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On June 24, the 36th CAB teamed with personnel from the Air Guard and the 1-19th Special Forces Group for a joint air assault and medical evacuation exercise at Camp McGregor, N.M. The training helped prepare imminently deploying units for their overseas missions as well as reinforce cooperation between different units within the Texas Military Forces.


















Dave76
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On June 24, the 36th CAB teamed with personnel from the Air Guard and the 1-19th Special Forces Group for a joint air assault and medical evacuation exercise at Camp McGregor, N.M. The training helped prepare imminently deploying units for their overseas missions as well as reinforce cooperation between different units within the Texas Military Forces.















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U.S. Marine Corps Lance Cpl. Kyle Niro, a scout sniper with the 2nd Battalion, 3rd Marine Regiment (3rd Marines) Scout Sniper Platoon, places the dog tag of a fallen Marine on a battlefield cross after a memorial run at Marine Corps Base Hawaii on June 1, 2012. Marines erected the cross to honor the 116 men from the 3rd Marines who died during combat operations in Afghanistan and Iraq. (Reuters/Reece Lodder, U.S. Marine Corps)


Mehr: In Focus: Afghanistan: June 2012
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Private First Class Ronnie Berryman from 4th Platoon, Daggery Company of the 2nd Battalion, 12th Infantry Regiment sits with Captain Katie Kopp as he pets therapy dog Hank during Hank's visit to Combat Outpost Nangalam in the Pech River Valley of Afghanistan's Kunar Province July 3, 2012. Hank is the only Boston Terrier therapy dog deployed in this region to interact with soldiers as a stress relief. REUTERS/Lucas Jackson



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Sergeant Edward Jackson © from the 4th Platoon, Dagger Company of the 2nd Battalion, 12th Infantry Regiment lies down on a bench while preparing for an early morning patrol, inside Combat Outpost Nangalam in the Pech River Valley of Afghanistan's Kunar Province July 2, 2012. REUTERS/Lucas Jackson



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Staff Sergeant James Davis (L) and Sergeant Andrew McMeley from the 4th Platoon, Dagger Company of the 2nd Battalion, 12th Infantry Regiment prepare to take position during an early morning patrol near the village of Qandaro, in the Pech River Valley of Afghanistan's Kunar Province July 2, 2012. REUTERS/Lucas Jackson



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Sergeant Edward Jackson from the 4th Platoon, Dagger Company of the 2nd Battalion, 12th Infantry Regiment keeps watch during an early morning patrol near the village of Qandaro in the Pech River Valley of Afghanistan's Kunar province July 2, 2012. REUTERS/Lucas Jackson



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Afghan children watch as Sergeant Edward Jackson ® and Sergeant Austin Craig from the 4th Platoon, Dagger Company of the 2nd Battalion, 12th Infantry Regiment jump down an embankment during an early morning patrol near the village of Qandaro in the Pech River Valley of Afghanistan's Kunar province July 2, 2012. REUTERS/Lucas Jackson



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Sergeant Austin Craig (L) and Sergeant Edward Jackson from the 4th Platoon, Dagger Company of the 2nd Battalion, 12th Infantry Regiment march across a field during an early morning patrol near the village of Qandaro in the Pech River Valley of Afghanistan's Kunar province July 2, 2012. REUTERS/Lucas Jackson



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Specialist Ben Purvis ® and Private First Class Trent Pritchartt from the 4th Platoon, Dagger Company of the 2nd Battalion, 12th Infantry Regiment climb down an embankment during an early morning patrol near the village of Qandaro in the Pech River Valley of Afghanistan's Kunar province July 2, 2012. REUTERS/Lucas Jackson



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Lieutenant Kenneth Rowe from the 4th Platoon, Dagger Company of the 2nd Battalion, 12th Infantry Regiment yells to fellow soldiers after hearing insurgent gunfire during an early morning patrol near the village of Qandaro in the Pech River Valley of Afghanistan's Kunar province July 2, 2012. REUTERS/Lucas Jackson



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Soldiers from the 3rd Platoon, Dagger Company of the 2nd Battalion, 12th Infantry Regiment monitor a ridge line for insurgent activity behind a group of children while patrolling the village of Sundray in the Pech River Valley of Afghanistan's Kunar Province July 3, 2012. REUTERS/Lucas Jackson



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Specialist Ben Purvis reaches up to help Private First Class Trent Pritchartt from the 4th Platoon, Dagger Company of the 2nd Battalion, 12th Infantry Regiment climb down an embankment during an early morning patrol near the village of Qandaro in the Pech River Valley of Afghanistan's Kunar province July 2, 2012. REUTERS/Lucas Jackson



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Sergeant Timothy Davis from the 3rd Platoon, Dagger Company of the 2nd Battalion, 12th Infantry Regiment hands out candies to children while patrolling the village of Sundray in the Pech River Valley of Afghanistan's Kunar Province July 3, 2012. REUTERS/Lucas Jackson

Dave76

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U.S. Army soldiers from the 4th Platoon, Dagger Company of the 2nd Battalion, 12th Infantry Regiment take cover behind a stone wall during an early morning patrol near the village of Qandaro in the Pech River Valley of Afghanistan's Kunar province July 2, 2012. REUTERS/Lucas Jackson



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Soldiers from the 3rd Platoon, Dagger Company of the 2nd Battalion, 12th Infantry Regiment walk to take part in a mission brief inside of Combat Outpost Nangalam in the Pech River Valley of Afghanistan's Kunar Province July 3, 2012. REUTERS/Lucas Jackson



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Specialist Angel Montanez from the 3rd Platoon, Dagger Company of the 2nd Battalion, 12th Infantry Regiment walks past young girls while patrolling the village of Sundray in the Pech River Valley of Afghanistan's Kunar Province July 3, 2012. REUTERS/Lucas Jackson



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Sergeant David Valderrama (L) and Lieutenant Randall Combs from the 3rd Platoon, Dagger Company of the 2nd Battalion, 12th Infantry Regiment monitor opposite ridge lines while patrolling the village of Sundray in the Pech River Valley of Afghanistan's Kunar Province July 3, 2012. REUTERS/Lucas Jackson



