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    Very nice post! Their equipment looks very good, it should of course because I would not show my old stuff either. Btw Not so many beards in this army.

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    They still donīt trust too much in his own troops, look at the small arms...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Freedom Fighter View Post
    Qatar National Day Parade 2012



    WTF?!?! Saladins, Saracens and Ferrets?!?! Such a maintenance nightmare!
    This is better than Iranian Air Force! Nice operational museum.
    Sell those Aston Martin and buy some serious hardware!

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    Quote Originally Posted by boreal View Post
    They still donīt trust too much in his own troops, look at the small arms...
    I dont know how it is in your country but for what i know and have on personal experiance it is normal to parade unloaded. Normally you might have a magazin in your weapon but no bullets.

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    I like the Aston Martin

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pointman070 View Post
    I dont know how it is in your country but for what i know and have on personal experiance it is normal to parade unloaded. Normally you might have a magazin in your weapon but no bullets.
    In our parades the rifles had all the parts, this is not the case.

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    I see what you mean by '' all the parts''. Sharp!

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    Removing the bolts, just like the iranian parades

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    will be sold to Tunisia

    Qatar: President Marzouki, Sheikh Tamim and Mirage 2000-5
    Posted on: Tue, Jul 17, 2012

    Crown Prince of Qatar Sheikh Tamim Bin Hamad Al Thani is said to have discussed with Tunisian President Moncef Marzouki during their meeting yesterday (16/7/12) in Carthage the possibility of Tunisia buying the 12 Mirage 2000-5 fighter jets in service with the Qatari Air Force (QAF). The following 390-word report tells what about the results of the talks on the subject.

    http://www.tacticalreport.com/view_n...ge_2000-5/2793

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    Quote Originally Posted by Freedom Fighter View Post
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    C -17 super strategic airlift for small force!What for?

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    I get the feeling 'Got all the gear, but no idea'.

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    Quote Originally Posted by flanker7 View Post
    Removing the bolts, just like the iranian parades
    The Emir of Qatar is a dictatorial a-hole who came to power through a coup against his own father. He also constantly interferes in the internal affairs of other countries.

    Makes sense for him to be watching over his shoulder.

    Quote Originally Posted by andypandy820 View Post
    I get the feeling 'Got all the gear, but no idea'.
    Was it the disassembled .50 cal tucked away on that policeman's back that gave you that impression?

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