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    Some Vehicles our Marines use:

    V300:

    Fire Support Vehicle:


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    up-armored M35 guntruck:


    V-150

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    some army scout ranger pics
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    Quote Originally Posted by Warlord View Post
    I don't know which unit this is. Judging from the shot gun and MP5, it's police-paramilitary (SAF - Special Action Force) of the Philippine National Police. Both they and the Scout Rangers use a variety of weapons besides the ubiquitous M16A1/2 family.
    I remember seeing this photo years ago.

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    Third world armies are pretty hardcore. I was in the Philippines a few years ago and on TV they showed these soldiers being interviewed. They were all asked, "Why did you join the Army?" Now, when you ask American soldiers why they joined the Army, usually the response is "college money", "didn't have a good job", "wanted to get out of my hometown" etc. When the Philippine soldiers answered the question, their replies were much more personal, mostly along the lines of, "I didn't want the communists in my village to take my family's farm".

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    These soldiers are tough and brave, they give true meaning to the word "selfless-service". Thank you all for your service!

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    Quote Originally Posted by dave81 View Post
    Third world armies are pretty hardcore. I was in the Philippines a few years ago and on TV they showed these soldiers being interviewed. They were all asked, "Why did you join the Army?" Now, when you ask American soldiers why they joined the Army, usually the response is "college money", "didn't have a good job", "wanted to get out of my hometown" etc. When the Philippine soldiers answered the question, their replies were much more personal, mostly along the lines of, "I didn't want the communists in my village to take my family's farm".
    Try watching the 3rd video in the first video post. Those pnssy reporters interviewing some of the soldiers. There's an English subtitle.

    Third world armies are not so encumbered by technology too.

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    1st Scout Ranger Regiment on Parade







    Women in the AFP

    Last edited by SGT. ROCKS; 07-06-2009 at 02:32 AM.

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    the one at the center is wearing a Phil. Marine Corps BDU (old version)
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    Quote Originally Posted by SGT. ROCKS View Post

    the one at the center is wearing a Phil. Marine Corps BDU (old version)
    She is part of the Navy, The Marines and the Navy share their BDA, this is still true even with their new digitized pattern hence the logos of both the Philippine Navy and Marine Corps are in the new digis

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    Swear it looks like MARPAT...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Arnie100 View Post
    Swear it looks like MARPAT...
    from my understanding though correct me if I'm wrong...
    The Inspiration to go digital comes from the US Marines' Marpat
    The size of the Pixels are based of the Singaporean Digital Pattern
    The Colors are based from input from combat personnel and are similar to the Armies' DPM

    here are some more pictures from the Balikatan and Carat Exercises

    From the Balikatan Exercises:





    From Carat:












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    Those pics I haven't seen yet! Thanks for posting those!

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    Marine V300 at Crow Valley


    Marine V150 at Crow Valley


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    Philippine Navy NSWG/SWAGs during the Carat 09 exercises


















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