War art thread. Lets share some Military Related Images. Ill start with Nachjagdgeschwader.
>asks for image thread
>starts with only one image
Step it up anon.
I have Nam Art, airplne art, modern middle east stuff, and 1700's ish art. Anything in specific you want
Nam, Aircraft, and some 1700s would be breddy gud
Turns out I don't have as much Nam art as I thought.
Thank you, I thought it was a poorly drawn F4
It is truly an amazing thing indeed,
it is weird how if your rifle is clean and oiled and has most of the the shit cleaned out of it, it works!
who would have though this.
call Guinness :^)
Battle of Leizig muthafuckers. Biggest battle that old Boney ever fought.
Yeah, but that was really less his fault and more the confusion amongst his sub commanders and the fact the largest army assembled under the most unified coalition the European continent had seen was trying to destroy him/
That, but still quite a memorable battle, it isn't very common, to have entire units switching sides in the middle of combat.
This is a good thread.
Dumping what I have, mostly soviet art.
Joachim Murat's charge at Eylau. Possibly the greatest cavalry charge of all time.
I know right? Fuckin hate that shit.
30 Years War.
That shit was cray.
>Holding 6 shot revolvers
>Versus 10 criminals
>Holding submachine guns and semi-automatic pistols
>Should have run out of bullets by now
>More dead criminals than bullets in gun
Pulsejets were so insanely simple to build, in fact they are much MUCH simpler than a piston engine. How did those dumbass humans not figure it out before the 1940s when pulsejets were totally made obsolete by turbine engines?
First of all, there are seven criminals, not ten.
There are four dead criminals, and each revolver holds six rounds, and there are two revolvers. That's twelve rounds, not including any spare rounds they may have. That's plenty of ammo to take the criminals.