>speaking japanese (and making sushi)
I'm waiting for a German dub, by then I can hopefully read moon well enough to have it fan-subbed in Japanese.
Coincidentally, did the last Godzilla movie come out in Japanese? It feels wrong watching it in English.
No idea. You'd think after a decade of war against baters children would have learned not to be such fucking naive morons. And worst of all she has actually passed the pilot course somehow with that attitude.
I was confused why is this not based in Nazi Germany, but in German Democratic Germany. It would fit more nicely.
Also that MI-8 looks bloody ridiculous next to those mechs. At least put a thruster on it or something.
Simply remember "Heldensagen vom Kosmosinsel".
I mean, it's close, and there possibly even was a lot of effort behind it, but it's still so wrong it would make any German cringe on spot.
feel free to show me a real logical example for this.
alone the word "Schwarzes" doenst exist. except maybe for a black dress. lol
black goods are schwarzwaren or schwarze waren.
get your language right, Ali.
Precisely. Though it wouldn't be the case for Schwarzesmarken, as the "s" is already present from "Schwarzes". Then again, this is just an unlikely explanation and the title probably means nothing.
schwarzes is an adjective not a noun. in your example it refers to "das schwarze Etwas".
my german teacher would cringe if he read your shit.
maybe you should take some german lessons again.
>my german teacher
>learning German right now
>already trying to correct actual Germans
You are leaning out of the window so far I'm not sure you are still holding on to the windowsill.
As in if you're a casualty that's been brought in to a field hospital a doctor will place a tag(mark) on you.
A black tag(mark) signifies that your injuries are too significant and any care given to you would not help so you're left to die.
Case in point, in Ep.1 they did not help the inf on the ground later on they even ignored a distress signal, solidifying their name.
In the VN opening scene the inf make the remark that they won't be saved since they've been given the Schwarzesmarken"黒の宣告"
The way that this nickname is set up is already foreign to the German language.
You don't name somebody for the black tags that other people might get through their negligence. You name them for their negligence. A German word that might describe them might be Kameradenschwein but it's much too weak.
who said you cant turn it into a noun?
you just cant connect it with another noun like Essensmarken aka Marken für Essen lol
But I guess you think Marken für Schwarzes makes perfect sense.
Ah ok now I get it. It's about Verletztenanhängekarten. And the schwarze Farbkarte means a dead patient. There we have it folks the correct title they should have used:
>"Verletztenanhängekarten mit schwarzen Farbkarten"
>who said you cant turn it into a noun?
>alone the word "Schwarzes" doenst exist
>schwarzes is an adjective not a noun. in your example it refers to "das schwarze Etwas".
Fuck all haters.
As an anime-only fag, this series is definitely among the AOTS for me, besides that NTR show.
Lots of abuse of the useless moeblob.
Yeah, she's a good-ish pilot who learns fast, but their attitude isnt needed on the grim-dark battlefield.
Hell, she's such a liability due to that attitude that even the Commissar needs to go length to protect her from getting BLAMed by the Stasi MP. Just think about that for a moment.
She's a trained pilot who's good at killing baters and gets a string of terrible luck in everything else.
>their attitude isnt needed on the grim-dark battlefield.
Wrong. It's cheery attitudes like hers that they need, not edgemistresses like Beatrix.
I love how this anime is doing so many things right, despite being pretty japanese/culturalist as it can get.
The amount of historical and cultural references in this show makes me think that the SM devs actually know what they are doing and are purposely changing things to make shit more grimderp.
The German was alright this episode.
Wasnt some German /m/anchild working with Cookie?
You forget that the real killer is still Based Grad and his Tovaritchii.
Katia is cute.
I want to make her go purrpurr like a Блины-кот.
Not if what he means is just the general action of jumping around for no particular reason, and then using "vor einem Zug" as the static location for the act rather than the action of jumping right in front of the train. I have no idea why anyone would do that, but grammatically it would be completely correct in such a case.
"Springen" is not normally used without a direction.
>Spring auf und ab.
But pretty much never just
The only instance where you'd hear that is if somebody threw a hand grenade at your team and you just wanted everybody to dive out of the vicinity.
Especially when normal attack helos would work just as well, if not better for the role in which the mechs are primarily employed in. While also being easier to build and train pilots for.
Building high-end military equipment is expensive. You can't afford to build anything if you don't have the budget. So what you should do is build stuff that impresses the people and raises support for your army - thus increasing your budget.
