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    Nah, the buggy is somewhat older, they made it in 2006 or 2007, but Lebed' did use it in 080808, there are photos of him riding it through Poti.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Konst View Post








    A short story behind these photos. The guy on the photos is not a pilot. He is a KHL Hockey team Traktor Chelyabinsk player, Konstantin Panov. The photos have been taken on February 14, 2012 at the airbase Shagol, Chelyabinsk. In the right upper corner of each foto one can see a logo of the team. A man wearing "papakha" is the Commander of the airbase Colonel Nikolai Gostev:



    That day later his Su-24 plane crashed 90 kilometers away of the airfield (engines failure). Both pilots survived and are safe and sound now.
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    Old guards still in action. MiG-25RBT.



    Bomber with cluster bombs KMGU-2. Su-24M.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kopapaka View Post

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    Computer graphics. From this video:

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    Quote Originally Posted by tip top View Post
    The bottom line being - the bald guy (third from the right on your photo) rides in it.
    Of course, because he is the owner of the car - the rest of the "good people" in the photo is not of the 45-th regiment.



    And here Lebed explains the President of "as they have come to such a life" (in the background - Iveco).

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    Quote Originally Posted by Khathi View Post
    PS: It feels like someone tries to start a flamewar here. Chill down, guys!
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    Quote Originally Posted by my name again View Post
    Afaik it is a selfmade vehicle ,build by this man : http://ra.spetsnaz.su/wiki/Anatolij_...lavovich_Lebed
    This Lebed fellow always reminds me of a lieutenant first class who was our platoon leader and principal instructor during conscription; an old school soldier, expert of survival and killing in general. On top of that he even kinda looks like Lebed. A living legend in his own right with somewhat pyromanic tendencies

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    Russian police officers role-play as armed criminals hijacking a bank vehicle during a performance for spectators at a military festival held in honour of the forthcoming Defender of the Fatherland Day in Russia's Siberian city of Krasnoyarsk February 21, 2012. Russians celebrates Defender of the Fatherland Day, formerly called Red Army Day, on February 23.
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    Russian police officers role-play as armed criminals hijacking a bank during a performance for spectators at a military festival held in honour of the forthcoming Defender of the Fatherland Day in Russia's Siberian city of Krasnoyarsk February 21, 2012.
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    Members of the Russian Special Purpose Regiment (Spetsnaz) prepare to storm a building during a performance for spectators at a military festival held in honour of the forthcoming Defender of the Fatherland Day in Russia's Siberian city of Krasnoyarsk February 21, 2012. Russians celebrate Defender of the Fatherland Day, formerly called Red Army Day, on February 23.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Aenique View Post
    This Lebed fellow always reminds me of a lieutenant first class who was our platoon leader and principal instructor during conscription; an old school soldier, expert of survival and killing in general. On top of that he even kinda looks like Lebed. A living legend in his own right with somewhat pyromanic tendencies
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    Well, there is always a guy who takes his job seriously and in the most hardcore way. Others just either respect or make fun of it

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    We lost many great men in the Chechen wars, but also saw the rise of many heroes.
    Here's two of them

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    ^ Pantsir-S1 SPAAG/SAM SHORAD system.



    ^ An S-300 Heavy SAM sytem.



    ^ BTR-T. Strange name due to not being wheeled but tracked.



    ^ BMP-T.
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    Quote Originally Posted by XTX-Horus View Post

    ^ BTR-T. Strange name due to not being wheeled but tracked.
    BTR mean "armoured carrier", T is for "heavy", so what is strange?

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