>they took the sign and name of their batallion from vidya/book
? doesn't show much after 5 min of looking, and trust me I looked b4 I asked
I kept fucking using Russian in my search terms and not German, found it
interesting how the Russians seem to miss a bit more than when you see U.S. bombing footage. Notice in many of the clips, there's already a fresh crater somewhat far from what the assumed target is. Then when they drop a larger bomb, it's not a direct hit, but hits near enough to damage the building. Also they use a lot of cluster bomb type attacks, peppering a large area with smaller ordinance. I love watching war stuff. It's super interesting watching to see what Russia brings to the table in a conflict like this. I wish Russia and U.S. could be friends.
actually watching it again, I don't think those were cluster bombs. It looks like he just missed badly, the bomb hitting completely out of frame. The must be debris peppering the landscape, but you can see a large black column rolling out in the field, well away from the crosshairs.
But then again, who knows what the fuck.
I agree, a Russia+US power team would be the world's leading force
love that fucking movie
heard a 3rd one is coming soon from some website, I was also at comic con last month here in my city and I got Norman Reedus to sign some shit for me and when I asked him about a Boondocks 3 possibility he just winked at me
A few reasons. One could be bad angle of attack. Another could be the ordnancemen didn't attach the payloads to the pylons correctly. A few of those show just plain weird aerodynamic fluctuations when two jets are flying in tandem.
Fuck, not sure how that got in there.
Now I'm not sure what this one is, might be a duplicate.
Anyone have that webm of what I think is a helicopter watching(and filming) a few rangers walking through a field in Astan, a taliban stands up suddenly and they all magdump the dunecoon to oblivion?
I guess this fits in. Swedish prototype similar to a bouncing betty. Cool shit
Basically shit that goes flying, powered by an explosion. In the linked pic ( http://i.imgur.com/FvWF19q.jpg ) you can see all those little cubes that make up the grenade. When it explodes, they all go flying in all directions. The individual pieces that go flying (intended to wound/kill) are shrapnel
Genuine question. Why is it called a "bush war"? Is it because of the terrain? There have been multiple "bush wars" and they don't seem any different from any other guerrilla war so why not call it that?
Yes it's because of the terrain. It's an undevelloped terrain that you mostly find in southern Africa and Australia. The bush war of Rhodesia happened on this sort of terrain. Bush war is more accurate than guerilla because guerilla can happen in various place (urban warfare, maquis in France during WW2, hide and seek in the afghani moutains with the US army, etc.) where as a bush war can only take place in the bush
Airsoft teams wear patches just like gangs would wear tattoos or make hand signs. The kid is mad because the other kid found the patch and instead of returning it to the team it belongs to he decided to burn it. So the only reason the kid has to shoot at the other is pure emotion and a strong sentimental link with the team
It depends really. A tank without infantry support in an open field or in the desert is not such a big deal. An urban setting like that without infantry however is a tanker's worst nightmare.
>slavianka in the distance
Fucking Russians, mang.
I absolutely love killing more than the point cost of a plane in one run
Does anyone have that webm of some kind of bombs being dropped in what I think is Ukraine, where the camera is on the dash of a car and the sky lights up green and as soon as they start falling people are running away and the trap music's beat drops?