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seventy6er
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The Bundeswehr will begin to field the new RMG.50 in 2014, according to an official press release by Rheinmetall Defence, dated June 11, 2012: PDF in English


infos ob es pläne gibt, das rmg abgesessen zu nutzen? ist über stückzahlen etwas bekannt?
Dave76
^ Hier: Bilderthread. Entwicklungen und News, ...rund um die Infanterie oder Der infanteristische Fragen-Thread für (fast) alles, von "Wofür steht AAD?" bis "Was ist ein Zeliska-Revolve. wink.gif

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Royal Marines Exploring Ice Crevasses in Antarctica
Climbing through mysterious ice chambers, these figures are Royal Marines exploring the stunning beauty of Antarctica.
At first glance it’s difficult to tell if these commandoes are under water – instead they were making their way through a deep blue wilderness.
They are from the Royal Navy’s ice patrol ship HMS Protector, which has ventured further south than ever before during a delivery of vital supplies to a research station.Photographer: LA(Phot) Arron Hoare
www.defenceimages.mod.uk
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Soldater fra Task Unit på patrulje i Jalaier-dalen i Faryab provins i Afghanistan. Soldaten i front har på seg en norsk test-uniform / Norwegian soldiers from the Task Unit on patrol in Faryab province, Afghanistan. The soldier in front is wearing a Norwegian test uniform. Forsvaret mediesenter Caroline Lunde
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Tireurs d’élite en observation. Du 14 au16 mai 2012, la force Epervier a déployé une centaine de militaires pour conduire un exercice de synthèse à la manœuvre et au tir réel sur le champ de tir de Moussoro, à 300 km au nord-est de N’Djaména. D’importants moyens terrestres (véhicules de l’avant blindée - VAB, ERC 90 Sagaie) et aériens (quatre Mirage F1 et un hélicoptère Puma) ont été engagés.
Crédits : EMA / armée de l'Air / ECPAD
revolution




IRIN Marines & Takavaran
Der Weisse Hai
Davon, daß man die Maske nicht auf die Stirn schiebt, sondern unters Kinn haben die Kameraden auch noch nichts gehört. Oder sie sind zu sehr damit beschäftigt, ihre Flossen zurückzuerobern, die am Strand liegen.

DWH
revolution
Erzähl doch nicht so einen Blödsinn. hmpf.gif





Kampfhamster
Wird wohl nix mit dem Flossen zurückerobern, so ganz ohne Verschluss in der Waffe biggrin.gif
revolution
Fluggerät lässt sich so auch nicht abschiessen wink.gif
Dave76
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Exercice commun pour le CPA n°20 et le 2e REP en Corse
Du 21 mai au 1er juin 2012, une équipe d’une trentaine de commandos parachutistes de l’air (CPA n°20) s’est rendue, pour la deuxième fois cette année, à Calvi, en Corse, afin de participer à un entraînement commun avec le 2erégiment étranger de parachutistes (2e REP) de l’armée de terre.


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Les hommes du CPA n°20 et du 2e REP ont travaillé côte à côte - © Armée de l'air



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L'exercice conjoint s'est déroulé à Calvi, en Corse. - © Armée de l'air



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Une séance d'aérocordage avec l'escadron d'hélicoptère de Solenzara - © Armée de l'air



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Les commandos ont réalisé des sauts en parachute en mer. - © Armée de l'air
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Norwegian soldiers, part of the NATO-led forces, leave the Spozhmai hotel on Lake Qurgha where security officials say Taliban insurgents have killed nearly two dozen people, most of them civilians, in an attack just north of Kabul, Afghanistan, Friday, June, 22, 2012. It was the latest in a string of attacks this week that suggest the insurgent group is pushing hard with its summer offensive rather than waiting for international forces to draw down. (AP Photo/Musadeq Sadeq)



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A soldier from NATO-led forces, center, is seen outside the Spozhmai hotel on Lake Qargha where security officials say Taliban insurgents have killed almost two dozen people, most of them civilians, in an attack that began before midnight on Thursday, just north of Kabul, Afghanistan, Friday, June, 22, 2012. It was the latest in a string of attacks this week that suggest the insurgent group is pushing hard with its summer offensive rather than waiting for international forces to draw down. (AP Photo/Ahmad Jamshid)



