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Styx
ZITAT(muckensen @ 20. Sep 2012, 19:57) *
Mich interessiert etwas anderes viel mehr: jahrelang benutzten die Neuner doch das SIG-Gewehr, jetzt ist man offenbar auf G36 umgestiegen. Ist die ganze Debatte von wegen Dauerhaltbarkeit des G36 an den SEs spurlos vorübergegangen? Angeblich ist das HK doch nach wenigen hundert Schuss in schneller Folge durch - ich orakele einfach mal, dass man in St. Augustin hin und wieder hundert Schuss in schneller Folge abgibt?


Das G36 ist bei der BPol schon ne ganze Weile in verschiedenen Varianten im Gebrauch was sollen sie auch sonst mitnehmen, aber Grad bei den Neunern würde ich mir wegen dem "Hitzeproblem" keinen Kopf machen die sind sehr gründlich was ihre Waffen angeht und wenn sie es nicht als tauglich für ihre Zwecke erachtet hätten wärs auch net im Bestand.
Panzermaus
ZITAT(Hummingbird @ 20. Sep 2012, 13:01) *
[img]http://www.abload.de/img/gsg912b6uypx5uva.jpg

Welche Weste ist das denn?


Es handelt sich um den LT Plattenträger 4.Generation.

http://www.lindnerhof-taktik-shop.de/schut...werfbar-iv.html
Famas
ZITAT(Styx @ 21. Sep 2012, 06:37) *
Das G36 ist bei der BPol schon ne ganze Weile in verschiedenen Varianten im Gebrauch was sollen sie auch sonst mitnehmen, aber Grad bei den Neunern würde ich mir wegen dem "Hitzeproblem" keinen Kopf machen die sind sehr gründlich was ihre Waffen angeht und wenn sie es nicht als tauglich für ihre Zwecke erachtet hätten wärs auch net im Bestand.


Richtig so sehe ich das auch.
Ich persönlich habe die Hitzedebatte um das G36 nie verstanden und habe während meiner BW Zeit des öfteren viele Magazine hintereinander im Feuerstoß rausgezimmert... ich sag nur RSL in Pfullendorf. (Man kann auch im Zeigefinger Muskelkater kriegen tounge.gif ) und JA, es wird ziemlich heiß, so wie jedes Gewehr. Geschmolzen ist nie was.
Erstens wird das bei der GSG genauso laufen wie bei jeder anderen vernünftigen Einheit dieses Kalibers: Wenn denen was nicht passt wird es ersetzt.
Die wissen schon, was sie tun. Und nur weil irgendwelche Revolverblätter (ich glaub Spiegel wars oder?) was über angebliche Hitzeprobleme steht muss das ja noch lange kein Ausschlussgrund sein.
Zweitens: GSG9 ist immer noch POLIZEI... wenn die mal so viel geschossen haben, dass denen was am Gewehr schmilzt (das passiert nicht nach 3 Schuss), dann ist ohnehin was määääächtig schief gelaufen.
Drittens: Nur weil sie auf den Fotos mit G36C rumlaufen (sexy Handschutz übrigens wink.gif ) heißt das ja nicht, dass sie nix anderes mehr haben. Ich bin sicher von den Jungs hat jeder nen persönlichen Bestand von unterschiedlichen Waffen für unterschiedliche Lagen, so wie sich das für ne gute Truppe gehört.
Dave76

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A soldier of A Company 3 Parachute Regiment (3PARA) on patrol in the village Chah e Anji, Helmand, Afghanistan. © Crown Copyright/MOD 2012
Dave76

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A sniper aims his gun to Rocinha slum during the inauguration of its Peacekeeping Unit Program (UPP) in Rio de Janeiro September 20, 2012. The occupation of Rocinha, a notorious hillside "favela" that overlooks some of Rio's swankiest areas, is a crucial part of the city's preparations to host soccer's World Cup in 2014 and the Olympics two years later. REUTERS/Ricardo Moraes



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A sniper aims his gun to Rocinha slum during the inauguration of its Peacekeeping Unit Program (UPP) in Rio de Janeiro September 20, 2012. The occupation of Rocinha, a notorious hillside "favela" that overlooks some of Rio's swankiest areas, is a crucial part of the city's preparations to host soccer's World Cup in 2014 and the Olympics two years later. REUTERS/Ricardo Moraes



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A sniper holds his gun in front of Rocinha slum during the inauguration of its Peacekeeping Unit Program (UPP) in Rio de Janeiro September 20, 2012. The occupation of Rocinha, a notorious hillside "favela" that overlooks some of Rio's swankiest areas, is a crucial part of the city's preparations to host soccer's World Cup in 2014 and the Olympics two years later. REUTERS/Ricardo Moraes



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A sniper aims his gun to Rocinha slum during the inauguration of its Peacekeeping Unit Program (UPP) in Rio de Janeiro September 20, 2012. The occupation of Rocinha, a notorious hillside "favela" that overlooks some of Rio's swankiest areas, is a crucial part of the city's preparations to host soccer's World Cup in 2014 and the Olympics two years later. REUTERS/Ricardo Moraes



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A Brazilian police sharp-shooter secures a position atop a school building in front of the Rocinha shantytown, where Rio de Janeiro's government started the installation of the Pacifier Police Unit (UPP) project. Brazilian authorities stepped up a pacification drive in Rio's largest shantytown Thursday, nearly doubling the police presence in a hillside favela overlooking the city's most famous beaches. (Antonio Scorza/GettyImages)



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Policemen stand in line during the inauguration of the Peacekeeping Unit Program (UPP) in Rocinha slum in Rio de Janeiro September 20, 2012. The occupation of Rocinha, a notorious hillside "favela" that overlooks some of Rio's swankiest areas, is a crucial part of the city's preparations to host soccer's World Cup in 2014 and the Olympics two years later. REUTERS/Ricardo Moraes



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Police officers of the Peacekeeping Unit Program (UPP) patrol an alley at Vila Cruzeiro after its inauguration ceremony in Rio de Janeiro August 28, 2012. The introduction of the peacekeeping program in the region is part of the effort to crack down on crime and ensure the security as the city prepares to host 2014 World Cup soccer matches and the 2016 Olympic Games. REUTERS/Ricardo Moraes

muckensen
Danke für die Bilder& die Antworten. xyxthumbs.gif
Der Weisse Hai
ZITAT(Panzermaus @ 21. Sep 2012, 07:53) *
ZITAT(Hummingbird @ 20. Sep 2012, 13:01) *
[img]http://www.abload.de/img/gsg912b6uypx5uva.jpg

Welche Weste ist das denn?


