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vonFeilitzsch
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Donetsk (Ukraine), 09/05/2015.- One of Pro-Russian rebel's commander Arseny Pavlov, better know by his nickname 'Motorola' (C) walks before the military parade at downtown of Donetsk, Ukraine, 09 May 2015. Leaders of self-proclaimed Donetsk and Lugansk People's Republics (DNR and LNR) organised a Victory Day parade marking the 70th anniversary of the victory over Nazi Germany in World War II. (Alemania, Ucrania) EFE/EPA/ALEXANDER ERMOCHENKO

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Man ist das peinlich...
Schwabo Elite
ZITAT(SailorGN @ 26. May 2015, 20:05) *
Na, zumindest die Ordenindustrie boomt im Donbass... aber als rebel commander sollte man sich doch einen besseren Schneider leisten können.


Wieso, Sackmode mit hängende Schultern war doch immer "DER Schnitt" in diesen Uniformen. Man wächst da halt so lange rein, bis der Bauch alles festkeilt.
vonFeilitzsch
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bis der Bauch alles festkeilt.


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schießmuskel
Vom Funkerarsch zum OTL, eine steile Karriere inkl. Gefangene und Verwundete massakrieren. kann sich nicht mal eine passende Uniform anziehen. facepalm.gif

https://www.amnesty.org/en/articles/news/20...investigations/
Dave76
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Eager Lion 2015
Eager Lion 2015 is a multinational exercise held in the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan during the months of April and May. More than two dozen countries participated in the combined exercise designed to test the interoperability between militaries - both conventional and unconventional forces.
















Dave76
Eager Lion 2015


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A Green Beret from 3rd Special Forces Group (Airborne) watches as Jordan Special Forces practice movement techniques in a simulated urban environment during Eager Lion 2015 in Jordan. (U.S. Army photo by Sgt. Edward French IV)



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A Green Beret from 3rd Special Forces Group (Airborne) watches as soldiers from Jordan Special Forces practice advanced marksmanship skills with different weapon systems during Eager Lion 2015 in Jordan. (U.S. Army photo by Sgt. Edward French IV)



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A Green Beret from 3rd Special Forces Group (Airborne) moves towards a target building with Pakistan Special Forces soldiers during Eager Lion 2015 in Jordan. (U.S. Army photo by Sgt. Edward French IV)



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Green Berets from 3rd Special Forces Group (Airborne) and Marines from Marine Special Operations Command crawl across the Red Sea floor on a closed circuit dive during Eager Lion 2015 in Jordan. (U.S. Army photo by Sgt. Edward French IV)

Dave76
Urban Sniper Course in Germany







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Multinational Soldiers from seven different countries participate in the Urban Sniper Course conducted by the International Special Training Center (ISTC), May 4 - 8, 2015 in Hammelburg, Germany. The students from the U.S. and European allies received the training to enhance their sniper skills to support NATO Soldiers, Sailors, and Airmen by special forces-oriented procedures and skills. The ISTC provides centralized training for NATO Special Forces and similar units in Europe. The center is run by a cadre of instructors from nine member nations-Belgium, Denmark, Germany, Greece, Italy, the Netherlands, Norway, Turkey and the U.S. (U.S. Army photo by Visual Information Specialist Dee Crawford/Released)



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A Danish soldier demonstrates shooting through glass while participating in the Urban Sniper Course conducted by the International Special Training Center (ISTC), May 4 - 8, 2015 in Hammelburg, Germany. (U.S. Army photo by Visual Information Specialist Dee Crawford/Released)



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A Danish soldier participates in the Urban Sniper Course conducted by the International Special Training Center (ISTC), May 4 - 8, 2015 in Hammelburg, Germany. (U.S. Army photo by Visual Information Specialist Dee Crawford/Released)



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A German soldier shoots through glass while participating in the Urban Sniper Course conducted by the International Special Training Center (ISTC), May 4 - 8, 2015 in Hammelburg, Germany. (U.S. Army photo by Visual Information Specialist Dee Crawford/Released)
Dave76
Urban Sniper Course in Germany