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Private First Class Kenneth Vince from the 4th Platoon, Dagger Company of the 2nd Battalion, 12th Infantry Regiment walks past a dead snake inside of Combat Outpost Nangalam in the Pech River Valley of Afghanistan's Kunar Province July 3, 2012. REUTERS/Lucas Jackson



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Sergeant David Valderrama from the 3rd Platoon, Dagger Company of the 2nd Battalion, 12th Infantry Regiment explains to Afghan children how a grenade works while patrolling the village of Sundray in the Pech River Valley of Afghanistan's Kunar Province July 3, 2012. REUTERS/Lucas Jackson



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Private First Class Kimothy Johnson from the the 2nd Battalion, 12th Infantry Regiment prepares bacon for breakfast inside of Combat Outpost Nangalam in the Pech River Valley of Afghanistan's Kunar Province July 3, 2012. REUTERS/Lucas Jackson



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Soldiers from the 4th Platoon, Dagger Company of the 2nd Battalion, 12th Infantry Regiment walk past houses during an early morning patrol near the village of Qandaro in the Pech River Valley of Afghanistan's Kunar province July 2, 2012. REUTERS/Lucas Jackson



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Sergeant Austin Craig © from the 4th Platoon, Dagger Company of the 2nd Battalion, 12th Infantry Regiment lies down next to his weapon while preparing for an early morning patrol inside Combat Outpost Nangalam in the Pech River Valley of Afghanistan's Kunar province July 2, 2012. REUTERS/Lucas Jackson



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U.S. Army soldiers from the 4th Platoon, Dagger Company of the 2nd Battalion, 12th Infantry Regiment prepare for an early morning patrol inside Combat Outpost Nangalam in the Pech River Valley of Afghanistan's Kunar province July 2, 2012. REUTERS/Lucas Jackson

Dave76

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An Afghan farmer carrying bags walks past Private First Class Trent Pritchartt (L) and Specialist Ben Purvis of a mortar team, in support of 4th Platoon, Dagger Company of the 2nd Battalion, 12th Infantry Regiment, during an early morning patrol near the village of Qandaro in the Pech River Valley of Afghanistan's Kunar province July 2, 2012. REUTERS/Lucas Jackson



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Soldiers (L-R) Private First Class Trent Pritchartt, Specialist Ben Purvis, Staff Sergeant James Davis, and Specialist Emmanuel Calus from the 4th Platoon, Dagger Company of the 2nd Battalion, 12th Infantry Regiment take cover behind a stone wall during an early morning patrol near the village of Qandaro in the Pech River Valley of Afghanistan's Kunar province July 2, 2012. REUTERS/Lucas Jackson



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Sergeant Edward Jackson (L) and Sergeant Andrew McMeley from the 4th Platoon, Dagger Company of the 2nd Battalion, 12th Infantry Regiment run for cover after hearing insurgent gunfire during an early morning patrol near the village of Qandaro in the Pech River Valley of Afghanistan's Kunar province July 2, 2012. REUTERS/Lucas Jackson



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Specialist Emmanuel Calus (L) and Sergeant Edward Jackson © take cover as Sergeant Austin Craig fires his weapon during an early morning patrol with the 4th Platoon, Dagger Company of the 2nd Battalion, 12th Infantry Regiment near the village of Qandaro in the Pech River Valley of Afghanistan's Kunar province July 2, 2012. REUTERS/Lucas Jackson



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Sergeant Austin Craig © talks to his fellow soldiers after taking enemy fire during an early morning patrol with the 4th Platoon, Dagger Company of the 2nd Battalion, 12th Infantry Regiment near the village of Qandaro in the Pech River Valley of Afghanistan's Kunar Province July 2, 2012. REUTERS/Lucas Jackson



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A goat sits on a ledge behind Staff Sergeant James Davis from the 4th Platoon, Dagger Company of the 2nd Battalion, 12th Infantry Regiment during a patrol near Combat Outpost Nangalam in the Pech River Valley of Afghanistan's Kunar Province July 1, 2012. REUTERS/Lucas Jackson



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U.S. Army soldiers from the 4th Platoon, Dagger Company of the 2nd Battalion, 12th Infantry Regiment walk below a house during a patrol near Combat Outpost Nangalam in the Pech River Valley of Afghanistan's Kunar Province July 1, 2012. REUTERS/Lucas Jackson



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A scythe rests in the wall of a window near Combat Outpost Nangalam in the Pech River Valley of Afghanistan's Kunar Province July 1, 2012. REUTERS/Lucas Jackson



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Lieutenant Kenneth Rowe (L) and Staff Sergeant James Davis from the 4th Platoon, Dagger Company of the 2nd Battalion, 12th Infantry Regiment survey nearby mountains near Combat Outpost Nangalam in the Pech River Valley of Afghanistan's Kunar Province July 1, 2012. REUTERS/Lucas Jackson



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U.S. Army soldiers Sergeant Edward Jackson (L) and Lieutenant Kenneth Rowe from the 4th Platoon, Dagger Company of the 2nd Battalion, 12th Infantry Regiment turn to talk with fellow soldiers during a patrol near Combat Outpost Nangalam in the Pech River Valley of Afghanistan's Kunar Province July 1, 2012. REUTERS/Lucas Jackson



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An Afghan National Army soldier seeks shade under a rock outcropping near Combat Outpost Nangalam overlooking the Pech River Valley of Afghanistan's Kunar Province July 1, 2012. REUTERS/Lucas Jackson



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Afghan children gesture as they watch soldiers from the 4th Platoon, Dagger Company of the 2nd Battalion, 12th Infantry Regiment patrol near Combat Outpost Nangalam in the Pech River Valley of Afghanistan's Kunar Province July 1, 2012. REUTERS/Lucas Jackson
Dave76

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A bed, a solar charger, and a battery rest on a rooftop near Combat Outpost Nangalam overlooking the Pech River Valley of Afghanistan's Kunar Province July 1, 2012. REUTERS/Lucas Jackson



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Staff Sergeant James Davis from the 4th Platoon, Dagger Company of the 2nd Battalion, 12th Infantry Regiment looks back down an alleyway during a patrol near Combat Outpost Nangalam in the Pech River Valley of Afghanistan's Kunar Province July 1, 2012. REUTERS/Lucas Jackson