When you're fighting the very survival of not only yourself, but also all of mankind against a non-human threat, you already have an unlimited military budget. So why bother building dumb flashy mechshit, when you can build 3-4x as many equally effective attack helos?
>When you're fighting the very survival of not only yourself, but also all of mankind against a non-human threat, you already have an unlimited military budget.
That's not going to convince Germans, mate.
Enjoy your guns that don't shoot and planes that don't fly.
Now, correct me, if I'm wrong, but shouldn't that be "steht"?
"Eine Abteilung steht zur Ausführung zur Verfügung." -> "Zur Ausführung steht eine Abteilung zur Verfügung."
"stehen" is definitely wrong, though, yeah.
...also no one would ever use "involvieren".
That verb is commonly used in English, but rarely in German.
OH SCHAUT HER, ES SIND DIE TAKTISCHEN ZWEIBEINIGEN BODEN-LUFT/LUFT-BODEN GESTÜTZTEN JADGMASCHINEN DES MINISTERIUMS FÜR STAATSSICHERHEIT DER DEUTSCHEN DEMOKRATISCHEN REPUBLIK
>Not going to convince the Germans
Bullshit, you'd have a harder time convincing Germans to waste money on flashy, untested, and impractical giant humanoid mechs. Besides, you're already engaged in total war with an inhuman opponent who threatens your very existence, who the fuck is going to argue against spending more money on the military. Especially when you're also losing this war.
Mechs are dumb and overdone. Tanks and attack helicopters are underrated and way cooler.
The VN, much like the anime, is shit. Which makes sense, because so are mechs.
It's also interesting to note that in every series where that features mechs as an important military weapon has to portray tanks and helicopter as far less effective than they actually are, how else can they make the mechs look like a good idea otherwise?
>Now, correct me, if I'm wrong, but shouldn't that be "steht"?
That would be the correct grammar in the sentence we were discussing. However, if you read my post (and the one I responded to), we were discussing imperative, and that's "stehe".
It would be easier to understand if you phrased it like "Es stehe eine Abteilung zur Verfügung".
Of course, imperative has no place in that statement, particularly not one that's as old-fashioned as "Es stehe".
You translated it badly.
"Jump in front of a train" makes perfect sense in English and even means exactly what the original anon wanted to say.
"Jump into a train" on the other hand means something else entirely.
Trust me, it's A LOT less painful than listening to a Japanese trying to pronounce German.
English has so many words and so few rules.
German has so few words and so many rules.
Germans reuse the same handful of verbs for just about everything, and they combine their nouns to ever new "words".
That's because English is basically a whore that slept with whatever language they came in contact with, just look up the source of English vocabulary, it's a bunch from the germanic roots, Scandinavian from the Viking conquest, French from the Norman Conquest, Latin from the Christianisation, ....
German, for the most part, kept true to itself, and flirted with its one true love, Latin, whenever it's trying to sound intellectual and pretentious.
Now, the verdict on this is unclear, but I think the one thing we can all agree on is that Latin is best girl.
Well, of course I would never use a preposition to end a sentence up with, because it might be difficult to make sense out of, and, after all, what would I want to use a preposition to finish a sentence that you cannot make any sense out of up with for?
>be 3/4th German
>born in Germany
>raised by German Mom + Grandparents
>refused to learn German when I was younger
>too lazy now
Man I could have read the text on the computer, I missed out.
Maybe you didn't notice yet, but half the words you know are actually from the same few families.
Aufgeben, abgeben, umbgeben, vergeben, übergeben, nachgeben, untergeben, angeben, begeben, wiedergeben, vorgeben, ausgeben, eingeben ...
Warum können wir uns nicht einfach alle drauf einigen dass "Schwarzes" als Wort existiert aber dass "Schwarzesmarken" einfach nur falsch ist?
>It's also interesting to note that in every series where that features mechs as an important military weapon has to portray tanks and helicopter as far less effective than they actually are, how else can they make the mechs look like a good idea otherwise?
How the fuck are they not far less effective than a fucking mech?
Tanks would get completely crushed by ground BETA, helicopters might do okay but when you need larger ammunition that shit ain't going to fit on a chopper.
The mobility of the mechs is what makes them superior in MLA.
Quite another question: gentlemen, a short view back to the past. Thirty years ago, Niki Lauda told us ‘take a monkey, place him into the cockpit and he is able to drive the car.’ Thirty years later, Sebastian told us ‘I had to start my car like a computer, it’s very complicated.’ And Nico Rosberg said that during the race – I don’t remember what race – he pressed the wrong button on the wheel. Question for you both: is Formula One driving today too complicated with twenty and more buttons on the wheel, are you too much under effort, under pressure? What are your wishes for the future concerning the technical programme during the race? Less buttons, more? Or less and more communication with your engineers?
