afghan National Army's 1st Company, 3rd Special Operations Kandak and the SFODA conducted the clearance in order to disrupt the insurgent network's movement in and out the area. (U.S. Army photo by Spc. Sara Wakai)



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A U.S. Army Special Forces Operational Detachment-Alpha soldier assigned to Combined Joint Special Operations Task Force-Afghanistan fires a Carl Gustav recoilless rifle system after receiving small-arms fire during a clearing operation in Denasaro Kelay village in Mizan district, Kandahar province, Afghanistan, March 8, 2014. Commandos from the Afghan National Army's 1st Company, 3rd Special Operations Kandak and the SFODA conducted the clearance in order to disrupt the insurgent network's movement in and out the area. (U.S. Army photo by Spc. Sara Wakai)



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A U.S. Special Forces soldier, assigned to Combined Joint Special Operations Task Force-Afghanistan, provides security during the clearance of Mirza Kalay village, Mya Neshin district, Kandahar province, Afghanistan, March 8, 2014. USSF soldiers assisted the Commandos of 3rd Special Operation Kandak in conducting the clearance to disrupt insurgents' freedom of movement in the area. (U.S. Army Photo by Staff Sgt. Bertha A. Flores/ Released)



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U.S. Special Forces soldiers of Combined Joint Special Operations Task Force-Afghanistan provide security during the clearance of Mirza Kalay village, Mya Neshin district, Kandahar province, Afghanistan, March 8, 2014. USSF soldiers assisted Commandos of the 3rd Special Operations Kandak in conducting the clearance to disrupt insurgents' freedom of movement in the area. (U.S. Army Photo by Staff Sgt. Bertha A. Flores/ Released)
Dave76

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Belbek (Ukraine), 22/03/2014.- Belbek Air Force base during the attack of Crimea's self-defense units, 22 March 2014. Belbek was the last Ukrainian military base, which has not surrendered after the annexation of Crimea by Russia. PAP/Jakub Kaminski



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Belbek (Ukraine), 22/03/2014.- Ukrainian soldiers stand guard as Crimea's self-defense units storm the Belbek Air Force base in Belbek, Ukraine, 22 March 2014. Belbek was the last Ukrainian military base, which has not surrendered after the annexation of Crimea by Russia. Crimean Premier Sergey Aksenov stressed that the base had been liberated from 'foreign troops'. In recent days, Russia has sought to clear out the last few pockets of resistance by browbeating dispirited Ukrainian troops into surrender. EFE/EPA/JAKUBI KAMINSKI



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Armed men, believed to be Russian servicemen, stand guard, with Ukrainian servicemen seen in the foreground, at a military airbase, in the Crimean town of Belbek near Sevastopol March 22, 2014. The commander of Belbek airbase in Crimea said on Saturday he would be taken away by Russian forces for talks after they entered the base with armored vehicles and automatic rifles. REUTERS/Shamil Zhumatov





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A Ukrainian serviceman (R, front) talks to armed men, believed to be Russian servicemen, who stand guard at a military airbase, in the Crimean town of Belbek near Sevastopol March 22, 2014. Russian troops forced their way into a Ukrainian airbase in Crimea with armored vehicles, automatic fire and stun grenades on Saturday, injuring a Ukrainian serviceman and detaining the base's commander for talks. REUTERS/Shamil Zhumatov



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Belbek (Ukraine), 22/03/2014.- Ukrainian soldiers stand guard as Crimea's self-defense units storm the Belbek Air Force base in Belbek, Ukraine, 22 March 2014. Belbek was the last Ukrainian military base, which has not surrendered after the annexation of Crimea by Russia. Crimean Premier Sergey Aksenov stressed that the base had been liberated from 'foreign troops'. In recent days, Russia has sought to clear out the last few pockets of resistance by browbeating dispirited Ukrainian troops into surrender. EFE/EPA/JAKUBI KAMINSKI



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Belbek (Ukraine), 22/03/2014.- Crimea's self-defense units detain some people as they storm the Belbek Air Force base in Belbek, Ukraine, 22 March 2014. EFE/EPA/JAKUBI KAMINSKI



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Belbek (Ukraine), 22/03/2014.- Crimea's self-defense units storm the Belbek Air Force base in Belbek, Ukraine, 22 March 2014. EFE/EPA/JAKUBI KAMINSKI



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Belbek (Ukraine), 22/03/2014.- Crimea's self-defense units detain some people as they storm the Belbek Air Force base in Belbek, Ukraine, 22 March 2014. EFE/EPA/JAKUBI KAMINSKI



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Belbek (Ukraine), 22/03/2014.- Crimea's self-defense units detain some people as they storm the Belbek Air Force base in Belbek, Ukraine, 22 March 2014. EFE/EPA/JAKUBI KAMINSKI



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Belbek (Ukraine), 22/03/2014.- Crimea's self-defense units storm the Belbek Air Force base in Belbek, Ukraine, 22 March 2014. EFE/EPA/JAKUBI KAMINSKI


Wollte noch darauf hinweisen, dass es sich, bei den auf einigen Bildern als Crimea's self-defense units bezeichneten Männern, recht unzweifelhaft um russische Spezialeinsatzkräfte handeln dürfte.
Der Weisse Hai
Rekrutieren die sich seit neuestem aus der Weichluftszene? rofl.gif

DWH

Dave76
ZITAT(Der Weisse Hai @ 23. Mar 2014, 13:27) *
Rekrutieren die sich seit neuestem aus der Weichluftszene? rofl.gif

DWH

Dir ist schon klar, dass die Weichluftkriegerszene sich sehr gerne wie Spezialschnuckis kleidet und bis ins kleinste Detail nachäfft und nicht umgekehrt, oder?
Der Weisse Hai
Nein. Das ist mir heutzutage eben nicht mehr klar. Da hat wohl ein Kreislauf eingesetzt. lol.gif

