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    Leopard 2A6 :



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    Puma IFV :



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    Dingo 2 :



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    Eurocopter Tigre :



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    Sachsen class frigate :



    U-212A Submarine :

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    Beautiful pics. Thanks.

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    keep em coming,

    i was wondering why there is no such thread, i always thougt, we use the thread "germanys elite soldiers" for the whole german army, cause were all elite hrhrhrhr

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    Elbe-class Tender


    Panavia Tornado



    Old Border Guard Huey helicopter


    Atlantique at Gatow Luftwaffe Museum
    Two of these aircraft are still in service.


    Alpha Jet
    Former trainer aircraft.


    F-4 Phantom
    All are being phased out by Eurofighters. The F-4F was brought into service as a temporary aircraft until a time that a newer plane (later the Eurofighter) could be developed.


    MAN MULTI ( ? )
    Not exactly sure what they are called, but they are made by MAN I think and can perform a variety of tasks. Including the AA configuration. Correct me if I am wrong.


    Also I am thinking of joining the Bundeswehr, not sure though.

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    German soldiers :


























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    Nice pictures,but anway can someone tell me why is so hard to find high quality pictures of German armed forces,special forces etc ? is that some kind of secret in Germany or what ?? it's really hard...I'm always trying to find some good pictures about KSK,GSG9,BUNDESWEHR but it's almost impossible...this pictures which we can see here on this thread is the best and it's the only what I can find....

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    Our lads in training

    They're a bit mixed up, sorry!
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    Ksk :



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    Quote Originally Posted by GottLuft View Post
    Nice pictures,but anway can someone tell me why is so hard to find high quality pictures of German armed forces,special forces etc ? is that some kind of secret in Germany or what ?? it's really hard...I'm always trying to find some good pictures about KSK,GSG9,BUNDESWEHR but it's almost impossible...this pictures which we can see here on this thread is the best and it's the only what I can find....
    Your already pretty close There are collection threads for German military pictures

    first of all, this thread:
    http://www.militaryphotos.net/forums...lection+thread

    also this one:
    http://www.militaryphotos.net/forums...n-Armed-Forces

    ps.
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vg7Uk...eature=related

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    [*******#000000]thanks for links mate (I knew for Afghanistan) but thank you for another link, anway I thought about the pictures of the German army within Germany and not in the peace missions, I think you must admit that if you compare the amount of image and video material of the German army on the internet with other countries, Germany really doesn't have so strong military propaganda machinery like a lot of other countries which post tons of new pictures almost everyday.
    But thanks anway,I will try to find some good material for this thread.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hildemel View Post
    MAN MULTI ( ? )
    Not exactly sure what they are called, but they are made by MAN I think and can perform a variety of tasks. Including the AA configuration. Correct me if I am wrong.
    Official designation of the basic vehicle would be "Lkw 5/7/10/15 t mil gl", informally also known as the MAN KAT I (as originally there were two mobility categories much like the current MAN HX and MAN SX product lines, but the simpler KAT II went the way of the dodo and was never procured). MULTI is the Bundeswehr designation for the hooklift vehicle (and the overall logistics concept based on various swappable containers/pods for hooklift trucks) only. The MAN mil gl trucks are serving as base vehicles for numerous tasks.
    The "AA configuration" shown (Flugabwehrraketensystem Roland Rad (FRR) and the Flugabwehrgefechtsstand Roland (FGR)) is no longer in service.

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    Nice photos and great thread idea, i will see what i can dig up as well

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    In the navy...!
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    [FONT=Verdana]Recruit of the German Bundeswehr in their living room working on their uniforms and lockers during their nine months military service at the Julius Leber barracks on May 29, 2010 in Berlin, Germany.[/FONT]
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    [FONT=Verdana]A recruit of the German Bundeswehr shoots with a prepared G36 assault rifle during a practice at the 'Schiesskino', a shoot cinema simulator, during his nine months military service at the Julius Leber barracks on April 15, 2010 in Berlin, Germany.[/FONT]
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