>Expecting Slav to lay down and die and not kill you
Get fucked anon at least they aren't pussies unlike the West
Listen I don't know if you had 100% control of yourself and your ambitions when you were young but I sure as hell didn't.
We moved to Italy when I was 4, and I didn't learn Italian.
If I could tell myself to learn German when I was younger I would, but now I'm too lazy.
>HE MOVED TO ANOTHER COUNTRY AND DIDN'T EVEN BOTHER TO LEARN THEIR LANGUAGE EITHER
holy fucking shit
>German, for the most part, kept true to itself, and flirted with its one true love, Latin
Only because they replaced the French and Latin words used at that time with new German words.
When the programming can drive the car better than the human, they will secretly have the car be controlled by the computer while the human makes a big show out of turning the wheel and pretending to be in charge.
It'll be as real as pro wrestling.
Thanks. Your Italian children are crazy though, this girl who lived near us stole my hat and necklace when I told her I was moving away.
but why have many germans white hair/silver hair?
Isn't that already partially introduced with shit like traction control?
The question is more WHEN it will happen than IF.
I mean, this is practically like from the perspective of a 1900 person that machines will be able to play chess better than humans.
I don't know, but silver hair on 2D girls is a miracle of the universe.
Sadly there's not enough of them.
As long as someone like Tama-chan is spicing everything up I'm not opposed to the idea.
Ich weiß immer noch nicht was Schwarzesmarken heißen soll, aber es klingt cool. Die deutsche Fan-Synchro klingt so scheiße, da haben ja die Darsteller von Berlin Tag Und Nacht und Co. mehr Emotion in der Stimme als diese scheiß Synchronsprecher.
UND WARUM BESCHWERT SICH DEUTSCHLAND DASS WIR 4 FUCKING TYPHOONS ALS AUKFLÄRUNGSFLUGZEUGE RUNTERSCHICKEN.
WARUM HABEN WIR NICHT SO WAS COOLES WIE DIE ALTEN MIGS ODER NE BERKUT ODER NEN GOTTVERDAMMTEN RAPTOR.
>UND WARUM BESCHWERT SICH DEUTSCHLAND DASS WIR 4 FUCKING TYPHOONS ALS AUKFLÄRUNGSFLUGZEUGE RUNTERSCHICKEN.
Because it's a war that cannot be won against parties that the west armed, trained and unleashed.
yes indeed they are
That clears things up
She sounds like she's reading a poem while constipated, and you can almost hear her thinking "what the fuck am I reading"?
Because you don't understand shit about modern tanks and attack helicopters.
It's not WWII anymore where tanks take 60s to fully rotate their turret and travel at a max speed of 30km/h. Although even WWII not all tanks were even so handicapped. Furthermore, in general the biggest advantage of tanks in warfare IS their mobility. Besides, you cleverly ignore how all the money wasted on engineering useless mechs could be applied to engineering better tanks, namely by improving their mobility and firepower even more, so they can easily counter BETA. At it's most extreme you could use the same tech TSFs use to make tanks hover or fly and shit.
As for helicopters, many are already armed with 25mm and 30mm autocannons. NATO ones notably have access god-tier airburst, AP, and incendiary ammunition. Meanwhile Soviet ones can have a rate of fire of over 3000 rpm in some cases. Helicopters also have access to ATGMs, such as the AGM-114 Hellfire with a range of up to 8 km. There's also rockets such as the CRV-7 that was designed to knock out Warsaw Pact protected aircraft hangars, and then there's the Soviet's who have designed even more powerful rockets.
Sounds like a useless requirement to me. In extended melee combat the TSF will get overwhelmed by BETA and lose every time. Instead of wasting resources and space on adding a capacity for melee combat, you could just increase ammo capacity and let them fight for longer.
Most advanced TSFs oriented for anti-BETA warfare or hive infiltration like Takekazuchi or Berkut use fixed to frame armaments to reduce the space used by melee weapons.
Soviets dropped blades at all for chainsaws integrated in TSF wrist or ankles.
That, or you're attempting to infiltrate a Hive, where supply lines are understandably difficult to maintain.
The most reasonable doctrine should really be the American one, which is to NOT try to break into a full strength Hive with swords but instead to use WMDs (like G-bombs or nukes or the XG-70 before it was mothballed) to make the job much easier.