Es handelt sich um den LT Plattenträger 4.Generation.

http://www.lindnerhof-taktik-shop.de/schut...werfbar-iv.html


Halte ich wiederum für unwahrscheinlich. Eher etwas in Richtung P6.
Ich meine aber - wie gesagt - es ist eine Abwandlung der Balmung.

DWH
Dave76
A blast from the past. Zum 40-jährigen:


Wegener mit GSG 9-Einsatztrupp im Jahre 1979.
Famas
Schon interessant, früher hat man vor nem Daimler gepost, heute muss es schon ein Superpuma sein rofl.gif
... von der pers. Ausrüstung mal ganz zu schweigen.

Was für Pistolen führen die Herren auf dem letzten Bild?
HANS
ZITAT(Famas @ 26. Sep 2012, 06:53) *
Was für Pistolen führen die Herren auf dem letzten Bild?


H&K P9S.

Bin etwas verwundert über die HK502 und HK69A1, dachte die wurden erst in den 1980ern eingeführt.

MfG

HANS
Der Weisse Hai
ZITAT(Famas @ 26. Sep 2012, 06:53) *
Schon interessant, früher hat man vor nem Daimler gepost, heute muss es schon ein Superpuma sein rofl.gif


Die Daimler kamen damals in den Fuhrpark, weil nur sie eine Kofferraumgröße hatten, die ausreichend Platz für die Bewaffnung und Ausrüstung bot.
Auch genial finde ich den Springerhelm in Verbindung mit der Gasschutzbrille.

DWH
Kreuz As
ZITAT(Der Weisse Hai @ 26. Sep 2012, 10:35) *
Die Daimler kamen damals in den Fuhrpark, weil nur sie eine Kofferraumgröße hatten, die ausreichend Platz für die Bewaffnung und Ausrüstung bot.


Das hat man aber sehr weit hergeholt.

Ein Granada Turnier hätte noch mehr Platz geboten.

biggrin.gif

Es wird wohl eher die Kombination aus Motorleistung, Stabilität des Fahrzeugs und Platz gewesen sein. So ein alter W116 wog leer schon 1,7 to. Da konnte man schon was mit von der Strasse rammen. Ein Golf in den Zeiten wog z.B. weniger als die Hälfte.

zigoR
Kurze Frage zum GSG9-Bild: Sind das M36 Fallschirmjägerhelme, oder eine "eigene Entwicklung" ? Danke smile.gif
Dave76

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Special Delivery
SEALs and divers from SEAL Delivery Vehicle Team (SDVT) 1 swim back to the guided-missile submarine USS Michigan (SSGN 727) during an exercise for certification on SEAL delivery vehicle operations in the southern Pacific Ocean. These exercises educate operators and divers on the techniques and procedures related to the delivery vehicle and its operations. U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 3rd Class Kristopher Kirsop
Der Weisse Hai
ZITAT(zigoR @ 26. Sep 2012, 17:07) *
Kurze Frage zum GSG9-Bild: Sind das M36 Fallschirmjägerhelme, oder eine "eigene Entwicklung" ? Danke smile.gif


Das dürfte die Nachkriegs-Neufertigung des alten Helms sein. War auch in den frühen Jahren bei der Bundeswehr sowie bei einigen SEKs im Einsatz. Detailänderungen gab es schon, beispielsweise die Kunststoff-Kinnschale.

DWH
Szymek
Hat jemand Infos zum Holo-Visier und dem Gehörschutz?
Dave76
ZITAT(Kreuz As @ 27. Sep 2012, 11:54) *
Russland, kein Text.

Das sind Soldaten der 27. seperaten MotSchützen-Brigade beim Testen von Ausrüstungsteilen des russischen IdZ-Systems.
Kameratt
ZITAT(Szymek @ 27. Sep 2012, 13:36) *
Hat jemand Infos zum Holo-Visier und dem Gehörschutz?

"Aktiver" Gehörschutz GSSh-01
Auf dem SR-3M ist ein "Krechet", auf dem AK-107 ist ein "Krechet-M".
ewood223
Was für Zielfernrohre sind auf den anderen Photos zu sehen?
Kameratt
Auf dem Orsis T-5000 ist irgendetwas von Dedal in 12x50, auf dem SVD das Wärmebildgerät PTZ.
Gangslgeister
Etwas ungewöhnlich, aber ich packs mal hier rein

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230gr HST from a 1911

Größer

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.40 165gr and .45 230gr loaded ammo and expanded projectiles

Größer

Quelle/Artikel
Dave76

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Members of Lebanese security forces stand guard after escorting the newly released Aydin Tufan Tekin, a Turkish national abducted by a Lebanese Shi'ite clan in Beirut, to the Lebanese General Security in Beirut, September 11, 2012. The hostage was a Turkish businessman abducted in mid-August, along with around 20 Syrians, to put pressure on rebels in Syria who had seized one of their kinsmen in Damascus. The Turkish national was the last in the group to be released. REUTERS/Mohamed Azakir

Dave76

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A Free Syrian Army fighter, carrying a weapon on his back, plays a guitar as he walks through a street near Aleppo September 24, 2012. REUTERS/Zain Karam



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A Free Syrian Army sniper takes aim from his position at the Bustan Al-Basha front line in southeastern Aleppo September 18, 2012. REUTERS/Zain Karam



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A Free Syrian Army sniper aims his weapon at his position at the Bustan Al-Basha front line in southeastern Aleppo September 18, 2012. REUTERS/Zain Karam



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A Free Syrian Army fighter prepares to fire his weapon at forces loyal to Syria's President Bashar al-Assad at the Bustan Al-Basha front line in southeastern Aleppo September 18, 2012. REUTERS/Zain Karam



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A Free Syrian Army fighter reloads his machinegun at the Bustan Al-Basha district in Aleppo September 18, 2012. REUTERS/Zain Karam



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A rabbit is pictured next to weapons in a Free Syrian Army bus in Bustan Al-Basha district in Aleppo September 18, 2012. REUTERS/Zain Karam



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A Free Syrian Army fighter looks through the scope of his weapon as he takes cover behind sandbags at the Al-Ezaa front line in Aleppo September 18, 2012. REUTERS/Zain Karam



