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Dave76
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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?

Schrotflinte + Hubschrauber: Das einzige wozu das Sinn machen könnte ist Drohnenabwehr, oder?

Das Gerät ist ein Thales GLOW (Green Light Optical Warner), die Flinte ist mit Leuchtkörpern (flares) geladen, die Kombo wird zum Warnen/Blenden/Einschüchtern/Verwirren usw. verwendet.
Dave76

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Capt. Dan jansons with the Tactical Air Control Party unit of the Latvian military controls A10 aircraft on a training combat search and rescue mission of a down pilot during Exercise Northern Stike 2012 at Grayling Air Gunnery Range, Michigan. (U.S. Air Force photo by Master Sgt. Scott Thompson) (released)



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Sergeant First Class Arnis Jagza with the Tactical Air Control Party unit of the Latvian checks grid coordinates during a training combat search and rescue mission of a down pilot during Exercise Northern Stike 2012 at Grayling Air Gunnery Range, Michigan. (U.S. Air Force photo by Master Sgt. Scott Thompson) (released)



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Sergeant First Class Arnis Jagza with the Tactical Air Control Party unit of the Latvian military looks through a pair of binoculars during a training combat search and rescue mission of a down pilot during Exercise Northern Stike 2012 at Grayling Air Gunnery Range, Michigan. (U.S. Air Force photo by Master Sgt. Scott Thompson) (released)



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Capt. Dan jansons with the Tactical Air Control Party unit of the Latvian military controls A10 aircraft on a training combat search and rescue mission of a down pilot during Exercise Northern Stike 2012 at Grayling Air Gunnery Range, Michigan. (U.S. Air Force photo by Master Sgt. Scott Thompson) (released)



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Sergeant First Class Arnis Jagza with the Tactical Air Control Party unit of the Latvian military checks his radio frequency during a training combat search and rescue mission of a down pilot during Exercise Northern Stike 2012 at Grayling Air Gunnery Range, Michigan. (U.S. Air Force photo by Master Sgt. Scott Thompson) (released)



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Capt. Trevor Kernes assigned to 116th Air Support Operations Squadron, Camp Murray, WA monitors and evalutaes a simulated close air support mission for Joint terminal attack controllers during Exercise Northern Stike 2012 at Grayling Air Gunnery Range, Michigan. (U.S. Air Force photo by Master Sgt. Scott Thompson) (released)



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Master Sgt. Chuck Barth assigned to the 169th Air Support Operations Squadron, Peoria, IL sits at the pilot station to control the simulated aircraft for a simulated close air support mission as Sergeant First Class Arnis Jagza assigned to Tactical Air Control Party Unit of the Latvian military looks on during Exercise Northern Stike 2012 at Grayling Air Gunnery Range, Michigan. (U.S. Air Force photo by Master Sgt. Scott Thompson) (released)



Dave76

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Staff Sgt Alejandro Saldivar (left) and Senior Airmen Rob Designe (right) from the 168th Air Support Operations Squadron, Peoria, IL control A10 aircraft on a close air support mission during Exercise Northern Stike 2012 at Grayling Air Gunnery Range, Michigan. (U.S. Air Force photo by Master Sgt. Scott Thompson) (released)



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Staff Sgt Alejandro Saldivar (right) and Senior Airmen Rob Designe (left) from the 168th Air Support Operations Squadron, Peoria, IL control A10 aircraft on a close air support mission during Exercise Northern Stike 2012 at Grayling Air Gunnery Range, Michigan. (U.S. Air Force photo by Master Sgt. Scott Thompson) (released)



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Staff Sgt Alejandro Saldivar (right) and Senior Airmen Rob Designe (left) from the 168th Air Support Operations Squadron, Peoria, IL control A10 aircraft on a close air support mission while a UH-60M Black Hawk helicopter from Michigan National Guard hovers overhead during Exercise Northern Stike 2012 at Grayling Air Gunnery Range, Michigan. (U.S. Air Force photo by Master Sgt. Scott Thompson) (released)


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Staff Sgt Alejandro Saldivar (right) and Senior Airmen Rob Designe (left) from the 168th Air Support Operations Squadron, Peoria, IL control A10 aircraft on a close air support mission while a UH-60M Black Hawk helicopter from Michigan National Guard hovers overhead during Exercise Northern Stike 2012 at Grayling Air Gunnery Range, Michigan. (U.S. Air Force photo by Master Sgt. Scott Thompson) (released)



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Staff Sgt Alejandro Saldivar (right) and Senior Airmen Rob Designe (left) from the 168th Air Support Operations Squadron, Peoria, IL control A10 aircraft on a close air support mission during Exercise Northern Stike 2012 at Grayling Air Gunnery Range, Michigan. (U.S. Air Force photo by Master Sgt. Scott Thompson) (released)