>Do I want a weapon that has the mobility and agileness of a human and then some?
>Or do I want a tank that is incredibly slow compared to the former and only has a horizontal turn radius to shoot?
Your weapon needs to be agile as fuck when there are 50000 tank class BETA
trying to jump on it and eat it, fort class stepping on it, and destroyer class ramming it and crushing it.
American speaking English.
>Human tanks can defeat this one in a hive
Yeah, maybe a hovering super-tank equipped with multiple gun-mounts and with thrusters for instant 360 degrees maneuvering would be useful.
>The main threat from the BETA are laser class.
>So we'll design a weapon with a massive vertical profile to maximize it's vulnerability to laser class!
Nice try. Also, you forget that you can you can apply TSF tech to tanks to make them even agile and mobile as fuck, like I said you even make them hover/fly if you wanted. Also, a tank chassis is simply superior to a humanoid one when it comes to bearing a load and lowering ground pressure, which means it can carry more weight than a similarly sized humanoid mech. This means it's more agile based off a power/weight ratio, then you can just give it the same anime-magic jetback booster that TSFs use. Also It's easier/cheaper to build, repair, train crew on.
Dont forget the sea helicopters. They cant be used at sea, because of the non existing rust protection. Also the drone which costed 5 billions to develope and because of flight laws it couldnt be used.
>Muh bloody Stasi
>Muh inhumane socialism
>More blood to God the blood of Karl Marx
Can someone tweet this guy telling him that Balalaika was a real nickname for the MiG-21 that even Wikipedia knows about? I can't be arsed to make a Twitter account just to tell someone off on planefag history.
I liked the memes better when everyone said we were evil nazis instead of retards with broken military equipment and open doors
This does all those except hover, good enough?
Pretty much. But XG-70 seems to be too large and expensive.
Something like a Baneblande, but capable of flying like a helicopter/quad-copter would be great.
Still need to build literally thousands of them to send them into a hive. And that's after having cleared path with tactical nukes.
How larger? It's already huge when compared to a human.
You will want a number of CIWS turrets, multiple main-turrets, different weapons for different roles (fast firing guns, high penetration guns, siege guns, directed energy weapons etc) as well as Anti-Tank-class ERA/Claymore mines. Also, it needs to be huge enough to carry enough ammo to last a while.
A flying baneblade would be the best.
As someone who both read though the MuvLuv trilogy and knows a bit about W40K - the only thing that would prevent a baneblade from completely annihilating an entire hive is that it'd run out of ammo after a while.
Tanks aren't supposed to have many guns. Guns are weak points. If you add that many guns, you don't need that much armor. Remove it and you cease to be a tank.
If you want to go someplace where you want to deal damage in all directions but still be able to suffer lots of damage - send a fucking nuke.
Nah, a baneblade needs the ability to at least perform NOE-hovering and short-jumps. BETA are fast as fuck and hugging the ground in just two dimensions is basically your death warrant.
These fucks crawl the walls and ceilings before they just drop on your head to eat your guts.
Good thing about a flying Baneblade is that it basically needs no armor. It just need to be fast, mobile in all dimensions, and have a lot of guns to cover all directions. Protection should be active - as in anti-Tank-class ERA or the ability to set its own surface on fire (but I doubt it helps).
Who needs Baneblades when you have an ACU.
You are watching the wrong stuff, anon. You want burgerland entertainment.
An ACU lets you outspam the BETA with Monkeylords.
A baneblade is basically just a massive superheavy tank with way stronger armor and weapons than any other model. Baneblades are pretty rare and the imperial guard sends them to battles they really can't afford to lose.
Anyway, this anon might be correct
I think a Baneblade would probably not have a problem against BETAs on a 2 dimensional battlefield, but in a hive the 3 dimensional battlefielt might indeed be a problem for it.
Well, it's similar to English in that regard, except it's more supported by the grammar.
Des Colonel's zwei frittierte Hühnchen is grammatically unambiguous even when you speak it out. (I added a two to make it ambiguous in English, it might now sound like the colonel is two fried chickens).
There's also another way to do it. It's old-fashioned but it sounds cool. "Des" is Genitiv and works splendidly and is sublime in its subtlety. Unfortunately not every German has mastered it.
>Reg's eleven secret herbs
Let me replace Reg with Franz. (because I need that Z at the end). There is an old-fashioned way to denote ownership that I really like.