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Members of the Free Syrian Army reload their rifles during clashes with the Syrian Army forces in Aleppo September 27, 2012. REUTERS/ Zain Karam
Dave76

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Soldiers of the Kenyan contingent serving with the African Union Mission in Somalia (AMISOM) prepare to board a resupply convoy vehicle at their sector headquarters in Dhobley, southern Somalia, in this September 30, 2012 handout photo released by the African Union-United Nations Information Support. Kenyan warships shelled the southern Somali port of Kismayu overnight, the last stronghold of al Qaeda-linked al Shabaab rebels, after the rebels said they had abandoned the city, residents said on Sunday. Al Shabaab, which formally merged with al Qaeda in February, has been steadily losing its footholds under sustained pressure from African Union peacekeeping forces (AMISOM) and Somali government troops for the past year. REUTERS/Stuart Price/African Union-United Nations Information Support/Handout



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Soldiers of the Kenyan contingent serving with the African Union Mission in Somalia (AMISOM) sit in a military vehicle as part of a resupply convoy at their sector headquarters in Dhobley, southern Somalia, in this September 30, 2012 handout photo released by the African Union-United Nations Information Support. REUTERS/Stuart Price/African Union-United Nations Information Support/Handout



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A resupply convoy of the Kenyan contingent serving with the African Union Mission in Somalia (AMISOM) leaves their sector headquarters in Dhobley, southern Somalia, in this September 30, 2012 handout photo released by the African Union-United Nations Information Support. REUTERS/Stuart Price/African Union-United Nations Information Support/Handout



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Brigadier Anthony Ngere ©, African Union Mission in Somalia (AMISOM) commander of Sector Two and head of the Kenyan contingent serving with AMISOM, speaks with senior officers at their sector headquarters in Dhobley, southern Somalia, in this September 30, 2012 handout photo released by the African Union-United Nations Information Support. REUTERS/Stuart Price/African Union-United Nations Information Support/Handout



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A ship carries Kenyan Defence Forces (KDF) trucks towards Somalia's port town of Kismayu October 1, 2012. Kenyan warships shelled the southern port of Kismayu overnight after al Qaeda-linked rebels said they had abandoned the city, residents said. Stunned by an assault by sea, air and ground forces late on Friday night, al Shabaab rebels fled the city that had been their key source of revenue, retreating to surrounding forests and towns. REUTERS/Thomas Mukoya



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Brigadier Anthony Ngere ©, African Union Mission in Somalia (AMISOM) Sector Two Commander and head of the Kenyan Contingent serving with AMISOM, greets Brigadier General Ismail Sahardin Kaydsan of the Somali National Army (SNA) after arriving at Saa'moja, approximately 7km (4.3 miles) outside the Somali port city of Kismayu in this October 1, 2012 handout photograph released by the African Union-United Nations Information Support Team. Somalia's al Shabaab rebels retreated from the southern port of Kismayu overnight, abandoning the last major bastion of their five-year revolt to an offensive by African Union and Somali government troops. REUTERS/African Union-United Nations Information Support Team/Stuart Price/Handout



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Brigadier Anthony Ngere ©, African Union Mission in Somalia (AMISOM) Sector Two Commander and head of the Kenyan Contingent serving with AMISOM, greeting field commanders in Saa'moja, approximately 7km (4.3 miles) outside the Somali port city of Kismayu in this October 1, 2012 handout photograph released by the African Union-United Nations Information Support Team. REUTERS/African Union-United Nations Information Support Team/Stuart Price/Handout


Dave76

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Soldiers of the Kenyan Contingent serving with the African Union Mission in Somalia (AMISOM) stand in Saa'moja, approximately 7km (4.3 miles) outside the Somali port city of Kismayu in this October 1, 2012 handout photograph released by the African Union-United Nations Information Support Team. REUTERS/African Union-United Nations Information Support Team/Stuart Price/Handout



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Soldiers of the Kenyan Contingent serving with the African Union Mission in Somalia (AMISOM) sit on top of a fighting vehicle in Saa'moja, approximately 7km (4.3 miles) outside the Somali port city of Kismayu in this October 1, 2012 handout photograph released by the African Union-United Nations Information Support Team. REUTERS/African Union-United Nations Information Support Team/Stuart Price/Handout



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A soldier from the Kenyan Contingent serving with the African Union Mission in Somalia (AMISOM) carries a drum to be filled with water in Saa'moja, approximately 7km (4.3 miles) outside the Somali port city of Kismayu in this October 1, 2012 handout photograph released by the African Union-United Nations Information Support Team. REUTERS/African Union-United Nations Information Support Team/Stuart Price/Handout



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Somali National Army soldiers display a Somali flag in Saa'moja, approximately 7km (4.3 miles) outside the Somali port city of Kismayu in this October 1, 2012 handout photograph released by the African Union-United Nations Information Support Team. REUTERS/African Union-United Nations Information Support Team/Stuart Price/Handout



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Sheik Ahmed Madobe, commander of the Ras Kimboni Militia Brigade, which is allied to the Somali National Army, looks on in Saa'moja, approximately 7km (4.3 miles) outside the Somali port city of Kismayu in this October 1, 2012 handout photograph released by the African Union-United Nations Information Support Team. REUTERS/African Union-United Nations Information Support Team/Stuart Price/Handout



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An undated handout photograph released by Kenya's Ministry of Defence on September 29, 2012, shows members of the Kenyan Defence Forces during an operation at an undisclosed location in Somalia. Kenyan troops attacked the Somali port city of Kismayu on Friday, seeking to drive al Qaeda-linked al Shabaab militants from their last major stronghold and end a five-year rebellion. The loss of the southern port would deal a huge blow to al Shabaab as it is a lucrative source of revenue and a centre for operations over areas it has controlled in Somalia since 2007, but by nightfall, it was not clear who was in control. REUTERS/Kenya Ministry for Defense/Handout



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An undated handout photograph released by Kenya's Ministry of Defence on September 29, 2012, shows members of the Kenyan Defence Forces during an operation at an undisclosed location in Somalia. REUTERS/Kenya Ministry for Defense/Handout



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An undated handout photograph released by Kenya's Ministry of Defence on September 29, 2012, shows Kenya's Chief of the Defense Forces General Julius Karangi © talking troops during an operation at an undisclosed location in Somalia. REUTERS/Kenya Ministry for Defense/Handout

Dave76

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A Free Syrian Army fighter holds a microphone and sings alongside a fellow fighter carrying his weapon in Aleppo's al-Zebdieh district October 1, 2012. *******/Zain Karam