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Two Danish Soldiers descend ropes while doing the obstacle course during Urban Sniper Course conducted by the International Special Training Center (ISTC), May 4 - 8, 2015 in Hammelburg, Germany. The students from the U.S. and European allies received the training to enhance their sniper skills to support NATO Soldiers, Sailors, and Airmen by special forces-oriented procedures and skills. The ISTC provides centralized training for NATO Special Forces and similar units in Europe. The center is run by a cadre of instructors from nine member nations-Belgium, Denmark, Germany, Greece, Italy, the Netherlands, Norway, Turkey and the U.S. (U.S. Army photo by Visual Information Specialist Dee Crawford/Released)



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Two German soldiers walk along a wall during the obstacle course portion of Urban Sniper Course, conducted by the International Special Training Center (ISTC), May 4-8, 2015 in Hammelburg, Germany. (U.S. Army photo by Visual Information Specialist Dee Crawford/Released)



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Special Forces soldiers climb the walls in Bonnland, a village abandoned by Adolf Hitler during World War II. Multinational Soldiers from seven different countries participate in the Urban Sniper Course conducted by the International Special Training Center (ISTC), May 4-8, 2015 in Hammelburg, Germany. (U.S. Army photo by Visual Information Specialist Dee Crawford/Released)



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An American instructor directs two of the multi-national soldiers during the Urban Sniper Course Stress Testing portion conducted by the International Special Training Center (ISTC), May 4-8, 2015 in Hammelburg, Germany. (U.S. Army photo by Visual Information Specialist Dee Crawford/Released)



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Two Danish soldiers participate in the Urban Sniper Course conducted by the International Special Training Center (ISTC), May 4-8, 2015 in Hammelburg, Germany. (U.S. Army photo by Visual Information Specialist Dee Crawford/Released)



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Two Danish soldiers participate in the Urban Sniper Course conducted by the International Special Training Center (ISTC), May 4-8, 2015 in Hammelburg, Germany. (U.S. Army photo by Visual Information Specialist Dee Crawford/Released)

Dave76

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A soldier fires an AK-47 rifle during a protest against President Pierre Nkurunziza and his bid for a third term, in Bujumbura, Burundi, May 25, 2015. REUTERS/Goran Tomasevic



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A soldier fires an AK-47 rifle during a protest against President Pierre Nkurunziza and his bid for a third term, in Bujumbura, Burundi, May 25, 2015. REUTERS/Goran Tomasevic



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A policeman fires AK- 47 rifle during a protest against Burundi President Pierre Nkurunziza and his bid for a third term in Bujumbura, Burundi, May 26, 2015. REUTERS/Goran Tomasevic



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A policeman fires his AK-47 rifle as protesters throw stones during a protest against Burundi President Pierre Nkurunziza and his bid for a third term in Bujumbura, Burundi, May 26, 2015. REUTERS/Goran Tomasevic



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A policemen holds his rifle at a barricade during a protest against Burundi President Pierre Nkurunziza and his bid for a third term in Bujumbura, Burundi, May 26, 2015. REUTERS/Goran Tomasevic



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A policeman aims his rifle before he shoots during a protest against Burundi President Pierre Nkurunziza and his bid for a third term in Bujumbura, Burundi, May 26, 2015. REUTERS/Goran Tomasevic



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Police and army clear barricades set by opposition demonstrators in the Cibitoke district of the capital Bujumbura, in Burundi Monday, May 25, 2015. Protests continued in the capital Monday, with demonstrators saying they will continue until President Pierre Nkurunziza steps down at the end of his second term. (AP Photo/Berthier Mugiraneza)



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Soldiers escort a convoy of Burundi President Pierre Nkurunziza's party, the CNDD-FDD (National Council for the Defense of Democracy, Forces for the Defense of Democracy), during a rally outside Bujumbura on May 23, 2015 (AFP Photo/Carl de Souza)
Dave76
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Lithuania hosts multinational squad competition



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German Soldiers from C Team, 3rd Train [sic!], Jager Battalion prepare to start a Squad competition that involved American, Lithuanian and Portuguese armies and covered land navigation, team live-fire, an obstacle course and other events, as part of Operation Atlantic Resolve, May 27, 2015. As part of Atlantic Resolve, an ongoing multi-national partnership focused on joint training and security cooperation between the U.S. and other NATO allies, the American Soldiers of Team Eagle, Task Force 2-7 Infantry work with and around their Lithuanian, Portuguese and German allies on a daily basis. (U.S. Army Photo by Sgt. James Avery, 16th Mobile Public Affairs Detachment)



