Also, if someone knows the song to this webm I would really appreciate it
I feel like I could be a pilot..what are the requirements and the outlook for recruitment as one these days? I have 20/20 vision, am in the height range and oh I'll never go through with it.
"These guys are just children aren't they?"
"They're grown-ass men"
"Shoot his legs, don't kill him"
"Alright that's enough"
"The other one will throw a grenade"
"Alright 3 down"
"Stop shooting it's enough"
"Have you got the visuals? 2 with grenades, one with a rifle neutralized"
"Don't kill him"
"He'll croak on his own"
Didn't get some parts like radio chatter, but that's gist of it.
Who the fuck looks away from a clear line of sight of the enemy to taunt the camera like a 15 year old in TF2, hopped up on Mountain Dew and Doritos. What the fuck where these people trained to do? Catch bullets and fire rapidly in the general direction of the enemy? She's lucky she didn't catch one to the noggin if a miracle was pulled by (what I'm guessing are mudslimes) and they actually fullauto-ed a scrap of metal in her direction. By the off chance one had the mental capacity to aim for just a second.
Other than that this was a great webm.
Apache was literally getting swiss cheese'd getting shot by AK's
I saw multiple webm's of hind getting shot by strela, allahu akbar's were allahu akbaring, then the smoke clears and it's still in the air like nothing happened.
It's actually an assault chopper, it's comparable to those blackhawks with rocket pods, and Syria is one big training for RuAF, using old tech and rusty bombs.
I don't know, but in my country getting the "free" air force pilot school will require you sign a contract which has you working for the air force for at least 10 year once you're done with pilot school.
most hind pilots take out a lot of the passenger armor and prefer not to fly with a load of troops, so why not just make a newer version without that feature none of the pilots use? I mean I guess its kind of cool that they can land and rearm in the field if they have the munitions stowed, but again, its unnecessary
It's not utterly useless for what Russia needs at the moment, it's probably more economical to put money where it's most needed as of now and to use them as a troop transport/attack heli where needed, the spare parts, training, maintenance is already set up etc.
I'm not really clued up on all of this, but thought I'd chime into the convo.
NAF firing NSV at Donetsk Airport.
Islamists (not IS, most likely Nusra) vs SAA.
If he was a woman he would've been stoned at spot for not wearing a hijab.
No ISIS on that webm.
Welcome to Syrian rebels.
I believe it's Nusra vs SAA.
I presume it's TOW.
Haha, nice one!
UAF in airport. R.I.P. those guys
Not what you asked for, but here's some mossad action.
thanks for that mane, it was honestly pretty enlightening. I didn't really factor in the economy it offered, and fuck do they need it if they're going to continue with their definitely legitimate "peaceful annexation" of Ukrai--- I mean Crimea
I mean the citizens of Ukraine who want to choose their government, not having it being chosen for them by an overseas power. They also want their rights respected and are not afraid to stand for that.
That's implying that US gives a shit about Ukraine. All the NATO did was words, not deeds.
Russia annexed Crimea. Crymeariver Mr. Obama.
"Civil" war on the eastern fringes? What did anyone did about this?
I'm not going to dispute who is right and wrong in the conflict but all I know that US cares little about anything that is east from Germany.
God, that guys last moments must have fucking sucked, I can't even imagine how it feels to know that your death is right around the corner and theres nothing you can do about it as those God damn mudslimes stand around him screaming "Allah akbar!" and giggling about him struggling while bleeding to death/not being able to breath.
Ka-52 is a weird scout helicopter that's sometimes a gunship.
Mi-28 is a gunship tho but they only have 128 of those ( and like 80 kamovs all together)
In comparison, there is 2800 Mi-24
It seems funny that Russia is still perceived as a threat on the conventional battlefield. Their army isn't very professional, and their equipment is sub par, all they have is lots of nukes.
even if you knew the names of the guy with the knife, what are you going to do?
also, I once read on a different thread that it was the guy being killed is russian, and this was the second chechen war
In eastern Ukraine, rebels captured the positions of the radical nationalist group "Right Sector". They discovered a friendly dog with a bullet attached to its collar as a decoration.
The US and NATO need to pose someone as a threat to justify huge military spendings. No one is better candidate than Russia, the successor of the SU, the fear towards which was cultivated for decades.
Mujahedeen in Chechnya during the first Chechen war were responsible for the beheadings of the spetznaz seen here, but we can rejoice in knowing that the spetznaz found this video and was able to hunt down every single one of them
I suppose, but honestly, there doesn't seem to be a threat in the world that NATO can't beat in a conventional war. All the ching chongs do is drill and fill their conscripts heads with propaganda and the Russians just throw conscripts with shitty gear at everything
Can someone make a webm of this?