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A Syrian rebel prepares to throw an explosive device during clashes with regime forces in the old city of Aleppo in northern Syria on September 30, 2012. Forces loyal to President Bashar al-Assad shelled rebel-held areas across Syria as fierce clashes were reported in second city Aleppo where a fire tore through a medieval souk. AFP PHOTO/MIGUEL MEDINA



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Syrian rebels take position during clashes with regime forces in the old city of Aleppo in northern Syria on September 30, 2012. Forces loyal to President Bashar al-Assad shelled rebel-held areas across Syria as fierce clashes were reported in second city Aleppo where a fire tore through a medieval souk. AFP PHOTO/MIGUEL MEDINA



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Forces loyal to Syria's President Bashar al-Assad patrol at Tal-al-Zrazir neighbourhood in Aleppo city September 29, 2012. *******/George Ourfalian



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A rebel fighter carrying a rocket-propelled grenade moves across open ground under heavy tank fire by Syrian government forces during an intense battle at the al-arqub neighborhood of Aleppo, on September 26, 2012. More than 305 people were killed across Syria on September 26, making it the bloodiest single day of the 18-month revolt, the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said. AFP PHOTO/ZAC BAILLIE



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A Syrian rebel mans a heavy machine gun near Al-Bab, 35 kms (22 miles) northeast of Syria's second city Aleppo, on September 28, 2012. Rebels unleashed an unprecedented barrage of mortar fire against troops in Aleppo after announcing a "decisive" battle for Syria's second city, residents and a watchdog say. AFP PHOTO/MIGUEL MEDINA



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A rebel fighter uses a machine gun to fight Syrian government forces as they attempt to capture the al-Arqub neighborhood of Aleppo during an intense battle between rebels and Syrian army forces, on September 26, 2012. More than 305 people were killed across Syria on September 26, making it the bloodiest single day of the 18-month revolt, the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said. AFP PHOTO/ZAC BAILLIE



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A Syrian rebel aims his rifle during fighting to root out government forces from their positions in the Amariya neighbourhood of Aleppo, on September 22, 2012. Rebels have moved their command base from Turkey to "liberated areas" inside Syria, they announced as regime troops and rebels battled for control of a corridor near the border. AFP PHOTO/MIGUEL MEDINA



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A Syrian rebel runs for cover during clashes in the area around the Zacharias mosque in the old city of Aleppo, in northern Syria on October 1, 2012. Army shelling and air raids killed dozens more civilians including children in Syrian flashpoints, a watchdog said, while rebels and loyalists fought close-quarter battles in Aleppo's main souk. AFP PHOTO/MIGUEL MEDINA



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A Syrian rebel ducks for cover during clashes to control the area around the Zacharias mosque in the old city of Aleppo in northern Syria on October 1, 2012. Army shelling and air raids killed dozens more civilians including children in Syrian flashpoints, a watchdog said, while rebels and loyalists fought close-quarter battles in Aleppo's main souk. AFP PHOTO/MIGUEL MEDINA

Grenadier
Interessante Bilder aus/um Somalia!
Nightwish
ZITAT(Grenadier @ 2. Oct 2012, 19:38) *
Interessante Bilder aus/um Somalia!


Finde ich auch!

Kann jemand die gepanzerten Fahrzeuge/Panzer auf den Bildern identifizieren?
Fennek
Die markante Turmform und dass der Turm am Drehkranz breiter ist als das Fahrzeug selbst sagt AML HE60 bzw. Eland (von hinten). Aber der Heckbereich sieht ganz anders aus.
Dave76

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Specialist Jacob William Moore, 21, stares into the distance as he clutches the hand of a seriously wounded comrade on board a medevac air ambulance racing towards Kandahar Air Field in southern Afghanistan, Nov 22, 2010. Spc Moore was part of a stretcher team carrying a wounded man to safety when they hit a second explosive device, buried in their path. The men, from the 2-502 Infantry's Attack Company were operating in Nalgham, in Zhari district. Two Americans and one Afghan soldier were killed in the attacks, four others, including Spc Moore, were wounded.
The troops are part of the 101st Airborne Division - known as the screaming eagles - sent to Afghanistan in June 2010 as part of Barack Obama's surge. Moore and his comrades paid tribute to their fallen as "phenomenal soldiers". They said the general public in America have no idea what is going on in Afghanistan. Moore returned to active duty and finished out his tour in Afghanistan.
Nightwish
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Die markante Turmform und dass der Turm am Drehkranz breiter ist als das Fahrzeug selbst sagt AML HE60 bzw. Eland (von hinten). Aber der Heckbereich sieht ganz anders aus.


Ja, Turm passt, Wanne nicht.
Nite
Türme auf andere Wannen zu setzen ist ja nicht so die Seltenheit.
Ich meine vor einiger Zeit sind auch Bilder kenyanischer Fahrzeuge im aktuellen GG-Bilderthread aufgetaucht (ich glaube ebenfalls von Dave gepostet), mal durchschauen.
Dave76
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Türme auf andere Wannen zu setzen ist ja nicht so die Seltenheit.
Ich meine vor einiger Zeit sind auch Bilder kenyanischer Fahrzeuge im aktuellen GG-Bilderthread aufgetaucht (ich glaube ebenfalls von Dave gepostet), mal durchschauen.

Das waren AMISOM Fahrzeuge, da waren vielleicht auch ein paar kenianische darunter:

http://www.whq-forum.de/invisionboard/inde...t&p=1184768
http://www.whq-forum.de/invisionboard/inde...t&p=1175558
http://www.whq-forum.de/invisionboard/inde...t&p=1176561
http://www.whq-forum.de/invisionboard/inde...t&p=1176810
http://www.whq-forum.de/invisionboard/inde...t&p=1176938
Nite
Leider keine Kenyaner dabei.
Da es sich um Großgerät handelt bitte ich die Diskussion zu dem kenyanischen Spähwagen hier fortzuführen.

Nite
(Mod Waffenforen)
Dave76

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SOMALIA, Dhobley: In a photograph released by the African Union-United Nations Information Support Team 30 September, soldiers of the Kenyan contingent serving with the African Union Mission in Somalia (AMISOM) sit inside a watch tower at their Sector Headquarters in the town of Dhobley, Southern Somalia. Over the last two months, AMISOM forces in support of the Somali National Army (SNA) have secured a string of towns and centres along the road between Afmadow and Kismayo and forces now sit within 5km outside the last stronghold of the Al-Qaeda-affiliated extremist group Al Shabaab. On 28th September, an advance AMISOM force made an amphibious landing on beaches north of Kismayo and has so far secured the northern suburbs of the city, the old airport, Kismayo University, and the road leading to the Somali capital Mogadishu. AU-UN IST PHOTO / STUART PRICE.