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Lithuanian Land Forces Soldiers Pvt. Oskausus Korablikovas, left, and Junior Pvt. Rustis Basduauskos, right, assigned to 2nd Coy, Iron Wolf Brigade, carry ammo and a tripod for a M2 .50 caliber machine gun to a firing point during a Squad competition held at the Great Lithuanian Hetman Jonusas Radvila Training Regiment, in Rukla, Lithuania, May 27, 2015. (U.S. Army Photo by Sgt. James Avery, 16th Mobile Public Affairs Detachment)



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Lithuanian Land Forces Soldier Pvt. Oskausus Korablikovas, left, spots a downrange target for Junior Pvt. Rustis Basduauskos, right, who adjusts his aim based on information from his spotter during a Squad competition held at the Great Lithuanian Hetman Jonusas Radvila Training Regiment, in Rukla, Lithuania, May 27, 2015. Both Soldiers are assigned to 2nd Coy, Iron Wolf Brigade. (U.S. Army Photo by Sgt. James Avery, 16th Mobile Public Affairs Detachment)



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German Soldiers from C Team, 3rd Train [sic!], Jager Battalion, observe downrange targets during a Squad competition held at the Great Lithuanian Hetman Jonusas Radvila Training Regiment, in Rukla, Lithuania, May 27, 2015. (U.S. Army Photo by Sgt. James Avery, 16th Mobile Public Affairs Detachment)



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German Army Hauptgejreiter [sic!] (Specialist) Spanale Dennie, assigned to C Team, 3rd Train [sic!], Jager Battalion, fires a M2 .50 caliber machine gun during a Squad competition that involved American, Lithuanian and Portuguese armies at the Great Lithuanian Hetman Jonusas Radvila Training Regiment, in Rukla, Lithuania, May 27, 2015. (U.S. Army Photo by Sgt. James Avery, 16th Mobile Public Affairs Detachment)



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German soldiers from C Team, 3rd Train [sic!], Jager Battalion, climb over an obstacle during a Squad competition held at the Great Lithuanian Hetman Jonusas Radvila Training Regiment, in Rukla, Lithuania, May 27, 2015. (U.S. Army Photo by Sgt. James Avery, 16th Mobile Public Affairs Detachment)



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German Soldiers from C Team, 3rd Train [sic!], Jager Battalion, traverse a water obstacle during a Squad competition held at the Great Lithuanian Hetman Jonusas Radvila Training Regiment, in Rukla, Lithuania, May 27, 2015. (U.S. Army Photo by Sgt. James Avery, 16th Mobile Public Affairs Detachment)



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Portuguese army Cpl. Claudio Oliveira Martins, assigned to Reece Coy, Cavalry Regiment No. 6, Reconnaissance Squadron, Intervention Brigade, fires a M2 .50 caliber machine gun during a Squad competition that involved American, Lithuanian and Portuguese armies at the Great Lithuanian Hetman Jonusas Radvila Training Regiment, in Rukla, Lithuania, May 27, 2015. (U.S. Army Photo by Sgt. James Avery, 16th Mobile Public Affairs Detachment)



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United States Army Cpl. Jordan Lantz, a Garrett, Ind. native assigned to Weapons Squad, 2nd Platoon, Team Eagle, Task Force 2-7 Infantry, fires his M4 carbine during a Squad competition that involved German, Lithuanian and Portuguese armies at the Great Lithuanian Hetman Jonusas Radvila Training Regiment, in Rukla, Lithuania, May 27, 2015. (U.S. Army Photo by Sgt. James Avery, 16th Mobile Public Affairs Detachment)



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United States Army Soldiers assigned to Weapons and 1st Squad, 2nd Platoon, Team Eagle, Task Force 2-7 Infantry, move through an obstacle course during a squad competition that involved German, Lithuanian and Portuguese armies at the Great Lithuanian Hetman Jonusas Radvila Training Regiment, in Rukla, Lithuania, May 27, 2015. (U.S. Army Photo by Sgt. James Avery, 16th Mobile Public Affairs Detachment)

Dave76
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Flaming Sword
In Exercise Flaming Sword the Lithuanian military trained together with troops from the Latvian Special Operations Unit, Norwegian Special Forces and the U.S. Navy SEALs.



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Special forces units from various NATO countries demonstrate their unique interoperability as they prepare to storm a building together during exercise Flaming Sword.



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Norwegian special forces prepare to move out.



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Norwegian special forces stand ready alongside a Lithuanian army machine gunner on a deserted street corner in Daugavpils, Latvia.