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Staff Sgt Alejandro Saldivar (left) and Senior Airmen Rob Designe (lright) from the 168th Air Support Operations Squadron, Peoria, IL control A10 aircraft on a close air support mission during Exercise Northern Stike 2012 at Grayling Air Gunnery Range, Michigan. (U.S. Air Force photo by Master Sgt. Scott Thompson) (released)



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Tactical air control party airman from the 116th Air Support Operations Squadron Camp Murray, WA finds an advantage point to spot targets to control a close air support mission during Exercise Northern Stike 2012 at Grayling Air Gunnery Range, Michigan. (U.S. Air Force photo by Master Sgt. Scott Thompson) (released)



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Tactical air control party airman from the 116th Air Support Operations Squadron Camp Murray, WA finds an advantage point to spot targets to control a close air support mission during Exercise Northern Stike 2012 at Grayling Air Gunnery Range, Michigan. (U.S. Air Force photo by Master Sgt. Scott Thompson) (released)



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Tactical air control party airman from the 116th Air Support Operations Squadron Camp Murray, WA finds an advantage point to spot targets to control a close air support mission during Exercise Northern Stike 2012 at Grayling Air Gunnery Range, Michigan. (U.S. Air Force photo by Master Sgt. Scott Thompson) (released)



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Senior Airman Andrew Takach a member of a tactical air control party team from the 116th Air Support Operations Squadron Camp Murray, WA finds an advantage point to spot targets to control a close air support mission during Exercise Northern Stike 2012 at Grayling Air Gunnery Range, Michigan. (U.S. Air Force photo by Master Sgt. Scott Thompson) (released)



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Tactical air control party airman from the 116th Air Support Operations Squadron Camp Murray, WA finds an advantage point to spot targets to control a close air support mission during Exercise Northern Stike 2012 at Grayling Air Gunnery Range, Michigan. (U.S. Air Force photo by Master Sgt. Scott Thompson) (released)



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Tactical air control party airman from the 116th Air Support Operations Squadron Camp Murray, WA finds an advantage point to spot targets to control a close air support mission during Exercise Northern Stike 2012 at Grayling Air Gunnery Range, Michigan. (U.S. Air Force photo by Master Sgt. Scott Thompson) (released)
Dave76

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Members of Syria security forces pose for photographers in the al-Midan area in Damascus on July 20, 2012. Syrian regime forces routed rebel fighters from the Damascus neighbourhood of Midan, Syrian state television reported, saying troops had "cleaned" the district of "terrorists." AFP PHOTO/LOUAI BESHARA



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Syrian soldiers are celebrating after their entry al-Midan neighbourhood in Damascus July 20, 2012. Syrian rebels withdrew overnight from the central Damascus district of Midan after coming under heavy bombardment, opposition activists and rebel sources said on Friday. The Syrian Information Ministry organized a tour to show the regime of Syria's President Bashar al-Assad has regained control of the area after clashes between the Syrian army and rebels took place. REUTERS/Stringer



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Members of Syria security forces rest in the al-Midan area in Damascus on July 20, 2012. Syrian regime forces routed rebel fighters from the Damascus neighbourhood of Midan, Syrian state television reported, saying troops had "cleaned" the district of "terrorists." AFP PHOTO/LOUAI BESHARA



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In this photo taken during a government-organized tour, Syrian soldiers inspect burned cars in a damaged alley after they regained control of the district of Midan, in the southern part of Damascus, Syria, Friday, July 20, 2012. Syrian troops and tanks on Friday drove rebels from a Damascus neighborhood where some of the heaviest of this week's fighting in the capital left cars gutted and fighters' bodies in the streets. Hundreds of people were killed in a single day, activists said, as the military struggles to regain momentum after a stunning bombing against the regime's leadership. (AP Photo/Bassem Tellawi)



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In this photo taken during a government-organized tour, Syrian soldiers gather after they regained control of the district of Midan, in the southern part of Damascus, Syria, Friday, July 20, 2012. Syrian troops and tanks on Friday drove rebels from a Damascus neighborhood where some of the heaviest of this week's fighting in the capital left cars gutted and fighters' bodies in the streets. Hundreds of people were killed in a single day, activists said, as the military struggles to regain momentum after a stunning bombing against the regime's leadership. (AP Photo/Bassem Tellawi)



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Members of Syria security forces walk in a partially destroyed neighborhood in the al-Midan area in Damascus on July 20, 2012. Syrian regime forces routed rebel fighters from the Damascus neighbourhood of Midan, Syrian state television reported, saying troops had "cleaned" the district of "terrorists." AFP PHOTO/LOUAI BESHARA