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SOMALIA, Dhobley: In a photograph released by the African Union-United Nations Information Support Team 30 September, soldiers of the Kenyan contingent serving with the African Union Mission in Somalia (AMISOM) disembark from a vehicle at their Sector Headquarters in the town of Dhobley, Southern Somalia. AU-UN IST PHOTO / STUART PRICE.



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SOMALIA, Dhobley: In a photograph released by the African Union-United Nations Information Support Team 30 September, a soldier of the Kenyan contingent serving with the African Union Mission in Somalia (AMISOM) stands at the back of a vehicle at their Sector Headquarters in the town of Dhobley, Southern Somalia. AU-UN IST PHOTO / STUART PRICE.



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SOMALIA, Dhobley: In a photograph released by the African Union-United Nations Information Support Team 30 September, soldiers of the Kenyan contingent serving with the African Union Mission in Somalia (AMISOM) line up as part of a re-supply convoy at their Sector Headquarters in the town of Dhobley, Southern Somalia. AU-UN IST PHOTO / STUART PRICE.





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SOMALIA, Dhobley: In a photograph released by the African Union-United Nations Information Support Team 30 September, soldiers of the Kenyan contingent serving with the African Union Mission in Somalia (AMISOM) load a truck as part of a re-supply convoy at their Sector Headquarters in the town of Dhobley, Southern Somalia. AU-UN IST PHOTO / STUART PRICE.



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SOMALIA, Dhobley: In a photograph released by the African Union-United Nations Information Support Team 30 September, soldiers of the Kenyan contingent serving with the African Union Mission in Somalia (AMISOM) load onto a truck as part of a re-supply convoy at their Sector Headquarters in the town of Dhobley, Southern Somalia. AU-UN IST PHOTO / STUART PRICE.



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SOMALIA, Dhobley: In a photograph released by the African Union-United Nations Information Support Team 30 September, soldiers of the Kenyan contingent serving with the African Union Mission in Somalia (AMISOM) stand next to a military vehicle at their Sector Headquarters in the town of Dhobley, Southern Somalia. AU-UN IST PHOTO / STUART PRICE.



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SOMALIA, Dhobley: In a photograph released by the African Union-United Nations Information Support Team 30 September, Brigadier Anthony Ngere (left) the African Union Mission in Somalia (AMISOM) commander of Sector Two and head of the Kenyan contingent serving with AMISOM, discusses with senior officers at their Sector Headquarters in the town of Dhobley, Southern Somalia. AU-UN IST PHOTO / STUART PRICE.



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SOMALIA. Saa'moja / Kisamayo: In a handout photograph released by the African Union-United Nations Information Support Team 01 October, soldiers of the Kenyan Contingent serving with the African Union Mission in Somalia (AMISOM) stand at a mortar position in Saa'moja, an area approx. 7km outside the Somali port city of Kismayo. For the last two months, AMISOM's Kenyan Contingent in support of the Somali National Army (SNA) has been steadily liberating areas and villages in Southern Somalia formally under the control of the Al Qaeda-affiliated extremist group Al Shabaab, which has brought them to the outskirt's of the group's last major stronghold. On the back of a string of strategic and territorial losses to SNA and AMISOM forces across Somalia over the last 12 months, commanders are now making final preparations to move into Kismayo and liberate the city completely from Al Shabaab control. AU-UN IST PHOTO / STUART PRICE.



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SOMALIA. Saa'moja / Kisamayo: In a handout photograph released by the African Union-United Nations Information Support Team 01 October, soldiers of the Somali National Army (SNA) stand at Saa'moja, an area approx. 7km outside the Somali port city of Kismayo. AU-UN IST PHOTO / STUART PRICE.



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SOMALIA. Saa'moja / Kisamayo: In a handout photograph released by the African Union-United Nations Information Support Team 01 October, soldiers of the Kenyan Contingent serving with the African Union Mission in Somalia (AMISOM) are seen standing atop a fighting vehicle in Saa'moja, an area approx. 7km outside the Somali port city of Kismayo. AU-UN IST PHOTO / STUART PRICE.
Nite
Interessant, wusste nicht dass die Kenyaner noch FN FAL bei den Streitkräften nutzen.

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ANA, dem Barett im Hintergrund nach zu urteilen Commando Kandak
Dave76
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ANA, dem Barett im Hintergrund nach zu urteilen Commando Kandak

Der Herr im Vordergrund ist sicherlich nicht ANA, es handelt sich AFAIK um den Delta Operator 'Shrek', bekannt aus Dalton Furys KBL mit HK11E.
Dave76

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SOMALIA. Saa'moja / Kisamayo: In a handout photograph released by the African Union-United Nations Information Support Team 01 October, a soldier of the Kenyan Contingent serving with the African Union Mission in Somalia (AMISOM) carries water as a helicopter comes in to land in Saa'moja, an area approx. 7km outside the Somali port city of Kismayo. For the last two months, AMISOM's Kenyan Contingent in support of the Somali National Army (SNA) has been steadily liberating areas and villages in Southern Somalia formally under the control of the Al Qaeda-affiliated extremist group Al Shabaab, which has brought them to the outskirt's of the group's last major stronghold. On the back of a string of strategic and territorial losses to SNA and AMISOM forces across Somalia over the last 12 months, commanders are now making final preparations to move into Kismayo and liberate the city completely from Al Shabaab control. AU-UN IST PHOTO / STUART PRICE.



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SOMALIA. Saa'moja / Kisamayo: In a handout photograph released by the African Union-United Nations Information Support Team 01 October, a soldier of the Kenyan Contingent serving with the African Union Mission in Somalia (AMISOM) rests in Saa'moja, an area approx. 7km outside the Somali port city of Kismayo. AU-UN IST PHOTO / STUART PRICE.



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SOMALIA. Saa'moja / Kisamayo: In a handout photograph released by the African Union-United Nations Information Support Team 01 October, soldiers of the Kenyan Contingent serving with the African Union Mission in Somalia (AMISOM) are seen silhouetted against the sky while standing atop a tank in Saa'moja, an area approx. 7km outside the Somali port city of Kismayo. AU-UN IST PHOTO / STUART PRICE.



