The Bulgarian PKM's are looking nice.Thanks for the clarification guys.
The Bulgarian PKM's are looking nice.Thanks for the clarification guys.
Recruits from the IDF's Kfir brigade undergo a "war week", during which they train in urban and open warfare on a company level.
IDF reserve soldiers undergo guerrilla warfare training in northern Israel.
I know that Israel had an aircraft called the kfir. What does kfir mean?
And if you just read farther in your google search you will see it means lion cub. (redfaced) Sorry for the use of your bandwidth.
Most Israeli units from the photos are using M-4's.Which units have the Tavor.
An unidentified airman looks over the military's Active Denial System, a non-lethal ray gun that was demonstrated Wednesday, Jan. 24, 2007, at Moody Air Force Base, Ga. The system shoots a beam of energy that makes people feel they are about to catch fire. Officials say it's safe and humane. It could be used in Iraq to protect the U.S. military from insurgents and to save the lives of innocent Iraqis
Airmen pretending to be rioters scatter after being zapped by a new military ray gun during a demonstration at Moody Air Force Base, Ga., Wednesday, Jan. 24, 2007. The millimeter beam from the Active Denial System makes people feel as if they are about to catch fire. Officials say the weapon could be a non-lethal way to increase the security of U.S. forces in Iraq and Afghanistan and with its 500 meter range it is far superior to current non-lethal weapons, such as rubber bullets
Police officers carry the dead body of an alleged gang member in Rio de Janeiro, Wednesday, Jan 24, 2007. Police killed five suspected criminals and arrested 14 people in an operation to curtail drugs and arms traffic in a shantytown of Rio de Janeiro, authorities said.
Bob Fitzgerald, a Troy, N.Y. police officer, wears a video camera on his vest in Troy on Thursday, Jan. 11, 2007. The prototype camera records what the officer on the street sees and hears, be it a traffic stop or a drug raid.
An armed police officer stands on the roof of a hotel awaiting the arrival of the President of the Palestinian Authority Mahmoud Abbas, not shown, in Davos, Switzerland, Wednesday Jan. 24, 2007. World political and economic leaders focused Wednesday on the threat of global warming and the perennial problem of tensions in the Middle East as they gathered for a five-day brain-storming session in Davos. Abbas is scheduled to attend the forum on Thursday.
Suspected member of the basque separatist group ETA, Garikoitz Etxebarria Goikoetxea, right, shouts to supporters as is being put into a car by policemen as he leaves the Pau courthouse, southwestern France, Tuesday, Jan.23, 2007. Garikoitz Etxebarria Goikoetxea is arrested in Ascain, southwestern France, and is linked to an arms cache discovered Dec.23 in the Basque town of Amorebieta in northem Spain and to explosives found in the same area.
Sheik Hassan Nasrallah, center, raised his arm as he speaks at the annual Ashourah commemoration at Beirut's suburb Thursday, June 8, 1995. The re-enactment of the 7th century maryrdom of the sect's most revered saint, Imam Hussein bin Ali, the grandson of the prophet Mohammed, who was killed in Iraq with 70 others in the 7th century
Armed and masked Palestinian Islamic Jihad militants are surrounded by children during the funeral of 15 year-old Mahran Abu Nosair, in the Deir Al Balah refugee camp, central Gaza Strip, Wednesday Jan. 24, 2007. Israeli troops shot dead Abu Nosair early Wednesday and arrested two others, as the men tried to sneak into Israel from the Gaza Strip, the army said. Palestinian security officials in Gaza said the Israelis had informed them of the incident and that the three men had apparently been manual laborers trying to slip into Israel to find work
President Bush greets troops as he departs New Castle Air National Guard ramp in Wilmington, Del., Wednesday, Jan. 24, 2007.
President Bush greets troops as he departs New Castle Air National Guard ramp in Wilmington, Del. Wednesday, Jan. 24, 2007
President Bush, left, meets with General Dan McNeill, incoming commander for NATO's International Security Assistance Force in Afghanistan, Wednesday, Jan. 24, 2007, in the Oval Office at the White House in Washington.
President Bush, right, makes a statement to reporters as he meets with the joint chiefs and combatant commanders in the Cabinet Room of the White House in Washington Wednesday, Jan. 24, 2007. Pictured from left to right: Army Chief of Staff Gen. Peter Schoomaker, Chairman of the Joint Chiefs Gen. Peter Pace, Defense Secretary Robert Gates, Vice Chairman Admiral Edmund P. Giambastiani, Jr., Air Force Chief of Staff Gen. Michael T. Moseley.
Lt. Gen. David Petraeus, left, talks with Senate Armed Services Committee member Sen. James Webb, D-Va., on Capitol Hill in Washington, Tuesday, Jan. 23, 2007, prior to the committee's confirmation hearing on his Petraeus' nomination to replace Army Gen. George Casey as the senior American commander in Iraq
Lt. Gen. David Petraeus testifies on Capitol Hill in Washington, Tuesday, Jan. 23, 2007, before the Senate Armed Services Committee's confirmation hearing on his nomination to Multi-National Forces in Iraq.
Wax models representing the Chinese Navy, Army and Air Force are displayed next to a Chinese made missile and scale model of a space satellite at the military museum in Beijing, China Wednesday Jan. 24, 2007. China has sent men into orbit and launched dozens of satellites, but its test of a satellite-killing weapon is shaking up perceptions about where the Chinese space program is headed. The test, confirmed by Beijing on Tuesday after nearly a two-week silence, has drawn criticism from the U.S. and Japan, and touched off fears of an arms race in space.
Two observers look at the Comet McNaught one of the brightest comets of the past century in Concepcion, Chile, Tuesday, Jan. 23, 2007. McNaught also know as The Great Comet of 2007 is easily visible by observers in the Southern Hemisphere.
Operation Tomahawk Strike II
"That's a money-maker right there!"
My bad.........I'll even take a beating with the admin stick for it but.................
Caption: The President of the United Fakes amused the troops with his impression of Saddam Hussein after he'd been pulled down from the gallows.
Spc. Art Barajas, who is from San Francisco, Calif., and is a sniper with Company C, 2nd Battalion, 3rd Infantry Regiment, 3rd Stryker Brigade Combat Team, 2nd Infantry Division pulls security in Baghdad?s Al-Doura district Jan. 18. Abandoned buildings were breached in order to ensure they were not being used as insurgent strongholds. (U.S. Army photo by Spc. L.B. Edgar, 7th Mobile Public Affairs Detachment)
Spc. Colby Helton, who is from Birmingham, Ala., and is a saw gunner with 1st Platoon, Company A, 2nd Battalion, 3rd Infantry Regiment, 3rd Stryker Brigade Combat Team, 2nd Infantry Division, pulls security in Baghdad's Al-Doura district Jan. 15. The mission was to clear the neighborhood of possible insurgents by searching building to building.
2nd Lt. Ryan Swinford, with Company D, 2nd Battalion, 124th Infantry Regiment from the Florida Army National Guard, directs Iraqi police officers as they gather a delivery of ammunition in Tal Afar, Iraq. The Police Transition Team in Tal Afar brought the ammunition to the police officers to resupply them after they ran short on ammunition during a fire fight with insurgents earlier that day. U.S. Army Photo by Spc. Daniel Bearl, 25th Combat Aviation Brigade Public Affairs
A Kirkuk Emergency Services Unit captain opens a case during a cordon and search operation Jan. 6. The ESU, along with Soldiers from A Co., 2nd Battalion, 35th Infantry Regiment, 25th Infantry Division, searched houses in three villages outside the city of Kirkuk and spoke to locals about village needs durng the early morning operation.