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In this photo taken during a government-organized tour, Syrian soldiers stand next to burned cars after they regained control of the district of Midan, in the southern part of Damascus, Syria, Friday, July 20, 2012. Syrian troops and tanks on Friday drove rebels from a Damascus neighborhood where some of the heaviest of this week's fighting in the capital left cars gutted and fighters' bodies in the streets. Hundreds of people were killed in a single day, activists said, as the military struggles to regain momentum after a stunning bombing against the regime's leadership. (AP Photo/Bassem Tellawi)



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In this photo taken during a government-organized tour, Syrian soldiers celebrate after they regained control of the district of Midan, in the southern part of Damascus, Syria, Friday, July 20, 2012. Syrian troops and tanks on Friday drove rebels from a Damascus neighborhood where some of the heaviest of this week's fighting in the capital left cars gutted and fighters' bodies in the streets. Hundereds of people were killed in a single day, activists said, as the military struggles to regain momentum after a stunning bombing against the regime's leadership. (AP Photo/Bassem Tellawi)
Dave76
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Members of Jihadist group Hamza Abdualmuttalib train near Aleppo on July 19, 2012. Rebels seized control of all of Syria's border crossings with Iraq on July 19, dealing a new blow to President Bashar al-Assad, as China and Russia dismayed the West by blocking UN action against his regime. AFP PHOTOS/BULENT KILIC


















Dave76
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Members of Jihadist group Hamza Abdualmuttalib train near Aleppo on July 19, 2012. Rebels seized control of all of Syria's border crossings with Iraq on July 19, dealing a new blow to President Bashar al-Assad, as China and Russia dismayed the West by blocking UN action against his regime. AFP PHOTOS/BULENT KILIC












Golemjäger
ZITAT(Dave76 @ 22. Jul 2012, 17:14) *


Die BVB-Mütze ist der Knaller tounge.gif
Dave76

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Soldiers of the 1st Platoon A Company of the Royal Canadian Army advance on the objective during live fire training for the multi-national military exercise RIMPAC at Pohakuloa Training Area on the island of Hawaii July 22, 2012. REUTERS/Hugh Gentry



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Sergeant Andrew Harris of the 1st Platoon A Company of the Royal Canadian Army directs troops during live fire training for the multi-national military exercise RIMPAC at Pohakuloa Training Area on the island of Hawaii July 22, 2012. REUTERS/Hugh Gentry



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Soldiers of Alpha Company 1RAR of the Australian Army clear a building during training for the multi-national military exercise RIMPAC at Pohakuloa Training Area on the island of Hawaii July 22, 2012. REUTERS/Hugh Gentry



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Corporal Jack Andrews (L) and members of the 1st Platoon A Company of the Royal Canadian Army advance towards the objective during live fire training for the multi-national military exercise RIMPAC at Pohakuloa Training Area on the island of Hawaii July 22, 2012. REUTERS/Hugh Gentry



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Corporal Nicholas Brazil, Crew Chief in the United States Marine Corps, looks out of the helicopter as a Cobra gunship flies alongside during training for the multi-national military exercise RIMPAC at Pohakuloa Training Area on the island of Hawaii July 22, 2012. REUTERS/Hugh Gentry



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Corporal Paul Skrypnyk of the 1st Platoon A Company of the Royal Canadian Army fires his weapon during live fire training for the multi-national military exercise RIMPAC at Pohakuloa Training Area, on the island of Hawaii July 22, 2012. REUTERS/Hugh Gentry



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Soldiers of the 1st Platoon A Company of the Royal Canadian Army fire on the objective during live fire training for the multi-national military exercise RIMPAC at Pohakuloa Training Area on the island of Hawaii July 22, 2012. REUTERS/Hugh Gentry



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Private Dvon Bradley (L) and Private Josh Nelson of the 1st Platoon A Company of the Royal Canadian Army advance towards the objective during live fire training for the multi-national military exercise RIMPAC at Pohakuloa Training Area on the island of Hawaii July 22, 2012. REUTERS/Hugh Gentry


Dave76

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Soldiers of Alpha Company 1RAR of the Australian Army get ready to clear a building during training for the multi-national military exercise RIMPAC at Pohakuloa Training Area on the island of Hawaii July 22, 2012. REUTERS/Hugh Gentry



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Sergeant Andrew Harris of the 1st Platoon A Company of the Royal Canadian Army directs troops during live fire training for the multi-national military exercise RIMPAC at Pohakuloa Training Area on the island of Hawaii July 22, 2012. REUTERS/Hugh Gentry



