Kurdish gals ready for anything American gal rocking at the range. IDF chick shoots a shorty And I think that not one of these ladies need a safe space any time soon!
A Vickers machine gun in the battle of the Menin Road Ridge This is a list of infantry weapons of World War I (1914–1918). Contents [hide] 1Republic of Armenia 2Austro-Hungarian Empire 3Kingdom of Belgium 4 British Empire 5 Kingdom of Bulgaria 6Sultanate of Darfur 7Dervish State 8French Republic 9 German Empire 10 Kingdom of Greece 11Kingdom of Hejaz 12 Kingdom of Italy 13Emirate of … Continue reading “List of Infantry weapons of World War I”
What Was Done During A Declared War With Terrorists POSTED BY GUFFAW1952 ⋅ (Operation Pastorius – Wikipedia) After the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor on 7 December 1941, followed by Nazi Germany’s declaration of war on the United States four days later (and the United States’ declaration of war on Germany in response), Hitler authorized a mission to sabotage the American war effort and to make terrorist attacks on … Continue reading “Old School way to due with terrorist (WWII)”
Different opponents faced by the British Victorian Army I bought a book in the early 90’s called “The Zulu Wars” and a bit later a book called “The khaki and the Red”. These books were fascinating to read the different history and battles that the Victorian era British army faced in defending the empire and … Continue reading “The British Army was a very busy outfit during the Old Queens Time”
or How To Break Down A Door Alright, let’s get this out of the way first: kicking down a door is not the best option for opening a locked door. It will damage the door and cost you lots of money to fix it. It is better to call a locksmith, pick the lock, or … Continue reading “How to Break Down a Door: An Illustrated Guide by Brett & Kate McKay”
I have seen and worked with a few of the Queen’s Soldiers. Most of whom are some pretty good guys. In Spite of the times that I could not understand a word they were saying! But the bottom line with these guys. Is that they are they are a lot of fun and some really … Continue reading “Tommy Atkins- Art of the British Soldier”
The U.S. Army has never been a particularly agile beast when it came to bold new technologies. Horse cavalrymen were dragged kicking and screaming into tanks during World War II, and the grunts and tankers of the ’50s viewed the helicopter with a tolerant skepticism at best. In 1963 the 11th Air Assault Division was testing … Continue reading “The Guns of U.S. Army Aviation in Vietnam — Personal Defense Weapons on Slicks, Snakes & Loaches by WILL DABBS”