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Private First Class Trent Pritchartt from the 2nd Battalion, 12th Infantry Regiment of the 4th Brigade Combat Team, 4th Infantry Division prepares to fire a mortar at insurgent positions inside of Combat Outpost Nangalam in the Pech River Valley of Afghanistan's Kunar Province July 1, 2012. REUTERS/Lucas Jackson



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Lieutenant Kenneth Rowe from the 4th Platoon, Dagger Company of the 2nd Battalion, 12th Infantry Regiment, speaks as he holds a rifle that was found by the Afghan Police during a patrol near Combat Outpost Nangalam in the Pech River Valley of Afghanistan's Kunar Province July 1, 2012. Rowe was trying to find out who the rifle belonged to. REUTERS/Lucas Jackson



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Staff Sergeant James Davis (L) and Lieutenant Kenneth Rowe from the 4th Platoon, Dagger Company of the 2nd Battalion, 12th Infantry Regiment walk below an Afghan National Army soldier during a patrol near Combat Outpost Nangalam in the Pech River Valley of Afghanistan's Kunar Province July 1, 2012. REUTERS/Lucas Jackson



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Afghan children watch Lieutenant Kenneth Rowe from the 4th Platoon, Dagger Company of the 2nd Battalion, 12th Infantry Regiment climb down a staircase during a patrol near Combat Outpost Nangalam in the Pech River Valley of Afghanistan's Kunar Province July 1, 2012. REUTERS/Lucas Jackson



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Lieutenant Kenneth Rowe (L) and Staff Sergeant James Davis from the 4th Platoon, Dagger Company of the 2nd Battalion, 12th Infantry Regiment walk past an Afghan National Army soldier seeking some shade during a patrol near Combat Outpost Nangalam in the Pech River Valley of Afghanistan's Kunar Province July 1, 2012. REUTERS/Lucas Jackson



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An Afghan man has his eye scanned by a soldier from the 4th Platoon, Dagger Company of the 2nd Battalion, 12th Infantry Regiment during a patrol near Combat Outpost Nangalam in the Pech River Valley of Afghanistan's Kunar Province July 1, 2012. REUTERS/Lucas Jackson



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Smoke rises from the barrel of a 120mm mortar after being fired at insurgent positions by U.S. Army soldiers from the 2nd Battalion, 12th Infantry Regiment of the 4th Brigade Combat Team, 4th Infantry Division inside of Combat Outpost Nangalam in the Pech River Valley of Afghanistan's Kunar Province July 1, 2012. REUTERS/Lucas Jackson



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Sergeant William Mackenzie from the 2nd Battalion, 12th Infantry Regiment of the 4th Brigade Combat Team, 4th Infantry Division fills out paperwork to report the mortars fired today as he works in a bunker next to a stack of smoke grenades and hand grenades inside of Combat Outpost Nangalam in the Pech River Valley of Afghanistan's Kunar Province July 1, 2012. REUTERS/Lucas Jackson



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U.S. Army soldiers (L-R) Private First Class Trent Pritchartt, Specialist Ben Purvis, and Sergeant William Mackenzie from the 2nd Battalion, 12th Infantry Regiment of the 4th Brigade Combat Team, 4th Infantry Division fire a 120mm mortar at insurgent positions inside of Combat Outpost Nangalam in the Pech River Valley of Afghanistan's Kunar Province July 1, 2012. REUTERS/Lucas Jackson
docholiday
Geiselnahme Karlsruhe heute.





muckensen
Interessante Schutzweste mit diesem "Überwurf". Kann jemand Infos beisteuern?
Dave76

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A squad of U.S. Navy SEALs participate in special operations urban combat training. The training exercise familiarizes special operators with urban environments and tactical maneuvering during night and day operations. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 2nd Class Meranda Keller/Released)



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A U.S. Navy SEAL participate in special operations urban combat training. The training exercise familiarizes special operators with urban environments and tactical maneuvering during night and day operations. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 2nd Class Meranda Keller/Released)



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A squad of U.S. Navy SEALs participate in special operations urban combat training. The training exercise familiarizes special operators with urban environments and tactical maneuvering during night and day operations. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 2nd Class Meranda Keller/Released)



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RED SEA (May 22, 2012) Sailors and Marines assigned to the Iwo Jima Amphibious Ready Group and embarked elements of the 24th Marine Expeditionary Unit (24th MEU) conduct visit, board, search and seizure exercises aboard the Military Sealift Command maritime prepositioning ship USNS SGT William R. Button (T-AK 3012) during Exercise Eager Lion 2012. The exercise is designed to strengthen military-to-military relationships through a joint, multinational approach to meet current and future complex national security challenges, including 19 countries from five different continents and more than 11,000 participants. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 3rd Class Travis J. Kuykendall/Released)



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RED SEA (May 22, 2012) Sailors and Marines assigned to the Iwo Jima Amphibious Ready Group and embarked elements of the 24th Marine Expeditionary Unit (24th MEU) conduct visit, board, search and seizure exercises aboard the Military Sealift Command maritime prepositioning ship USNS SGT William R. Button (T-AK 3012) during Exercise Eager Lion 2012. The exercise is designed to strengthen military-to-military relationships through a joint, multinational approach to meet current and future complex national security challenges, including 19 countries from five different continents and more than 11,000 participants. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 3rd Class Travis J. Kuykendall/Released)



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SAN DIEGO (May 23, 2012) Navy SEALs assigned to a west coast based SEAL Team debark a hostile vessel off the coast of San Diego. 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)
Freestyler
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Paras join forces with Omani soldiers
Paratroopers have been training alongside the Royal Army of Oman to hone the infantry skills of both armies’ soldiers. Exercise WESSEX THUNDER has seen Colchester-based 2nd Battalion The Parachute Regiment (2 PARA) working with the Omani Western Frontier Regiment on Salisbury Plain. The two-week long exercise concluded this week with a co-ordinated attack on the urban warfare training facility at Copehill Down. 2 PARA launched the initial assault, with the Omani troops arriving by Chinook to reinforce the paratroopers and complete the capture of the village. [...]
Quelle: Ministry of Defence

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Freestyler
Und nochmal ein Joined Training der Sultan of Oman`s Armed Forces, diesmal mit der Oregon National Guard:
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Oregon Army National Guard Soldiers of the 1-82 Cavalry Regiment trained alongside Soldiers from the Royal Army of Oman’s 11th Brigade, Western Frontier Regiment and a platoon from the 125th Forward Support Company, 1st Battalion, 194th Field Artillery Regiment from Joint Base Lewis McCord (JBLM), Wash., at the Rubkut Training Range in Oman, in January 2012. The exercise, sponsored by U.S. Army Central, was meant to share knowledge and build diplomatic relations.