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Soldiers of Alpha Company 1RAR of the Australian Army clear a building during training for the multi-national military exercise RIMPAC at Pohakuloa Training Area on the island of Hawaii July 22, 2012. REUTERS/Hugh Gentry



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Soldiers of the 1st Platoon A Company of the Royal Canadian Army advance on the objective during live fire training for the multi-national military exercise RIMPAC at Pohakuloa Training Area on the island of Hawaii July 22, 2012. REUTERS/Hugh Gentry



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Marines from the island of Tonga take a break after live fire training during the multi-national military exercise RIMPAC at Pohakuloa Training Area on the island of Hawaii July 22, 2012. REUTERS/Hugh Gentry



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Corporal Nicholas Brazil, Crew Chief in the United States Marine Corps, fires a machine gun at targets, from a Huey attack helicopter during live fire training for the multi-national military exercise RIMPAC at Pohakuloa Training Area on the island of Hawaii July 22, 2012. REUTERS/Hugh Gentry



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Soldiers of the 1st Platoon A Company of the Royal Canadian Army run through smoke as they advance on the objective during live fire training for the multi-national military exercise RIMPAC at Pohakuloa Training Area on the island of Hawaii July 22, 2012. REUTERS/Hugh Gentry



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Soldiers of the 1st Platoon A Company of the Royal Canadian Army advance on the objective with an observer from the United States Maine Corps (L) during live fire training for the multi-national military exercise RIMPAC at Pohakuloa Training Area on the island of Hawaii July 22, 2012. REUTERS/Hugh Gentry

'Royal Canadian Army'
Dave76

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VIRGINIA BEACH, Va. (July 21, 2012) An MH-60 helicopter demonstrates a boat drop during a capabilities exercise at Joint Expeditionary Base Little Creek-Fort Story during the 43rd annual Underwater Demolition Team (UDT)-Sea, Air and Land (SEAL) East Coast Reunion. The annual reunion started in 1969 and has expanded into a weekend of events, contests, and a SEAL capabilities exercise. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 2nd Class Anthony Harding/Released)



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VIRGINIA BEACH, Va. (July. 21, 2012) Navy SEALs conduct a capabilities exercise at Joint Expeditionary Base Little Creek-Fort Story during the 43rd annual U.S. Navy SEAL Reunion. The annual reunion started in 1969 and has expanded into a weekend of events, contests, and a SEAL capabilities exercise. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 2nd Class William S. Parker/Released)



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VIRGINIA BEACH, Va. (July 21, 2012) Navy SEALs participate in the capabilities exercise portion of the 43rd annual Underwater Demolition Team (UDT)-Sea, Air and Land (SEAL) East Coast Reunion at Joint Expeditionary Base Little Creek-Fort Story. The annual reunion started in 1969 and has expanded into a weekend of events, contests, and a SEAL capabilities exercise. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 2nd Class Anthony Harding/Released)



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VIRGINIA BEACH, Va. (July. 21, 2012) A Navy SEAL sniper waves to the crowd after showing his hidden position during a capabilities exercise at Joint Expeditionary Base Little Creek-Fort Story during the 43rd annual Underwater Demolition Team (UDT)-Sea, Air and Land (SEAL) East Coast Reunion. The annual reunion started in 1969 and has expanded into a weekend of events, contests, and a SEAL capabilities exercise. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 2nd Class William S. Parker/Released)



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VIRGINIA BEACH, Va. (July 21, 2012) Navy SEALs demonstrate the Special Patrol Insertion/Extraction (SPIE) rig during a capabilities exercise at Joint Expeditionary Base Little Creek-Fort Story during the 43rd annual Underwater Demolition Team (UDT)-Sea, Air and Land (SEAL) East Coast Reunion. The annual reunion started in 1969 and has expanded into a weekend of events, contests, and a SEAL capabilities exercise. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 2nd Class Anthony Harding/Released)
Dave76

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An armed Syrian rebel wearing the jersey of FC Barcelona rests with comrades near the northern city of Aleppo on July 22, 2012. The rebel Free Syrian Army announced the start of the battle to "liberate" Aleppo, Syria's commercial hub and a traditional bastion of President Bashar al-Assad's regime. AFP PHOTO / BULENT KILIC



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A Syrian rebel takes position as a helicopter hovers over the northern city of Aleppo on July 23, 2012. A commercial hub and home to 2.5 million people, Syria's second city Aleppo has become a new front in the country's 16-month uprising, after being largely excluded from the violence. AFP PHOTO / BULENT KILIC



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Syrian rebels take cover behind bags during fights between rebels and Syrian troops at the entrance to the city of Selehattin, near Aleppo, on July 23, 2012. Syrian rebels "liberated" several districts of the northern city of Aleppo, a Free Syrian Army spokesman in the country's commercial hub said. AFP PHOTO / BULENT KILIC



