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Hey guys,could you tell me the name of these jackets that we see a lot of MARSOC guys rolling with?They're somewhat gray or foliage green(I'm colorblind :/) and i can't really find it's name online!Much appreciated!
They are ORC PCU’s (Level 5) have fun my jellyfish brudda! -Ed
Coalition force members waits for a herd of sheep to pass, so they can setup a helicopter landing zone in Balkh province, Afghanistan, Jan. 20, 2014. The troops were setting up the HLZ to return safely to FOB MES after participating in marksmanship training.
(U.S. Army photo by Spc. Stephen Cline, 20 JAN 2014.)
Some nice photo’s here. Take note of the “jumbo” American flag, I hear all to much that real operators don’t use them. Time to add this photo as well to my folder of argument ending photos. -Ed
A Navy Corpsman working with MARSOC, taking in the landscape. -Ed
This blog isn’t for porn but I’ll make an exception. This video also makes me wish I spoke Russian. -Ed
USSF with some interesting kit. -Ed
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FBI HRT during the standoff with the “Boston Bomber”. Check out that unique colored AC top on the man in the foreground. -Ed
US Army Rangers getting ready for a night assault. Take note of the ladder. -Ed
U.S. Army Rangers assigned to 2nd Battalion, 75th Ranger Regiment, fire off a AT-4 at a range on Camp Roberts, Calif., Jan 26, 2014. Rangers use a multitude of weaponry during their annual tactical training. (U.S. Army photo by Pfc. Rashene Mincy/ Released)
Not an AT-4, its a CG. Anyway neat photo.
US Army SF showing off their skills to bystanders, April 26 2012. -Ed