DWH
Dave76

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An Israeli special forces soldier hides his face while on patrol at the Israeli-Syrian border in the Golan Heights, on Israeli-Syrian border, 19 March 2014. Israeli Air forces launched air raids against Syrian army positions loyal to President al-Assad hours after four Israeli soldiers were wounded when an explosion detonated near their jeep as they were patrolling Israel’s border with Syria.
Credit: EPA



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Israeli special forces soldier monitor the Israeli-Syrian border in the Golan heights, on Israeli-Syrian border, 19 March 2014. Credit: EPA
writer
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Cold Response 2014

Neun Tage, 16.000 Soldaten, 16 Nationen: Das war Cold Response. Mit dabei waren Kameraden des Fallschirmjägerbataillons 261 (Fallschirmjäger mit erweiterter Grundbefähigung), des Transporthubschrauberregiments 30, des Lufttransportgeschwaders 63 und der Fernspählehrkompanie 200. Auch die Marine beteiligte sich mit eigenen Kräften. Informationen gibt's unter: http://bit.ly/Cold_Response /Marco


Klicken für HiRes!


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Ein Trupp der Fallschirmjäger mit Erweiterter Grundbefähigung beim Vorgehen im Gelände.
©Bundeswehr/ Bender



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Ein Trupp der Fallschirmjäger mit Erweiterter Grundbefähigung beim Vorgehen im Gelände.
©Bundeswehr/ Bender



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Eine deutsche Bell UH-1 D wird nach dem Transport durch eine Antonov auf dem Flugfeld HARSTAD-NARVIK entladen. ©Bundeswehr/Burow



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Eine Bell UH-1 D auf dem Flugfeld HARSTAD-NARVIK, EVENEST, im Hintergrund startet eine deutsche Transall C-160.
©Bundeswehr/ Bender



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Das Transporthubschrauberregiment 30 aus Niederstetten nimmt mit sechs leichten Transporthubschraubern Bell UH-1D an der Übung teil.
Sie sind auf der Evenes Air Station stationiert und werden Spezial- und Spezialisierte Kräfte im Lufttransport zu ihren Einsatzorten fliegen.
©Bundeswehr/Vennemann



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Eine Bell UH-1 D über Norwegen im Erkundungsflug.
©Bundeswehr/ Bender



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Die Besatzung eines leichten Transporthubschraubers Bell UH-1D auf einem Übungsflug im Übungsgebiet.
Der Kommandant (vorne links) vergleicht das unter ihm liegende Gelände mit der Karte.
©Bundeswehr/Vennemann



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in Fernspäher der Fernspählehrkompanie 200 in seiner Beobachtungsstellung. Mit hochwertiger Kamera und Extremteleobjektiv wird das Objekt beobachtet und fotografiert.
Ein auf der Kamera montierter GPS-Empfänger spielt die Standortkoordinaten direkt in die Kamerainformationen ein. ©Bundeswehr/Vennemann



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Ein Fernspäher der Fernspählehrkompanie 200 beobachtet das umliegende Gelände im Rahmen der Sicherung. ©Bundeswehr/Vennemann



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Fallschirmjäger der 3.Kompanie des Fallschirmjägerbataillon 261 üben auf dem Schießplatz Ramsund die taktische Annäherung an ein Objekt.
Die Soldaten gehören zu den Spezialisierten Kräften des Heeres mit erweiterter Grundbefähigung (EGB). ©Bundeswehr/Vennemann



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Fallschirmjäger der 3.Kompanie des Fallschirmjägerbataillon 261 üben auf dem Schießplatz Ramsund die taktische Annäherung an ein Objekt.
Die Soldaten gehören zu den Spezialisierten Kräften des Heeres mit erweiterter Grundbefähigung (EGB). ©Bundeswehr/Vennemann
-WDW-
ZITAT(Dave76 @ 23. Mar 2014, 13:06) *
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Belbek (Ukraine), 22/03/2014.- Belbek Air Force base during the attack of Crimea's self-defense units, 22 March 2014. Belbek was the last Ukrainian military base, which has not surrendered after the annexation of Crimea by Russia. PAP/Jakub Kaminski


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Belbek (Ukraine), 22/03/2014.- Ukrainian soldiers stand guard as Crimea's self-defense units storm the Belbek Air Force base in Belbek, Ukraine, 22 March 2014. Belbek was the last Ukrainian military base, which has not surrendered after the annexation of Crimea by Russia. Crimean Premier Sergey Aksenov stressed that the base had been liberated from 'foreign troops'. In recent days, Russia has sought to clear out the last few pockets of resistance by browbeating dispirited Ukrainian troops into surrender. EFE/EPA/JAKUBI KAMINSKI


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Armed men, believed to be Russian servicemen, stand guard, with Ukrainian servicemen seen in the foreground, at a military airbase, in the Crimean town of Belbek near Sevastopol March 22, 2014. The commander of Belbek airbase in Crimea said on Saturday he would be taken away by Russian forces for talks after they entered the base with armored vehicles and automatic rifles. REUTERS/Shamil Zhumatov



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A Ukrainian serviceman (R, front) talks to armed men, believed to be Russian servicemen, who stand guard at a military airbase, in the Crimean town of Belbek near Sevastopol March 22, 2014. Russian troops forced their way into a Ukrainian airbase in Crimea with armored vehicles, automatic fire and stun grenades on Saturday, injuring a Ukrainian serviceman and detaining the base's commander for talks. REUTERS/Shamil Zhumatov


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Belbek (Ukraine), 22/03/2014.- Ukrainian soldiers stand guard as Crimea's self-defense units storm the Belbek Air Force base in Belbek, Ukraine, 22 March 2014. Belbek was the last Ukrainian military base, which has not surrendered after the annexation of Crimea by Russia. Crimean Premier Sergey Aksenov stressed that the base had been liberated from 'foreign troops'. In recent days, Russia has sought to clear out the last few pockets of resistance by browbeating dispirited Ukrainian troops into surrender. EFE/EPA/JAKUBI KAMINSKI