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Soldiers from NATO-led forces are seen through the remains of a burnt vehicle outside the Spozhmai hotel on Lake Qargha where security officials say Taliban insurgents have killed almost two dozen people, most of them civilians, in an attack that began before midnight on Thursday, just north of Kabul, Afghanistan, Friday, June, 22, 2012. It was the latest in a string of attacks this week that suggest the insurgent group is pushing hard with its summer offensive rather than waiting for international forces to draw down. (AP Photo/Ahmad Jamshid)



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Afghan special forces are seen outside the Spozhmai hotel at Lake Qargha where security officials say Taliban insurgents have killed at least 17 people, most of them civilians, in an attack that began before midnight on Thursday, just north of Kabul, Afghanistan, Friday, June, 22, 2012. It was the latest in a string of attacks this week that suggest the insurgent group is pushing hard with its summer offensive rather than waiting for international forces to draw down. (AP Photo/Ahmad Jamshid)


Und wieder einmal norwegisches FSK und afghanische CRU im Einsatz in Kabul, haben ja einiges zu tun in letzter Zeit die Jungs...
Ferrus_Manus
Scheinbar ist die HK416 jetzt die Standardwaffe für die Fremdenlegion. Keine FAMAS mehr zu sehen.

EDIT: Sehe gerade das einer im Hintergrund noch eine hat.
goschi
CPA n°20 Hk416
2e REP Famas
(zu Unterscheiden an den Helmen wink.gif )
KidDynamite

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Lance Cpl. Christopher Yudin, a machine gunner with 2nd Battalion, 5th Marines, Regimental Combat Team 6, sits outside a compound room with Lance Cpl. Frank Duran, an assaultman with the battalion, June 6, 2012.



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Lance Cpl. Christopher Yudin, a machinegunner with 2nd Battalion, 5th Marines, Regimental Combat Team 6, sits on security post, June 3, 2012. Yudin was born in Finland and is the son of a Mexican diplomat.




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Rounds of a M240 machine gun are spread out over a compound roof, June 2, 2012. Lance Cpl. Christopher Yudin, a machinegunner with 2nd Battalion, 5th Marines, Regimental Combat Team 6, carries a M240 machinegun for his squad while he is deployed to Afghanistan.



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Lance Cpl. Christopher Yudin, a machinegunner with 2nd Battalion, 5th Marines, Regimental Combat Team 6, looks through his scope of his M240 machine gun, May 30, 2012. Yudin, a native of Seattle, plans to apply for citizenship when he returns from his deployment.



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Lance Cpl. Christopher Yudin, a machinegunner with 2nd Battalion, 5th Marines, Regimental Combat Team 6, looks through the sights of his M240 machinegun, May 30, 2012.
Dave76
^ LOL, die kommen mir aber irgendwie bekannt vor... wink.gif

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Un écran tactile est intégré dans le gilet de combat. - © Armée de l'air



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Le gilet de combat a été développé pour les forces spéciales. - © Armée de l'air

CPA 10 mit Modular Tactical System (MTS). Mehr hier.
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A soldier from 7th Battalion (Mechanised), Royal Australian Regiment, leopard crawls with his F88 AUSTEYR Rifle during an attack for Exercise Predator’s Strike. Exercise PREDATOR’S STRIKE, held from the 11th to the 19th of June 2012 at the Shoalwater Bay Training Area in Queensland, is the final brigade level exercise for the Darwin based 1st Brigade, prior to Exercise Hamel 12.The exercise provided an opportunity for 1st Brigade Battlegroups to focus on Combat Team level combined arms integration around a series of demanding force on force and live fire activities, testing all aspects of fighting against a near peer enemy in a complex environment.The exercise marked the first night operations conducted by the new Army Reconnaissance Helicopter or ARH Tiger. 1st Brigade will changeover to Exercise Hamel 12 where they will achieve certification to Army Training Level/S 7, ready to commence operations. Photography by: Able Seaman Lee-Anne Mack, 1st Joint Public Affairs Unit.



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A soldier from 7th Battalion (Mechanised),Royal Australian Regiment, checks his position with his F88 AUSTEYR Rifle during an attack for Exercise Predator’s Strike. Photography by: Able Seaman Lee-Anne Mack, 1st Joint Public Affairs Unit.



