Some videos from the manufacturer of russian arms. I especielly like the video of MLRS "Smerch", that is just so... mighty.
http://www.seaforthhighlanders.ca/c9closeup512k.wmvOriginally Posted by Spearin
I'm in love lol
I've got one, the dutch BBE:
You may have to sign up for that site to see it, but it's free, and they don't send out any junk mail or anything.
EDIT: More Canadian Forces videos:
Sweet. :P Hey, has anyone seen that clip [got it from KazAa] about some American operations in Afghanistan? The guy in the aircraft bombs the hell out of the place to get like 5 guys. Man...that was harsh...
H&K clips, oryginaly posted by seventy6er in equpment part of forum
Do you mean that plane-canon clip where few ppl on grund try to run away from direct altirely fire? I've got it from some webpage just don't remember url...
[*******red]Originally Posted by Herrmannek
Hm...might be. The one that I've seen is long, it says that it's only like seven minutes or so, but the clip goes on and on, I was sitting watching it for like 11 minutes till I realized.
There's some guys on the ground and the man is asking permission, or actually getting orders from someone. The "control tower" guy is like, "You have permission to blast the building." not accurate though, I saw it a little while ago...sorry if I can't remember.
It seemed like the man was launching cluster bombs or something 'cuz with each bomb that he launched and that exploded, there was a lot of other explosions...
It was gun camera footage from a AC-130 gunship
This is a really cool Video About the Marines.
The Marines is acutally one of the best in the world and always the modern technology. You will belive it after you check this Video.
Based around D-day 1944 (Quicktime):
US Rangers and infantry (ordinary) training before D-day:
Life in London during WW-2:
Use of plywood during WW-2:
US troops moving to marshaling areas in Southern England before D-day:
Troops from a glider regiment of the 101st US airborne boarding landing craft before D-day:
Erwin Rommel inspecting the Atlantic wall:
Allied aircraft battling Luftwaffe prior to D-day 1944:
George S. Patton as CO FUSAG - Allied deception before D-day:
US troops training for the invasion:
"Perils of infantry training - US Army - WW-2:
Naval bombardment in support of D-day landings:
The first german prisoner being led of the beach - Normandy - 1944:
Allies strikes out from beachead - Normandy - 1944 - Newsreel:
British troops advancing from the beaches - Normandy 1944:
Illustration on the workings of the Sherman DD tank:
Illustration on the workings of the Sherman flail tank:
Illustration on the workings of the Sherman "Rhinoceros":
Landing at Omaha beach:
British paratroopers taken prisoner by german troops - Normandy - German newsreel:
Supply drop to british paratroopers - Normandy - US newsreel:
US troops landing at Utah beach - Normandy 6. june 1944:
Canadian troops landing at Juno beach - Normandy - 6. june 194:
Unloading fo supplies at Utah beach:
Landing of follow up forces on Utah beach:
P-47 forward air ***** - Normandy - 1944:
RAF Typhoons on the attack - Normandy - 1944:
Luftwaffe jabo ground attack - Normandy - 1944 - German newsreel:
Luftwaffe aircraft attacking US bombers over germany - German newsreel (in Dutch or Flemish?):
Allied strafing attack - Normandy - 1944 - Gun camera footage (?):
German flak team in action - Normandy - 1944 - German newsreel:
Allied liberation of Cherbourg - 1944 - US newsreel:
Canadian troops in action near Caen - Summer - 1944:
German troops (mainly from 1st and 12th SS panzer) in action - Normandy - Summer - 1944 - German newsreal aquired by OSS with some added explanation in english voice:
Relief of Caen - Summer - 1944 - Refugees:
Liberation of Rennes by US troops - 1944 - US newsreel:
US troops running out of maps during advance after Cobra - France - 1944 - US newsreel:
British tanks advancing towards Falaise - Summer - 1944:
British troops advancing from Caen - Summer - 1944:
Patton - US 3rd army on the move after Cobra - France - 1944 - US newsreel:
De Gaulle entering Paris - 1944:
Allied field hospital at work - France - 1944:
Penecilium "The new drug for treating wounds" - WW-2:
Yeah I saw that video too. It was awesome. You kind of felt sorry for the guys running on the ground, they had no where to go, but hey, they're the enemy and that's war. Puff the Magic Dragon really does the job, and the video proves it.It was gun camera footage from a AC-130 gunship
http://www.grouchymedia.com thats a good place to go. It has 3 music videos you can watch which contain awesome military footage and pictures. It'll get your adrenaline pumping.
P.S. About the AC-130 video, we were not allowed to level their mosque but every other building. So the moral of the story for insurgents is: When bombs start dropping, run for a mosque...
i didnt feel sorry for anyone in that video, except the gunners cuz they didnt kill as many of those bastards as they were probably hoping for.
Sweet video, thanks for the linksOriginally Posted by dave911