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A team of Norwegian special forces work as a team to storm the upper levels of a building.



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A member of the Norwegian special forces wearing night vision goggles prepares to enter a building.



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Norwegian special forces soldiers move rapidly through deserted streets during exercise Flaming Sword.



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Soldiers from Baltic neighbours Latvia and Lithuania work together to secure a street.



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A Latvian army soldier stands ready alongside his Lithuanian counterpart.



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A Lithuanian soldier armed with a G36 [sic!] assault rifle.
Black Hawk
Gibt es eigentlich einen Grund warum norwegische Spezialkräfte noch immer C8-Derivate verwenden, der Rest der norwegischen Streitkräfte aber das 416?
Dave76
ZITAT(Black Hawk @ 31. May 2015, 11:32) *
Gibt es eigentlich einen Grund warum norwegische Spezialkräfte noch immer C8-Derivate verwenden, der Rest der norwegischen Streitkräfte aber das 416?

Na ja, die Nutzung des C8 (SFW) geht ja ein wenig länger zurück, als die Einführung des HK416N, möglicherweise hat man (noch) keinen Grund gesehen auf das HK-Produkt zu wechseln, oder es sind noch genügend C8 im Bestand, bzw. man hat noch bestehende Verträge. Vielleicht wollte man bei den Spezialkräften des Heeres (FSK) auch einfach mal abwarten, wie sich das neue Gewehr so unter arktischen Bedingungen schlägt, die Spezialkräfte der Marine (MJK) sind ja schon teilweise auf's 416 gewechselt, ich denke mal die Kollegen des Heeres werden da auch sukzessive nachziehen:




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Marinejegerkommandoen trener og gjør seg klare sammen med besetningen på KNM Roald Amundsen for avreise til Adenbukta / Norwegian naval special operation comand practise before leaving for the Gulf of Aden
Sgt. Sanderson
ZITAT(Dave76 @ 30. May 2015, 15:03) *

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German Army Hauptgejreiter [sic!] (Specialist) Spanale Dennie, assigned to C Team, 3rd Train [sic!], Jager Battalion, fires a M2 .50 caliber machine gun during a Squad competition that involved American, Lithuanian and Portuguese armies at the Great Lithuanian Hetman Jonusas Radvila Training Regiment, in Rukla, Lithuania, May 27, 2015. (U.S. Army Photo by Sgt. James Avery, 16th Mobile Public Affairs Detachment)






Beim Dienstgrad nehmen die´s nicht so genau. hmpf.gif
Seydlitz
Gehört zu diesem IDZ ES/Gedönsheimer Satz eigentlich auch ein zu dem Helm passender Gehörschutz?
Ohne macht der ja nur halb soviel Sinn.
Father Christmas
Wenn du denkst, dass die BW einen aktiven Bügelgehörschutz dazu gekauft hat, liegst du falsch. Es gibt ein In-Ear-Headset.
Dass der HighCut einen Grund hat, wurde wohl nicht verstanden.
Seydlitz
Habe ich fast erwartet.
Dave76



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U.S. Marines assigned to Force Reconnaissance Platoon, Maritime Raid Force, 26th Marine Expeditionary Unit (MEU), conduct a high altitude low opening (HALO) jump during category 3 sustainment training in Louisburg, N.C., June 2, 2015. The training allowed the Marines to practice proper techniques and procedures while in preparation for deployment to the 5th and 6th Fleet area of responsibility later this year. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Cpl. Andre Dakis/26th MEU Combat Camera/Released)

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Dave76
Prince Harry’s Australian visit: four-week army exchange schedule


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Captain Wales participates in a Counter Terrorism exercise with 2 Commando Regiment. The 2nd Commando Regiment (2 Cdo Regt) is a joint enabled expeditionary Special Operations force capable of operating across the land, sea or air domains. The Regiment is a force in readiness for the conduct of Advance Force Operations and Direct Action missions. These tasks are conducted both overseas and domestically where the Regiment is optimised to conduct responsive, scalable and tailored special operations, teamed with other Special Operations Command (SOCOMD) Force Elements, Services and Interagency partners in joint and combined operations. © Commonwealth of Australia, Department of Defence



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Captain Wales fast ropes during a Counter Terrorism exercise with 2 Commando Regiment. © Commonwealth of Australia, Department of Defence



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Captain Wales participates in a Counter Terrorism exercise with 2 Commando Regiment. © Commonwealth of Australia, Department of Defence



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Captain Wales participates in a Counter Terrorism exercise with 2 Commando Regiment. © Commonwealth of Australia, Department of Defence



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Captain Wales participates in a Counter Terrorism exercise with 2 Commando Regiment.