The red army wouldn't have made it to Berlin if Hitler just let the Wehrmacht bulldoze Moscow in the summer of 1941, then they wouldn't have been rekt at Stalingrad because they didn't have winter gear
if Hitler didn't need to keep bailing out Italy things definitely would have been different, but I just think it would have meant Russia getting steamrolled and the rest of the allies winning the war a few years after 1945
They didn't build a plane round it so much as just put wings and engines on the motherfucker and call it a plane and it was just so awesome it just lifted off. The A10 doesn't fly thanks to physics and science so much as just sheer blood & gut awesomeness, magic and maybe magnets.
That's the aftermath of the Battle of Ilovaisk. The guy hanging from the power line is a Ukrainian soldier who was blown up there when his BMP exploded. I think this was the convoy that was torn to pieces when they tried to break out of the encirclement.
The Wehrmacht was incapable of that. You can blame Hitler for pushing them to continue the advance on Moscow when his generals told him that the army needed to rest up, get resupplied and wait for spring before continuing. Although that would probably have resulted in defeat too since the Soviet army would have been prepared and probably gone all Kursk with the fortifications.
you're an imbecile..... His generals said that they could for sure just push straight to Moscow but Hitler just HAD to take out Stalingrad first because of pride and shit and that's why Moscow wasn't razed to the ground, keep in mind, I'm talking about very early in the campaign, around spring-summer 1941
not at all, if we ignore nuclear weapons. Even looking at nuclear weapons we all have enough to wipe everyone out anyways so no one is mad enough to use them even if they are only deployed "tactically"
I realize that's a bait but I'll say it anyway, for the sake of anyone who's interested. Donbass was the region that produced the most income for the Ukie economy before the assholes in the current Ukie govt decided to fuck it up. Donbass was highly industrialized (the very opposite of "rednecks") before the fuckers came and shelled the shit out of it. The "filthy separatists" are those exact people who worked on those factories and produced the said income. That was before they were made into enemies by the assholes currently ruling in Kiev. Thanks to them, the only things Ukraine currently exports are chicken (which doesn't sell in Europe because of poor sanitary) and, ironically, cotton wool. Glory to the Ukraine, indeed.
They weren't even separatists at first. They wanted to re-elect the local government and get greater autonomity from the center, possibly federalize, but remain a part of Ukraine. The were answered with the "anti-terror operation".
It's undeniably a good thing to overthrow the corrupt government by force, kill police, burn those who disagree alive in buildings, but when, after your victory, some other region wants to remove its own corrupt government in a more civilized manner and stop being sucked dry of money (being the donor region), it's "separatism". I smell some serios double standards here.
>third world economy
That would be a compliment.
I can imagine Kiev doing well though, being the city where taxes accumulate.
Not so well in other cities, some of which are literally being saved by Russia from freezing.
So you're saying the ukies started shelling the dindus BEFORE they sold out to the country thats been oppressing them until 1991? Honestly, I see their grievance as legitimate, but to just up and invite enemy soldiers into your country over it makes them absolute swine
The Germans took 100s of miles of land and captured millions of men in a matter of weeks. The soviets were completely unprepared and by the miracle of Hitler wanting to take Stalingrad first they survived the war, even then they survived it by pissing away way more soldiers than they needed to since Stalin just wiped out a bunch of his officers like it was no big deal before the war.
thats how you get ahead baby, the Japanese did something similar when they joined up with the allies in world war 1 and just took all of germany's shit in china and did nothing else
They are free to choose their destiny. If they chose to "sell" to the oppressor, imagine the worse oppressor they are trying to escape.
The shelling wouldn't have been needed if the govt did agree to negotiations. The escalation of the conflict is 100% Kiev's fault. If you value your citizens' lives / want to reunite with them / buy them over to your side with "european values" or whatever, you throw diplomats, not batallions at them.
The "seps" didn't march on Kiev, it's Kiev that marched on them.
The sanctions don't hurt much. If they haven't "sunk in" to this moment, then they won't ever "sink in".
There is a different reason why Russia's economy won't do good for a while, but that one reason is of purely economical nature.
We've got laughs from coast to sand
To make you smile
A real life look at each of you
To capture all that style
You're the red, white and black
The funny things you do
Syria, Syria this is you
Stories from your friends next door
They never told
You might be a star tonight
So let that camera roll
You're the red, white and black
Oh the funny things you do
Syria, Syira this is you
Ladies and gentlemen
They were beseiged in the basement of the control tower where they held defence for some time with no supply. Then they agreed to withdraw from the airport, effectively surrendering the airport to the rebels, and were let to leave.