Franzens elf geheime Kräuter.
Another nagging point: "The Stasi" isnt an official term. Sure, it is used by a lot of people - but mostly those who opposse the Stasi or fear them. It is basically a semi-swearword born from an inofficial acronym.
In that episode, the Stasi called themselves Stasi, instead of their actual name "Ministerium for Staatssicherheit" (Ministry for State-Security) or just "Staatssicherheit" (State Security).
It's a bit weird to hear Beato and Axman calling themselves Stasi-officers all the time. It is as if a National Socialist would call himself a Nazi, or an American calling himself a Burgerfat.
The answer is always simple: Nuclear powered flying tank with directed energy weapons.
It will basically need no immediate logistics, has an unlimited operational radius, and unlimited ammunition.
It will basically be such an overpowered Hive-wrecker that the Superior-Overmind will immediately make all BETAs laser-proof and start growing wings.
That's the Redeemer super-unit from the addon, not the Avatar. The unit who could kill other units to upgrade itself with their weapons was the Avatar. The Redeemer was limited to one and could be stationed with infantry to upgrade it.
It's been a while since I've read the VN trilogy but wasn't the suit supposed to be resitant to impacts and shit? That kicking the shit out of her part at the beginning of the episode felt weird.
The parents of a friend of mine are teachers. Once when we were still in elementary school I visited him for dinner. I remember how I was talking about lots of nonsense (as is my habit) when I was suddenly interrupted. Then they congratulated me for my excellent grammar. I was so confused that I completely forgot what video game I was talking about.
Good goy, send multiple units at a redeemer.
Yeah, basically TSF are already what the ML-verse needs. It's just for the sake of the tank-autist and mecha-hater here to design a !notTSF fulfilling the same role while not being a humanoid mecha.
Remember that Warhammer40k is a science fiction universe where bombs exist that incinerate the athmosphere of an entire planet, Eldar craftsworld that make the deathstar look like a tennis ball and the Tyranids are basically the BETA on crack. And in that universe the baneblade is the most powerful superheavy tank.
I was half-expecting Colonel to be swapped out for Oberst. That aside, I thought using apostrophe-S to denote possession was a strictly English convention.
>I added a two to make it ambiguous in English
Any particular reason?
>I need that Z at the end
For personal preference or is it necessary? How would it be done without the Z?
Yes, I really need to get around to learning the language myself.
As a former 40k player, I ask of you:
Would you send a squadron of Baneblades into a Tyranid-infested area without mobile support?
I sure wouldn't; there are probably enough Carnifexes (as a Grappler equivalent) to beat them up, while Genestealer-equivalents (Tank-class BETA) are around to launch several assaults each turn and tear them apart with glancing blows.
As someone who appreciates the history of tank design, I like how the Baneblade (along with a bunch of other Imperial tanks) is largely based on the interbellum "battleship of the land" tank design madness, like the T-35 with its five turrets and huge crew.
For your reference, they figured out it wasn't practical fairly quickly, even before WW2 got started IRL.
Yup, it's supposed to. Probably a writing oversight.
So, XG-70 without the G-Element-based gear?
Too bad directed energy weapons haven't been developed yet in the Altverse, excluding XG-70 tech.
I think it's mostly the humanoid shape they have issues with.
What they generally don't recall is that flexible limbs can help a lot with absorbing shocks while landing (since you can't have unlimited ammo) and the designs are based on worker units they had on the Moon.
>And in that universe the baneblade is the most powerful superheavy tank.
Except it isn't. It's just one in the Imperium's stable of superheavy designs.
The most powerful ground units in 40k are either bases on tracks or giant walkers.
>I was half-expecting Colonel to be swapped out for Oberst.
I'm not overly familiar with military terms. So I tried to play it safe.
>I thought using apostrophe-S to denote possession was a strictly English convention.
Yeah, you got me. I haven't written in German since 2010. At least I still get some verbal practice with my family.
>Any particular reason?
Just to point out that German is not ambiguous where English is.
>For personal preference or is it necessary? How would it be done without the Z?
It's really just a fancy way of adding an S. Most endings allow you to add an S just like that. Where they don't, you usually go "es".
Example. "Des Hauses Vordertür". (the front door of the house)
>The most powerful ground units in 40k are either bases on tracks or giant walkers.
I specifically said most powerful tank to exclude things like titans, I don't consider those tanks.
We don't know what was considered what in the dark ages because all that fluff has been written and rewritten about a dozen times over. Yes, at some point Leman Russes were thought to have been mere tractors in the dark age of technology, but now it's so vague and unclear that it's basically pointless to argue one way or the other.