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Captain Wales uses a military working dog during a Counter Terrorism exercise with 2 Commando Regiment. © Commonwealth of Australia, Department of Defence



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Captain Wales climbs a ladder during a water insertion with Royal Australian Navy Clearance Divers before moving through the soon to be decommissioned HMAS Sydney on a Counter Terrorism exercise, the team were required to clear the ship of hostile role players after a water insertion finishing in the ships bridge. The Clearance Divers are posted to the 2nd Commando Regiment as part of the maritime capability.The Royal Australian Navy (RAN)’s Mine Clearance Diving Group has a proud tradition of service within the Australian Special Forces community. RAN Clearance Divers posted to 2 Cdo Regt provide specialist skills to enhance the units’ capability to operate in the maritime domain.These specialist skills combined with an increased amphibious focus make the assigned Clearance Divers a quintessential part of 2 Cdo Regt's operational-readiness capability.Clearance Divers are recruited through the RAN recruiting scheme and put through a rigorous selection process. Sailors are required to successfully complete the RAN Basic Clearance Divers Course, and junior officers need to pass the Clearance Diving Officers Course. Members who successfully complete their respective courses may then be selected for further up-skilling with specific elements from the Commando Reinforcement Training Cycle. These skills make a RAN Clearance Diver the complete package in the Maritime Counter Terrorism domain and qualified for service within 2 Cdo Regt. © Commonwealth of Australia, Department of Defence



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Captain Wales exercises with Royal Australian Navy Clearance Divers posted to the 2nd Commando Regiment during his Army secondment. © Commonwealth of Australia, Department of Defence



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Captain Wales exercises with Royal Australian Navy Clearance Divers posted to the 2nd Commando Regiment during his Army secondment. © Commonwealth of Australia, Department of Defence



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Captain Wales receives training from the Special Operations Engineer Regiment (SOER) on explosive ordinance disposal techniques during his Army secondment. The unit can operate throughout a range of contingencies, both domestically and on operations overseas. The capability of the SOER is an integral part of SOCOMD’s contribution to defending Australian interests and the Whole-of-Government’s Counter Terrorism response.The Australian Army’s SOER has been raised to provide SOCOMD with an integrated, rapidly deployable and specialised capability to counter Chemical, Biological, Radiological, Nuclear or Explosive (CBRNE) threats across the spectrum of Special Operations – both domestically and overseas on operations. This is achieved through agile and highly trained Combat Engineer teams. © Commonwealth of Australia, Department of Defence



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Captain Wales fires on a moving target range with Australian Special Air Service Regiment snipers as part of his Army secondment at Campbell Barracks Swanbourne, Perth. During the time at Perth based regiment CAPT Wales learnt evasive driving techniques, weapons handling and various aspects of the SASR role and capability. The SASR is tasked to provide special operations capabilities in support of the Australian Defence Force. This includes providing unique capabilities to support sensitive strategic operations, special recovery operations, training assistance, special reconnaissance and precision strike and direct action. © Commonwealth of Australia, Department of Defence



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Captain Wales as part of his Army secondment at in Perth is shown an portion of the water operations capability with Special Air Service Regiment soldiers. © Commonwealth of Australia, Department of Defence


Dave76
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Speciālo uzdevumu vienības karavīri mācībās „Flaming Sword” trenējas reaģēt uz krīzes situācijām
28.maija rītā Daugavpilī noslēdzās triju nedēļu ilgās Nacionālo bruņoto spēku mācības, kas bija daļa no speciālo operāciju spēku mācībām „Flaming Sword 2015”, kas no 11. līdz 29.maijam vienlaikus norisinājās Lietuvā un Latvi

Flaming Sword
In Exercise Flaming Sword the Lithuanian military trained together with troops from the Latvian Special Operations Unit, Norwegian Special Forces and the U.S. Navy SEALs.
















