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  1. 12Alfa

    BATUS Terrian

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    To be used with BATUS Map V4.23 Located in Southeast Alberta, approximately 50 kilometres west of Medicine Hat, CFB Suffield has been the site of military training in the region since 1972. CFB Suffield is host to the largest military training area in Canada, conducting the largest live-fire training exercises in the country. The Manoeuvre Training Area covers 1,588 square kilometres of a 2,700 square kilometre base Home of the British Training Unit in Canada SS_10_19_59.bmp
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    To be used with BATUS Map V4.23 Located in Southeast Alberta, approximately 50 kilometres west of Medicine Hat, CFB Suffield has been the site of military training in the region since 1972. CFB Suffield is host to the largest military training area in Canada, conducting the largest live-fire training exercises in the country. The Manoeuvre Training Area covers 1,588 square kilometres of a 2,700 square kilometre base Home of the British Training Unit in Canada
  3. People have different "mindsets" here, well I'll be damed....:)
  4. Feel free to hold one up in combat, and have someone near you report back how that went for you....please.
  5. At 2 kn a roar of a Leo will have the Inf soil their undee's, detection has a advantage that should not be under estimated.....ever!
  6. Well, they operated T type tanks for a while, so, ammo doors, loading issues would not come into play, T-55-62 of course yes, 72's no. Your other points are valid.
  7. I believe as the over pressure rises the panels fail at a point on a scale, a 120mm blast will climb the same scale, abit faster, but will hit the point where the panels will fail. The reload doors point of failure is above the blast doors on the scale. The panels are called"blast", so, the flame thing is not part of thee design in a true theory. Blast is exactly that, they are designed so the "blast" panels will fail, before the ammo doors, thous sending the "blast", and if you want the flames upwards, and not inwards towards the crew. The amount of pressure caused by 105 is less than 12
  8. India is interested in buying Russian tanks T-14 "Armata" Among the possible alternatives are the Ukrainian Oplot and the South Korean K-2 Black Panther. Moscow. October 3 - The Indian Army is going to purchase 1,770 modern tanks, mutually outdated T-72s, and the newest Russian T-14 Armata tank is a key candidate for this deal, estimated at $ 4.5 billion, reported The Diplomat. The publication notes that at present the Chief of Staff of the Indian Army Bipin Rawat is visiting Russia. The visit is viewed as an attempt to give a new impetus to bilateral strategic
  9. 12Alfa

    We love photos

    Ok, I raise you 1 Juliette Class Sub
  10. 12Alfa

    We love photos

    A whole new bustle too
  11. 12Alfa

    We love photos

    https://www.shephardmedia.com/news/landwarfareintl/bae-systems-unveils-upgraded-mark-2-challanger-2/ https://www.shephardmedia.com/news/landwarfareintl/thermal-imaging-technology-challenger-2-tank-upgra/
  12. 12Alfa

    We love photos

    We train for this, not the best mission/ tasking, however the Inf do need support, and, it's one of our roles.
  13. 12Alfa

    We love photos

    Ah, the days pf past.
  14. It's a great idea, however does not work all the time. ....sadly:(
  15. In this vid we can see how a small white object stands out, and why we cover our licence plates while operational.View the map attached to the sight head, maple leaf, and the plates. Also lights on dosent help.This is training, abit wrong training, but still training. As I have posted, we do stupid thing during training, combat has a way of teaching, some learn the hard way. Train as you fight, a saying I lived by in my later years. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0PBtM-v4GWY
  16. Of course it's your head, (and map) fell free to use them as required. me. I'm here due to not exposing my head (as it is) having my head under armour while reading said map in a war zone. A map can be seen from thermals (you know this). Having sat for many hrs as duty offices looking with a "eye in the sky" has given me and others a better understanding of what can be seen. Another point we should consider-If we use the PID to fire/not fire, this use to confirm a wpn, shows the level of detail one has on the target. So we have the detail for a AK with folding stock, but some
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