@ v-twin what hotlink boy !!!
you do not like the pictures do not look,pictures are from an album Mircea school including the crew of the vessel, which will be the following officers of the naval forces.on this topic anyone wants to see who will represent the naval forces,and for the sake of all when you write one message try to think 10 times before.if you are not agree with that post, not looking, trying to abstain from bad taste comments,and i wish to not enter in a polemic.
Puma IAR 330 helicopter belonging to the naval forces
Last edited by sf.constantin; 01-22-2010 at 06:33 AM.
I think he was referring to the fact that the pictures are loaded directly from navy.ro. A better solution would be to upload them to something like imageshack... It has nothing to do with what the pictures contain but rather where they are loaded from.
Yea, it was pretty awesome to see the day-in-day-out living of soldiers, and I have to say that it doesn't look that bad, in fact it looks pretty sweet. Those living conditions definitely looked pretty comfortable, and the food looked delicious as well! My dad was a tanker in the Romanian army back in the late 60's, and he thoroughly enjoyed the show, as it brought back a lot of memories for him.
This video reminds me, what is the status of the TR-85M2. Is it still in the tesing stage and what upgrades do you think will be made. Another thing, the TR-85 has a turret bustle and it is known that T-55 tanks were not necessarily crew friendly when it came to comfort does it alleviate the problem somewhat or is it still a little cramped inside?
God-only knows what's going on there. The Gov't is not only inept but also carries on the proud tradition of utter secrecy regarding...well everything. And right now the country has bigger worries both economically and militarily (we kinda need new fighter jets, fast, and the rumor mill has it we'll be forced to buy F16s because of the BMD agreement that was just signed ). I found this on a Romanian board about the TR-85 so perhaps you'll find some more detail there as well as an article in Romanian on the same topic.