Dave76
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Speciālo uzdevumu vienības karavīri mācībās „Flaming Sword” trenējas reaģēt uz krīzes situācijām
28.maija rītā Daugavpilī noslēdzās triju nedēļu ilgās Nacionālo bruņoto spēku mācības, kas bija daļa no speciālo operāciju spēku mācībām „Flaming Sword 2015”, kas no 11. līdz 29.maijam vienlaikus norisinājās Lietuvā un Latvi

Flaming Sword
In Exercise Flaming Sword the Lithuanian military trained together with troops from the Latvian Special Operations Unit, Norwegian Special Forces and the U.S. Navy SEALs.


















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Catalan Autonomous Police officers, known as Mosso d'Esquadra, stand guard at Sants Train Station on June 5, 2015 in Barcelona, Spain. Mossos d'Esquadra, The Catalan Autonomous Police, has deployed more agents in strategic spots following the terrorist attacks against them in Paris last January. Photos by David Ramos/Getty Images












Forodir
ZITAT(Father Christmas @ 31. May 2015, 19:17) *
Wenn du denkst, dass die BW einen aktiven Bügelgehörschutz dazu gekauft hat, liegst du falsch. Es gibt ein In-Ear-Headset.
Dass der HighCut einen Grund hat, wurde wohl nicht verstanden.


Naja, in der Erprobung hatte man schon am Anfang mit einem Bügelheadset gearbeitet bis der Nutzungsleiter sich recht füh für die in-ear Lösung entschied jedoch explizit mit der Möglichkeit auch wieder auf Bügel umzusteigen ( auch der Schuberth der am Anfang getestet wurde hatte die Möglichkeit Bügelheadset unter dem Helm zu tragen).
Grund für die Entscheidung war das man die Bügelheadsets für problematisch mit der Hitzeentwicklung unter körperlicher Belastung befand, die schlechtere Geräusch Dämpfung wurde quasi als trade-off hingenommen. allerdings hat Peltor wohl noch seinen Fuß da drin und versucht mit ihren Bügelheadsets dort wieder ins Gespräch zu kommen (z.B. mit ballistisch gehärteten Kapseln).
Die in-ear Lösung ist auch nicht so beliebt bei den meisten Kameraden weswegen manche ihre Peltoren angepasst haben und ehrlich gesagt finde ich den NARC Quiet Pro sau leise, habe diesen allerdings nur kurz ausprobieren können.
Also kann gut sein das man für die Zukunft da was vorbereitet hat. Was man natürlich machen könnte wäre passenden Seitenschutz von OPS Core für den FAST kaufen .
Father Christmas
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Was man natürlich machen könnte wäre passenden Seitenschutz von OPS Core für den FAST kaufen .


Eben das ist der Knackpunkt, welcher der ganzen Geschichte sein Geschmäckle gibt.
Auf der anderen Seite hat man nämlich Kameraden jahrelang wegen privater high-cut Helme und privaten Aktiv-Gehörschutz angeprangert - bei den Laubsägearbeiten am Gefechtshelm auch zu Recht - und immer auf das ballistische Loch verwiesen, kein Versicherungsschutz blablub. Nur, um dann mit solch einer Heldentat um die Ecke zu kommen.
goschi
Wofür sind bei den OPS Core Fast Helmen diese Gummiriemen, die aus den seitlichen Schienendingern raus kommen?
Col. Breytenbach
Sicherung des Nachtsichtgerätes gegen Verlust.

Sieht man hier recht gut:
Dave76

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Heavily armed special police forces guard on the river Trave during a meeting of the G7 Foreign Ministers in Luebeck, northern Germany, Wednesday, April 15, 2015. The meeting is being held ahead of the G7 leaders summit in Germany from June 7 to 8, 2015. (AP Photo/Markus Schreiber)



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German special police forces patrol on Trave river near the venue of G7 foreign ministers meeting in the northern German city of Luebeck. April 15, 2015



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A unit of the special forces of the German police monitors the arrival of the G7 Foreign Ministers on the river Trave in Luebeck, Germany, 15 April 2015.
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A unit of the special forces of the German police monitors the arrival of the G7 Foreign Ministers on the river Trave in Luebeck, Germany, 15 April 2015. Credit: Anadolu Agency



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German special forces on a boat patrol on the river Trave around Luebeck, northern Germany, where is taking place a meeting of G7 foreign ministers on April 15, 2015. The foreign ministers meet to discuss key global political and security issues ahead of a G7 summit to take place in June 2015 in southern Germany. The G7 is a grouping of the seven biggest economic powers in the world -- Germany, Canada, the United States, France, Italy, Japan, Britain -- excluding China. AFP PHOTO / JOHN MACDOUGALL



