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    Just look at that photo. Of course his "Tragesweise" is ****ed up. That whole pic looks so staged, both soldiers look like life-size Revell plastic models. He has only two hands so it´s just normal that his rifle is haning down next to his body. But I´m fairly sure that this photo was taken in a relatively safe environment to please the photographer.
    Being in Kunduz alone doesn´t make you a good soldier but these guys know where they´re going and believe it or not, Feldjaeger aren´t just chilling in their MP station, they go out and take fire, too. Therefore I can´t imagine that even though he´s a Hptm he doesn´t know how to handle a rifle. You know, there´s atleast a certain amount of training before deployment and I´m sure he´s smart enough to train that before going to former Bad Kunduz...
    Long story, short: Don´t judge a soldiers skills by one photo which also looks staged as hell...

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    A German Bundeswehr army soldier with the Delta platoon of the 2nd Paratrooper company 373 casts a shadow on a wall during a mission in Aqtappeh, north-west of Kunduz, northern Afghanistan, December 12, 2010.
    German Bundeswehr army soldiers with the Delta platoon of the 2nd Paratrooper company 373 gather on a combat outpost of the local Abaki militia during a mission in Aqtappeh, north-west of Kunduz, northern Afghanistan, December 12, 2010.

    Note the second G3 in the CQB-role.... Cool.

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    Quote Originally Posted by variable View Post
    Note the second G3 in the CQB-role.... Cool.
    Agreed! Thanks for the pics.
    More and more G3s are finding their way to Afghanistan. Would be interesting to read some field reports on how the "old" rifle compares to the "new" one in this environment.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hOMEr_jAy View Post
    Long story, short: Don´t judge a soldiers skills by one photo which also looks staged as hell...
    I could add the other photo where he walks on that road. But anyway, this topic is for photos, not discussion.

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    weasel:
    uhm... it feels great to be able to wear whatever I think is comfy,
    and good for me and my job.



    ... or maybe Zulu261 and me just joined the right unit

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    Quote Originally Posted by Blackburn View Post
    weasel:
    uhm... it feels great to be able to wear whatever I think is comfy and good for me and my job.
    Fail... since the Captain on the Foto Zulu261 posted does exactly this

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    Quote Originally Posted by Freestyler View Post
    Fail... since the Captain on the Foto Zulu261 posted does exactly this
    Some can't handle the freedom of choice. :P

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    He guys, did anyone of you thought that he is left handed and if u want to wear the g36 on such a sling as a left handed person it looks like that but it works.

    And please stop those gear discussions. If u are in a mission (out in country or in a training area) u wear stuff that fits your needs. and if your superior does not complain everything is fine.

    @weasel: U cant be serious with your criticism of the guys in the Marder wearing comms and therefor no helmet
    Last edited by Zeckenteppich; 12-13-2010 at 06:41 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zeckenteppich View Post
    And please stop those gear discussions. If u are in a mission (out in country or in a training area) u wear stuff that fits your needs. and if your superior does not complain everything is fine.
    There we go again You remember the Pictures with the Soldier wearing a black RSA assault vest? Worse quality than Army issued equipment, not suitable (G36-Magazines do not fit) and wrong Color (using black to look cool). And the Pictures are numerous...

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    Quote Originally Posted by zulu261 View Post
    I don't care to which unit the officer belongs. That "trageweise" is simply ****ed up. Compare it to how every other shown soldier does it. Whatever...lets not start the Kettenhunde discussion.

    Ah...that you are in Kunduz does not mean that you are a good soldier in general. Hauptmaenner tend to forget how to do things because they do mostly other stuff back home.
    He's probably using a privately acquired one point sling. In combination with such a device his handling of the rifle is just fine...

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    For all you 37/10 Nazis: "Wer nichts kann, kann Anzug."

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    Quote Originally Posted by muck View Post
    He's probably using a privately acquired one point sling. In combination with such a device his handling of the rifle is just fine...
    Handling is fine if you set it up properly. That FJg fails. Not only with his rifle. Look at both pictures...

    Jarhead, that's a good one!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jarhead View Post
    For all you 37/10 Nazis: "Wer nichts kann, kann Anzug."
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    Some more new pics (I know it's in today's already):

    German Bundeswehr army soldiers from Charlie platoon of the 2nd Paratroop Company 373 get a briefing before they leave a combat outpost for a mission in the city of Iman Sahib, north of Kunduz, northern Afghanistan, December 15, 2010.












    Soldiers check their Marder armoured personnel carrier (APC) of the German Bundeswehr armed forces with the 2nd armoured infantryman battalion 261 during a mission in the Chahar Dara district in the outskirts of Kunduz, northern Afghanistan, December 16, 2010.
    Marder armoured personnel carriers (APC) of the German Bundeswehr armed forces with the 2nd armoured infantryman battalion 261 and a Fuchs APC © with the 2nd paratroop company 373 drive during a mission in the Chahar Dara district in the outskirts of Kunduz, northern Afghanistan, December 16, 2010.
    Afghan children run beside a Marder armoured personnel carrier (APC) of the German Bundeswehr armed forces with the 2nd armoured infantryman battalion 261 during a mission in Chahar Dara district in the outskirts of Kunduz, northern Afghanistan, December 16, 2010.
    A Marder armoured personnel carrier (APC) (front) of the German Bundeswehr armed forces with the 2nd armoured infantryman battalion 261 and a Fuchs APC with the 2nd paratroop company 373 pass a bridge during a misson in the Chahar Dara district in the outskirts of Kunduz, northern Afghanistan, December 16, 2010.
    A Marder armoured personnel carrier (APC) (front) of the German Bundeswehr armed forces with the 2nd armoured infantryman battalion 261 and a Fuchs APC with the 2nd paratroop company 373 pass a bridge during a misson in the Chahar Dara district in the outskirts of Kunduz, northern Afghanistan, December 16, 2010.

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