Can we get military webms? Movies, games, real wars, anything military related.
some of us enjoy looking at these for various reasons.
>deploy regular infantry in an asset you have to recover instead of in a drop ship than can make multiple runs and evac soldiers if required
It was a shit movie and completely strayed from the books meaning, but god damn it was so bad it was good.
Miners were protesting, company didn't like that, call in corrupted police to make sure the miners are scattered and end the protest. They're still investigating the thing, and a lot of powerful people are connected so it's problably going to take a few more years.
Just another fucking day in Africa.
They never did.
One policeman opened fire and everyone was running away. Some miners had killed a security guard or two a few days before the massacre though, so they're not entirely guilt-free.
It was a fucking mess.
I never understood this scene.
Why the fuck did they march in the broad daylight while the allies had total air sovereignty over germany?
Oh and to top it all they're just singing a song so that everyone in the perimeter can hear them
Fuck that movie
I'm not sure about these combat video
Not sure if they're the Syrian army or the Yemen army.
A Zombie movie
Zombie eating a soilder, not much.
Yeah, that shit was proper retarded and makes the director look like a fucking amateur
>Show many scenes of SS troops carrying AT
>All these guys suddenly vanish in the ambush scene
>That scene where 'oh shit we better get out AT out of the boxes'
There is a faint shadow under him, and you notice it if you turn the shadows on and off with the hotkey
The game isn't meant to be a graphic powerhous anyways. Its a niche game made and developed on its own engine by a small company.
Combat Mission: Battle for Normandy
There's a bunch of them. Italian front, late eastern front, hypothetical 2017 war between Russia and USA/Ukraine. Battle of the Bulge is coming out in about a month.
Why can't someone make a WWII anime that's actually serious. Like Jin roh but a war movie on the eastern front or something.
No little girls. No paranormal/unusual shit. Just a normal war movie.
Anime died years ago when they found out they can make the most money from appealing to autists who spend their NEET bux on shitty merchandise from shallow fan-service-based shows.
I was actually pretty surprised at the new Gundam actually being decent in that respect, though the character design is stupid as shit, aesthetically.
I dunno anon. They plugged him a few times after he rolled out of the tank. I don't think the suit covers that.
I would kill for a modern, serious military drama anime. Gundam: I.B.O. is alright, but it's just not the same as stuff like LOGH or Area 88.
I guess. But I mean, all the lesbo shit is so cheesy and you just can't take it seriously at that point. The theme is just unsalvageable. Why would schools be hosting tank battles? Why would it be a bunch of girls, of all people? Why would everyone be okay with sending their kids off to die in a fake war? Why does everyone have German or Russian pride when they are all Japanese? The whole thing is just silly as shit and in the anime the tank combat isn't even 'decent', it's cartoony as hell. The entire selling point is the girl's bodies and cheesy anime personalities, with or without actual violence.
This is testing footage. You can't just put bombs in a case and it work. These kinds of tests are done on every kind of bomb, and the majority of shapes actually fail this way. Best to test with duds.
They charged at a force with automatic weapons. Right. I when you charge people you're supposed to cower like they were obviously doing too right?
No, what happened was that a police officer disobeyed orders and fired onto the crowd. The people reasonably began to panic. The officers in the video that started shooting were spooked by the gunfire and sudden movement from the crowd and fired on them. The crowd wasn't charging the police, but they were fleeing from gunfire to begin with.
Koutev Bulgarian National Ensemble Bre, Petrunko (Ho! Dear Petroona) (HD)
>Get shelled all the time during my deployment.
>No one reacts remotely like that.
>Half the time we have to be yelled at to actually bother getting in concrete shelters if we're even on a FOB with shelters to begin with.
>Usually just broke out smokes and just waited for counter battery to slap Mahdi shit.
Damn, Marines. Army is going to have to pull your man-card for this one. It only sounds like a single fucking mortar too. Maybe they were POG's or something. Hell, even POGs don't act like that if they are on a FOB that gets shelled regularly like Warhorse or Balad(Which even had the nickname 'Mortarita-ville').
I have a feeling the one sitting there crying and blubbering got stuck on permanent TOC duty the rest of the deployment. Even one of the guys there told him to shut the fuck up unless he's actually hit.
Planetside 2 was a fucking betrayal of the original concept and FPS mechanics in general.
Sony told SOE to get the game out one year too early, nothing much they could do other than damage control at that point.
The new producer seems to know what he's doing though, but it might be too little too late to save it.
>Footage from several different angles shows that the police were pushing the strikers into a small area. Groups of strikers began singing struggle songs, and marched along police lines. The police fired teargas and rubber bullets into these groups. At least one person in one group shot a handgun at the police. Members of this group either panicked or deliberately charged at a police line which sparked off the shooting.
Is what Wikipedia says. I'm assuming it's this incident:
As long as you keep you face downward it's fine. The helmet at that angle deflects the noise somewhat. I've had people's muzzles close to my head myself, if you angle your head the right way a helmet deflects the noise.
Actually, yes. Not belts, mind you, but part of setting up an M2 to operate requires you to insert the barrel within a specific amount of 'clicks', and then take a special tool called a 'head space and timing key' at two points of the bolt assembly to, well, do exactly what the tool name suggests: Ensure the head space of the assembly is at a very specific width with one thick key, and then a second, much thinner one is inserted at a separate point as you pull the trigger to make sure the timining is set right(I might have the trigger part mixed up between the two, I got out years ago.)