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Belbek (Ukraine), 22/03/2014.- Crimea's self-defense units detain some people as they storm the Belbek Air Force base in Belbek, Ukraine, 22 March 2014. EFE/EPA/JAKUBI KAMINSKI


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Belbek (Ukraine), 22/03/2014.- Crimea's self-defense units storm the Belbek Air Force base in Belbek, Ukraine, 22 March 2014. EFE/EPA/JAKUBI KAMINSKI


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Belbek (Ukraine), 22/03/2014.- Crimea's self-defense units detain some people as they storm the Belbek Air Force base in Belbek, Ukraine, 22 March 2014. EFE/EPA/JAKUBI KAMINSKI


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Belbek (Ukraine), 22/03/2014.- Crimea's self-defense units detain some people as they storm the Belbek Air Force base in Belbek, Ukraine, 22 March 2014. EFE/EPA/JAKUBI KAMINSKI


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Belbek (Ukraine), 22/03/2014.- Crimea's self-defense units storm the Belbek Air Force base in Belbek, Ukraine, 22 March 2014. EFE/EPA/JAKUBI KAMINSKI

Wollte noch darauf hinweisen, dass es sich, bei den auf einigen Bildern als Crimea's self-defense units bezeichneten Männern, recht unzweifelhaft um russische Spezialeinsatzkräfte handeln dürfte.


Ich würde dabei auf SSO-Kräfte tippen, entsprechende Ausrüstung und der Auftrag (im Ausland eingesetzt zu werden) decken sich überein.

Hier ein Video
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6KU-eLWcxuI&noredirect=1
Kameratt
Vermutlich Senezh. Eine Einheit welche bislang unmittelbar dem Verteidigungsministerium unterstellt war und als einzige diese "weichluft"-Ausrüstung zum Testen bekam.
writer

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An Army Special Forces communications sergeant, 10th Special Forces Group (Airborne), spots targets and calls adjustments for his shooter on a mountainside by Range 205, March 14, 2014.
The pair were concealed under their hide-sight position which is used to help prevent enemies from spotting them.



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An Army Special Forces communications sergeant, 10th Special Forces Group (Airborne), fires a round through the window of a room during the sniper course of fire held at Range 205, March 14, 2014.
The exercise offered the challenge of shooting from a mountainside into a town and from inside buildings to surrounding areas.



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Sgt. Matt Dorman, joint terminal attack controller, 2nd Battalion, 10th Marine Regiment, and an Army Special Forces communications sergeant, 10th Special Forces Group (Airborne),
prepare to shoot from inside a building as a team during a sniper course of fire held at Range 205, March 14, 2014.
The exercise had Marines and soldiers switch between being spotters and shooters to give them a full grasp of the dynamic a team should have.
Dave76

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Upon hearing gun shots, a military police officer runs for cover, past residents, during an operation in the Mare slum complex, ahead of its "pacification," in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, Tuesday, March 25, 2014. Elite federal police and army troops will be sent to the city to help quell a wave of violence in so-called "pacified" slums. Recent attacks on police bases in the favelas is raising concerns about an ambitious security program that began in 2008, in part to secure the city ahead of this year's World Cup and the 2016 Olympics. (AP Photo/Felipe Dana)
writer

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A U.S. Special Forces soldiers assigned to Combined Joint Special Operations Task Force - Afghanistan use a banner to communicate with a passing helicopter after communications with it dropped during a patrol
in Maiwand District, Kandahar province, Afghanistan, March 18, 2014. The operation was conducted in response to a previous direct fire incident in the area that killed and wounded several ANSF.
(U.S. Army photo by Pfc. David Devich/Released)
Jahr
Morgen zusammen

Mal eine Frage: hat einer von euch ein Bild des Dienstanzugs der Gedirgsjäger von 1993?

Gruß

Jahr
Der Weisse Hai
Der hier?





DWH
Jahr
Sorry Weisser Hai aber deine Bilder, zeigt mir mein Computer nicht an. (alte Kiste)
Ich weiß auch nur das der Dienstanzug zur Vereidignug und so weiter zu tragen war.(Mannscharft)


Gruß

Jahr
Der Weisse Hai
Vielleicht klappt es mit den links besser:

http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/comm...irgsjäger).jpg

http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/comm...rgsjäger)1.jpg

edit: klappt auch nicht. Einfach mal googlen: "Bundeswehr Dienstanzug Skibluse Keilhose"

DWH
Dave76
ZITAT(Der Weisse Hai @ 27. Mar 2014, 12:03) *
Der hier?





DWH


ZITAT(Der Weisse Hai @ 27. Mar 2014, 13:25) *
Vielleicht klappt es mit den links besser:

http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/comm...birgsjäger).jpg

http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/comm...irgsjäger)1.jpg

edit: klappt auch nicht. Einfach mal googlen: "Bundeswehr Dienstanzug Skibluse Keilhose"

DWH

Ich war mal so frei und habe deine Hotlinks und Direktlinks repariert, dann klappt's. wink.gif
Jahr
Danke ich denke ja. Er meinte nur Bunthose.
Werde heute mal nachfragen...
Gruß
Jahr
Der Weisse Hai
@ Dave: Danke sehr! xyxthumbs.gif

@Jahr: Die Kniebundhose gab es meines Wissens nur zum steingrau-oliven Feldanzug. Sie entfiel mit der Umrüstung auf die Feldbekleidung 90.

DWH

Nite
ZITAT(Der Weisse Hai @ 27. Mar 2014, 16:09) *
@ Dave: Danke sehr! xyxthumbs.gif

@Jahr: Die Kniebundhose gab es meines Wissens nur zum steingrau-oliven Feldanzug. Sie entfiel mit der Umrüstung auf die Feldbekleidung 90.