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Syrian rebels attack the municipal building in the city center of Selehattin, near Aleppo, on July 23, 2012. Syrian rebels "liberated" several districts of the northern city of Aleppo, a Free Syrian Army spokesman in the country's commercial hub said. AFP PHOTO / BULENT KILIC



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Free Syrian Army soldiers gather as one soldier ® gives an interview near the Bab al-Salam border crossing to Turkey on July 22, 2012. Anatolia reported that rebel fighters took Al-Salam on July 22 after hours of fighting during the night, and that the sounds of the battle could be heard from the Turkish side of the border. Syrian rebels are now in control of the Jarabulus, Bab al-Hawa and Al-Salam posts along the nearly 900-kilometre (560-mile) frontier with Turkey, a Turkish diplomat and Anatolia said. AFP PHOTO/ ADEM ALTAN



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Gunmen, who call themselves "Partisans of the Syrian Revolution" and who allegedly sneak across Lebanon's border with Syria to fight along Syrian rebels, pose with their weapons in front of a pre-Baath Syrian flag in an undisclosed location in northern Lebanon on July 22, 2012. Feared forces led by President Bashar al-Assad's brother used helicopter gunships in a new assault on rebels in Damascus, activists said, as clashes also raged in Syria's second city Aleppo. AFP PHOTO/STR



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Free Syrian Army soldiers pray at the Bab Al-Salam border crossing to Turkey July 22, 2012. Syrian forces regained control of one of two border crossings seized by rebels on the frontier with Iraq, Iraqi officials said, but rebels said they had captured a third border crossing with Turkey, Bab al-Salam north of Aleppo. "Seizing the border crossings does not have strategic importance but it has a psychological impact because it demoralises Assad's force," a senior Syrian army defector in Turkey, Staff Brigadier Faiz Amr, told Reuters by phone. REUTERS/Umit Bektas



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A Syrian rebel takes a nap after a night of clashes with government troops in the northern city of Aleppo on July 24, 2012. A commercial hub and home to 2.5 million people, Syria's second city Aleppo has become a new front in the country's 16-month uprising, after being largely excluded from the violence. AFP PHOTO / BULENT KILIC



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Syrian people stand next to a checkpoint manned by rebels in the northern city of Aleppo on July 24, 2012. A commercial hub and home to 2.5 million people, Syria's second city Aleppo has become a new front in the country's 16-month uprising, after being largely excluded from the violence. AFP PHOTO / BULENT KILIC



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Syrian rebels break their fast with the "iftar" meal during the Muslim fasting month of Ramadan in the northern city of Aleppo on July 24, 2012. A commercial hub and home to 2.5 million people, Syria's second city Aleppo has become a new front in the country's 16-month uprising, after being largely excluded from the violence. AFP PHOTO / BULENT KILIC



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Syrian rebels man a checkpoint in the northern city of Aleppo on July 24, 2012. A commercial hub and home to 2.5 million people, Syria's second city Aleppo has become a new front in the country's 16-month uprising, after being largely excluded from the violence. AFP PHOTO / BULENT KILIC



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Syrian rebels hunt for snipers after attacking the municipality building in the city center of Selehattin, near Aleppo, on July 23, 2012, during fights between rebels and Syrian troops. Syrian rebels "liberated" several districts of the northern city of Aleppo on Monday, a Free Syrian Army spokesman in the country's commercial hub said. AFP PHOTO / BULENT KILIC


Man beachte, u.a., Steyr SSG 69 & AUG.

Black Hawk
MG34? Ich frag mich jedes Mal, wie es manche Gruppen überhaupt schaffen Ersatzteile für solch alte Waffen zu beschaffen?
goschi
Ersatzteile?
die Dinger gehen einfach nicht so schnell kaputt, jedenfalls keine wesentlichen Teile wink.gif
(und wie zuverlässig die Funktion ist, ist eine nicht zu beantwortende Frage anhand eines Bildes)
viel interessanter ist die Frage der Munition, die ist nämlich eher rar.
revolution




Syrische Terrorgruppen
docholiday
Terrorgruppen? Meinst du Rebellen oder Regimestreue?
ElDuderino
ZITAT(Black Hawk @ 25. Jul 2012, 13:07) *
MG34? Ich frag mich jedes Mal, wie es manche Gruppen überhaupt schaffen Ersatzteile für solch alte Waffen zu beschaffen?



