very nice vid
those are sold by NVEC, it is programable...for different strobing sequence.Originally Posted by Hollywood!
Homer Simpson is a government man tooOriginally Posted by Matchanu
Anyone know what song they use?
Sounds like something Jimi Hendrix could do.
i was more thinking of Rage Against the Machine
The lights you guys are talking about are pretty sweet. When I was at PJOC our chief SERE specialist pulled one out of his fanny pack (yes, a SERE instructor wore a fanny pack) and let us look at it. He said he would slap one on the back of his helmet for HALO jumps and other whatnot. Has functions for red, green, blue, and IR lights. All LED, and you change functions by rotating the dial surrounding the circle of lights. Pretty heavy duty construction I thought. Pretty sweet stuff.
Some photos I've found on the net, hope not reposts.
Last edited by Ravage; 01-19-2007 at 01:28 AM.
Thanks, and the mods also
RIPU.S. Navy Petty Officer 1st Class David Smith, of Naval Special Warfare, talks on a radio during an operation to establish a command post in Ramadi, Iraq, Oct. 29, 2006. (U.S. Army photo by Sgt. Timothy Stephens) (Released)
VideoThis photo provided by the U.S. Navy shows Navy SEAL Michael A. Monsoor, left, on patrol in Iraq in 2006. Monsoor died Friday, Sept. 29, 2006, in Ramadi, Iraq, when he threw himself on a grenade to save fellow SEALs
A team of U.S. Navy SEALs fires on insurgents from a rooftop Friday, April 21, 2006 in Ramadi 115 km (70 miles) west of Baghdad, Iraq. U.S. soldiers patrolling in Ramadi say that enemy contact is so regular, they can make accurate estimates of how long it will take to be shot at after the start of their patrols. Estimates range from 45 minutes for one company to just 8 minutes for another
SEALs have already begun defensive fire, as can be seen from casings littering the roof. Within seconds of this photo they will take the fight to the enemy with deadly efficiency.
Navy SEALs shortly after shooting begins in Mulaab. Note the wooden-butt 40 mm M-79 grenade launcher, affectionately called a “Thumper.” On the right is Mike Monsoor, posthumously nominated for the Congressional Medal of Honor after throwing himself on a grenade.
Last edited by He219; 01-21-2007 at 07:13 PM.
Sorry, I found the original pic, I thought it was one of an EOD guy, but I was wrong.
Looks more like an M4 to me.