DWH

so korrekt
Jahr
So hab nun nach gefragt.
Ja die meinte er. Danke
Aber er meinte, er hatte noch die Kniebunthose u.s.w. bekommen.1994
Gruß
Jahr
Ps kann nur das schreiben was er mir sagt.
Nite
Die Umruestung auf Flecktarn hat sich bis Mitte der 90er hingezogen.
Jahr
Sorry hab vergessen dazu zuschreiben.
Das er die Kniebundhose u.s.w. nur im Schrank hatte. Nie an.
Gruß
Jahr
writer
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Im Norden viel Regen

Evenes, 27.03.2014, Y-Magazin 04/2014.
Bei der NATO-Übung „Cold Response 2014“ vom 10. bis 19. März trainierten 16.000 Soldaten aus 16 Nationen in Nordnorwegen zwei Wochen lang den Winter- und Gebirgskampf.
Die 336 deutschen Soldaten waren nicht nur die Ersten, sie trotzten auch Schnee, Eis und Regen.


Link zum Artikel



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Trotz starken Windes und Regens setzt die norwegische Bell 412SP Fallschirmjäger (EGB) aus Lebach ab.
(Quelle: Bundeswehr/Gerrit Burow)



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Im Übungsgelände Biscaya trainieren die EGBler urbane Angriffstaktiken.
(Quelle: Bundeswehr/Carsten Vennemann)



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Soldat der deutschen Fernspäher sichert die Kameraden.
(Quelle: Bundeswehr/Gerrit Burow)



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Skidoos sind in der Infiltrationsphase leiser als Hubschrauber.
(Quelle: Bundeswehr/Gerrit Burow)



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Beobachtungsversteck der Fernspäher.
(Quelle: Bundeswehr/Gerrit Burow)



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G36 mit Granatwerfer und im Schneetarnlook.
(Quelle: Bundeswehr/Gerrit Burow)



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Norwegisches Übungsgelände Biscaya in Ramsund. In der „CET-FIT“-Phase können die EGBler vieles vorüben.
(Quelle: Bundeswehr/Carsten Vennemann)
muckensen
Danke @Dave für die Russen auf dem Gelände der Belbek-Basis. Es entbehrt nicht einer gewissen Komik, wie sehr die Russen sich vor den technisch und wohl auch in Sachen Moral unterlegenen Ukrainern produzieren...
ZITAT(writer @ 21. Mar 2014, 18:26) *
Persec ?!

Sind doch Schwarzwälder, oder nicht?
Warum wurden die Deutschen als "Counterparts" der amerikanischen Infanteristen bezeichnet? Im Englischen meint das Wort nicht ein momentanes, sondern ein vergleichbares Gegenüber. Und sollten 'Schwarzwälder' die Anwesenheit eines Mass Communication Specialists nicht weniger gelassen hinnehmen?

Kann jemand die Fahrzeuge identifizieren, besonders Bild 8 in der Mitte?
MajorPayne
Meines Erachtens ein Oshkosh M-ATV.

€dith meint: links daneben dürfte ein Cougar 6x6 MRAP stehen. Gibt's auch als 4x4. Hinten rechts ist für mich schwer erkennbar. Würde wieder M-ATV sagen.
muckensen
Okay, war mir nicht sicher. Mich hat gewundert, dass nirgendwo deutsche Fahrzeuge zu sehen sind.
writer
Weapons Cache in Khogyani


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A U.S. Special Forces soldier, attached to Combined Joint Special Operations Task Force-Afghanistan,
watches as CH-47 Chinooks touch down before an operation near Kabul province, Afghanistan, March 19, 2014.
Afghan National Army commandos of 6th Special Operations Kandak, advised and assisted by USSF soldiers,
conducted the operation to disrupt insurgent freedom of maneuver.
(U.S. Army photo by Spc. Connor Mendez/Released)



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Two U.S. Special Forces soldiers, attached to Combined Joint Special Operations Task Force-Afghanistan,
watch from a distance as Afghan National Army commandos , of 6th Special Operations Kandak, clear a compound,
during an operation in Khogyani district, Nangarhar province, Afghanistan, March 20, 2014.
The commandos, advised and assisted by U.S. Special Forces soldiers,
conducted the operation to disrupt insurgent freedom of maneuver.
(U.S. Army photo by Spc. Connor Mendez/Released)



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A U.S. Special Forces soldier, attached to Combined Joint Special Operations Task Force-Afghanistan,
refers to his map during an operation in Khogyani district, Nangarhar province, Afghanistan, March 20, 2014.
Afghan National Army commandos of 6th Special Operations Kandak, advised and assisted by USSF soldiers,
conducted the operation to disrupt insurgent freedom of maneuver.
(U.S. Army photo by Spc. Connor Mendez/Released)



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A U.S. Special Forces soldier, attached to Combined Joint Special Operations Task Force-Afghanistan,
and an Afghan National Army commando, of 6th Special Operations Kandak,
scan the area for enemy movement after taking direct fire from insurgents during an operation in Khogyani district, Nangarhar province, Afghanistan, March 20, 2014.
Commandos, advised and assisted by U.S. Special Forces soldiers, conducted the operation to disrupt insurgent freedom of maneuver.
(U.S. Army photo by Spc. Connor Mendez/Released)



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U.S. Special Forces soldiers, attached to Combined Joint Special Task Force-Afghanistan,
observe a squad of Afghan National Army commandos clear a compound with hostile insurgent activity,
during an operation in Khogyani district, Nangarhar province, Afghanistan, March 20, 2014.
The commandos of 6th Special Operations Kandak, advised and assisted by U.S. Special Forces soldiers,
conducted the operation to disrupt insurgent freedom of maneuver.
(U.S. Army photo by Spc. Connor Mendez/Released)



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U.S. Special Forces soldiers, attached to Combined Joint Special Operations Task Force-Afghanistan,
provide cover as a squad of Afghan National Army commandos bound toward a compound with hostile enemy activity,
during an operation in Khogyani district, Nangarhar province, Afghanistan, March 20, 2014.
Commandos of 6th Special Operations Kandak, advised and assisted by USSF soldiers,
conducted the operation to disrupt insurgent freedom of maneuver.
(U.S. Army photo by Spc. Connor Mendez/Released)