Wurde nach dem 2. Weltkrieg u.a. von Israel verwendet.
muckensen
ZITAT(Black Hawk @ 25. Jul 2012, 13:07) *
MG34? Ich frag mich jedes Mal, wie es manche Gruppen überhaupt schaffen Ersatzteile für solch alte Waffen zu beschaffen?
ZITAT(goschi @ 25. Jul 2012, 13:22) *
viel interessanter ist die Frage der Munition, die ist nämlich eher rar.
Wird beides in der arabischen Welt und in Zentralasien immer noch produziert. Im Irak sind die Amerikaner auf Stg44-Klone gestoßen, die - wenn ich mich recht entsinne, aus dem Jemen kommend - keine zwanzig Jahre alt waren.
ZITAT(docholiday @ 25. Jul 2012, 14:04) *
Terrorgruppen? Meinst du Rebellen oder Regimestreue?
Da es auch "rebellische" und "regimetreue" Bevölkerungsgruppen gibt, und diese vom bewaffneten Arm des jeweiligen Gegenstücks terrorisiert werden, könnte man eigentlich beide meinen.
goschi
ZITAT(muckensen @ 25. Jul 2012, 15:06) *
ZITAT(Black Hawk @ 25. Jul 2012, 13:07) *
MG34? Ich frag mich jedes Mal, wie es manche Gruppen überhaupt schaffen Ersatzteile für solch alte Waffen zu beschaffen?
ZITAT(goschi @ 25. Jul 2012, 13:22) *
viel interessanter ist die Frage der Munition, die ist nämlich eher rar.
Wird beides in der arabischen Welt und in Zentralasien immer noch produziert. Im Irak sind die Amerikaner auf Stg44-Klone gestoßen, die - wenn ich mich recht entsinne, aus dem Jemen kommend - keine zwanzig Jahre alt waren.


Dazu wäre eine Quelle jetzt sehr interessant wink.gif
revolution
Die Armee gehört zu den Streitkräften. Bewaffnete "Rebellen", darunter inzwischen viele Ausländer, sind die Terroristen. Ob man mit ihnen sympathisiert oder nicht, steht auf einem anderen Papier. Interessant ist die Zunahme der Aufnahmen mit AUGs, G3, M16, ...
Almeran
AUG, G3, M16 zählen zu den weltweit verbreitesten Kleinwaffen, dass die früher oder später vermehrt ihren Weg in Krisenregionen finden ist nun wirklich nicht überraschend, sondern folgt einfach den Regeln von Angebot und Nachfrage. Eine westliche Einflussnahme lässt sich daraus auch nicht ableiten (ich denke darauf spielst du an).
Minfun
Small arms. Gnihihihihi.
Almeran
Und der deutsche Begriff dafür lautet nun mal Kleinwaffe wink.gif Die Übersetzung hab nicht ich erfunden.

Beschwerden werden bitte an den Duden oder Wikipedia gerichtet.
Minfun
Es gibt mehrere deutsche Begriffe, mit der man small arms übersetzen kann, geläufig ist die stinknormale Handfeuerwaffe. Kleinwaffe war und ist schon immer die Deppenübersetzung, hauptsächlich in der Presse und Anti-Waffen-Orgas, gewesen (UN-Konferenz zu Kleinwaffen) und auch erst seit Anfang 2000 im stärker im Umlauf. Geadelt wurde der Begriff leider 2010 durch das Auswärtige Amt (Praktikanten, ho!).

Das ist doch common sense! wink.gif

Edit: Es ist nicht falsch, nur schlecht. smokin.gif
Nite
Als deutsches Pendant zum Begriff "small arms" würde ich jetzt eher "Handwaffen" nutzen, wobei hier wieder zu beachten ist dass der deutsche Begriff "Handwaffen" sowohl Kurz- als auch Langwaffen umfasst, und daher nicht mit "handgun" übersetzt werden sollte wink.gif.
Hummingbird
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Syrian rebels attack the municipal building in Selehattin, near Aleppo, on July 23, 2012. Syrian rebels 'liberated' several districts of the northern city of Aleppo, the Free Syrian Army claimed. Photograph: Bulent Kilic/AFP/Getty Images


Freestyler
confused.gif Bin ich der einzige, der Daves Fotos nicht sehen kann? Wenn ja, woran liegt das?
goschi
ja, und an dir wink.gif
sdw
ZITAT(Freestyler @ 25. Jul 2012, 18:36) *
confused.gif Bin ich der einzige, der Daves Fotos nicht sehen kann? Wenn ja, woran liegt das?


Im letzten Beitrag von dave sehe ich auch keine Fotos, nutze gerade Firefox. Muss es mal auf einem anderen Rechner prüfen!
Freestyler
Jetzt kann ich sie plötzlich sehen mata.gif
muckensen
Mal was anderes... Russen. (Spezialkräfte des MVD und des FSB, aufgenommen 26.04.2012, meines Wissens nach kein Repost.)
