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Soldiers from 7th Battalion (Mechanised), Royal Australian Regiment, move forward in a attack lane practice during Exercise Predator’s Strike. Photography by: Able Seaman Lee-Anne Mack, 1st Joint Public Affairs Unit.



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A Solider from the 7th Battalion (Mechanised), Royal Australian Regiment, makes his way to a new position during an attack phase for Exercise Predator’s Strike. Photography by: Able Seaman Lee-Anne Mack, 1st Joint Public Affairs Unit.



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Infantry Soldiers from 7th Battalion (Mechanised), Royal Australian Regiment, clear an area during a simulated attack phase for Exercise Predator’s Strike. Photography by: Able Seaman Lee-Anne Mack, 1st Joint Public Affairs Unit.



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A Soldier from the 7th Battalion (Mechanised), Royal Australian Regiment, communicates the section's position to command during an attack phase for Exercise Predator’s Strike. Photography by: Able Seaman Lee-Anne Mack, 1st Joint Public Affairs Unit.



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A sniper with his .50 calibre rifle moves into position during 1st Brigade's fire power demonstration at Shoalwater Bay training on Exercise Predator's Strike.Photography by: Leading Seaman Andrew Dakin, 1st Joint Public Affairs Unit.



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A Javelin (man portable) anti tank missile is fired on a target during a 1st Brigade fire power demonstration at Shoalwater Bay training area on Exercise Predator's Strike. Photography by: Leading Seaman Andrew Dakin, 1st Joint Public Affairs Unit.
sdw
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Soldiers from 7th Battalion (Mechanised), Royal Australian Regiment, move forward in a attack lane practice during Exercise Predator’s Strike. Photography by: Able Seaman Lee-Anne Mack, 1st Joint Public Affairs Unit.



Könnte man direkt in jede Vorschrift aufnehmen, wie man sich aus der Bewegung heraus korrekt in Stellung begibt. xyxthumbs.gif
Dave76
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Recce Concentration Course River Crossing
Irish Defence Forces
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SailorGN
Die armen Iren biggrin.gif

Nochmal ne Frage zu den Iranern: War das ne Lehrvorführung/Parade? Denn wirklich ernst meinen können die das mit den Alibi-Drahthindernissen und ein paar Stöcken (wenn sie groß sind, wollen sie mal Rommelspargel werden) meinen. Allerdings ist mir der eine Bootstyp neu (das größere mit Mannschaftsabteil).
KidDynamite
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23. Mai 2012, LEHRÜBUNG Hinterhalt



Dave76

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SAN DIEGO (May 22, 2012) Los Angeles Special Weapons and Tactics (SWAT) team members breach a room and engage hostile targets in a training exercise focusing on breach and clear tactics aboard maritime vessels. Naval Special Warfare Boat Team (SBT) 12 assisted in the operation by providing small boat insertion and extraction to and from the boarded vessel. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 3rd Class Kristopher Kirsop/Released)
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BERLIN, GERMANY - JUNE 27: Members of the elite GSG9 unit of the Bundespolizei, the German federal police force, arrive in a helicopter during a demonstration of capabilities on June 27, 2012 over Berlin, Germany. The Bundespolizei officially received the last two new EC 155 B1 helicopters as part of a modernization effort at a ceremony earlier in the day. The fleet modernization was launched in 1997 and the Bundespolizei now has a fleet of 87 helicopters. Getty Images



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BERLIN, GERMANY - JUNE 27: Members of the elite GSG9 unit of the Bundespolizei, the German federal police force, abseil from a helicopter during a demonstration of capabilities on June 27, 2012 over Berlin, Germany. Getty Images



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Members of the elite GSG9 unit of the Bundespolizei, the German federal police force, abseil from a helicopter during a demonstration of capabilities on June 27, 2012 over Berlin, Germany. Getty Images
Dave76

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Air Force Special Operations Combat Control Team members ride desert dirt bikes alongside stunt performer Devin Blackwell during a film shoot May 17, 2012 at Nellis Air Force Base, Nev. The stunt performer helped the CCT members apply their versatile driving skills, which enable them to adapt on-the-fly to unknown situations during deployments to austere locations worldwide, into a visually exciting scene that will be incorporated into a recruiting simulator ride. The simulator will help the Air Force Recruiting Service explain the Air Force mission to the public through personal experience. (U.S. Air Force photo by Benjamin Newell, Released)