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The 75th Ranger Regiment in Afghanistan, June 2011.



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A Ranger from Headquarters and Headquarters Company, 3rd Battalion, 75th Ranger Regiment pulls security during a pre-dawn mission in Afghanistan. (Photo courtesy of U.S. Army)



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Rangers from A Company, 1st Battalion, 75th Ranger Regiment on a helicopter landing zone in Khost Province, Afghanistan June 3, 2012.
Dave76

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Men of Special Forces ODA 525 pose for a portrait before their insertion into Iraq, 72 hours before the beginning of the ground war, February 1991.
Courtesy of Buzz Saw DeGroff via Barbara Hall
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U.S. Army paratroopers with the 82nd Airborne Division's 1st Brigade Combat Team sweep a road for improvised explosive devices June 20, 2012, near Muqor, Ghazni Province, Afghanistan. When infantry units find an IED, they call up bomb experts to neutralize it.



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U.S. Army Sgt. David Pickard, a team leader with the 82nd Airborne Division's 1st Brigade Combat Team, prepares to sweep a road for improvised explosive devices June 30, 2012, in southern Ghazni Province, Afghanistan. Pickard is assigned to Company C, 1st Battalion, 504th Parachute Infantry Regiment.



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U.S. Army Spc. Shane Storey, a squad automactic weapon gunner with the 82nd Airborne Division's 1st Brigade Combat Team, pulls security while his platoon sweeps a road for mines June 30, 2012, near Muqor, Ghazni Province, Afghanistan. He is armed with an M249 squad automatic weapon.



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U.S. Army paratroopers with the 82nd Airborne Division's 1st Brigade Combat Team inspect a suspicious spot in the road while sweeping for improvised explosive devices June 30, 2012, near Muqor, Ghazni Province, Afghanistan. When infantry units find an IED, they call up bomb experts to neutralize it.



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A U.S. Army paratrooper with the 82nd Airborne Division's 1st Brigade Combat Team searches a passerby while sweeping a road for improvised explosive devices June 30, 2012, Ghazni Province, Afghanistan. The paratrooper is assigned to Company C, 1st Battalion, 504th Parachute Infantry Regiment.



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A U.S. Army paratrooper with the 82nd Airborne Division's 1st Brigade Combat Team sights down his M4 carbine during a patrol near the town of Muqor, June 30, 2012, Ghazni Province, Afghanistan. The paratrooper’s patrol is sweeping for roadside bombs.



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.S. Army 2nd Lt. Nicholas Prieto, a platoon leader with the 82nd Airborne Division's 1st Brigade Combat Team, keeps his company commander abreast of his platoon’s progress during a mission to sweep a road for improvised explosive devices June 30, 2012, Ghazni Province, Afghanistan. Prieto serves with Company C, 1st Battalion, 504th Parachute Infantry Regiment.



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U.S. Army 2nd Lt. Nicholas Prieto, a platoon leader with the 82nd Airborne Division's 1st Brigade Combat Team, uses an armored vehicle for shelter from insurgent fire while communicating with his company commander, June 30, 2012, outside of Muqor, Ghazni Province, Afghanistan. At left is his radioman, Pfc. Blaze Glocar.



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U.S. Army Spc. Shane Storey, a paratrooper with the 82nd Airborne Division's 1st Brigade Combat Team, fires his M249 squad automatic weapon at insurgents during a firefight June 30, 2012, outside the town of Muqor, Ghazni Province, Afghanistan. The M249 is considered a light machine gun.



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A U.S. Army paratrooper with the 82nd Airborne Division's 1st Brigade Combat Team fires his M4 carbine at insurgents during a firefight June 30, 2012, Ghazni Province, Afghanistan. The vehicle he is using for cover is a Mine Resistant Ambush Protected vehicle.



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U.S. Army paratroopers with the 82nd Airborne Division's 1st Brigade Combat Team look for a shot at insurgents during a firefight June 30, 2012, Ghazni Province, Afghanistan. To the paratroopers’ left is an Afghan National Army guntruck.



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U.S. Army 2nd Lt. Nicholas Prieto, a platoon leader with the 82nd Airborne Division's 1st Brigade Combat Team, talks to his platoon sergeant, Sgt. 1st Class Frank Downing, as the platoon manuevers on a position previously held by insurgents June 30, 2012, Ghazni Province, Afghanistan. Prieto is from Rockingham, N.C., and Downing is from Mexico, N.Y.
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A U.S. Army paratrooper with the 82nd Airborne Division's 1st Brigade Combat Team jumps across an irrigation ditch during a patrol June 30, 2012, Ghazni Province, Afghanistan. The patrol is sweeping for improvised explosive devices near the town of Muqor.



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A paratrooper with the 82nd Airborne Division's 1st Brigade Combat Team walks past a robot used to inspect and diffuse improvised explosive devices June 30, 2012, Ghazni Province, Afghanistan. The robot is being used to inspect a bridge for mines.



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A U.S. Army paratrooper with the 82nd Airborne Division's 1st Brigade Combat Team gives a fellow paratrooper a boost so that he can look into the window of a building while sweeping the area for roadside bombs June 30, 2012, Ghazni Province, Afghanistan. Shortly after this photo was taken, insurgents opened fire on the paratroopers.



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U.S. Army paratroopers with the 82nd Airborne Division's 1st Brigade Combat Team provide covering fire during a firefight as a fellow paratrooper runs to join them, June 30, 2012, Ghazni Province, Afghanistan. The paratroopers were sweeping the road for mines when insurgents opened fire.