The line itself is correct. The delivery might make sense in context too.
But before that point everything was dramatic messages about immediate danger to people's lives.
The line itself means "Don't do it. Otherwise we'll all die."
Yeah, now we only need to think about how to accomplish that technical feat with late 70s and early 80s technology.
Sure, the TSF are really a stretch, but considering that the fluff has it that the Space Race was much more vicious in the Alt-verse, humanity had experience with humanoid walkers/exoskeletons for space-construction.
Last I played, I don't think the rage generator effects robotic units. Besides Mech Marines is the second cheapest T1 unit in the game. I could always use a Fatboy.
The Leman Russ was designed from a Standard Template Construct. The STC was some kind of super AI/database used to solve problems and design stuff for fledgling colonies. The basic principles behind the Leman Russ are Sturdy, Reliable, and easy to maintain for people who basically had 1950's tech. The result is a workhorse chassis that is easy to pump out and adapt to different equipment loadouts.
While there are many styles of production, a ridiculous amount of 40k is based on superstition and useless rituals that weaken the efficiency of their machines. Nothing cuts out the fluff and gets straight to the point the way a STC blueprint does.
Why is there no love for Iris?
Her pubes make her really a desirable girl and believable for the early 80s.
Germans differentiate between the sch (your sh), the soft ch and the hard ch. The ch in sechs is neither the soft nor the hard version. It's just a fancy k (like in English).
Asking as a curious non German speaking anon, were there any major vocabulary or other language differences between West and East Germany as a result of separation and cultural influences from USA/USSR respectively?
I read that there was an East German military magazine titled Volksarmee. I haven't been able to find anything on it, which is a shame because I'd like to gather some insight into their mindset.
Not nearly as big as the differences between normal German dialects. It was less than 50 years after all.
If you have a Saxon, a Bavarian and a Hamburger at the same table, the Hamburger will be speaking German (with some elongated vowels). The Saxon will have trouble speaking German and the Bavarian will speak something else entirely. All of these would be West Germans though.
The USSR really didnt mingle so much with the locals and their culture. From what my dad, who was Ossi, said, their soldiers were strictly confined in their barracks and never really got out. The normal DDR German hardly could see them, unlike with the americans who immediately went clubbing, bar-fighting, niggering and raping when they arrived here. Sure, the soviet rape is very well known, but it has to be said that it was only in the first few weeks after they have taken Germany. The Americans did it a lot more and with a longer period of time.
Trabbi cameo when.
Make the rocket a bit bigger and longer ranged.
Use Laser warning receivers to warn the pilot and pinpoints the laser class.
APS launches 3 projectiles. One distributes chaff and aluminium foil along the expected laser path.
The other 2 head for the laser class itself.
Mount boxes of a couple hundred on each TSF.
Problem mostly solved.
"Mark" has a couple of different meanings, e.g. border, so schwarzesmarken could be "black border", cause you know: the wall etc. (Yes, it´s not correct german, but it´s sounds catchy)
>UND WARUM BESCHWERT SICH DEUTSCHLAND DASS WIR 4 FUCKING TYPHOONS ALS AUKFLÄRUNGSFLUGZEUGE RUNTERSCHICKEN.
cause that´s nothing. It´s not an effort, it´s just a plain lie, that politicians tell others: "We are helping destroy ISIS". Our allies already have superb surveillance of the are (satellites, spyplanes, drones, special forces on the ground). We do something, by doing technically nothing.
>WARUM HABEN WIR NICHT SO WAS COOLES WIE DIE ALTEN MIGS ODER NE BERKUT ODER NEN GOTTVERDAMMTEN RAPTOR.
We sold our Migs for 1€ each to polan. Berkut (SU-47 ?) is an experimental jet. Raptor is to expensive, we need the money for the refugees.
2011 at Frankfurt Airport. 2 US-Soldiers killed, two wounded.
There were also a few bombing attempts, but they were either prevented by the police, or the bombs failed (Bonn Central station)
2011 at Frankfurt Airport. 2 US-Soldiers killed, two wounded.
There were also a few bombing attempts, but they were either prevented by the police, or the bombs failed (Bonn Central station)
Braunschweiger Karneval: canceled due to risk of terrorism
Demonstration in Dresden: canceled due to risk of terrorism
Soccer Match Germany vs. Netherlands: canceled
New years eve, Munich central station: evacuated