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Air Force Special Operations Combat Control Team members discuss their driving route while seated atop desert dirt bikes during a film shoot May 17, 2012 at Nellis Air Force Base, Nev. Combat Control Team members helped recreate a hypothetical Air Force mission during filming for a simulator ride project the Air Force Recruiting Service will use to inform and educate the public on the Air Force's capabilities. (U.S. Air Force photo by Benjamin Newell, Released)



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An Air Force Combat Control Team member drives a desert dirt bike along a ridgeline trail May 17, 2012, at Nellis Air Force Base, Nev. CCT members simulated an airdrop into a combat zone followed by cross country movement to a ground target during filming in support of an Air Force Recruiting simulator project. Through a simulator ride, the project will provide the public a first-hand glimpse at the missions the Air Force performs, including the special operations missions CCTs carry out in real life. (U.S. Air Force photo by Benjamin Newell, Released)



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Combat Control Technicians from McCord Air Force base pose for a "hero shot" May 15, 2012, at Nellis Air Force Base, Nev to be displayed during a simulator ride called Rapid Strike. Nellis Air Force Base, the Air Force Recruiting Service and Randolph Air Force Base, coordinated to help produce what will become the newest Air Force recruiting tool. (U.S. Photo by Larry Crespo)



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U.S. Air Force Col. Billy Thompson, 23d Wing commander, and Capt. Daniel Catino, 38th Rescue Squadron combat rescue officer, prepare their equipment before combat arms training June 12, 2012, at Moody Air Force Base, Ga. Thompson trained with the 38th RQS to become more familiar with their combat tactics, techniques and procedures. (U.S. Air Force photo by Staff Sgt. Jamal D. Sutter/Released)



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Ready to fire
U.S. Air Force Senior Airman Brandon Smith, 38th Rescue Squadron pararescueman, sets up a firing position during combat arms training June 12, 2012, at Moody Air Force Base, Ga. With the ability to be called for a mission at a moment’s notice, 38th RQS PJs regularly train to remain precise and proficient at what they do. (U.S. Air Force photo by Staff Sgt. Jamal D. Sutter/Released)



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A little to the left
U.S. Air Force Staff Sgt. Eric Braddock, 38th Rescue Squadron pararescueman, makes sight adjustments to an M4 assault rifle during combat arms training June 12, 2012, at Moody Air Force Base, Ga. Making sight adjustments, also known as weapon zeroing, increases accuracy and builds a better understanding of how a weapon operates when fired, which can be beneficial to Airmen who deploy with the weapon they train on. (U.S. Air Force photo by Staff Sgt. Jamal D. Sutter/Released)



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We mean business
U.S. Air Force Col. Bill Thompson, 23d Wing commander, middle, poses for a photo with, from left to right, Senior Airman Brandon Smith, Staff Sgt. Eric Braddock, Capt. Daniel Catino and Staff Sgt. Alejandro Serrano during combat arms training June 12, 2012, at Moody Air Force Base, Ga. The 38th Rescue Squadron pararescuemen and combat rescue officer invited Thompson to join them during training to give him a better understanding of what they do to remain proficient at their jobs. (U.S. Air Force photo by Staff Sgt. Jamal D. Sutter/Released)

Dave76

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U.S. Air Force Staff Sgt. Brandon Cook, and Senior Airman Therron Bundick, joint terminal attack controllers from 25th Air Support Operations Squadron, Wheeler Army Air Field, Hawaii, call a U.S. Air Force A-10 Thunderbolt II from the 25th Fighter Squadron, Osan Air Force Base, Republic of Korea, to fly overhead as a show of force while conducting a close air support training mission June 15, 2012, at the Joint Pacific Range Complex near Eielson AFB, Alaska during Red Flag-Alaska 12-2. Red Flag-Alaska is a Pacific Air Forces-sponsored, joint/coalition, tactical air combat employment exercise which corresponds to the operational capability of participating units. The entire exercise takes place in the Joint Pacific Range Complex over Alaska as well as a portion of Western Canada for a total airspace of more than 67,000 square miles. (Department of Defense photo by U.S. Air Force Tech. Sgt. Michael R. Holzworth/Released)



