Australian Military Pics (New Pics Added 01DEC05, Page 3) - Page 2




 
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October 8th, 2005  
phoenix80
 
 
Thanks very much mate! enjoyed the post a lot
October 8th, 2005  
Pyro
 
I personally liked the photo of the Tiger.
October 11th, 2005  
AussieNick
 
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So like, I've heard that snipers just go out for like 3 days straight and hunt the enemy. After that, they go back to they're base. Is this true?
Not in an Australian Inf battalion normally. They are a company asset, and as such are under the control of the company commander, they certainly aren't a lone wolf type who goes off to win the war single handed. He can do what he wants with them, and post them how he sees fit. 3 Days might be how long they spend out in the sticks, but I think you'll find only a small amount of that would be lying up waiting for the enemy.
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October 11th, 2005  
Navy Boy
 
 
The Navy pics were awsome!
October 11th, 2005  
AussieNick
 

3RAR Digger on exercise Talisman Sabre

M-198 155mm Howitzer Firing

AW50F .50 Cal Sniper Rifle

Leopard 1

Gunner firing a Javelin in Afghanistan

Fighting at night. Firing the .50 cal browning in Afghanistan

SAS Patrol vehicle in Afghanistan

Long range desert patrol against the night sky

40mm AGL on LRPV in Afghanistan

Sniper from 6th Battalion, Royal Australian Regiment getting some practice on the range in Iraq.

Aussies defeat the Brits in the "Desert Ashes". The Australians scored 221 for the loss of only 6 wickets while the Brits were all out for 102.

Commando water born landing

Commando urban ops

Recovery of damaged ASLAV in Baghdad after being hit by an IED.

HMAS Darwin leaves for the Gulf

ASLAV-25
October 11th, 2005  
Pyro
 
you have to love night fighting.
October 11th, 2005  
Locke
 
 
awesome stuff nick

good to see the Ashes have bene recovered
October 11th, 2005  
AussieNick
 
Plenty more to come yet there Locke
October 12th, 2005  
Springfield
 
 
Wow, the new ones are awesome too! As usual, the sniper ones were my favorite. 8)
November 6th, 2005  
AussieNick
 

Me (on the left) and my mate at Murray Bridge Range SA


Staff cadet clearing F89.


Me with F88. Just before heading out for the first attacks of the day.



Me with F89 with Night Weapon Sight.