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U.S. Army 2nd Lt. Nicholas Prieto, a platoon leader with the 82nd Airborne Division's 1st Brigade Combat Team, works with forward observer, Spc. Jonathan Myers, to call in air support during a firefight with insurgents, June 30, 2012, Ghazni Province, Afghanistan. At left is Prieto’s radioman, Pfc. Blaze Glocar.



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U.S. Army paratroopers with the 82nd Airborne Division's 1st Brigade Combat Team take a break while on patrol, June 30, 2012, outside the district center of Muqor, Ghazni Province, Afghanistan. Behind the paratroopers is a mineroller, used to detonate mines that use pressure plates as triggering devices.

Dave76
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Tchad : exercice de sauvetage interarmées
Le 27 juin 2012, la force Epervier a déployé une dizaine de militaires pour conduire un exercice de Search and Rescue (SAR) au Nord de la capitale Tchadienne, N’Djamena.
Des pilotes de l’Aviation Légère de l’Armée de Terre (ALAT), des fusiliers commandos de l’Air et un médecin du Service de santé des armées de l’opération Epervier ont effectué un exercice Search and Rescue (SAR) ayant pour objectif le repérage et la récupération dans un délai contraint d’un pilote éjecté en zone semi-permissive.

Streitkräfteübergreifende Rettungsübung
CPA 30 Kommandos, ALAT Hubschrauber und eine Ärztin des Service de santé des armées führten ein SAR-Übung in semipermissivem Gebiet nördlich von N’Djamena durch.


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Le pilote tente de faciliter l’approche de l’hélicoptère grâce aux reflets d’un miroir de poche. Crédits photo : EMA / armée de l'Air



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Trois commandos surveillent le secteur alors que le médecin commence les soins, assisté des deux commandos « médics ». Crédits photo : EMA / armée de l'Air.



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Le médecin et les commandos de l’air apportent les premiers soins au pilote blessé. Crédits photo : EMA / armée de l'Air



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Le Puma revient sur zone récupérer le blessé et l’équipe d’intervention. Crédits photo : EMA / armée de l'Air


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L’équipe d’intervention est à bord du Puma avec le blessé. Décollage immédiat. Crédits photo : EMA / armée de l'Air

Grenadier
Ich hab mal ne Frage zu den US Fallschirmjägern:
Macht es Sinn eine Person sitzend auf einem Moped zu durchsuchen? Ich habs mal anders gelernt...
Der Weisse Hai
Sie meinen, ob es Sinn ergibt, eine Person zu durchsuchen, wenn man selbst auf dem Moped sitzt? Stell ich mir schwierig vor. biggrin.gif wink.gif
Ansonsten gebe ich Ihnen Recht: Fahrer und Fahrzeug trennen ist sicherlich die angemessenere Variante. xyxthumbs.gif

DWH
Kameratt
Ich hab auch ne Frage? Wodurch unterscheiden sich die Brigaden der 82nd (+ 2 weitere) von den üblichen IBCT? Lediglich durch Fallschirmausbildung?
Azero
Vielleicht haben die US-Sodaten schon Erfahrungen mit Mopeds gemacht, die unter dem Sitz Sprengstoff hatten, und wo der Fahrer auf einem Entlastungszünder saß?

(Nur so'ne Idee.)
Grenadier
Wenn der verwendete Sensor/Zünder so einfach zu überlisten ist wie der Gurtsensor im Golf V...na dann gute Nacht...

Aber gut, in dem Bereich kann praktisch jede Entscheidung die falsche sein...das ist ja das schlimme daran. Hätte ja nur sein können, das jemand nähere Infos dazu hat.

@Der Weisse Hai:
Soll ich jetzt darüber lachen? hmpf.gif
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Exercise Prairie Thunder 2012

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Exercise Prairie Thunder is a collective training level 3 battle group training event based at British Army Training Unit Suffield (BATUS) in Canada. The Household Cavalry Regiment and 1 Royal Regiment of Fusiliers are the units within 1 Mechanised Brigade being exercised from 7th May till 12th June 2012.

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Der Weisse Hai
ZITAT(Grenadier @ 10. Jul 2012, 23:05) *
@Der Weisse Hai:
Soll ich jetzt darüber lachen? hmpf.gif


Nur, wenn Sie vorher in den Keller gehen wink.gif

DWH
goschi
das WHQ pflegt einen direkteren Umgang miteinander und wir bevorzugen hier das Du, gesiezt darf dann irgendwann im Altersheim werden wink.gif


goschi (admin)
Dave76
ZITAT(Kameratt @ 10. Jul 2012, 18:02) *
Ich hab auch ne Frage? Wodurch unterscheiden sich die Brigaden der 82nd (+ 2 weitere) von den üblichen IBCT? Lediglich durch Fallschirmausbildung?

Korrekt.

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Givati Brigade Drill
Soldiers in the Givati Brigade participate in a drill in southern Israel.
Photo by Cpl. Shai Wagner, IDF Spokesperson's Unit
June 27, 2012.



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Givati Brigade Drill
The IDF Chief of Staff, Lt. Gen. Benny Gantz, participates in a drill with the Givati Brigade in southern Israel.
Photo by Cpl. Shai Wagner, IDF Spokesperson's Unit
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Marines with the 11th Marine Expeditionary Unit's maritime raid force identify targets during a live-fire exercise aboard USS Makin Island (LHD 8). The unit is currently deployed aboard the amphibious assault ship as part of the Makin Island Amphibious Ready Group, which is a U.S. Central Command theater reserve force. The group is also providing support for maritime security operations and theater security cooperation efforts in the U.S. 5th Fleet area of responsibility. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Cpl. Chad Pulliam)
Dave76

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Free Syrian Army fighters sit in a house on the outskirts of Aleppo, Syria, June 12, 2012. Khalil Hamra / AP



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June 09, 2012. Al Qusayr, Homs, Syria: Medical volunteers treat wounded Free Syrian Army soldiers inside a home after the field hospital reached capacity in Homs, Syria. Robert King—Polaris



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Free Syrian Army members train on the outskirts of Idlib, Syria, Thursday, June 7, 2012. (AP Photo)



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Free Syrian Army members raise their weapons during a training session on the outskirts of Idlib, Syria, Thursday, June 7, 2012. (AP Photo)