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U.S. Air Force Maj. Jonnie Green,(left) Air Liaison Officer Staff Sgt. Brandon Cook,(center) and Senior Airman Therron Bundick,(right) joint terminal attack controllers from 25th Air Support Operations Squadron, Wheeler Army Air Field, Hawaii, look on as a U.S. Army UH-60 Blackhawk from 16th Combat Aviation Brigade, Fort Wainwright, Alaska, lands at the Joint Pacific Range Complex near Eielson AFB, Alaska during Red Flag-Alaska 12-2. (Department of Defense photo by U.S. Air Force Tech. Sgt. Michael R. Holzworth/Released)



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U.S. Air Force Staff Sgt. Brandon Cook, and Senior Airman Therron Bundick, joint terminal attack controllers from 25th Air Support Operations Squadron, Wheeler Army Air Field, Hawaii, call fight aircraft to provide a close air support for a U.S. Army UH-60 Blackhawk medical evacuation helicopter during a casualty evacuation scenario at the Joint Pacific Range Complex near Eielson AFB, Alaska as part of Red Flag-Alaska 12-2. (Department of Defense photo by U.S. Air Force Tech. Sgt. Michael R. Holzworth/Released)



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U.S. Air Force Senior Airman Therron Bundick, a joint terminal attack controller from 25th Air Support Operations Squadron, Wheeler Army Air Field, Hawaii, uses a radio to request a casualty evacuation helicopter during a close air support training mission June 15, 2012, at the Joint Pacific Range Complex near Eielson AFB, Alaska as part of Red Flag-Alaska 12-2. (Department of Defense photo by U.S. Air Force Tech. Sgt. Michael R. Holzworth/Released)



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U.S. Air Force Staff Sgt. Brandon Cook, and Senior Airman Therron Bundick, joint terminal attack controllers from 25th Air Support Operations Squadron, Wheeler Army Air Field, Hawaii, call for two U.S. Air Force Fighting Falcons from the 36th Fighter Squadron, Osan Air Force Base, Republic of Korea, to conduct a strafing run on simulated targets during a close air support training mission June 15, 2012, at the Joint Pacific Range Complex near Eielson AFB, Alaska as part of Red Flag-Alaska 12-2. (Department of Defense photo by U.S. Air Force Tech. Sgt. Michael R. Holzworth/Released)



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U.S. Air Force Staff Sgt. Brandon Cook, a joint terminal attack controller from 25th Air Support Operations Squadron, Wheeler Army Air Field, Hawaii, uses a radio from an observation point to communicate target information to fighter aircraft during a close air support training mission June 15, 2012, at the Joint Pacific Range Complex near Eielson AFB, Alaska as part of Red Flag-Alaska 12-2.(Department of Defense photo by U.S. Air Force Tech. Sgt. Michael R. Holzworth/Released)
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A soldier of the Austrian Army "Jagdkommando" Special Forces battalion poses with a FN P90 selective fire personal defense weapon (PDW) , on June 28, 2012, during a competitive military exhibition in Graz, some 200 kilometers south-west from Vienna. AFP PHOTO / DIETER NAGL



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A soldier of the Austrian Army "Jagdkommando" Special Forces battalion poses with a MG 74 machinegun, on June 28, 2012, during a competitive military exhibition in Graz, some 200 kilometers south-west from Vienna. AFP PHOTO / DIETER NAGL
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Takavaran
goschi
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Takavaran

Meine Übersicht über die verschiedenen Teilstreitkräfte/Truppengattungen/Bürgerwehren des Iran ist mittlerweile etwas fehlerhaft, was für eine Truppe ist dies genau?
revolution
@goschi
http://www.specialoperations.com/Foreign/Iran/Takavaran.html
Dave76
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TF-51 fra FSK/HJK fungerer som mentorer på Afghanske sikkerhetsstyrker fra TF-24 i Crises Response Unit (CRU) i Kabul, Afghanistan / TF-51 from Norwegian Army Special Operations Command train the Afghan TF-24 from Crises Response Unit in Kabul, Afghanistan. Forsvaret mediesenter / Torbjørn Kjosvold



















goschi
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danke
Dave76
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TF-51 fra FSK/HJK fungerer som mentorer på Afghanske sikkerhetsstyrker fra TF-24 i Crises Response Unit (CRU) i Kabul, Afghanistan / TF-51 from Norwegian Army Special Operations Command train the Afghan TF-24 from Crises Response Unit in Kabul, Afghanistan. Forsvaret mediesenter / Torbjørn Kjosvold


















