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Ce apucaturi gay la potrivit pantalonii cu vestonul... in rest puscoacea arata inspaimantator...

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De cate ori vad chestii similare cu Land Warrior and stuff, imi aduc aminte de Battle of Yonkers.

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PRIMUL RAZBOI MONDIAL

 

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The interior of an armored train car, Chaplino, Dnipropetrovs'ka oblast, Ukraine, in the spring of 1918. At least nine heavy machine guns are visible, as well as many ammunition cases.

 

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A German communications squad behind the Western front, setting up using a tandem bicycle power generator to power a light radio station in September of 1917.

 

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British Medium Mark A Whippet tanks advance past the body of a dead soldier, moving to an attack along a road near Achiet-le-Petit, France, on August 22, 1918. The Whippets were faster and lighter than previously deployed British heavy tanks.

 

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A German soldier rubs down massive shells for the 38 cm SK L/45, or "Langer Max" rapid firing railroad gun, ca. 1918. The Langer Max was originally designed as a battleship weapon, later mounted to armored rail cars, one of many types of railroad artillery used by both sides during the war. The Langer Max could fire a 750 kg (1,650 lb) high explosive projectile up to 34,200 m (37,400 yd).

 

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A British false tree, a type of disguised observation post used by both sides.

 

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An experimental Red Cross vehicle designed to protect the wounded while gathering them from trenches during World War I, ca. 1915. The narrow wheels and low clearance would likely make this design ineffective in the chaotic and muddy front line landscape.

 

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Western front, loading a German A7V tank onto a railroad flat car. Fewer than a hundred A7Vs were ever produced, the only tanks manufactured by Germany that they used in the war. German troops did manage to capture and make use of a number of allied tanks, however.

 

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False horses, camouflage to allow snipers a place to hide in no-man's land.

 

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Derelict tanks lie strewn about a chaotic battlefield at Clapham Junction, Ypres, Belgium, ca. 1918.

 

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Americans setting up a French 37mm gun known as a "one-pounder" on the parapet of a second-line trench at Dieffmattch, Alsace, France, where their command, the 126th Infantry, was located, on June 26, 1918.

 

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American troops aboard French-built Renault FT-17 tanks head for the front line in the Forest of Argonne, France, on September 26, 1918.

 

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A German aviator's suit is equipped with electrically heated face mask, vest, and fur boots. Open cockpit flight meant pilots had to endure sub-freezing conditions.

 

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British Mark I tank, apparently painted in camouflage, flanked by infantry soldiers, mules and horses.

 

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The Holt gas-electric tank, the first American tank, in 1917. The Holt did not get beyond the prototype stage, proving too heavy and inefficient in design.

 

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German officers with an armored car, Ukraine, Spring of 1918.

 

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New Zealand troops and the tank "Jumping Jennie" in a trench at Gommecourt Wood, France, on August 10, 1918.

 

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German troops load gas projectors. Attempting to exploit a loophole in international laws against the uses of gas in warfare, some German officials noted that only gas projectiles appeared to be specifically banned, and that no prohibition could be found against simply releasing deadly chemical weapons and allowing th wind to carry it to the enemy.

 

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he original caption reads: "The Italian collapse in Venezia. The heedless flight of the Italians to the Tagliamento. Captured heavy and gigantic cannon in a village behind Udine. November 1917". Pictured is an Obice da 305/17, a huge Italian howitzer, one of fewer than 50 produced during the war.

 

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A British-made Mark IV tank, captured and re-painted by Germans, now abandoned in a small wood.

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Sunt uimit de cat de mult gear vestic au rusii. Si in pozele din Crimeea si in cele de mai sus vezi Aimpoint-uri, Eotech-uri, PEQ-uri, lanterne Surefire si paturi Magpul. M-as fi asteptat sa foloseasca mai mult gear de-al lor gen dot-uri Kobra.

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De la ultima amenintare cu bmb din Stockholm mai jos sunt cei din Nationella Insatsstyrkan (National Task Force)

 

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Si SWAT-ul lor (Piketen)

 

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MARSOC Advanced Sniper Training Course near Jacksboro, Texas

 

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Domnilor ASTA e face paint nu doua dungi sub ochi cum se poarta pe la noi.

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Domnilor ASTA e face paint nu doua dungi sub ochi cum se poarta pe la noi.

Ai văzut tu cum se "machiază" FS din România, sau faci referire la Airsoft ?

Că este o diferență... totuși !

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Bundeswehr Exercises

 

Soldiers of the Long Range Reconnaissance Patrol of the German Armed Forces

 

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Quick Reaction Force (QRF) of the German Armed Forces

 

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Faur, poarta 4: niște troleibuze, venite pentru ITP...

 

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