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A U.S. Special Forces soldier, attached to Combined Joint Special Task Force-Afghanistan, and two Afghan National Army commandos,
of 6th Special Operations Kandak, observe a squad of commandos clear a compound with hostile insurgent activity,
during an operation in Khogyani district, Nangarhar province, Afghanistan, March 20, 2014. The commandos,
advised and assisted by USSF soldiers, conducted the operation to disrupt insurgent freedom of maneuver.
(U.S. Army photo by Spc. Connor Mendez/Released)



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A U.S. Special Forces soldier, attached to Combined Joint Special Operations Task Force-Afghanistan,
observes a squad of commandos clear a compound with hostile insurgent activity during an operation in Khogyani district,
Nangarhar province, Afghanistan, March 20, 2014. Commandos of 6th Special Operations Kandak,
advised and assisted by U.S. Special Forces soldiers, conducted the operation to disrupt insurgent freedom of maneuver.
(U.S. Army photo by Spc. Connor Mendez/Released)



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A U.S. Special Forces soldier, attached to Combined Joint Special Operations Task Force-Afghanistan,
returns from leading a patrol of Afghan National Army commandos during an operation in Khogyani district,
Nangarhar province, Afghanistan, March 20, 2014. Commandos of 6th Special Operations Kandak,
advised and assisted by U.S. Special Forces soldiers, conducted the operation to disrupt insurgent freedom of maneuver.
(U.S. Army photo by Spc. Connor Mendez/Released)
Dave76
ZITAT(muckensen @ 27. Mar 2014, 21:07) *
Danke @Dave für die Russen auf dem Gelände der Belbek-Basis.

Bütteschän.

ZITAT(muckensen @ 27. Mar 2014, 21:07) *
ZITAT(writer @ 21. Mar 2014, 18:26) *
Persec ?!

Sind doch Schwarzwälder, oder nicht?
Warum wurden die Deutschen als "Counterparts" der amerikanischen Infanteristen bezeichnet? Im Englischen meint das Wort nicht ein momentanes, sondern ein vergleichbares Gegenüber. Und sollten 'Schwarzwälder' die Anwesenheit eines Mass Communication Specialists nicht weniger gelassen hinnehmen?

Das ist doch Wortklauberei, ich denke der Umstand, dass die Bilder der Deutschen von der Facebook-Seite verschwunden sind (siehe mein Post: Klick mich) spricht wohl für sich.
Kreuz As
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Die Umruestung auf Flecktarn hat sich bis Mitte der 90er hingezogen.


Optimistische Einschätzung.

Panzermeyer
Da fing das erst richtig an. Wir wurden 94-95 umgekleidet, damals als "KRK-Verband". Teilweise habe ich 1998 noch Einheiten in Grün gesehen.
Kameratt
Kaum gehört die Krim zu Russland, sitzt man schon wieder oben drauf.



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Forces spéciales : Trépel, spécialistes de l’assaut
20/03/2014
Basées à Lorient, les forces spéciales du commando Trépel sont spécialisées dans l’assaut à la mer et à la libération d’otages. Le commando porte le nom du capitaine Trépel, un des créateurs des commandos, disparu en 1944 au cours d’un raid en Hollande. La rédaction a partagé leur entrainement à 4 000 mètres d’altitude et dans le désert, à Djibouti.
E. Krempff/R. Connan - DICOD



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Un groupe de chuteurs opérationnels du commando Trépel se prépare à effectuer un saut opérationnel à grande hauteur (SOGH) au-dessus de Djibouti, base des Forces Françaises de Djibouti, sur la côte Est de l’Afrique - R. Connan/DICoD



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Les chuteurs spécialisés peuvent effectuer ce genre de saut opérationnel de jour comme de nuit à une hauteur de 1 200 à 4 000 mètres, depuis un avion ou un hélicoptère - R. Connan/DICoD



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Grâce à l’ouverture basse altitude du parachute, le saut grande hauteur permet une mise en place rapide et discrète des forces spéciales entièrement équipées, au plus près de leur objectif - R. Connan/DICoD



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Les commandos se lancent dans le vide depuis le Transall C160 de l’escadron de transport 88 Larzac des Forces Françaises stationnées à Djibouti - R. Connan/DICoD



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On peut retrouver des unités spécialisées saut grande hauteur dans les forces spéciales marine, terre ou air : Trépel, 1er RPIMA, 13e RDP, CPA10. Le commando Trépel est spécialisé dans ce domaine dans l’assaut à la mer - R. Connan/DICoD



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Un groupe d'action spécialisée (Gas) du commando Trépel s'exerce à la poursuite et la neutralisation d'un chef terroriste en fuite sur le site de Koron à Djibouti - R. Connan/DICoD



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Pour appuyer la progression de ses équipiers, ce commando marine est équipé d’un fusil d’assaut HK 417, une arme pouvant atteindre une cible située à 400m - R. Connan/DICoD



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Le chef terroriste est appréhendé. Blessé lors de l’interpellation, un commando, spécialiste médical, lui prodigue les soins d’urgence - R. Connan/DICoD



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Le groupe se dirige avec le terroriste capturé vers le point d’extraction. On peut entendre les pales de l’hélicoptère Puma qui arrive au loin - R. Connan/DICoD



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Les commandos Trépel sécurisent la zone afin d’extraire le chef terroriste par hélicoptère Puma du détachement d’aviation légère de l’armée de Terre (Detalat) - R. Connan/DICoD



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Un convoi de véhicules légers de reconnaissance et d'appui (VLRA) et des véhicules de patrouille spéciale (VPS) se dirigent vers le désert du gagadé à Djibouti pour un exercice d'assaut sur une cache d'armes fictive - R. Connan/DICoD