Dave76
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TF-51 fra FSK/HJK fungerer som mentorer på Afghanske sikkerhetsstyrker fra TF-24 i Crises Response Unit (CRU) i Kabul, Afghanistan / TF-51 from Norwegian Army Special Operations Command train the Afghan TF-24 from Crises Response Unit in Kabul, Afghanistan. Forsvaret mediesenter / Torbjørn Kjosvold




















Arado-234
GPS - Garming Etrex - die Dinger finden sich auch überall.
Was für Gipsies werden derzeit an unsere Jungs ausgegeben ?
Dave76



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Kaptein Jon Håkon Paulsen, troppsjef for taktisk transport tropp på skytebanen utenfor Mazar E Sharif i Afghanistan. / Captain Jon Håkon Paulsen, on a shooting range outside Mazar E Sharif in Afghanistan. Forsvaret mediesenter / Torbjørn Kjosvold



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Taktisk transport tropp har en pause utenfor Mazar E Sharif i Afghanistan. / Tactical transport troop have a break along the road outside Mazar E Sharif in Afghanistan. Forsvaret mediesenter / Torbjørn Kjosvold











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Soldater fra taktisk transport tropp på skytebanen utenfor Mazar E Sharif i Afghanistan hvor de skyter med Carl Gustav 84mm rekylfri kanon. / Soldiers from tactical transport troop, on a shooting range outside Mazar E Sharif in Afghanistan where they train on live fireing with Carl Gustav 84mm recoilless gun. Forsvaret mediesenter / Torbjørn Kjosvold







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Soldater fra taktisk transport tropp på skytebanen utenfor Mazar E Sharif i Afghanistan hvor de trener på skyting med Glock 9 mm pistol. / Soldiers from tactical transport troop, on a shooting range outside Mazar E Sharif in Afghanistan where they train on live fireing with Glock 9 mm pistol. Forsvaret mediesenter / Torbjørn Kjosvold
Dave76



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Soldater fra taktisk transport tropp på skytebanen utenfor Mazar E Sharif i Afghanistan hvor de trener på skyting med Glock 9 mm pistol. / Soldiers from tactical transport troop, on a shooting range outside Mazar E Sharif in Afghanistan where they train on live fireing with Glock 9 mm pistol. Forsvaret mediesenter / Torbjørn Kjosvold











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Soldater fra taktisk transport tropp på skytebanen utenfor Mazar E Sharif i Afghanistan hvor de trener på skyting med HK416. / Soldiers from tactical transport troop, on a shooting range outside Mazar E Sharif in Afghanistan where they train on live fireing with HK416. Forsvaret mediesenter / Torbjørn Kjosvold



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Medic Bård Nilsson inne i et av NAD´s Bell 412 SP helikopterer i PRT leieren i Meymaneh, Afghanistan. / Medic Bård Nilsson in one of NAD`s Bell 412 SP helicopters in the PRT camp outside Meymaneh, Afghanistan. Forsvaret mediesenter / Torbjørn Kjosvold







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På oppdrag med POMLT (Police operational monitoring liason team) som består av norske og amerikanske soldater, og sivilt norsk politi i Dowlatabad i Faryab provinsen, Afghanistan. / On a mission with POMLT (Police operational monitoring liason team). The group are Norwegian and US soldiers, and Norwegian civilian police on patrol in Dowlatabad in Faryab province, Afghanistan. Forsvaret mediesenter / Torbjørn Kjosvold
Dave76
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På oppdrag med POMLT (Police operational monitoring liason team) som består av norske og amerikanske soldater, og sivilt norsk politi i Dowlatabad i Faryab provinsen, Afghanistan. / On a mission with POMLT (Police operational monitoring liason team). The group are Norwegian and US soldiers, and Norwegian civilian police on patrol in Dowlatabad in Faryab province, Afghanistan. Forsvaret mediesenter / Torbjørn Kjosvold
























Ferrus_Manus
ZITAT(Arado-234 @ 1. Jul 2012, 13:04) *
GPS - Garming Etrex - die Dinger finden sich auch überall.
Was für Gipsies werden derzeit an unsere Jungs ausgegeben ?


