Friday Foto

“Row, row, row your boat, gently down the stream….” “SHUT THE FUCK UP CARL!” Photo credit: 6th Ranger Training Battalion – Airborne and Ranger Training Brigade […]

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Introducing The M.U.S.T System

M.U.S.T. is a highly innovative, modular protection system developed to provide Military and LE units with a complete, quickly deployed solution that easily adapts to the scenario of the moment. A joint project of Mehler Vario System GmbH, Lindnerhof-Taktik GmbH, and UF PRO operating together as The MVS Group, the M.U.S.T. system is designed to […]

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Friday Foto

U.S. Army Rangers assigned to 3d Ranger Battalion recently conducted task force training at Fort Benning, Georgia. Rangers use this type of training to maintain a high level of combat readiness. Photo by Spc. Mitchell Gibbs, Combat Camera Documentation Specialist/75th Ranger Regiment Public Affairs. […]

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C-130 Hercules Celebrates Its 66th Birthday

On August 23, 1954 the YC-130 Hercules made its maiden flight in California from the Lockheed Martin plant in Burbank to Edwards Air Force Base. The C-130 is still in production today, making it the longest running military aircraft production line in history.   The need for the C-130 came from Air Force’s Tactical Air […]

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Happy National Airborne Day!

President George W. Bush created National Airborne Day in 2002. It was created to honor all current U.S. Airborne Forces, and to commemorate the first parachute jump of 48 volunteer members of the U.S. Army Parachute Test Platoon on August 16, 1940.  After months of restriction due to Covid-19, U.S. Army Paratroopers assigned to 2nd […]

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OV-10 Bronco reinvented?

Like a lot of old Ground-Pounders I’m very fond of the A-10 Thunderbolt and the OV-10 Bronco close air support / ground attack aircraft – they truly were the infantryman’s friend. And both still soldier on despite the repeated attempts by the air superiority fighter jocks to kill them off. There also happens to be […]

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