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Après avoir roulé feux éteints pendant des heures en plein désert, les commandos, équipés de jumelles de vision nocturne, procèdent à l’assaut. Un VLRA reste en appui à quelques pas de là - R. Connan/DICoD
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A U.S. Special Forces Operational Detachment- Alpha soldier fires sniper rifle at enemy insurgents Shah Wali Kot district, Kandahar province, Afghanistan, March 4, 2014. SFODA assisted Afghan National Army Special Forces in creating an insurgent free zone for the newly established Afghan Local Police checkpoints. (U.S. Army photo by Pfc. Dacotah Lane)

Remington Modular Sniper Rifle (MSR)
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Armed policemen stand in front of a hotel in the Ukrainian capital Kiev March 31, 2014. Police hunted a suspect on Monday night who shot and wounded three people in an incident off the city's Independence Square, Interfax news agency said. Eyewitnesses said police had taken up positions outside the hotel some 50 metres (yards) away, apparently believing the suspect had taken refuge there. REUTERS/Shamil Zhumatov



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Members of the Ukrainian far-right radical group Right Sector leave their headquarters in Dnipro Hotel as police special forces stand guard in Kiev April 1, 2014. Police conducted a special operation to seize illegal arms from the Right Sector movement, whose members fought fierce battles with the police on the streets of Kiev in the final days of ousted President Viktor Yanukovich's rule, local media reported. REUTERS/Max Levin



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Self-Defense activists pass by the Dnipro Hotel in Kiev, Ukraine, Tuesday, April 1, 2014. A tense standoff between Ukrainian police and a radical nationalist group Right Sector ended Tuesday, when its members surrendered their weapons and left a downtown hotel. Their departure followed a shooting spree in the capital, in which a Right Sector member shot and wounded three people outside a restaurant adjacent to the capital’s main Independence Square, including a deputy mayor of the capital. (AP Photo/Efrem Lukatsky)



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Riot police officers guard entrance in the Hotel Dnipro in Kiev, Ukraine, Tuesday, April 1, 2014. A tense standoff between Ukrainian police and a radical nationalist group Right Sector ended Tuesday, when its members surrendered their weapons and left a downtown hotel. Their departure followed a shooting spree in the capital, in which a Right Sector member shot and wounded three people outside a restaurant adjacent to the capital’s main Independence Square, including a deputy mayor of the capital. (AP Photo/Efrem Lukatsky)



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A woman speaks to riot police officers at the Hotel Dnipro in Kiev, Ukraine, Tuesday, April 1, 2014. A tense standoff between Ukrainian police and a radical nationalist group Right Sector ended Tuesday, when its members surrendered their weapons and left a downtown hotel. Their departure followed a shooting spree in the capital, in which a Right Sector member shot and wounded three people outside a restaurant adjacent to the capital’s main Independence Square, including a deputy mayor of the capital. (AP Photo/Efrem Lukatsky)
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Forces spéciales: CPA10, experts 3D
Mise à jour: 25/03/2014 11:26 - Auteur: E. Krempff / R. Connan - Direction: DICOD
Ils maitrisent le savoir-faire commando et sont spécialistes du domaine aéronautique. Les commandos parachutistes de l’air n°10 (CPA10) d’Orléans cultivent leur expertise au profit des opérations spéciales. La rédaction a passé quelques jours à leurs côtés lors de manœuvres d’entrainements à Djibouti, dans la corne de l’Afrique.
Au programme : guidage appui feu et poser d’assaut, en d’autres termes, comment guider un avion de chasse pour détruire une cible ou faire atterrir un avion en plein désert.

Spezialeinsatzkräfte des CPA10 der französischen Luftwaffe trainieren in Dschibuti:


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Le Close Air Support (CAS) ou l’appui spécialisé aux frappes aériennes - Guider les avions de chasse pour détruire des cibles est une des spécialités des forces spéciales Air, les commandos parachutistes de l’Air 10 (CPA10) d’Orléans - R. Connan/DICOD



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Sur les hauteurs du site de Koron à Djibouti, les forces spéciales (en bas à droite sur la photo) observent leur cible et guident un Rafale de la base aérienne 188 de Djibouti, en vue d’un tir. On aperçoit l’avion de chasse en haut à gauche de l’image - R. Connan/DICOD



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Le guidage appui feu se pratique avec de petites équipes au sol. Celui qui parle à l’avion, Le Forward Air Controller, utilise une radio cryptée capable de transmettre sur toutes les gammes de fréquence, y compris satellite - R. Connan/DICOD



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L’équipe des commandos parachutistes de l’air n°10 (CPA10) d’Orléans désigne au Rafale l’objectif à atteindre au moyen d’un télémètre laser et renseigne l’avion en lui transmettant les coordonnées les plus précises possibles - R. Connan/DICOD



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Les commandos parachutistes de l’air d’Orléans sont les spécialistes de l’aide au poser d’assaut. Ils sont capables de faire atterrir n’importe quel aéronef, notamment en plein milieu du désert, comme ici, dans le désert de Grand Bara à Djibouti - R. Connan/DICOD



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Les commandos peuvent créer une piste d’atterrissage en sondant un terrain et en le marquant avec des balises spéciales, de jour comme de nuit, quasiment n’importe où sur la planète - R. Connan/DICOD



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Pour travailler au mieux la nuit, les CPA10 d’Orléans sont équipés d’un dispositif spécial de vision nocturne, permettant d’intensifier la lumière ou de grossir l’image - R. Connan/DICOD



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Pendant l'atterrissage, les marqueurs au sol restent en appui le long de la piste - R. Connan/DICOD



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Le Transall C160 de l’escadron de transport 88 Larzac des Forces Françaises stationnées à Djibouti dépose des véhicules de patrouille spéciale (VPS) dans le désert du Grand Bara. - R. Connan/DICOD



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Les posers d’assaut permettent un « déchargement » rapide d’hommes ou de matériels en toute discrétion, avec redécollage quelques minutes plus tard - R. Connan/DICOD
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7th Group Snipers Compete in USASOC Sniper Competition
Photos by Capt. Thomas Cieslak - 03.27.2014


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Two snipers from the 7th Special Forces Group (Airborne) review information regarding the next event they will participate in during the USASOC Sniper Competition. The competition, held the last week of March on Fort Bragg, N.C., tested not only the precision marksmanship skills of the snipers, but their teamwork and physical fitness. Information on the notebook has been obscured to maintain Operations Security.