The more you know.™
With so many M2s in use, and the amount of time that has passed since they were introduced, the fire rates on them can vary like crazy. It isn't a big deal as long as the gun doesn't explode.
The new M2A1 that they're upgrading to has fixed headspace and timing, so you never have to go through it after a barrel change.
Neat. Yeah, they're all old as fucking dirt. You can easily find some in the service that were in use as far back as 1920. As old as they are, the design hasn't really been touched the entire time with the exception of the ammunition, and the weapon itself is perhaps the sturdiest piece of military equipment I've ever seen(As in, it will fire, but not always the most reliably.).
Thing is riddled with all sorts of stupid 'quality of life' problems, though. The biggest being head space and timing, and the second biggest being the bolt assembly when it comes to breaking it down and putting it back together. There is a specific piece that, for some reason unknown to me, can be configured in an alternate setup(Possibly for feeding from the right instead of the left, such as in AA mounts) that apparently the Army doesn't really deem fit to properly explain to junior enlisted, leading to the occasional accidental assembly in the wrong configuration that prevents proper loading.
While watching yesterdays fireworks i remembered how boring they are compared to a night training shooting
Only thing worse than culturally ignorant Amerifats prattling on about hypocritical values of "freedom," is Russaboos going full edgemode to justify their collective cucky Stockholm Syndrome for retarded tyrants.
I think the guy is playing the OpFor during a russian blank fire training exercise
if you pause at 17 seconds you can clearly see a blank fire adaptor on the cameraman's rifle (russian BFAs are unpainted metal unlike NATO ones which are painted bright colours)
that might also explain why he is wearing british DPM camouflage
>Not sure, but I think it's mixed with something, and it makes it bad, so firing it up is only solution
If it's sour oil/gas it will contain lots of toxic gasses like hydrogen sulfide which can collect in low spots and kills you dead before you know your in trouble.
Flaring the gas/oil burns the toxic gasses it and makes everything safer.
When they want to cap the well putting the fire out is not much of an extra expense.
I have that video in 1080p in my computer, you burger.
> I'm not an American
Yes you are.
If not in nationality, in IQ status.
Yes, keep telling this, but this don't change the facts. Stay mad.
It's a sovietic movie about WW2
Why does this trigger you so much?
>posting the heavily edit propaganda version
it is cool but the real thing is cooler
It was when the miners at one of south Africa's biggest mines went on strike and stormed towards the police and they panicked an open fired on miners sticks.
love those things. also, my fresh-encoded video to con3boot (requests to cut/encode accepted if worth encoding)
You know not everyone injecting vodka up their ass like slavaboos doesn't make them burgerstanis right?
Amerifats and their shitty, hypocritical love of self-delusional freedom and mindless self-destructive indulgences is one thing. Russkifags going bootlicking and whining about the glory days in their vodka potato soup because they're literally too cucked or too retarded to function without a strongman calling the shots is another.
It's possible to call out both forms of faggotry ya dingus.
American imperialism is bad and so is Russian imperialism. You're pushing this idea that people should be happy to jump into your borsht flavored pile of shit instead of the cheeseburger one when they're both piles of shit.
That's not how you do R&D.
At the point where you have live tests you must already be at a very late stage and nearing the prototype.
You think they strap untested shit to airframes?
They do have wind tunnels for the early stuff. THOSE test usually go two ways: nothing happens or you have to shut down the tube for a week for repair.
In this case, most of those incidents are related to impeding airflow and turbulence caused by the airframes. Things which are really hard to test in a wind-tunnel.
And there you have it. Don't spew nonsense.
I'm going to assume you mean 'assault rifle', and not 'first AKs' like a retard.
Germany invented the first 'assault rifle', which the AK-47 was largely based on. Hell, you could almost argue that the BAR was technically the first(The only reason it isn't is because of it's cartridge).
no not really, the kurds and Russians are who I work with ton on a daily basis, Im 1N2X1 in Signal Intel USAF here in Kandahar Afghanistan. We are here fighting so ISIS doesn't go there and wipe your ass off the planet for liking anime or trannies
Nigger, I'm not even him but you're acting like half of the Eastern countries didn't start making their own kinds of AKs with heavy or minimal modification after the initial designs were dispersed.
Bulgaria, China, Finland, Israel, more Finland, Czechs if you can pretend a vz58 is similar only using the shape of the rifle...
He thinks like a sub-human russkiboo and lashes out at anyone laughing at his shitty propaganda thinking they're all amerifats because they've convinced themselves the only people who don't like Russian bullshit are yanks.
WW2: September 1939 - August 1945
AK47: Avtomat Kalashnikova model of 1947
The rifle was still being designed when the second world war ended.
>Nazi nippon action
Seems pretty redundant.
Regardless, the movie is pretty good. I'm honestly rather glad it didn't go all /pol/tard and suck the dick of fascism passive aggressively. If you want a war movie in anime, you're assed out. Japan is vehemently anti-war ever since the nukes dropped. You'll never get a war anime. Let alone one that isn't chock-full of childish preaching about pacifism.
The movie itself has some really good action anyway, so I don't see what you're complaining about.