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SOMALIA. Saa'moja / Kisamayo: In a handout photograph released by the African Union-United Nations Information Support Team 01 October, soldiers of the Somali National Army (SNA) are seen in Saa'moja, an area approx. 7km outside the Somali port city of Kismayo. For the last two months, the African Union Mission in Somalia (AMISOM)'s Kenyan Contingent in support of the SNA has been steadily liberating areas and villages in Southern Somalia formally under the control of the Al Qaeda-affiliated extremist group Al Shabaab, which has brought them to the outskirt's of the group's last major stronghold. On the back of a string of strategic and territorial losses to SNA and AMISOM forces across Somalia over the last 12 months, commanders are now making final preparations to move into Kismayo and liberate the city completely from Al Shabaab control. AU-UN IST PHOTO / STUART PRICE.



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SOMALIA. Saa'moja / Kisamayo: In a handout photograph released by the African Union-United Nations Information Support Team 01 October, a soldier of the Kenyan Contingent serving with the African Union Mission in Somalia (AMISOM) stands against the wheel of a fighting vehicle in Saa'moja, an area approx. 7km outside the Somali port city of Kismayo. AU-UN IST PHOTO / STUART PRICE.



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SOMALIA. Saa'moja / Kisamayo: In a handout photograph released by the African Union-United Nations Information Support Team 01 October, a soldier of the Somali National Army (SNA) gestures in Saa'moja, an area approx. 7km outside the Somali port city of Kismayo. AU-UN IST PHOTO / STUART PRICE.



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SOMALIA, Kismayo: In a handout photograph released by the African Union-United Nations Information Support Team 02 October, members of the Somali National Army and the government-allied Ras Kimboni militia display the Somali national flag while they celebrate the capture of Kismayo Airport after Kenyan AMISOM troops moved into and through Kismayo, the hitherto last major urban stronghold of the Al-Qaeda-affiliated extremist group Al Shabaab, on their way to the airport without a shot being fired following a two-month operation to liberate towns and villages across southern Somalia and Kismayo itself. AU-UN IST PHOTO / STUART PRICE.



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SOMALIA, Kismayo: In a handout photograph released by the African Union-United Nations Information Support Team 02 October, soldiers of the Kenyan Contingent serving with the African Union Mission in Somalia (AMISOM), sit on a flat-bed truck as a convoy makes its way between the port of Kismayo and the city's airport. Kenyan AMISOM troops moved into and through Kismayo, the hitherto last major urban stronghold of the Al-Qaeda-affiliated extremist group Al Shabaab, on their way to the city's airport without a shot being fired following a two-month operation to liberate towns and villages across southern Somalia and Kismayo itself. AU-UN IST PHOTO / STUART PRICE.







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SOMALIA, Kismayo: In a handout photograph released by the African Union-United Nations Information Support Team 02 October, soldiers of the Kenyan Contingent serving with the African Union Mission in Somalia (AMISOM), sit on a flat-bed truck as a convoy makes its way between the port of Kismayo and the city's airport. AU-UN IST PHOTO / STUART PRICE.



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SOMALIA, Kismayo: In a handout photograph released by the African Union-United Nations Information Support Team 02 October, Lt. Col. Hassan Aden, Battle Group 9 Commander of the Kenyen Contingent serving with the African Union Mission in Somalia (AMISOM), addresses his troops following the capture of Kismayo Airport. AU-UN IST PHOTO / STUART PRICE.


Dave76

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SOMALIA, Kismayo: In a handout photograph taken 02 October by the African Union-United Nations Information Support Team and released 03 October, a soldier from the Kenyan Contingent of the African Union Mission in Somalia (AMISOM) sits inside an armoured personnel carrier during an advance on the Somali port city of Kismayo. Kenyan AMISOM troops moved into and through Kismayo, the hitherto last major urban stronghold of the Al-Qaeda-affiliated extremist group Al Shabaab yesterday, on their way to the city's airport without a shot being fired following a two-month operation to liberate towns and villages across southern Somalia and Kismayo itself. Al Shabaab, the once feared and brutal extremist group, has lost a succession of strategic towns and villages across Somalia to AMISOM and Somali National Army (SNA) forces in sustained operations against them since they withdrew from fixed positions in the capital Mogadishu in August of 2011. AU-UN IST PHOTO / STUART PRICE.



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SOMALIA, Kismayo: In a handout photograph taken 02 October by the African Union-United Nations Information Support Team and released 03 October, soldiers of the Somali National Army (SNA) watch from the roadside as a convoy carrying troops from the Kenyan Contingent of the African Union Mission in Somalia (AMISOM) begins an advance on the Somali port city of Kismayo. AU-UN IST PHOTO / STUART PRICE.



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SOMALIA, Kismayo: In a handout photograph taken 02 October by the African Union-United Nations Information Support Team and released 03 October, troops from the Kenyan Contingent of the African Union Mission in Somalia (AMISOM) sit on the back of a flat-bed military truck as they begin an advance on the Somali port city of Kismayo. AU-UN IST PHOTO / STUART PRICE.



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SOMALIA, Kismayo: In a handout photograph taken 02 October by the African Union-United Nations Information Support Team and released 03 October, soldiers of the Somali National Army (SNA) are seen riding on the back of a machine-gun-mounted battle wagon as they join troops from the Kenyan Contingent of the African Union Mission in Somalia (AMISOM) ahead of an advance on the Somali port city of Kismayo. Kenyan AMISOM troops moved into and through Kismayo, the hitherto last major urban stronghold of the Al-Qaeda-affiliated extremist group Al Shabaab yesterday, on their way to the city's airport without a shot being fired following a two-month operation to liberate towns and villages across southern Somalia and Kismayo itself. Al Shabaab, the once feared and brutal extremist group, has lost a succession of strategic towns and villages across Somalia to AMISOM and Somali National Army (SNA) forces in sustained operations against them since they withdrew from fixed positions in the capital Mogadishu in August of 2011. AU-UN IST PHOTO / STUART PRICE.



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SOMALIA, Kismayo: In a handout photograph taken 02 October by the African Union-United Nations Information Support Team and released 03 October, fighters of the Ras Kimboni Brigade, a Somali government-allied militia are seen riding on the back of a machine-gun-mounted battle wagon as they join troops from the Kenyan Contingent of the African Union Mission in Somalia (AMISOM) ahead of an advance on the Somali port city of Kismayo. AU-UN IST PHOTO / STUART PRICE.



