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    Quote Originally Posted by Whitcomb View Post
    where is that museum?
    I do beleive that's the Airborne and Special Ops Museum in Fayetteville.

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    Yup thats the museum....its a great place to go. Very awe inspring place...lots of WW2 First Special Service Force, Vietnam MACV-SOG/SF, A-stan and what not....i had a blast.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AFO88 View Post
    Yup thats the museum....its a great place to go. Very awe inspring place...lots of WW2 First Special Service Force, Vietnam MACV-SOG/SF, A-stan and what not....i had a blast.
    Looks like im planning a roadtrip soon

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    SAS:

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    Quote Originally Posted by He219 View Post
    Anybody want to ID and date this image?
    SEK Sachsen

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    [SIZE=1]
    www.german-helmets.com/LUFTWAFFE%20Fallschirm-Main.htm[/SIZE]

    Intresesting, it makes one wonder.
    How long the German army/Police used the Old M38 Fallschirmjäger helmet?

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    Quote Originally Posted by [KGW]Hartmann View Post

    [SIZE=1]www.german-helmets.com/LUFTWAFFE%20Fallschirm-Main.htm[/SIZE]

    Intresesting, it makes one wonder.
    How long the German army/Police used the Old M38 Fallschirmjäger helmet?
    I was aware that the Bundeswehr used them into the 60's

    Mit einer Maschinenpistole aus Israel ist der Fallschirmjaeger der Bundeswehr ausgeruestet, mit dem sich hier Bundesverteidigungsminister Franz Josef Strauss am 31. August 1959 waehrend der Herbstmanoever der Bundeswehr im Donaugebiet unterhaelt. Insgesamt nehmen 18.000 Soldaten, ein Aufklaerungs-, ein Jabo- und ein Transportgeschwader der Bundeswehr sowie das 35. amerikanische Artillerie-Regiment an dem viertaegigen Manoever teil, das unter dem Decknamen "Ulmer Spatz" laeuft.
    until I saw that SEK pic ...

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    Basic CAG look: Bushy hair, thick mustache, crumpled clothes...

    http://iran.theatlantic.com/interact...le_page_1.html

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sand Man View Post


    And they are ?
    Last edited by Ravage; 04-15-2007 at 07:06 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ravage View Post
    And they are ?
    Dr. Dean, he's former Delta.

    At least that what it says in his site: http://www.warddeanmd.com/

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ravage View Post
    And they are ?
    The Guy on the right is Lt. Col. L.H. "Bucky" Burruss. I do beleive the pic is from Grenada.

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    Default some pics I took from the Airborne and Special Ops Museum

    sorry for the bad pics, my camera had a hard time focasing inside




    I also visted the JFK Special Warfare Museum on Bragg, that was also very good, not as big..but still interesting.


    found this photo not to long ago, i have no idea what unit it is


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    Uh I thought that the M60 backpack never was service because it was wayyyyyyyy too heavy. At least that what's told in some Vietnam book I have...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pvtvince View Post
    Uh I thought that the M60 backpack never was service because it was wayyyyyyyy too heavy. At least that what's told in some Vietnam book I have...
    http://img158.imageshack.us/img158/3686/1000616jy7.jpg
    That's not an M60. Bit of a weight difference 5,56 vs. 7,62 ...

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