ZITAT(goschi @ 25. Jul 2012, 15:45) *
Dazu wäre eine Quelle jetzt sehr interessant wink.gif
Die Geschichte geisterte um 2004/2005 mal um die Welt. Auf die Schnelle habe ich nur ein Bild gefunden, dass ich damals auf meiner Platte gespeichert hatte.


Deuce
Hab mal eine Doku gesehen. Da haben sie ihre Waffen und Munition mit ganz primitiven Schmelzöfen/Feuer hergestellt, mal schauen vlt finde ich das wieder.
Black Hawk
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oGVianQJsmQ

Meinste die hier?
(@Mods. Oder soll ich das in den Viedeofred packen?9

EDIT
Oops, dachte es geht um Hinterhof-Waffenfabriken im Allgemeinen und nicht nur bezogen auf Syrien. Sorry.
goschi
ZITAT(muckensen @ 25. Jul 2012, 19:56) *
ZITAT(goschi @ 25. Jul 2012, 15:45) *
Dazu wäre eine Quelle jetzt sehr interessant wink.gif
Die Geschichte geisterte um 2004/2005 mal um die Welt. Auf die Schnelle habe ich nur ein Bild gefunden, dass ich damals auf meiner Platte gespeichert hatte.


Das ist keine Quelle, das zeigt nur ein beliebiges Stg44, kann ein Sammlerstück oder sonstwas sein, ohne (glaubhafte) Quelle tue ich deine Aussage also einfach als Latrinenparole ab.
muckensen
Ich empfehle dann die Google-Suche "Stg44 found in Iraq in '03" oder "Unusual weapons confiscated in Iraq", besonders auf Militaryphotos.net und AR15.com wurde das Thema ausführlich diskutiert. Die Amerikaner haben im Irak mehrere Dutzend Stg44 beschlagnahmt, von denen nur 2 noch aus Deutschland stammten, die restlichen wurden als Lizenzbauten aus Jugoslawien, Syrien, Libanon und dem Jemen identifiziert.

(derselbe Mensch)

Nach Angaben eines Freundes von mir, der 2006 im Libanon war, wurden auch dort noch bis kurz vor Beginn des ersten Bürgerkrieges Stg44 produziert, und manchmal finden sich bis heute (bzw. 2006) dort "Hinterhof-Gunshops" die die Waffen nach bester Waziristan-Tradition sozusagen in Kleinserie nachbauen.

goschi
ich werde weiterhin auf eine Quelle beharren und dir die Arbeit nicht abnehmen, du hast schliesslich die Behauptung aufgestellt.
muckensen
Tja, dann werden wir wohl beide unglücklich sterben.
Dave76
Zur Info bezüglich der Bilder:
Abload hat in letzter Zeit vereinzelt mal Server/Datenbank-Probleme, Bilder verschwinden, sind dann kurze Zeit später wieder da. Es liegt also nicht an eurem Browser oder an euch! wink.gif

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In this image released by Israel's Defense Ministry Monday, June 4, 2007, Israeli soldiers celebrate in the Sinai Peninsula during the Six Day War, in June 1967. Four decades after an underdog Israeli military campaign that captured the world's imagination, the people of Israel, the Middle East and the world are are still struggling to come to terms with it. The war tripled Israel's size and probably prevented its annihilation. But with victory came burdens, hatreds and many, many deaths for Israelis and the Palestinians in their newly-expanded territory. (AP Photo/Israeli Ministry of Defence,HO)
Schwabo Elite
ZITAT(goschi @ 26. Jul 2012, 00:14) *
ich werde weiterhin auf eine Quelle beharren und dir die Arbeit nicht abnehmen, du hast schliesslich die Behauptung aufgestellt.

Der MP-Photos Thread ist hier: http://www.militaryphotos.net/forums/showt...G44-in-the-Iraq

Was das beweist kann ich nicht sagen, ich les ihn ja nicht noch durch...
wARLOCK
zumal us-truppen, so sie denn über sowas stoplern, wohl selbst nur mutmaßen können woher es stammt. es gibt doch einen bericht über ein, ich meine pakistanisches, dorf in dem kind und kegel den ganzen tag damit beschäftigt sind derivate irgendwelcher waffen herzustellen. wenn ich eine AK hinbekomme dürfte ein StGw44 auch kein hexenwerk sein.
Deuce
ZITAT(Black Hawk @ 25. Jul 2012, 22:30) *
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oGVianQJsmQ

Meinste die hier?
(@Mods. Oder soll ich das in den Viedeofred packen?9

EDIT
Oops, dachte es geht um Hinterhof-Waffenfabriken im Allgemeinen und nicht nur bezogen auf Syrien. Sorry.