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SOMALIA, Kismayo: In a handout photograph taken 02 October by the African Union-United Nations Information Support Team and released 03 October, fighters of the Ras Kimboni Brigade, a Somali government-allied militia are seen in thicket on the back of a machine-gun-mounted battle wagon as they wait to join troops from the Kenyan Contingent of the African Union Mission in Somalia (AMISOM) ahead of an advance on the Somali port city of Kismayo. AU-UN IST PHOTO / STUART PRICE.



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SOMALIA, Kismayo: In a handout photograph taken 02 October by the African Union-United Nations Information Support Team and released 03 October, troops from the Kenyan Contingent of the African Union Mission in Somalia (AMISOM) sit on the back of a flat-bed military truck as they form-up in the early morning ahead of an advance on the Somali port city of Kismayo. AU-UN IST PHOTO / STUART PRICE.



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SOMALIA, Kismayo: In a handout photograph taken 02 October by the African Union-United Nations Information Support Team and released 03 October, troops from the Kenyan Contingent of the African Union Mission in Somalia (AMISOM) are seen on the back of a flat-bed military truck as they form-up in the early morning ahead of an advance on the Somali port city of Kismayo. AU-UN IST PHOTO / STUART PRICE.



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SOMALIA, Kismayo: In a handout photograph taken 02 October by the African Union-United Nations Information Support Team and released 03 October, troops from the Kenyan Contingent of the African Union Mission in Somalia (AMISOM) sit on the back of a flat-bed military truck as they form-up in the early morning ahead of an advance on the Somali port city of Kismayo. AU-UN IST PHOTO / STUART PRICE.



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SOMALIA, Kismayo: In a handout photograph taken 02 October by the African Union-United Nations Information Support Team and released 03 October, troops from the Kenyan Contingent of the African Union Mission in Somalia (AMISOM) sit on the mid-section of a military truck as they form-up in the early morning ahead of an advance on the Somali port city of Kismayo. AU-UN IST PHOTO / STUART PRICE.



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SOMALIA, Kismayo: In a handout photograph taken 02 October by the African Union-United Nations Information Support Team and released 03 October, troops from the Kenyan Contingent of the African Union Mission in Somalia (AMISOM) form-up in the early morning ahead of an advance on the Somali port city of Kismayo. AU-UN IST PHOTO / STUART PRICE.



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SOMALIA, Kismayo: In a handout photograph taken 02 October by the African Union-United Nations Information Support Team and released 03 October, a gunner from the Kenyan Contingent of the African Union Mission in Somalia (AMISOM) looks through binoculars during an advance on the Somali port city of Kismayo. AU-UN IST PHOTO / STUART PRICE.
Kreuz As
ZITAT(Dave76 @ 5. Oct 2012, 20:35) *
HK11E.


Das ist kein HK11 sondern ein G3.



Dave76
^ Joa, hatte da was in meiner Erinnerung durcheinander gebracht.
Nite
Alles zu Piraten, AKs und Salzwasser ist nun hier zu finden.

Nite
(Mod Waffenforen)
Dave76

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Israeli security officers secure the area during clashes with stone-throwing Palestinian protesters outside al-Aqsa mosque in the compound known to Muslims as Noble Sanctuary and to Jews as Temple Mount in Jerusalem's Old City October 5, 2012. Israeli police hurled stun grenades to disperse dozens of protesters outside the mosque, Islam's third holiest site, after Friday prayers. Tensions flared this week at the site after police arrested Israeli ultranationalists who tried to hold prayers at the compound revered by Jews as well as Muslims. REUTERS/Ammar Awad



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Israeli policemen charge during clashes with stone-throwing Palestinian protesters outside al-Aqsa mosque on the compound known to Muslims as Noble Sanctuary and to Jews as Temple Mount in Jerusalem's Old City October 5, 2012. Israeli police hurled stun grenades to disperse dozens of the protesters outside the mosque, Islam's third holiest site, after Friday prayers. Tensions flared this week at the site after police arrested Israeli ultranationalists who tried to hold prayers at the compound revered by Jews as well as Muslims. REUTERS/Ammar Awad



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Israeli policemen guard an alley after clashes erupted outside al-Aqsa mosque on the compound known to Muslims as Noble Sanctuary and to Jews as Temple Mount in Jerusalem's Old City October 5, 2012. Israeli police hurled stun grenades to disperse dozens of protesters who threw stones outside the mosque, Islam's third holiest site, after Friday prayers. Tensions flared this week at the site after police arrested Israeli ultranationalists who tried to hold prayers at the compound revered by Jews as well as Muslims. REUTERS/Ronen Zvulun

Yamam (Spezialeinheit der israelischen Grenzpolizei Magav) & Yasam (quasi die israelische Bereitschaftspolizei)
Dave76

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U.S. Army Special Forces load a MH-60 Black Hawk to interdict a target vehicle, during the Special Forces Advanced Reconnaissance, Target Analysis, and Exploitation Techniques Course, John F. Kennedy Special Warfare Center and School on Fort Bragg, N.C., Aug. 28, 2012. (U.S. Army Photo by Sgt. Justin P. Morelli / Released)



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U.S. Special Forces (USSF) soldiers scan the ground below for threats while flying on a MH-60 Black Hawk during a Fast Rope Insertion Extraction System training exercise. USSF fast roped onto a specific target during the Special Forces Advanced Reconnaissance, Target Analysis, and Exploitation Techniques Course, John F. Kennedy Special Warfare Center and School on Fort Bragg, N.C., Aug. 28, 2012.



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A U.S. Special Forces (USSF) soldier scans the ground below for threats while flying on a MH-60 Black Hawk during a Fast Rope Insertion Extraction System training exercise.



