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    Finally..... there is a Thread for the "Y-Travel Agency"

    This Thread is subscribed! Looking forward to see some more pics!

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    Great thread !

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    Quote Originally Posted by khalifah View Post
    -subscribes to thread-

    im surprised there has not been any thread like this sooner.
    There used to be dozens. Don't know if we can dig them all up (since the forum runs on a new software now...).

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    They're in the archives now.

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    Pretty much the best YT-channel I've seen so far http://www.youtube.com/user/nasenstaub regarding the Bundeswehr. No cheesy rammstein music slideshow bs there

    Some examples:





    There's also a good amount of short documentaries and tv reports in the channel.

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    Good stuff, the afghan "action" one's I haven't seen before......

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    On the first page you posted an australian(or austrian if you like) Eurofighter


    Anyways, great thread!!!

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    What kind of extra-large lockers are these?
    They're twice as big as the usual Bundeswehr barracks locker, I think
    Are they standard now or just because the guard battallion has so many uniforms?

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    as far as i know thats part of stube 2000, means everyone gets such a locker

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    Default German Paras - Exercise

    [FONT=Verdana]German Paratroopers during exercise Pacemaker07 in Austrian using Austrian Army Black Hawk Helicopters[/FONT]







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    Default Luftwaffe Ground Combat Unit

    [FONT=Verdana]Snipers from a German Luftwaffe Ground Combat Unit during a training exercise to help develop their combat skills[/FONT]
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    Could anyone tell me the correct name for this unit ??? Thanks
















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    Quote Originally Posted by vor033 View Post
    [FONT=Verdana]Snipers from a German Luftwaffe Ground Combat Unit during a training exercise to help develop their combat skills[/FONT]
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    Could anyone tell me the correct name for this unit ??? Thanks
    Most probably either I./ ObjSRgtLw (Schortens) or II./ ObjSRgtLw (Kerpen).

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    Default Afghanistan 5th and 6th May 2010

    [FONT=Verdana]I have previously posted these photos on the Afghan thread, but thought I would add them on here as well.[/FONT]



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    [*******#3e3e3e][FONT=Verdana][*******#3e3e3e][FONT=Verdana]German Bundeswehr army soldiers with the military police unit Kunduz patrol during a mission in a small village on the outskirts of Kunduz, May 4, 2010.[/FONT][/COLOR]
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    [*******#3e3e3e][FONT=Verdana]A German Bundeswehr army soldier with the military police unit Kunduz keeps watch during a mission in a small village in the outskirts of Kunduz, May 4, 2010.[/FONT][/COLOR]
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    [*******#3e3e3e][FONT=Verdana]German Bundeswehr army soldiers with the military police unit Kunduz patrol during a mission in a small village in the outskirts of Kunduz, May 4, 2010.[/FONT][/COLOR]
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    [*******#3e3e3e][FONT=Verdana][*******#3e3e3e][FONT=Verdana]A German Bundeswehr army soldier with the military police unit Kunduz looks at Afghan children while on a mission in a small village in the outskirts of Kunduz, May 4, 2010.[/FONT][/COLOR]
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    [*******#3e3e3e][FONT=Verdana]A German Bundeswehr army soldier with the military police unit Kunduz looks out of the window of a 'Dingo' armoured vehicle during a mission on a small village in the outskirts of Kunduz, May 4, 2010.[/FONT][/COLOR]
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    [*******#3e3e3e][FONT=Verdana][*******#3e3e3e][FONT=Verdana]An Afghan man with a child walks past German Bundeswehr army soldiers with the military police unit Kunduz on a mission in a small village on the outskirts of Kunduz, May 4, 2010.[/FONT][/COLOR][/FONT][/COLOR]
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    [*******#3e3e3e][FONT=Verdana][*******#3e3e3e][FONT=Verdana][*******#3e3e3e][FONT=Verdana]A German Bundeswehr army soldier with the military police unit Kunduz monitors the area during a mission in a small village on the outskirts of Kunduz, May 4, 2010.[/FONT][/COLOR]
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    Default Afghanistan May 1st 2010

    [*******black][FONT=Verdana]I have previously posted these photos on the Afghan thread, but thought I would add them on here as well.[/FONT][/COLOR]
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    [*******black][FONT=Verdana]German Bundeswehr army soldiers of the 2nd armoured infantry battalion 122 monitor the area at a combat outpost called Hill 431; during a mission in Chahar Dara district in the outskirts of Kunduz, May 1, 2010.[/FONT][/COLOR][*******black][FONT=Verdana][/FONT][/COLOR]









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    Quote Originally Posted by Praet View Post
    Most probably either I./ ObjSRgtLw (Schortens) or II./ ObjSRgtLw (Kerpen).
    That is either I. battalion or II. battalion of the Air Force Infantry Regiment respectively.

    There is no proper translation for this unit's designation. In German it is called Objektschutzregiment which would literally translate as "force protection regiment" but there's more than that to their tasks. For example, the regiment is also able to maintain airports in combat zones.

    The regiment consists of four battalions, the first of which has three infantry squadrons and a air defense squadron, the second one has three infantry squadrons and a military intelligence squadron whereas the third specializes on explosive ordnance disposal, firefighting and airport clearance as well as maintenance. The fourth battalion is a reserve infantry battalion.

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