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Free Syrian Army soldiers killed and wounded during a battle in Al Burhanyah, in the province of Homs. They lay in a courtyard, treated by volunteer doctors and nurses inside a mobile field hospital. May 30. Robert King/Polaris



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A member of the Free Syrian Army poses for a photograph in front of a tank confiscated from the forces of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad in Al Attarib near Aleppo May 29, 2012. REUTERS/Stringer



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May 19, 2012 - Al Qusayr, Homs, Syria: Friends, loved ones and family gather morn the death of a Free Syrian Army soldier Abd Allah Alfadl who was killed today by a Syrian soldiers sniper during a skirmish out side the city between the Free Syrian Army and the Syrian military. (Robert King / Polaris)




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May 14, 2012 - Al Qusayr, Homs, Syria: Family, friends, and loved ones gather for the funeral procession headed to the Cemetery for the Martyrs. Today two Free Syrian Army soldiers who had been detained by the Syrian Authorities for the last three days were found on the side of the road. Their bodies showed signs of tortured and the apparent cause of death was a bullet to the head. (Robert King/Polaris)



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Free Syrian Army soldiers during a morning battle against the Syrian Army on May 13. Robert King/Polaris



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Free Syrian Army soldiers took up positions overlooking a Syrian Army checkpoint and sniper position inside Qusayr’s city center. May 3. Robert King/Polaris


Dave76

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A Free Syrian Army rebel warms his hands on an open fire in Al-Shatouria village near to the Turkish border in northwest Syria, on March 16. Giorgos Moutafis / AFP - Getty Images



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Members of the Free Syrian Army move weapons, medicine and personnel across a river near Al Janoudiyah, in the Idlib province of Syria, on February 23, 2012. (ENN-Bradley Secker/AFP/Getty Images)



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Members of the Free Syrian Army deployed in al-Bayada, Homs, on February 29, 2012. Syrian troops launched a ground attack in Homs on Wednesday in an apparent attempt to overrun the rebel-held Baba Amro neighborhood that has endured 25 days of siege and fierce bombardment, opposition sources said. (Reuters/Stringer)



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Damaged cars and debris in the Bab al-Draib neighborhood in Homs, on March 20, 2012. (Reuters/ Omar Bawab)



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Syrian rebels take position during clashes with Syrian Army forces in Idlib, Syria, on March 11, 2012. In the previous days, troops had encircled Idlib, and tank shells pounded the city from dawn until evening. Rebels dashed through the streets, taking cover behind the corners of buildings as they clashed with the troops. Wounded fighters were piled into trucks bound for makeshift clinics. (AP Photo/Rodrigo Abd)


Dave76

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A Syrian rebel reacts after learning of the death of at least four comrades and several injured during clashes with Syrian government forces outside a hospital in Idlib, on March 11, 2012. (AP Photo/Rodrigo Abd)



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Free Syrian Army fighters plant a roadside bomb to destroy a Syrian Army tank during a day of fierce fighting with the government forces in Idlib, on March 11, 2012. (AP Photo/Rodrigo Abd)



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A man carries a rocket propelled grenade launcher in the al-Hamidiya neighborhood of Homs, on February 25, 2012. (AFP/Getty Images)



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A rebel of the Free Syrian Army takes refuge in an old storehouse in the mountains close to Al-Janoudia village, in northern Syria, on March 17, 2012.(Giorgos Moutafis/AFP/Getty Images)



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A portrait of a Free Syrian Army rebel mounted on his steed in Al-Shatouria village near the Turkish border in northwestern Syria, on March 16, 2012. (Giorgos Moutafis/AFP/Getty Images)



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Armed Syrian men, members of the rebel Free Syrian Army, gather in a mountainous area of the restive Idlib province on March 13, 2012. Some 100 fighters are gathered in this region, another hotspot of rebel operations against President Bashar al-Assad’s regime.(Ricardo Garcia Vilanova/AFP/Getty Images)



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Armed Syrian men, members of the rebel Free Syrian Army, gather in a mountainous area of the restive Idlib province in northwestern Syria on March 13, 2012. Some 100 fighters are gathered in this region, another hotspot of rebel operations against President Bashar al-Assad's regime. AFP PHOTO/RICARDO GARCIA VILANOVA



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A Free Syrian Army fighter takes a position as the country's army advances toward the Syrian town of Sarmin on Feb. 27, 2012. Rodrigo Abd / AP



ChrisCRTS
ZITAT(Dave76 @ 12. Jul 2012, 17:12) *

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Syrian rebels take position during clashes with Syrian Army forces in Idlib, Syria, on March 11, 2012. In the previous days, troops had encircled Idlib, and tank shells pounded the city from dawn until evening. Rebels dashed through the streets, taking cover behind the corners of buildings as they clashed with the troops. Wounded fighters were piled into trucks bound for makeshift clinics. (AP Photo/Rodrigo Abd)



Während die meisten "Rebellen" Alte, abgenutzte AK`s haben trägt der kniende Herr ein sehr "Gepimptes" Teil! Kein Kratzer, M-4 style stock, vordergriff, und eine ZF! Internationale "Berater"?
Dave76
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Während die meisten "Rebellen" Alte, abgenutzte AK`s haben trägt der kniende Herr ein sehr "Gepimptes" Teil! Kein Kratzer, M-4 style stock, vordergriff, und eine ZF! Internationale "Berater"?

Extrem unwahrscheinlich. Erstens sieht mir der gute Herr nicht danach aus, zweitens sind IMHO keine ausländischen (im Sinne von westlichen) "Berater", wie damals in Libyen, im Einsatz, und drittens kann man solche Anbauteile wohl inzwischen weltweit auf verschiedensten Wegen erwerben.
Genosse Pjetrov
Israel ist ja bekannt für sein "low cost" ar15 und ak Zubehör
ChrisCRTS
Es sind aber nicht nur die Anbauteile. Sein AK sieht neu aus und es ist eine von diese moderne Abarten nicht die alte ausgelutschte was die anderen haben.
Dave76
^ Glaubst du es gibt in Syrien nur "alte ausgelutschte" Waffen? Es gibt dutzende Bilder aus Syrien auf denen modernere, neuwertige Gewehre zu sehen sind, auch in meiner Bilderserie oben finden sich einige andere Waffen dieser Art. Übergelaufene Militärs und Polizisten bringen Waffen mit, Waffenlager werden erbeutet, blühender Schwarzhandel etc. pp. Ich weiß nicht, warum du hier, auf Teufel komm raus, ausländische Berater sehen willst...


