Few pics here.
That's no peace sign.. It's "V" for Victory.Originally Posted by BHM
I found this trough google:
Croats advancing thowards Dubica.
Crossing river Sava.
Destroyed Sebian armor.
Surrender of Serbian tanks.
Cro forces advancing on Zagreb-Belgrade highway.
Croatian forces in Pakrac.
Serbian armor armed with "Sagger" missles on Zagreb-Belgrade highway.
Dunno whos this...
F15 hit by the Serbs.
This is a Croat...
British, French, Canadian and other volunteers for the Croatian side.
Serbian tank with its crew in Bosnia
Captured Serb BRDM-2 during "Oluja".
This is what Croats were using at the beginning of the war:
Very brave, or completly crazy...
OMG that's Sylvester AKA "RAMBO" Man he rule da planetOriginally Posted by littlefrench
very interesting - never heard of F15 getting hit/shot down. details, anyone?
A friggin tractor! I cant believe it!
I lived on Adriatic coast and I can remember watching on TV 2 or 3 ended up in sea.They said it was engine failour or some other tech stuf.Originally Posted by Sirpad
I don't believe the term civil strife, should be used in the case of the former Yugoslavia. If you remember correctly, the republics of Slovenia, Croatia and Bosnia declared independence as a move that was granted by the Yugoslav constitution. In fact the republics pressed for more autonomy within the Confederacy, but in the end declared independence as Serbia did not seem to hold any arguments against it.
Of course, the majority of the Serb parliament did not mind the secession of the former republics but it was Milosevic and his cell of militarists that began plotting a take over. Soon after the declaration, Milosevic pressed his military aids to create rebel groups inside the former republics in order to give him a reason to invade. Once the police began fighting these Serb rebels, Milosevic had his "justification" to invade, in order to "unite" all the oppressed Serb's in the other republics.
Therefore, it was an illegal action by the Serb government in a already defunct confederation. Therefore he was not doing it as a way to unite back Yugoslavia but more or less was doing it to expand Serb borders. Therefore it was a nationalistic war, and not a civil war as some claim.
Any fellow Israelis here to have flashbacks of 1948 Sandwich armor?Originally Posted by Dado
Ok...so we can freely post pictures from those wars...without them being deleted...like last time???
Ok here I try. I have to say...of all the sides involved...the KLA is the most photogenic...
Pictures from KLA, NLA and UCPMB in Kosova, Preshev and Macedonia 1998-2000:
Macedonian TR-170 captured by NLA
AKSH special operations unit
Graves of fallen KLA soldiers
Macedonian T-55 destroyed by NLA
Captured Macedonian BTR-70 by NLA
KLA field commander...codenamed Sulltani (Sultan)
Firing 60mm mortar
12.7mm snaiper rifle
KLA entering Prishtina
NLA military police. When this picture was taken, they had a Macedonian soldier captured inside the van
KLA soldier with German soldier
KLA Black Tigers special operations unit
Armed with Armburst...supplied by the Albanian Army
Armed with Chinese made Type-65
Flag is raised at memorial for fallen KLA soldiers
KLA Commander "Ujku" (Wolf)
NLA soldiers during weapons handover to NATO troops. The guy in black is an NLA Military Police
Armed with Chinese Type-63
KLA Black Tigers
Commander of UCPMB
Funeral for fallen KLA soldier
KLA base in Kukes, Albania
KLA operated a fleet of 20 Steyr trucks as well as numerous Steyr off-road vehicles. Here KLA soldiers depart their base in Kukes Albania for Kosova
NLA soldiers over Totova, Macedonia
Many women joined the KLA
KLA soldiers enter Prishtina
setting up a reocilless rifle
KLA female soldier at funeral of fallen KLA soldiers
NLA Military Police
KLA troops land in an Albanian port
Atlanitc Brigade...made up of Albanian-American volunteers (as well as two genuine Americans)
On the front lines
Showing off arsenal of 60mm mortar and M79 anti-tank rocket
Picture taken in 1998...bot notice weapon the guy on the left is carrying. Its British
KLA soldiers on Steyr off road vehicle. These were bought in Switzerland
Commander "Ujku" again...he looks like Robin Hood
With Chinese-made RPG
Giving traditional Albanian salute of fist to forehead
KLA Commander who was killed in the war
UCPMB Commander reviewing troops
UCPMB troops parading
KLA anti-tank arsenal including a variety of Yugoslav-made rockets as well as Albanian Army systems
NLA Military Police
NLA military police
Macedonian tank captured by NLA
It said this was a russian murc, how many were there, and how many foreigners
my friends daddy fought in that war for the Croats....
told me lots of stories...and how stupid war can get.
Originally Posted by Millen
i swear to God that looks like my friends dad.....i doubt it