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A unit of the special forces of the German police monitors the arrival of the G7 Foreign Ministers on the river Trave in Luebeck, Germany, 15 April 2015. Credit: Anadolu Agency



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A unit of the special forces of the German police monitors the arrival of the G7 Foreign Ministers on the river Trave in Luebeck, Germany, 15 April 2015. Credit: Anadolu Agency





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German special forces on a boat patrol on the river Trave around Luebeck, northern Germany, where is taking place a meeting of G7 foreign ministers on April 15, 2015. AFP PHOTO / JOHN MACDOUGALL



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Special police secures the area in front of the Grand Hotel Taschenbergpalais before the start of a G7 meeting of finance ministers, on May 27, 2015 in Dresden, south-eastern Germany. The finance ministers and central bank governors of the Group of Seven (G7) countries meet in Dresden to discuss the health of the global economy and financial regulation, but Greece is also almost certainly to be on the agenda. AFP PHOTO / ROBERT MICHAEL



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A policeman secures the area in front of the Grand Hotel Taschenbergpalais before the start of a G7 meeting of finance ministers, on May 27, 2015 in Dresden, south-eastern Germany. AFP PHOTO / ROBERT MICHAEL



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Special police secures the perimeter during the arrival of U.S. President Barack Obama at the airport in Munich, southern Germany, Sunday morning June 7, 2015 before Obama traveled to Garmisch-Partenkirchen where the G-7 summit takes place in Schloss Elmau hotel. (AP Photo/Kerstin Joensson)
nickless
Sind das Beamte vom SEK Brandenburg auf den ersten Bildern? Weiß jemand, ob das deren eigenes "Task Force"-RHIB ist?
Dave76
ZITAT(nickless @ 8. Jun 2015, 20:23) *
Sind das Beamte vom SEK Brandenburg auf den ersten Bildern? Weiß jemand, ob das deren eigenes "Task Force"-RHIB ist?

Ja, die ersten 5 sind SEK Brandenburg, darunter die folgenden 4 zeigen das SEK Schleswig-Holstein. Zum Boot kann ich dir leider nichts sagen.
Raymond
Da meine quälende Suche nichts ergibt, weiss jemand was das für eine Optik ist?

Hinweis: Oben TPG-3 A5, unten TPG-3 A4 von Unique Alpine. (ersteres G29 Ausführung)



Dave76
ZITAT(Raymond @ 8. Jun 2015, 20:44) *
Da meine quälende Suche nichts ergibt, weiss jemand was das für eine Optik ist?

Hensoldt 3.5-26x56 FF:

http://www.defenceandsecurity-airbusds.com...st/3_5_26_56_ff

http://www.mil-optics.de/81/ZFCassidianHen...ldt/3.5-26x56FF

http://www.eurooptic.com/carl-zeiss-optron...riflescope.aspx
Raymond
Wundert mich schon, hab bei Zeiss selber nichts gefunden 0_o
Der Weisse Hai
Zeiss ist nicht Hensoldt, Hensoldt ist Airbus DS Optronics

DWH
Raymond
Namen sind doch Schall und Rauch, die werden von XYZ ständig von irgendjemanden aufgekauft...
Wer kennt sich da noch aus ... tock.gif ZEISS, ZEISS Sports Optics, Hensoldt, Optronics....

Das sind doch alles hohle Phrasen!

Hauptsache bekomme die Abmessungen und Details der Optik...

Meick
*hust*

Zeiss Sonderoptik => Zeiss Optronik GmbH => Zeiss Optronics GmbH => Cassidian Optronics GmbH => Airbus DS Optronics GmbH... und das alles innerhalb eines Jahrzehnts.

"Hensoldt" ist wiederum die Produktlinie des Standorts Wetzlar für alles Handgehaltene.


Und demnächst gehts dann weiter: http://augengeradeaus.net/2015/02/airbus-v...idigungssparte/



Details zum 3.5-26x56 gibts im Produktlinienkatalog zu finden: http://www.defenceandsecurity-airbusds.com...Line_36S_EN.pdf oder gern auch per PM.
Kameratt
Erbeutete saudische Handwaffen der Huthis im Jemen.