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Syrian army defectors gather at the mountain resort town of Zabadani, Syria, near the Lebanese border, on Friday Jan. 20, 2012. President Bashar Assad’s forces attacked Zabadani, some 17 miles (27 kilometers) west of the capital, for six days, sparking fierce fighting that involved heavy bombardments and clashes with army defectors. On Wednesday, government tanks and armored vehicles pulled back, leaving the opposition in control of the town. Buoyed by the opposition’s control of a town near the Syrian capital, thousands of people held anti-government protests Friday, chanting for the downfall of the regime. At least eight people were killed by security forces across the country, activists said. (AP Photo)



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A day after Syrian government forces shelled rebel strongholds across the country, members of the Free Syrian Army sat by the side of a street in Damascus. Reuters


^ Alles ausländische Berater?
Dave76
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Hmmm, noch keine Kommentare zu den doch recht interessanten Waffenkollektionen die hier zu sehen sind?


techol2002
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Oh mein Gott, es haben einige G3 und FN FAL auch bekannt als Gewehr 1 der Bundeswehr..... Grüne...Linke...Friedensaktivisten....und Ostermarschierer herbei......tuhet kund euer Empören, dasss evtl. vielleicht deutsche Waffen wieder einmal in einen tödlichen...blablabla Konflikt verwickelt sind.

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Nun ja, es ist halt wie oft bei irregulären Kräften, dass man nimmt, was Waffenkammern, Polizeistationen, Schwarzmarkt und (in solchen Ländern absolut nicht unüblich) Privatbesitz hergeben.
Dave76
^ Mir ging's nicht um gespielte deutsche Mainstreammedien-Empörung, sondern vielmehr um eine sachliche Identifizierung der verschiedenen Waffen, die man auf den beiden Bilder (insbesondere dem unteren) sieht. wink.gif
FN FAL, G-3, SIG SG 54(2)?, AKS, AK-Abarten (chinesische Typ 56?), RPK usw... Kann vielleicht einer der Experten hier Genaueres dazu sagen?
HANS
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^ Mir ging's nicht um gespielte deutsche Mainstreammedien-Empörung, sondern vielmehr um eine sachliche Identifizierung der verschiedenen Waffen, die man auf den beiden Bilder (insbesondere dem unteren) sieht. wink.gif
FN FAL, G-3, SIG SG 54(2)?, AKS, AK-Abarten (chinesische Typ 56?), RPK usw... Kann vielleicht einer der Experten hier Genaueres dazu sagen?


Was die westlichen Kanonen angeht sehe ich auf Bild 1 drei H&K G3A3, ein FN FAL und ein MANURHIN-SIG SG542, auf Bild 2 ein H&K G3A4 und zwei Colt M4A1 (oder älteres Äquivalent). Bis auf das FAL sind alle mit ziemlicher Sicherheit aus dem Libanon, wo die Dinger alle mal eingeführt waren aber aufgrund von Bürgerkrieg und Korruption inzwischen auch auf dem Schwarzmarkt erhältlich sind. Das FAL wurde 1956 in Syrien eingeführt, dürfte also aus heimischen Beständen stammen, allerdings fliegt auch das im Libanon herum. Natürlich könnten die G3 auch aus dem Iran, der Türkei oder Saudi Arabien stammen und die FAL aus dem Irak oder Libyen, aber der Libanon ist schion geografisch am wahrscheinlichsten. Abgesehen davon gibt es unzählige Berichte, nach denen dort Waffen gekauft und über die Grenze verschoben werden.

Für die üblichen Verschwörungstheoretiker -- habe neulich erst einen Bericht auf einer syrischen "Nachrichten"seite gesehen, wo das Auftauchen der FAL-Gewehre als "Beweis" für NATO-Unterstützung verkauft wurde.

MfG

HANS
Dave76
Dankeschön! Hatte ich also Recht mit meiner SG542-Vermutung. Jetzt fehlen noch die russischen/chinesischen Fabrikate.

Übrigens bezog ich mit den beiden Bildern auf diese hier aus meinem entsprechenden Post:

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Free Syrian Army fighters sit in a house on the outskirts of Aleppo, Syria, June 12, 2012. Khalil Hamra / AP



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Syrian army defectors gather at the mountain resort town of Zabadani, Syria, near the Lebanese border, on Friday Jan. 20, 2012. President Bashar Assad’s forces attacked Zabadani, some 17 miles (27 kilometers) west of the capital, for six days, sparking fierce fighting that involved heavy bombardments and clashes with army defectors. On Wednesday, government tanks and armored vehicles pulled back, leaving the opposition in control of the town. Buoyed by the opposition’s control of a town near the Syrian capital, thousands of people held anti-government protests Friday, chanting for the downfall of the regime. At least eight people were killed by security forces across the country, activists said. (AP Photo)


Nochmal auf die neue Seite rübergeholt, damit keine Verwirrung entsteht.

Das, was du mit Bild 2 meinst, und die Waffen als 'H&K G3A4 und zwei Colt M4A1' identifiziert hast, ist jenes:

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A day after Syrian government forces shelled rebel strongholds across the country, members of the Free Syrian Army sat by the side of a street in Damascus. Reuters








Dave76
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^ Glaubst du es gibt in Syrien nur "alte ausgelutschte" Waffen? Es gibt dutzende Bilder aus Syrien auf denen modernere, neuwertige Gewehre zu sehen sind, auch in meiner Bilderserie oben finden sich einige andere Waffen dieser Art. Übergelaufene Militärs und Polizisten bringen Waffen mit, Waffenlager werden erbeutet, blühender Schwarzhandel etc. pp. Ich weiß nicht, warum du hier, auf Teufel komm raus, ausländische Berater sehen willst...

