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    Quote Originally Posted by Ren987 View Post
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    The story behind the pics http://www.ynetnews.com/Ext/Comp/Art...279817,00.html
    Thanks for the info, good the also see this kind of photos.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Michel_ View Post
    Thanks, for your intel.
    That word, has a really old, letter in it, representing K=X. In English its spelled:PKHR. Which seems to be, pakhal, meaning: to pour fourth light=pak, but I can't remember the hal part, I'll figure it though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Michel_ View Post
    Thanks, for your intel.
    I guess that's a name, Faher is an Arabian name, unless it's in Yiddish and then it means something like for.

    Shiryoner posted some more pics from Lebanon here:
    http://www.fresh.co.il/vBulletin/sho...d.php?t=265809
    They are in memory of his friends Oz Tzemah, Ha'aran Lev, Dan Broyer and Vinon Nisan RIP.

    P.S. there was a picture there of the NATO improved cross but you missed it, which sucks for you

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    Quote Originally Posted by Michel_ View Post
    This is it,
    Well, if the second letter is an Alef (א) and the third is an (ה) than it says Pahar, which to my knowlage dosen't mean anything other than maybe a last name of someone, is the helmet used?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Michel_ View Post
    This is it,

    It means nothing, probably the name of the soldier it belonged to (sounds arabic).

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    Quote Originally Posted by IDF_TANKER View Post
    It means nothing, probably the name of the soldier it belonged to (sounds arabic).
    Actually, it is not arabic. Its basically early writting, before vowels, were created. It means, pouring forth a distance of light, in accordance with, walking.A true Infantry/tanker word or varo. It literally,
    means ranging etc. Only a priest,prophet or king would be knowledgeable of it though!Oops, It isn't pakhal, its pakhar. Since har=mountain, therefore, it's a reference to the sun/shemesh or to the future of zion. Sorry, for the mistake. It can also mean, a mountain trapper, i.e. emorru avraham etc.
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    Silly Merkavists.... in my advanced training (צמ"פ) we kept out turrets pointed where they should be pointed when we moved....

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    Quote Originally Posted by tanks_alot View Post


    Silly Merkavists.... in my advanced training (צמ"פ) we kept out turrets pointed where they should be pointed when we moved....
    Kusiyot, what can I say... Kol ha-zain be-zamap horef!

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    Quote Originally Posted by IDF_TANKER View Post
    Kusiyot, what can I say... Kol ha-zain be-zamap horef!
    Nice post bro. Keep it flowing/derore.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Moledet View Post
    I guess that's a name, Faher is an Arabian name, unless it's in Yiddish and then it means something like for.

    Shiryoner posted some more pics from Lebanon here:
    http://www.fresh.co.il/vBulletin/sho...d.php?t=265809
    They are in memory of his friends Oz Tzemah, Ha'aran Lev, Dan Broyer and Vinon Nisan RIP.

    P.S. there was a picture there of the NATO improved cross but you missed it, which sucks for you
    I know with some experience, its cananite/early eber.

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    Thanks for the help everyone

    The helmet is used, so it's probably a name or mountain trapper?

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    Quote Originally Posted by 500 View Post
    Nice.

    Others like this one ?

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    According to this website, http://www.globalsecurity.org/milita...-equipment.htm , the IDF has 3566 M2 Bradley's in service, how come that I don't see them on any pictures then. :?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Michel_ View Post
    According to this website, http://www.globalsecurity.org/milita...-equipment.htm , the IDF has 3566 M2 Bradley's in service, how come that I don't see them on any pictures then. :?
    Look further down in the table where it says m2/m3 halftracks. It's undoubtedly them they are counting twice.

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