Almeran
Zeig das bloß nicht der Bild ...
Freestyler
Stammen die von saudischen Bodentruppen oder von saudischen Waffenlieferungen an die anti-Houthi-Kräfte? mata.gif
Father Christmas
Interessante Frage.
Lt. Wiki hat das Counter-Terrorism Battalion 71 der jordanischen Streitkräfte vor ein paar Jahren G36C bezogen. Die beiden Waffen rechts sehen auch sehr speziell aus.
Almeran
ZITAT(Father Christmas @ 9. Jun 2015, 19:47) *
Interessante Frage.
Lt. Wiki hat das Counter-Terrorism Battalion 71 der jordanischen Streitkräfte vor ein paar Jahren G36C bezogen. Die beiden Waffen rechts sehen auch sehr speziell aus.

Wäre es, wenn G36C auf dem Foto zu sehen wären. Saudi-Arabien hingegen produziert hingegen seit Jahrzehnten bzw Jahren sowohl G36 als auch G3.
Kameratt
ZITAT(Freestyler @ 9. Jun 2015, 19:36) *
Stammen die von saudischen Bodentruppen oder von saudischen Waffenlieferungen an die anti-Houthi-Kräfte? mata.gif

Von saudischen Militärs und Grenzschützern. In den letzten Wochen ist es zu mehreren Gefechten im jemenitisch-saudischen Grenzgebiet gekommen. Hier z.B.:
https://youtu.be/U_01V25RLvI?t=6m30s

ZITAT(Father Christmas @ 9. Jun 2015, 19:47) *
Interessante Frage.
Lt. Wiki hat das Counter-Terrorism Battalion 71 der jordanischen Streitkräfte vor ein paar Jahren G36C bezogen. Die beiden Waffen rechts sehen auch sehr speziell aus.

Eines der SSG soll ein PGW LRT-3 sein.

Father Christmas
ZITAT(Almeran @ 9. Jun 2015, 19:58) *
ZITAT(Father Christmas @ 9. Jun 2015, 19:47) *
Interessante Frage.
Lt. Wiki hat das Counter-Terrorism Battalion 71 der jordanischen Streitkräfte vor ein paar Jahren G36C bezogen. Die beiden Waffen rechts sehen auch sehr speziell aus.

Wäre es, wenn G36C auf dem Foto zu sehen wären. Saudi-Arabien hingegen produziert hingegen seit Jahrzehnten bzw Jahren sowohl G36 als auch G3.


Es ist ein G36C auf dem Bild zu sehen wink.gif
Almeran
ZITAT(Father Christmas @ 9. Jun 2015, 20:45) *
ZITAT(Almeran @ 9. Jun 2015, 19:58) *
ZITAT(Father Christmas @ 9. Jun 2015, 19:47) *
Interessante Frage.
Lt. Wiki hat das Counter-Terrorism Battalion 71 der jordanischen Streitkräfte vor ein paar Jahren G36C bezogen. Die beiden Waffen rechts sehen auch sehr speziell aus.

Wäre es, wenn G36C auf dem Foto zu sehen wären. Saudi-Arabien hingegen produziert hingegen seit Jahrzehnten bzw Jahren sowohl G36 als auch G3.


Es ist ein G36C auf dem Bild zu sehen wink.gif

Tatsache, das habe ich übersehen. Angesichts der geographischen Nähe, der ständigen Grenzscharmützel und des aktuellen Konflikts würde ich aber doch stark von saudischen Waffen ausgehen wink.gif
Freestyler
Nicht notwendigerweise. Jordanische Spezialeinheiten wurden bereits 2009 an die Saudis ausgeliehen, selbst wenn das offiziell nie bestätigt wurde wink.gif
Dave76

ZITAT
Le général Grégoire de Saint-Quentin, commandant des opérations spéciales (GCOS) lors du #SOFINS 2015 - Crédits : E. Rabot/ Ecpad









ZITAT
Démonstration du CPA 10 (commando parachutistes de l'Air) lors du #SOFINS 2015 - Crédits : E. Rabot/ Ecpad
Nite

AK5 Bullpup
vonFeilitzsch
Man ist das Teil hässlich…
Forodir
Ist das der Bowdenzug für den Abzug der da außen liegt? ist die Waffe ein Prototyp oder soll das so sein?
Father Christmas
ZITAT(Almeran @ 9. Jun 2015, 15:34) *
Zeig das bloß nicht der Bild ...


http://www.spiegel.de/politik/deutschland/...-a-1038450.html
SailorGN
Die Finnen haben noch Flammenwerfer?
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