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    you should not post those pics...

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    Why not? There's a huge media frenzy around the Patriot deployment here and abroad in Turkey, anyway. Not to mention that those pictures above do not even look like personal pictures, but rather professional.

    PS: A quick Google search results in the same pictures being shown on Stern, BILD, etc. I don't see a problem.

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    exactly, these are the pictures from bild.de

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    Lesen und spielen: Abends zockt der Major Computerspiele, beliebt ist bei der Truppe derzeit „Assassins Creed“.
    Mit seiner Familie hält O. per Facebook und E-Mail Kontakt.

    Major Roberto O., 48, und seine Männer auf dem Weg zu der afghanischen Polizei, die sie beraten und ausbilden.
    Es ist sein zweiter Einsatz in Afghanistan. Seine Militärkarriere begann er vor der Wende in der Nationalen Volksarmee der DDR.
    Heute lebt er in Bad Kissingen in Bayern.

    „Es kann jederzeit krachen“, sagt Hauptfeldwebel Heiko F. vom Panzergrenadierbataillon 371.
    Der 36-Jährige kommt aus Freiberg in Sachsen Die Krieger vom Hindukusch:
    Hauptfeldwebel Heiko F. (links) und Oberfeldwebel Tobias P. im deutschen Bundeswehrfeldlager Camp Marmal, in Nordafghanistan.
    Die Soldaten verlassen nur im Konvoi mit gepanzerten Fahrzeugen das Lager.
    Bei der Befehlsausgabe zeigt Heiko F. auf einer Karte, wo die Gefahren lauern

    Heimat für sechs Monate: Im Camp Marmal bei Mazar- e-Sharif teilt sich Tobias P. mit sechs Kameraden ein Zelt.
    Seine Ausrüstung hat er immer in Reichweite neben seinem Bett

    Beider Befehlsausgabe zeigt Heiko F. auf einer Karte, wo die Gefahren lauern

    Nachtlektüre: Der Major liest auch englische Bücher, derzeit „Breaking the Silence“,
    das von den Erlebnissen israelischer Soldaten in den Palästinensergebieten handelt

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    Thanks writer,

    Those are very well made pictures. Good finding of yours.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Accan View Post
    exactly, these are the pictures from bild.de
    OK, then. seems to be common to post pics with clear faces and ongoing ops here. maybe i am to noob for that...

    excuse me, <<< junior member

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    Quote Originally Posted by mikezulu View Post
    OK, then. seems to be common to post pics with clear faces and ongoing ops here. maybe i am to noob for that...

    excuse me, <<< junior member
    The only visible face is that of a sentry who isn't deployed. His name isn't shown anywhere. I don't see what you're getting all up in arms about.

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    Quote Originally Posted by writer View Post



    A Hauptfeldwebel with OR-8 Patch? I though they are OR-7 (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ranks_a...rmies_Enlisted)...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Accan View Post
    A Hauptfeldwebel with OR-8 Patch? I though they are OR-7 (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ranks_a...rmies_Enlisted)...
    depends on how long they are enlisted. Hauptfeldwebel is usually OR-8. Oberfeldwebel is OR-6 or OR-7, depending on how long the soldier has already been a seargent. Feldwebel is OR-6. Uffz and StUffz is OR-5.

    Btw: The map on which they are pointing out the dangerous spots is of Camp Marmal.

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    worst Uwe Boll movie ever...

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    Gefreiter Wenk is hit in the right collar bone when his vehicle, carrying German photographer Vincent Giercke, came under fire while heading to a German base. Giercke took this photo before the men jumped out of the vehicle and took cover, luckily a panzergrenadier patrol was nearby and came to their assistance with a marder. Gefreiter Wenk survived,
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    Quote Originally Posted by Berthier92 View Post
    Gefreiter Wenk is hit in the right collar bone when his vehicle, carrying German photographer Vincent Giercke, came under fire while heading to a German base. Giercke took this photo before the men jumped out of the vehicle and took cover, luckily a panzergrenadier patrol was nearby and came to their assistance with a marder. Gefreiter Wenk survived,
    where did the bw get a right-steered vehicale?? with sun-roof.....never seen it before....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Big Mo View Post
    where did the bw get a right-steered vehicale?? with sun-roof.....never seen it before....
    Picture is reversed, also it was a Civilian vehicle in UN service,

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    Quote Originally Posted by Big Mo View Post
    where did the bw get a right-steered vehicale?? with sun-roof.....never seen it before....
    it was a land cruiser like this one, 5000 of them in Kosovo
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    Quote Originally Posted by Berthier92 View Post
    Gefreiter Wenk is hit in the right collar bone when his vehicle, carrying German photographer Vincent Giercke, came under fire while heading to a German base. Giercke took this photo before the men jumped out of the vehicle and took cover, luckily a panzergrenadier patrol was nearby and came to their assistance with a marder. Gefreiter Wenk survived,
    When did this happen?

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