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U.S. Special Forces (USSF) Soldiers scan the ground below for threats while flying on a MH-60 Black Hawk during a Fast Rope Insertion Extraction System training exercise. (U.S. Army Photo by Sgt. Justin P. Morelli / Released)





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U.S. Army Special Forces perform a Fast Rope Insertion Extraction System training exercise onto a specific target during the Special Forces Advanced Reconnaissance, Target Analysis, and Exploitation Techniques Course, John F. Kennedy Special Warfare Center and School on Fort Bragg, N.C., Aug. 28, 2012. (U.S. Army Photo by Sgt. Justin P. Morelli / Released)









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U.S. Army Special Forces interdict a target vehicle, after being air assaulted onto their objective, during the Special Forces Advanced Reconnaissance, Target Analysis, and Exploitation Techniques Course, John F. Kennedy Special Warfare Center and School on Fort Bragg, N.C., Aug. 28, 2012. (U.S. Army Photo by Sgt. Justin P. Morelli / Released)



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U.S. Army Special Forces prepare to load a MH-60 Black Hawk after fast roping onto a target, during the Special Forces Advanced Reconnaissance, Target Analysis, and Exploitation Techniques Course, John F. Kennedy Special Warfare Center and School on Fort Bragg, N.C., Aug. 28, 2012. (U.S. Army Photo by Sgt. Justin P. Morelli / Released)

SFARTEC ist der Kurs, welcher von designierten ODAs durchlaufen werden muss, um ihre Aufgaben als CIF durchführen zu können.


Dave76

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Lt. Col. Steven Soika (third from left), battalion commander of the 5th Battalion, 20th Infantry Regiment, appear with members of the Albanian special operations forces during Operation Southern Strike III in the village of Enjergay, Spin Boldak district, Kandahar province, Afghanistan, Sept. 3, 2012. The 5-20th Infantry is part of the 3rd Stryker Brigade Combat Team, 2nd Infantry Division. Soika is from Brunswick, Ohio. Photo by Staff Sgt. Katie Gray



Dave76

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VIRGINIA BEACH, Va. (September. 12, 2012) An EastCoast based U.S. Navy SEAL (Sea, Air, and Land) practices shooting drillsat the Naval Special Warfare Eagle Haven Indoor Shooting Range on JointExpeditionary Base Little Creek-Fort Story. “We continually train and hone ourskills to ensure we remain proficient enabling us to be prepared at a moment’snotice,” said an East Coast Based Navy SEAL. (U.S. Navy photo by MassCommunication Specialist 2nd Class William S. Parker/Released)



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An Afghan National Army Commando from the 2rd Company, 2nd Commando Kandak and Combined Joint Special Operations Soldiers prepare to engage enemy insurgents in Sayed Abad, Wardak province, Afghanistan on October 2. Coalition forces are currently conducting combat operations in the Maiden Shahr district, Wardak province to disrupt insurgent freedom of maneuver and safe havens in order to increase security and stability of the region. (U.S. Army photo by Spc. Brian Chaney/ Not Released)


Dave76

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Combined Joint Special Operations Task Force-Afghanistan (CJSOTF-A) members provide instruction during live fire range training in Bagram district, Parwan province Afghanistan, August 14. The training was conducted by CJSOTF-A personnel to maintain proficiency in weapons handling and marksmanship. (U.S. Navy photo by Chief Mass Communication Specialist Joel Cesar/ Not Released)



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A Combined Joint Special Operations Task Force-Afghanistan (CJSOTF-A) soldier practices hitting multiple targets during range training in Bagram district, Parwan province Afghanistan, August 14. Members of CJSOTF-A worked on their marksmanship and weapons handling during the training. (U.S. Navy photo by Chief Mass Communication Specialist Joel Cesar/ Not Released)





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A Combined Joint Special Operations Task Force-Afghanistan (CJSOTF-A) soldier works to hit the targets during range training in Bagram district, Parwan province Afghanistan, August 14. Members of CJSOTF-A worked on their marksmanship and weapons handling during the training. (U.S. Navy photo by Chief Mass Communication Specialist Joel Cesar/ Not Released)



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A member of Combined Joint Special Operations Task Force-Afghanistan (CJSOTF-A) scans the horizon while providing security during live-fire range training in Bagram district, Parwan province Afghanistan, August 14. The training was conducted by CJSOTF-A personnel to maintain proficiency in weapons handling and marksmanship. (U.S. Navy photo by Chief Mass Communication Specialist Joel Cesar/ Not Released)



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A member of Combined Joint Special Operations Task Force-Afghanistan (CJSOTF-A) manually feeds the last few rounds in the belt during live-fire range training in Bagram district, Parwan province Afghanistan, August 14. The training was conducted by CJSOTF-A personnel to maintain proficiency in weapons handling and marksmanship. (U.S. Army photo by SGT Cameron Christensen/ Not Released)





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A member of Combined Joint Special Operations Task Force-Afghanistan (CJSOTF-A) lines up a target during live-fire range training in Bagram district, Parwan province Afghanistan, August 14. The training was conducted by CJSOTF-A personnel to maintain proficiency in weapons handling and marksmanship. (U.S. Army photo by SGT Cameron Christensen/ Not Released)



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A Combined Joint Special Operations Task Force-Afghanistan (CJSOTF-A) soldier listens to instructions in preparation for live-fire range training in Bagram district, Parwan province Afghanistan, August 14. The training was conducted by CJSOTF-A personnel to maintain proficiency in weapons handling and marksmanship. (U.S. Army photo by SGT Cameron Christensen/ Not Released)



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A member of Combined Joint Special Operations Task Force-Afghanistan (CJSOTF-A) loads his weapon in preparation for live-fire range training in Bagram district, Parwan province Afghanistan, August 14. The training was conducted by CJSOTF-A personnel to maintain proficiency in weapons handling and marksmanship. (U.S. Army photo by SGT Cameron Christensen/ Not Released)



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Members of Combined Joint Special Operations Task Force-Afghanistan (CJSOTF-A) prepare to participate in live-fire range training in Bagram district, Parwan province, Afghanistan, August 14. The training was conducted by CJSOTF-A personnel to maintain proficiency in weapons handling and marksmanship. (U.S. Army photo by SGT Cameron Christensen/ Not Released)
Dave76
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SIKU, Holstebro: Medlemmer af Forsvarsudvalget, Interforce og kursister på forsvarschefens sikkerhedspolitiske kursus (SIKU) blev stillet i samme situation som enhver fører i Afghanistan hader at skulle løse – men er tvunget til at gøre det.
Ved hærens demonstration under SIKU 2012 gav Jægerkorpset også et indblik i, hvordan det opererer. Scenariet var en gidselsituation.
Fotograf: Heri Hammer Niclasen, HOK

Dänische Spezialkräfte des Jægerkorpset während einer Vorführung.



















Dave76
Geiselrettungsdemonstration durch Spezialkräfte des niederländischen (NL) MARSOF M-Squadrons (UIM) während der Wereldhavendagen in Rotterdam im September 2012:



























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