Although I'm certainly hoping these durkas got eaten by wild pigs and shat out and rolled around in by more pigs, the reality of the war was pretty brutal on both sides.
Surrendering Chechen fighters also often went 'missing', and occasionally Chechen bodies showed up showing obvious signs of torture (missing tongues, ears, balls, dicks, noses).
This was sort of revenge...
With such loss of blood pressure to the head, you'd pass out in several seconds, and be effectively dead in a few seconds more... While conscious, you'd still be full of the terror of it all, I guess. Breathing is largely automatic, so you can still hear the wheezing as the windpipe is mixing with blood, and the legs twitching is a typical response to traumatic head injuries.
yeah, after a bunch of conscripts got rekt trying to storm and and the Russians decided to level the place because they didn't have a professional army that could even into urban warfare
And they'd get more exporting their tractor parts to Europe (and Russia) instead of just Russia, like Putin wants.
>"invite enemy soldiers"
>implying little green men weren't sent by Putin alone from day one to create an open scab for Europe that he can stick his fingers into at any point for the next decade or more to create instability at a finger click, when necessary
>Russia is literally a cancer-causing parasite
>MUH Slavic CIS!
>Shilling this hard
Wow. Go back to RT.
I've heard that if they do actually hit your position though, you're fucked. 14-48 rockets on each truck, and usually used in large numbers.
There's a massive amount of rockets raining down on you before you even know what's happening. In that way, assuming they hit their target, Katyusha's are superior to regular artillery.
No, you are completely wrong about everything about these.
Jesus how do you even get this kind of shit in your head to begin with. It's like you're stuck 60 years in the past.
1. Smoke plume doesn't matter because the vehicles are 50+km's from the impact site
2. Modern missiles have inertial guidance, GPS, and their own sensors to direct themselves in flight
3. The ones that don't are still accurate as fuck anyways
4. The fundamental design lets these things fire and move long before any counter-battery fire could hit back
5. They massively outrange conventional artillery
6. They carry larger payloads than conventional artillery
rocket artillery is pretty much hands down better than conventional artillery in every single way except cost, reliability, and sustained fire.
I mean, the chechens weren't going to win and they knew it. All they could really do was delay the russians with hostage takings and such, but that ultimately set the russian public against them in the end
The tl;dr of it is that while Turkey had a army of decent size, it was poorly trained and equipped, and the Allies wanted them to stay neutral to present a land barrier between Vichy Syria/Iraq (recall that Baathism was created in Berlin during WW2) and the rest of the Axis. And the Axis didn't attack Turkey because Germany had a non-aggression pact with them and they served as a place to buy trade goods that would otherwise be unavailable. (Soviet-Turkish relations were actually fairly warm and didn't deteriorate until Turkey joined the UN forces in Korea to resist unchecked Soviet imperialism.)
Your point is mostly right, but actually, the Japanese did actually send ships to Europe when the Brits were short on destroyers for patrol duities - a couple were even sunk in the Mediterranean.
Dont think that is the case in this video. The uniforms belong to an organized army. Regardless, if this is an execution video of U.S soldiers then they should know what they're up against. You drop bombs on them at night, of course they going to rip your head off. You want better treatment for invaders?
It wasn't so much about the whole "God damn mudslimes" thing and more about imagining how that guy felt in those last moments, and the angry rant part was because it got me pretty booty bothered
Do you even know what the video is about? No. Shut the fuck up.
Those are Russians. The allah-snackbars are Chechen rebels (it's not hard to buy uniforms). Chechnya is part of Russia.
Guys i have a video with a bunch of these war webm's put together and some other stuff i found around the web
how do i simply make it into a webm? just direct me to the best place and ill muck about with the settings and that until i find the quality and length that suits me
its basically just a flying rocket artillery battery. Cheap, inaccurate, and the damage isn't even very impressive on these 55mm rockets unless you hit what you're shooting at with a bunch of them. Even the gun its using is lack luster by today's standards since the same caliber gun is being run on fucking pickup trucks ISIS is using. They'd save a lot more money just putting the money for fuel for this thing into more rocket batteries
USAF is minimum 10 years, IF you get a pilot slot. It's WAAAAAY competitive now, not as much a need for pilots compared to 20-30 years. The whole process in ROTC is super political; going to all the social functions, meeting and getting the colones to know who you are when they visit, showing that you're gung-ho for the branch you're in.