Jein, das kam glaub auch vor, aber die war deutlich länger und man sah auch wie sie Teile etc mit so winzig kleinen Schmelzbechern gossen usw.
Malik
*A young Somali boy with an AK 47 rifle talks to a British soldier in Elasha Biyaha 20km from the capital Mogadishu on July 24, 2012. Elasha Biyaha was captured by AU and government forces in late May from Al-Shebab insurgents; it was called the biggest concentration of displaced people in the world. Somalia has been embroiled in civil war since 1991, when former president Mohamed Siad Barre was ousted. It has been variously governed by ruthless warlords, militia groups and a fragile transitional government which holds official power in this Horn of Africa country. *







*Armed police patrol St Pancras International Station in London, July 22, 2012. *
docholiday
Ah cool, die ersten Bilder aus Somalia, habe gelsen das der SAS wohl seit März unten ist und die Amerikaner auch einige SOF vor Ort haben. Wenn jemand Bilder hat wäre das super!
Grenadier
Jup, Bilder aus Somalia sind immer interessant. Dem kann ich nur beipflichten!
goschi
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A Vietnamese infantryman jumps from the protection of a rice paddy dike for another short charge during a run and fire assault on Viet Cong Guerrillas entrenched in an area 15 miles west of Saigon on April 4, 1965. When field and surrounding brush line was finally taken, Vietnamese had suffered a loss of 12 men dead or wounded, Straw stack fire at center was set by Guerrillas as a distraction. (AP Photo/Horst Faas)



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U.S. paratroopers send a burst of automatic weapon fire into the Vietnamese section of Plei Ho Drong on August 12, 1965 after someone shot at them. Troops who entered the village afterwards found only Montagnard tribesmen and no Viet Cong. (AP Photo/Horst Faas)



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In this March 1965 photo, hovering U.S. Army helicopters pour machine gun fire into the tree line to cover the advance of South Vietnamese ground troops in an attack on a Viet Cong camp 18 miles north of Tay Ninh, Vietnam, northwest of Saigon near the Cambodian border. (AP Photo/Horst Faas)


Ich hoffe ich löse mit der Sammlung von Horrst Faas Photos keine Lawine aus. Mehr gibt es hier: Photographer Collection: Horst Faas in Vietnam This gallery contains graphic content including photographs of dead bodies.
SNAFU


A soldier from NATO-led forces, center, is seen outside the Spozhmai hotel on Lake Qargha, Friday, June, 22, 2012. (AP Photo/Ahmad Jamshid)

Auf einer ANA-Seite wurde behauptet es handle sich um ANA SF oder deutsche. Das kann man wohl beides ausschließen smile.gif
Mich würde aber interessieren ob jemand weiß was er in der linken Hand trägt evtl. M72 ASM FFE ?
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M72 ASM (Anti Structure Munition)
Dave76
ZITAT(SNAFU @ 30. Jul 2012, 02:53) *
http://www.abload.de/img/fskkabul06r3x2p.jpg

A soldier from NATO-led forces, center, is seen outside the Spozhmai hotel on Lake Qargha, Friday, June, 22, 2012. (AP Photo/Ahmad Jamshid)

Auf einer ANA-Seite wurde behauptet es handle sich um ANA SF oder deutsche. Das kann man wohl beides ausschließen smile.gif
Mich würde aber interessieren ob jemand weiß was er in der linken Hand trägt evtl. M72 ASM FFE ?

Norwegische Spezialkräfte des Forsvarets Spesialkommando-FSK (TF 51), welche die afghanische Crisis Response Unit-CRU (TF 24) ausbilden und leiten.

Schon dreimal in diesem thread erwähnt und aus einem dieser post stammt auch exakt das von dir gepostete Bild her (habe es sogar extra fskkabul genannt):
http://www.whq-forum.de/invisionboard/inde...t&p=1179384
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Freestyler
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Special-Purpose Marine Air Ground Task Force 12.2 is made up of more than 120 Reserve Marines and sailors from across the United States and is commanded by Lt. Col. Gerard Wynn of 3rd Force Reconnaissance Company from Mobile, Ala. The Marines of Special-Purpose MAGTF-12.2 provide support to Marine Forces Africa and U.S. Africa Command missions across the continent.
arines and sailors from Special-Purpose Marine Air-Ground Task Force Africa, Security Cooperation Team-2 have been in Burundi training with the 1st Sapper Company in combined arms breaching techniques to prepare the unit for deployment in support of the African Union Mission in Somalia.

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