Die Bundeswehr verwendet den Precision Lightweight GPS Receiver, den auch die US Army benutzt. Ich weiss nicht ob alle Truppenverbände den haben, aber zumindest die Fallschirmjäger benutzen ihn.
Dave76
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På oppdrag med POMLT (Police operational monitoring liason team) som består av norske og amerikanske soldater, og sivilt norsk politi i Dowlatabad i Faryab provinsen, Afghanistan. / On a mission with POMLT (Police operational monitoring liason team). The group are Norwegian and US soldiers, and Norwegian civilian police on patrol in Dowlatabad in Faryab province, Afghanistan. Forsvaret mediesenter / Torbjørn Kjosvold


















Arado-234
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Die Bundeswehr verwendet den Precision Lightweight GPS Receiver, den auch die US Army benutzt. Ich weiss nicht ob alle Truppenverbände den haben, aber zumindest die Fallschirmjäger benutzen ihn.

Danke
Dave76

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Members of the presidential guard push away supporters of Egypt's first Islamist president, Mohamed Mursi, surrounding his car as he leaves after taking his the oath of office at the Supreme Constitutional Court in Cairo June 30, 2012. Mursi took his oath of office on Saturday, ending six decades of rule by former military men although the generals in charge since Hosni Mubarak was ousted last year have already curbed his powers. Reuters/Amr Abdallah Dalsh

SIG SG553 ?
schocher
Kampfschwimmer in Lehnin


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Eindringen in das Waffenarsenal (Quelle: © 2012 Bundeswehr)



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Über Kopfhörer und Mikrofon verständigen sich die Soldaten (Quelle: © 2012 Bundeswehr)



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Sicherung des Anmarschweges (Quelle: © 2012 Bundeswehr / Björn Wilke/Presse- und Informationszentrum Marine)



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Die Umgebung wird gesichert und unter Beobachtung gehalten (Quelle: © 2012 Bundeswehr)



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Kampfschwimmer haben sich Zugang verschafft (Quelle: © 2012 Bundeswehr)



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Sicherung in alle Richtungen (Quelle: © 2012 Bundeswehr)



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Verletztenversorgung im Einsatzgebiet (Quelle: © 2012 Bundeswehr)



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Abtransport des Einsatzteams (Quelle: © 2012 Bundeswehr)


Link
SLAP
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Ein 552, zu erkennen am Ladehebel.
Dave76
^ Ah, okay. Danke.
Xizor
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Welche Sprache ist denn "Backery"? biggrin.gif
Ferrus_Manus
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Welche Sprache ist denn "Backery"? biggrin.gif


Denglisch?^^
Dave76

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A French sniper from Battle Group Tiger supports Afghan National Security Forces during an operation in eastern Afghanistan. (Photo copyright Task Force La Fayette)
Fennek
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Welche Sprache ist denn "Backery"? biggrin.gif


Das ist eindeutig die Bäckerei vom Herrn Backery! tounge.gif
EK 89/2
Ich hätte da mal ne Frage zu den Bildern die Dave am Anfang der Seite gepostet hat.
Warum nehmen die ihre Waffen nicht "richtig" in Anschlag? Das ist mir auch schon bei verschiedenen anderen Bildern aufgefallen.
Wir wurden so ausgebildet, dass die Schulterstütze an die Schulter gehört.
Was hat das für einen Vorteil, wenn die ihre Waffe so führen? Im Ernstfall können die doch nicht sofort zurückschießen, zumindest nicht den Ak.
Warum nehmen die das Risiko in Kauf eventuell den Tick zu spät zu reagieren?
Der Weisse Hai
Das sind entweder die Auswüchse des in den letzten jahren inflationären hollywoodbildertauglichen Kampfbaletts oder aber (wahrscheinlicher) spezielle Anschlagarten für den Feuerkampf in beengten Umgebungen.

DWH
Dave76
Dabei gilt auch immer zu bedenken, dass Fotos nur eine Momentaufnahme sind und niemals das komplette Geschehen wiedergeben, zumal wir hier es auch noch mit einer Ausbildungs-/Lehrsituation zu tun haben bei der eventuell in dieser Situation primär anderes vermittelt werden sollte.
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