two can play at this game...on second thought it's not worth the effort.
Hey I found one! You don't see to many of the Japs not entirely winning.
>dat impending saber vs katana fight
I'm going to stop posting now
dumping based don troiani paintings
I'm going to start posting again. Why do you have to make threats like that?
Don was a bit off on this one, the marines would just wear a normal sack coat if fighting ashore. The blouse in the picture would have been too damn hot (the blouses would usually have substantial wool padding)
And they would wear the regulation blue pants, the white "ice cream" pants shown in the picture would only be worn as a dress uniform
Most glorious defeat in history
>not giving your battle buddy a blowjob before he dies
Thanks! Have some Aspern in return.
I'm done. I don't really care what happens to that enfield. There are only 8 pictures left anyway, someone else post them.
P-Please don't kill the enfield.
I don't have much but I'll give you all I have.
I got this from the reverse image search
>Garrison's heroic defence. Artist V. Pamfilov
Battle of 13 border guards with a Finnish detachment in the night from the 24th to the 25th of January 1940 at the border of the Murmansk province. In the aftermath of the battle 11 border guards were killed, 2 were severely wounded. Private Alexander Spekov, whom the Finns attempted to take prisoner, blew himself up with a handgrenade when the enemies approached him.
>that blowjob was so good i think i turned black
>rescuing hostages: early years
been a favorite reaction image of mine for some time.
76 images. Now why not send me that Enfield if you don't want it.
Let's not start this again.
For some reason I have a lot of Franco-Prussian war stuff, lets see.
here's some more combat art of this guy
I think this is the original in Edinburgh Castle, saw it back in 2010 'The Thin Red Line' I think
I wish they made more "modern" war art
These are nice, there are few pictures, paintings depicting long range combat.
> Powered my a nuclear reactor that pumped radiation where ever it went
> Would fly just above trees shooting out nukes
> Operational for years so we'll just leave it flying over the oceans spewing radiation
Best idea ever.
>doesn't know the britbongs have used both Colts and Diemacos + Lewis Machine rifles
nuclear thermal rockets don't give off radiation. At least no more than a typically reactor. If they can fit properly shielded reactors on submarines, there's no reason they cant put one in an aircraft.
Special Forces, maybe. Pathfinders are using it now. This image is probably based in the Gulf War, or Op Telic. They're issued Snatch's and are still wearing desert DPM, this implies that they should be using SA80's.
More Dutch age of sail pls
>If they can fit properly shielded reactors on submarines, there's no reason they cant put one in an aircraft.
Yes there is. Weight.
They weigh 650 tonnes at least, including shielding.
What size of plane can lift that and can the reactor still generate the lift for it.
The weight/lift ratio of nuclear air propulsion has never reached successful for aircraft.
planes do not lift from the thrust of their engines. iirc it took till after WW2 to get a plane with a thrust to weight ratio of greater than 1, which would be necessary to get all the lift you need from an engine. Planes get their lift from their wings.
That's not a saber, it's some kind of indigenous blade design that's actually pretty nifty and is still issued to PLA units. I wish i could remember the name of it but it's pretty badass, almost like an orc's cleaver or something.
From the wiki page
> Pneumatic motors necessary to control the reactor in flight had to operate while red-hot and in the presence of intense radiation.
> In order to reach ramjet speed, it would be launched from the ground by a cluster of conventional rocket boosters. Once it reached cruising altitude and was far away from populated areas, the nuclear reactor would be made critical.