Dazu mal ausnahmsweise ein Video, welches fabrikneue, von der FSA erbeutetete Waffen und Munition in Aleppo zeigt:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=87K7vEiSXao&feature=plcp


ChrisCRTS
ZITAT(Dave76 @ 12. Jul 2012, 22:40) *
^ Glaubst du es gibt in Syrien nur "alte ausgelutschte" Waffen? Es gibt dutzende Bilder aus Syrien auf denen modernere, neuwertige Gewehre zu sehen sind, auch in meiner Bilderserie oben finden sich einige andere Waffen dieser Art. Übergelaufene Militärs und Polizisten bringen Waffen mit, Waffenlager werden erbeutet, blühender Schwarzhandel etc. pp. Ich weiß nicht, warum du hier, auf Teufel komm raus, ausländische Berater sehen willst...
Nein aber der besagte Herr stich sehr aus die gruppe.


^ Alles ausländische Berater?
Keine Ahnung ich kenne die nicht persönlich! Du?



ZITAT(Dave76 @ 13. Jul 2012, 10:53) *
Hmmm, noch keine Kommentare zu den doch recht interessanten Waffenkollektionen die hier zu sehen sind?
Musste arbeiten. sad.gif
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Dave76
ZITAT(ChrisCRTS @ 13. Jul 2012, 20:25) *
^ Alles ausländische Berater?
Keine Ahnung ich kenne die nicht persönlich! Du?

Es ging um deine Aussage, dass ein Kämpfer mit sauberer, neuer Waffe irgendwie automatisch ein 'internationaler Berater' sei. Dieser Logik wollte ich mit diesen Bildern nur widersprechen. wink.gif

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Nein aber der besagte Herr stich sehr aus die gruppe.

Weil er eine neuere Waffe mit Anbauteilen nutzt? Wir drehen uns im Kreis...





dersutter


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Spiegel-Online: Bei Falschflug folgt der Abschuss: Für Londons Luftraum gelten klare Regeln während der Olympischen Spiele. Wer diese nicht befolgt, kann im schlimmsten Fall abgeschossen werden. Dafür stehen unter anderem Scharfschützen in "Puma"-Hubschraubern bereit.


Ich tippe auf Benelli M4. Was ist das für ein Gerät am Repetiergriff? Das fälschlicherweise geschlossene Linke Auge ist das einzige was mit "Scharfschütze" zu tun hat hmpf.gif

Schrotflinte + Hubschrauber: Das einzige wozu das Sinn machen könnte ist Drohnenabwehr, oder?
General Gauder
Die Waffe dahinter schein mir dafür auch viel geeigneter zu seion wink.gif
stoenggi
Ist eine Benelli M4. Die Benelli M4 ist aber ein Halbautomat, somit ist sicher nichts am Repetierhebel montiert wink.gif

Cuga
Das dahinter schaut nach AI aus.
Dave76
Mehr und größer:


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Lance Corporal Alex Walton (L) and Corporal Dan Best of the RAF Regiment take part in a media facility at RAF Northolt in west London on July 13, 2012 to show off some of the aircraft and equipment that will be used to protect the London during the upcoming Olympic Games. A series of airspace restrictions around London and south-east England are set to be enforced from midnight. AFP PHOTO / LEON NEAL



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Corporal Dan Best of the RAF Regiment takes part in a media facility at RAF Northolt in west London on July 13, 2012 to show off some of the aircraft and equipment that will be used to protect the London during the upcoming Olympic Games. A series of airspace restrictions around London and south-east England are set to be enforced from midnight. AFP PHOTO / LEON NEAL



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Lance Corporal Alex Walton (L) and Corporal Dan Best of the RAF Regiment take part in a media facility at RAF Northolt in west London on July 13, 2012 to show off some of the aircraft and equipment that will be used to protect the London during the upcoming Olympic Games. A series of airspace restrictions around London and south-east England are set to be enforced from midnight. AFP PHOTO / LEON NEAL



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Snipers with the Royal Air Force Regiment, look through the scopes of their sniper rifles as the military prepares for duty to provide security aboard helicopters high above the London Olympic games, at RAF Northolt, in London, Friday July 13, 2012. Aircraft that fail to comply with procedures within a restricted airspace zone around the Olympic venues could be subject to "lethal force" from the military, it is revealed Friday. RAF Typhoon fast jets and RAF Puma helicopters with snipers armed with hi-tech rifles will be among the military aircraft patrolling the restricted zone which comes into force during the London 2012 Olympic Games. (AP Photo/John Stillwell, PA)



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Lance Corporal Alex Walton (L) and Corporal Dan Best of the RAF Regiment take part in a media facility at RAF Northolt in west London on July 13, 2012 to show off some of the aircraft and equipment that will be used to protect the London during the upcoming Olympic Games. A series of airspace restrictions around London and south-east England are set to be enforced from midnight. AFP PHOTO / LEON NEAL



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Lance Corporal Alex Walton (L) and Corporal Dan Best of the RAF Regiment take part in a media facility at RAF Northolt in west London on July 13, 2012 to show off some of the aircraft and equipment that will be used to protect the London during the upcoming Olympic Games. A series of airspace restrictions around London and south-east England are set to be enforced from midnight. AFP PHOTO / LEON NEAL



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Cpl Dan, a Royal Air Force Regiment Sniper, poses for a photograph inside an RAF Puma helicopter at RAF Northolt ahead of carrying out air security duties for Op Olympic.Royal Air Force Puma Helicopters and Typhoon fighter jets along with Royal Navy Sea King helicopters arrive at RAF Northolt ahead of the London Olympic Games to carry out air security. © UK MOD/Crown Copyright 2012



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Pictured: RAF Regiment Sniper, Corporal Dan sat in the door of an RAF Puma. RAF Puma and Royal Navy Seakings join RAF typhoon at RAF Northolt for a press facility to promote the air security plan for the upcoming 2012 Olympics. Aircrew gathered to speak to local and national press, explaining their roles. © UK MOD/Crown Copyright 2012



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Pictured: left to right, Sergeant Ian Swift (230 Sqn) RAF Benson. Senior Aircraftsman Alex, Corporal Dan from the RAF Regiment. RAF Puma and Royal Navy Seakings join RAF typhoon at RAF Northolt for a press facility to promote the air security plan for the upcoming 2012 Olympics. Aircrew gathered to speak to local and national press, explaining their roles. © UK MOD/Crown Copyright 2012


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