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    Default Afghanistan - ISAF 11th May 2010



    [FONT=Verdana]German Bundeswehr army soldiers with the 3rd company of the Quick Reaction Force (QRF) as they patrol during a mission in Chahar Dara district in the outskirts of Kunduz, northern Afghanistan, May 11, 2010.[/FONT]



    [FONT=Verdana]German Bundeswehr army soldiers with the 3rd company of the Quick Reaction Force (QRF) walk past sheep during a mission in Chahar Dara district in the outskirts of Kunduz, northern Afghanistan, May 11, 2010.[/FONT]



    [FONT=Verdana]A boy waves to German Bundeswehr army soldiers with the 3rd company of the Quick Reaction Force (QRF) as they patrol during a mission in Chahar Dara district in the outskirts of Kunduz, northern Afghanistan, May 11, 2010.[/FONT]



    [FONT=Verdana]German Bundeswehr army soldiers with the 3rd company of the Quick Reaction Force (QRF) patrol during a mission in Chahar Dara district in the outskirts of Kunduz, northern Afghanistan, May 11, 2010.[/FONT]



    [FONT=Verdana]German Bundeswehr army soldiers with the 3rd company of the Quick Reaction Force QRF patrol next to a compound during a mission in Chahar Dara district in the outskirts of Kunduz, northern Afghanistan, May 11, 2010.[/FONT]




    [FONT=Verdana]German Bundeswehr army soldiers with the 3rd company of the Quick Reaction Force (QRF) monitor the area while on patrol during a mission in Chahar Dara district in the outskirts of Kunduz, northern Afghanistan, May 11, 2010.[/FONT]



    [FONT=Verdana]German Bundeswehr army soldiers with the 3rd company of the Quick Reaction Force (QRF) patrol during a mission in Chahar Dara district in the outskirts of Kunduz, northern Afghanistan, May 11, 2010.[/FONT]

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    [FONT=Verdana]German Bundeswehr army soldiers with the 3rd company of the Quick Reaction Force (QRF) patrol during a mission in Chahar Dara district in the outskirts of Kunduz, northern Afghanistan, May 11, 2010.[/FONT]



    [FONT=Verdana]German Bundeswehr army soldiers with the 3rd company of the Quick Reaction Force (QRF) prepare to fire mortars from their position at their combat outpost in Chahar Dara district in the outskirts of Kunduz, northern Afghanistan, May 11, 2010.[/FONT]

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    [FONT=Verdana]German Bundeswehr army soldiers with the 3rd company of the Quick Reaction Force QRF prepare to fire a mortar at their position from a combat outpost in Chahar Dara district in the outskirts of Kunduz, northern Afghanistan, May 11, 2010.[/FONT]



    [FONT=Verdana]German Bundeswehr army soldiers with the 3rd company of the Quick Reaction Force (QRF) fire a mortar from their combat outpost in Chahar Dara district in the outskirts of Kunduz, northern Afghanistan, May 11, 2010.[/FONT]



    [FONT=Verdana]A German Bundeswehr army soldier with the 3rd company of the Quick Reaction Force QRF jumps inside a combat outpost on a hill in Chahar Dara district in the outskirts of Kunduz, northern Afghanistan, May 10, 2010.[/FONT]



    [FONT=Verdana]A German Bundeswehr army soldier with the 3rd company of the Quick Reaction Force QRF aims his weapon on a hill at a combat outpost in Chahar Dara district on the outskirts of Kunduz, northern Afghanistan, May 10, 2010.[/FONT]



    [FONT=Verdana]A German Bundeswehr army soldier, with the 3rd platoon of the Quick reaction Force 5 (QRF), is covered with mud after firing a mortar from a combat outpost in Chahar Dara district in the outskirts of Kunduz, May 8, 2010.[/FONT]



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    [FONT=Verdana]A German Bundeswehr army soldier with the 3rd platoon of the Quick reaction Force 5 (QRF) prepares ammuniton for a mortar at a combat outpost in Chahar Dara district in the outskirts of Kunduz, May 8, 2010.[/FONT]

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    Great pics, looks like Mr Bensch is embedded. Does he write also?

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    Nice Videos, thanks for sharing!

    There's a pledge in my hometown this evening. I will definitely upload some pictures later on...