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A sniper with the 7th Special Forces Group (Airborne), takes aim at a target during the USASOC Sniper Competition. The competition, held the last week of March on Fort Bragg, N.C., tested not only the precision marksmanship skills of the snipers, but their teamwork and physical fitness.



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A sniper with the 7th Special Forces Group (Airborne), places his rifle on a tripod while his teammate gathers information on atmospherics outside the building during the USASOC Sniper Competition.



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A sniper from the 7th Special Forces Group (Airborne) makes an adjustment to a tripod while his teammate identifies his target from inside a building during the USASOC Sniper Competition.



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A sniper with the 7th Special Forces Group (Airborne) fires at targets using a 9mm handgun while competing in the USASOC Sniper Competition on March 26th. This portion of the competition tested the marksman's ability to quickly transition from short to long range targets.



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A sniper with the 7th Special Forces Group (Airborne) holsters his 9mm handgun while sprinting back to his rifle while competing in the USASOC Sniper Competition, held the last week of March on Fort Bragg, N.C.



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A sniper from the 7th Special Forces Group (Airborne) shoots at a target using a .50 caliber Barrett Sniper Rifle while his teammate acts as a spotter during the USASOC Sniper Competition.



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A sniper from the 7th Special Forces Group (Airborne) calculates adjustments using atmospheric data as a spotter for his teammate firing a .50 caliber Barrett Sniper Rifle during the USASOC Sniper Competition.



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A sniper from the 7th Special Forces Group (Airborne) engages targets from the hood of a wrecked car during the USASOC Sniper Competition held the last week of March. The shooting event placed the sniper and his teammate in scenarios requiring them to engage short and long range targets while running in between stations.
Dave76
7th Group Snipers Compete in USASOC Sniper Competition
Photos by Capt. Thomas Cieslak - 03.27.2014


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A sniper from the 7th Special Forces Group (Airborne) gathers atmospheric data while his teammate identifies his target during the USASOC Sniper Competition. The competition, held the last week of March on Fort Bragg, N.C., tested not only the precision marksmanship skills of the snipers, but their teamwork and physical fitness.



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Snipers from the 7th Special Forces Group (Airborne) run from their previous station to their next objective during the USASOC Sniper Competition held the last week of March.





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Snipers from the 7th Special Forces Group (Airborne) scan for their targets during the USASOC Sniper Competition, held the last week of March. The shooting event placed the snipers in scenarios requiring them to engage short and long range targets while running in between stations.



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Snipers from the 7th Special Forces Group (Airborne) run from their previous station to their next objective during the USASOC Sniper Competition held the last week of March.



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Snipers from the 7th Special Forces Group (Airborne) scan for their targets during the USASOC Sniper Competition, held the last week of March.



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A sniper from the 7th Special Forces Group (Airborne) engages his target while his teammate scans for other targets during the USASOC Sniper Competition, held the last week of March. The shooting event placed the sniper and his teammate in scenarios requiring them to engage short and long range targets while running in between stations.



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A sniper from the 7th Special Forces Group (Airborne) engages targets with a 9mm handgun during the USASOC Sniper Competition.



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A sniper from the 7th Special Forces Group (Airborne) adjusts the scope on his rifle before engaging his target during the USASOC Sniper Competition.
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Ukrainian acting President Oleksander Turchinov ® visits a military exhibition near the settlement of Desna in Chernigov region, April 2, 2014. REUTERS/Mykhailo Markiv/Ukrainian Presidential Press Service/Handout via Reuters



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A Ukrainian soldier checks a weapon during a military exhibition near the settlement of Desna in Chernigov region, April 2, 2014. Russia has massed all the forces it needs on Ukraine's border if it were to decide to carry out an "incursion" into the country, and it could achieve its objective in three to five days, NATO's top military commander said on Wednesday. REUTERS/Valentyn Ogirenko



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Ukrainian soldiers check pistols during a military exhibition near the settlement of Desna in Chernigov region, April 2, 2014. Russia has massed all the forces it needs on Ukraine's border if it were to decide to carry out an "incursion" into the country, and it could achieve its objective in three to five days, NATO's top military commander said on Wednesday. REUTERS/Valentyn Ogirenko
vonFeilitzsch
Hallo ,
ich lese schon länger mit und ich habe eine Frage zu:
Ukrainian soldiers check pistols during a military exhibition near the settlement of Desna in Chernigov region, April 2, 2014. Russia has massed all the forces it needs on Ukraine's border if it were to decide to carry out an "incursion" into the country, and it could achieve its objective in three to five days, NATO's top military commander said on Wednesday. REUTERS/Valentyn Ogirenko

Ich habe versucht das Patch der Soldaten auf deren rechten Arm zu googeln und habe nichts gefunden. Für mich sahen sie nach SOF's aus (Westen,Holster etc.).
Kann mir vielleicht jemand die Einheit oder ähnliches nennen?
Vielen Dank im voraus.

vonFeilitzsch
Der Weisse Hai
auf der linken Seite (in Fahrtrichtung, also aus Trägersicht) ist die blau gelbe Nationalfahne mit dem integrierten Wappen der Ukraine.

Das andere ist vermutlich der Einheits-Patch. Möglicherweise etwas neu aufgestelltes?