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    Default Afghanistan - ISAF 12th may 2010



    [FONT=Verdana]German Bundeswehr army soldiers with the 3rd company of the Quick Reaction Force (QRF) take cover after detecting a suspicious site during their search for improvised explosive devices (IEDs) in Chahar Dara district on the outskirts of Kunduz, northern Afghanistan, May 12, 2010.[/FONT]



    [FONT=Verdana]German Bundeswehr army soldiers with the 3rd company of the Quick Reaction Force (QRF) take cover after detecting a suspicious site during their search for improvised explosive devices (IEDs) in Chahar Dara district on the outskirts of Kunduz, northern Afghanistan, May 12, 2010.[/FONT]



    [FONT=Verdana]German Bundeswehr army soldiers with the 3rd company of the Quick Reaction Force (QRF) patrol during a mission in Chahar Dara district on the outskirts of Kunduz, northern Afghanistan, May 12, 2010.[/FONT]



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    [FONT=Verdana]German Bundeswehr army soldiers with the 3rd company of the Quick Reaction Force (QRF) look out of their armoured vehicle 'Dingo' during a mission in Chahar Dara district on the outskirts of Kunduz, northern Afghanistan, May 12, 2010[/FONT]
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    [FONT=Verdana]German Bundeswehr army soldiers with the 3rd company of the Quick Reaction Force (QRF) take cover after detecting a suspicious site during their search for improvised explosive devices (IEDs) in Chahar Dara district on the outskirts of Kunduz, northern Afghanistan, May 12, 2010.[/FONT]



    [FONT=Verdana]A German Bundeswehr army soldier with the 3rd company of the Quick Reaction Force (QRF) watches Afghans on their motorcycles after a road was reopened to the public after soldiers searched for improvised explosive devices (IEDs) in Chahar Dara district on the outskirts of Kunduz, northern Afghanistan, May 12, 2010.[/FONT]



    [FONT=Verdana]German Bundeswehr army soldiers with the 3rd company of the Quick Reaction Force (QRF) patrol during a mission in Chahar Dara district on the outskirts of Kunduz, northern Afghanistan, May 12, 2010.[/FONT]

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    Great pics again, thank you.

    I see so many different versions of the G36 nowadays and wonder, which branch uses which version?? I see G36K, regular size, KA1 or whatever it is called, with EOtech, Zeiss Z-Point, the standard scope, 4 x scopes etc.
    Same goes for LLM, different bipods and other stuff. I saw a video where an infantry soldier showed the camera team "his" weapons, and he had two different G36s as his personal weapon.

    Can someone clear things up for me?

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    Is there still armament limitation for Bundeswehr ???

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    Pictures of the pledge, Wednesday 13 May 2010 in Lohr am Main










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    Quote Originally Posted by tornadoss View Post
    Is there still armament limitation for Bundeswehr ???
    If you mean a maximal size of the Bundeswehr, yes.

    If I remember correctly the "Two Plus Four Agreement" (for the German reunification) grants a maximal strength of 500,000 men. Any weapons of mass destruction are forbidden. I'm not sure about the paragraph about other nuclear assets like Nuclear powered ships. Taking part in a War of Aggression (Angriffskrieg) is also forbidden by this treaty (in addition to the ban in our constituion)

    But beside that, we are free to have tanks, airplanes, ships, heavy artillery etc. It's not the Treaty of Versailles anymore

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    Quote Originally Posted by Astaran View Post
    It's not the Treaty of Versailles anymore
    Yeah, its because of what that Treaty caused that they agreed to not do that again....

    Any advice from any one currently serving? I am thinking of joining the Bundeswehr.

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    Germany signed the CFE treaty on conventional arms in europe, so that means we have an upper limit of 20.000 tanks and 6800 aircraft

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    Quote Originally Posted by JCR View Post
    Germany signed the CFE treaty on conventional arms in europe, so that means we have an upper limit of 20.000 tanks and 6800 aircraft
    That's hard. Maybe we should build some Landkreuzer to compensate it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JCR View Post
    Germany signed the CFE treaty on conventional arms in europe, so that means we have an upper limit of 20.000 tanks and 6800 aircraft
    Damn, i'd be glad if we had 20.000 combat troops to deploy, not to mention 20.000 tanks

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    Read closer ... ^^ However, even this limits are far away from what we have now in service

    The treaty further limits the proportion of armaments that can be held by any one country in Europe to about one-third of the total for all countries in Europe - the "sufficiency" rule. These limits are:[4]

    * 13,300 tanks;
    * 13,700 artillery pieces;
    * 20,000 armored combat vehicles (ACVs);
    * 5,150 combat aircraft; and
    * 1,500 attack helicopters.

    All sea-based Naval forces are excluded from CFE Treaty accountability.[6]

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