DWH
Dave76
Marines, Army Special Forces execute TRAP exercise


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An Army Special Forces communications sergeant with 10th Special Forces Group (Airborne), informs the Contact Team with intel that has been gathered on the location of two simulated downed pilots during a Tactical Recovery of Air crew and Personnel exercise, March 15. The Contact Team was tasked with providing security for the corpsman and medic while they assesed and treated one of the pilots who was injured. (Official Marine Corps Photo by Lance Cpl. Charles Santamaria/Released)



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Marines and Green Berets await a signal from the forward overwatch team to recover two simulated downed pilots during a Tactical Recovery of Air crew and Personnel exercise, March 15. The team sergeant took the lead on the TRAP exercise and organized both his team and Marines to reach the objective with the contact team. (Official Marine Corps Photo by Lance Cpl. Charles Santamaria/Released)



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Sgt. Matt Dorman, joint terminal attack controller, 2nd Battalion, 10th Marine Regiment, relays information from the overwatch team to the rest of the squad during a Tactical Recovery of Air crew and Personnel exercise, March 15. The service members were inserted by a CH-53 Super Stallion helicopter to the vicinity of two simulated downed pilots as part of the exercise.(Official Marine Corps Photo by Lance Cpl. Charles Santamaria/Released)



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An Army Special Forces weapons sergeant, 10th Special Forces Group (Airborne), informs a Marine on the current situation while providing security during a Tactical Recovery of Air crew and Personnel exercise, March 15. The exercise inserted Marines and Green Berets into an area by helicopter to locate and evacuate two simulated downed pilots. (Official Marine Corps Photo by Lance Cpl. Charles Santamaria/Released)



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An Army Special Forces medic with 10th Special Forces Group (Airborne) treats simulated injuries on a downed pilot alongside Marines during a Tactical Recovery of Air crew and Personnel exercise, March 15. The medic was supported by a corpsman for medical assistance and a contact team of Marines and Army Special Forces who provided security for the duration. (Official Marine Corps Photo by Lance Cpl. Charles Santamaria/Released)



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Sgt. Matt Dorman, joint terminal attack controller, 2nd Battalion, 10th Marine Regiment, and a soldier with 10th Special Forces Group (Airborne), brace for the impact of a cloud of sand and rocks caused by the landing of a CH-53 Super Stallion during a Tactical Recovery of Air crew and Personnel exercise, March 15. The Marines and soldiers provided security in pairs while the simulated downed pilots were escorted onto the aircraft. (Official Marine Corps Photo by Lance Cpl. Charles Santamaria/Released)



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Marines transport Capt. Anthony Bradburry, simulated downed pilot, Marine Light Attack Helicopter Squadron 467, to a CH-53 Super Stallion for evacuation during a Tactical Recovery of Air crew and Personnel exercise, March 15, 2014. The aircraft was the primary means for insertion and extraction for the training exercise.
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In Memoriam: Anja Niedringhaus (1965—2014)






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Standing center, from left, Sgt. Maj. of the Marine Corps Micheal P. Barrett; Bonnie Amos; and her husband, Commandant of the Marine Corps Gen. James F. Amos,
pose for a photo with U.S. Marines assigned to the 2nd Marine Special Operations Battalion during a visit to Forward Operating Base Puzeh in Helmand province, Afghanistan, Dec. 24, 2012.
Barrett and the Amoses visited with Marines and Sailors throughout the province during the holiday trip.
(U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Mallory S. VanderSchans/Released)



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Sgt. Maj. of the Marine Corps Micheal P. Barrett, third from right, and Bonnie Amos, third from left, the wife of Commandant of the Marine Corps Gen. James F. Amos,
stand for a photo with U.S. Marines assigned to the 2nd Marine Special Operations Battalion while visiting Forward Operating Base Puzeh in Helmand province, Afghanistan, Dec. 24, 2012.
Barrett and the Amoses visited with Marines and Sailors throughout the province during the holiday trip.
(U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Mallory S. VanderSchans/Released)



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U.S. Marine Corps Gen. James F. Amos, right, the commandant of the Marine Corps, holds a sniper rifle while talking with Marines assigned to the 2nd Marine Special Operations Battalion
during a visit to Forward Operating Base Puzeh in Helmand province, Afghanistan, Dec. 24, 2012. Amos and his wife, Bonnie, visited with Marines and Sailors throughout the province during the holiday trip.
(U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Mallory S. VanderSchans/Released)



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Bonnie Amos, center, the wife of Commandant of the Marine Corps Gen. James F. Amos, stands for a photo with U.S. Marines assigned to the 2nd Marine Special Operations Battalion
while visiting Forward Operating Base Puzeh in Helmand province, Afghanistan, Dec. 24, 2012. The Amoses visited with Marines and Sailors throughout the province during the holiday trip.
(U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Mallory S. VanderSchans/Released)



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MARSOC Headquarters NC USA - Major General Mark A. Clark, the commander of U.S. Marine Corps Forces, Special Operations Command congratulates the winning team leader of the MARSOC warrior challenge
at an awards ceremony at MARSOC headquarters aboard Camp Lejeune, N.C. Feb. 22, 2013. MARSOC Marines and Sailors celebrated the command's 7th birthday by competing against each other
in the warrior challenge's three separate events, which included a stamina course, a fitness and marksmanship challenge and a soccer tournament.
(U.S. Marine Corps photo by Cpl. Kyle McNally/Released)
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Submitted by Leo van Westerhoven on dinsdag, 25 maart 2014 – 10:00

While writing for the US magazine “The Counter Terrorist”, Andrew Balcombe, our Australian friend and regular contributor to Dutch Defence Press,
was invited to observe elements of the Polish Special Operations Forces (POLSOF) Scorpion XIV pre-deployment to Afghanistan.

Scorpion XIV was the Polish Commando Group (JWK) pre-deployment exercise for rotation into Taskforce 50 in Afghanistan.
The exercise encompassed a number of scenarios the operators are likely to encounter in Afghanistan including high-risk arrest operations at night,
ambushes, live fire drills, close air support, artillery coordination, and patrolling. Each scenario is a situation the previous taskforces have encountered.

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