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posted on Jun, 29 2004 @ 12:40 PM
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sirino and where did you get this story from? you just sit around and dream these up? and it was a little immature for me to put the seals pic up but I thought the thread was about the pics ok and cargo can u get of Russians.......!




posted on Jun, 29 2004 @ 12:46 PM
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Look WestPoint....

We know your veiws.

If its not American it sucks.


I said and always will say "No country has all the best weapons!"

Please try for one day have a open mind.

It might help you in the long run.


And dont accuse me of have a closed mind cause if you look what I post you will see that I have an open mind to every country.

Out,
Russian



posted on Jun, 29 2004 @ 02:23 PM
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lol Westpoint reminds me of a military propaganda tape from the talibans


no offense



posted on Jun, 29 2004 @ 04:17 PM
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@ Russian cool poster ...there was a movie (fiction) about Spetnaz fighting US terrorists ...is it available on DVD? If so U2U me.

@Vagabond Semper Fi! hmmmm couls be Lynch...the FAKE hero DAN DAILEY and SMEDLEY BUTLER 2 not one but 2CMH each....

@Westpoint
WTF I bet you drive a REALLY BIG car. Do you have a complex or something?



posted on Jun, 29 2004 @ 05:18 PM
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Nice poster. Spetnaz was the one to free the people from the theatre thing. They dont play around in Russia..(the gas thing). Nice motto on the sign. Wopp the terrorist's as$es.lol



posted on Jun, 29 2004 @ 05:45 PM
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Its to bad most vid. games out there only feature SWAT, Delta Force. Why not Spetsnaz. Spetsnaz really needs more credit. Maybe a couter-terror website would have on online store to buy one.



posted on Jun, 29 2004 @ 06:24 PM
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Games and movies feature Americans above other nationalities because the USA is a bigger market. To achieve more sales in the bigger market of America, it is wise for developers to make the main characters American or a certain percentage of the market will not appreciate the game/movie as much. That is not an opinion but a fact. I think it is slowly changing somewhat, but not much.

This also has a lot to do with Americans not understanding the accents of even other western nations. I was flicking channels on TV once and came across Ripley's Believe It Or Not. They were interviewing an Australian breaking some record or something and actually SUBTITLED what he was saying. Hilarious.



posted on Jun, 29 2004 @ 06:31 PM
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What about Socom 2 it features the SAS and Spetnaz both in the game. One of the best modern combat online shooters IMHO



posted on Jun, 29 2004 @ 06:42 PM
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My brother has a lot of respect for the Spetznaz. He was in the RAF Regiment, all though they arn't considered 'Special forces' their role to protect airfields and other military bases from external assault both from the air and from the ground puts them in the 'specialist' category.

One of the training senarios is to counter the Spetznaz and other special forces who may infiltrate bases to sabotage them and the training they got was pretty hardcore due to the fact the enemy they would fight would be bloody good so the Regiment was trained in simply to find an kill the Spetznaz as quickly as possible.



posted on Jun, 29 2004 @ 07:21 PM
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Oohrah RAF Regiment! Sounds a lot like USAF's security forces. I got a few friends in that. Of course I poke fun at them for being fly-boys but they are 3 of the hardest SOBs I know, so it got my attention when they chose to join USAF security forces.

Nobody wants to answer the last question in my little game *buzzer sounds* too late! The answers are: Jessica Lynch does not fit because she DIDN'T DO ANYTHING! Look up the citation that John Basilone got on Iwo Jima and compare it to what Jessica Lynch got. Bassilones should sound something like "transported ammunition across enemy lines, repaired a disabled machine gun, and killed bou-cou Japs". Lynch's has a lot of "never gave up" and other vague language.
Daly and Butler each had 2 CMHs. Lucy Brewer never recieved an award for heroism, and may in fact be fictional. She is the legendary first woman Marine. She supposedly disguised herself as a man and manned the fighting tops of the USS Constitution. Marines however ADMIT that she may be fictional. I've heard no such admission from the Army regarding Lynch.
Jessica Lynch is further distinguished because the situation which gained her fame was the result of BAD CONDUCT (poor care of her weapon) which reflects the lax attitude of soldiers as compared to Marines, especially in reserve units. Realize that in the good old days of war at sea, even on pirate ships, poor care of a weapon was A FLOGGING OFFENSE. Jessica Lynch, by all rights, ought to be flogged. (she's just cute enough that I'll volunteer to do the flogging too).



posted on Jun, 29 2004 @ 07:23 PM
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Originally posted by Russian

Terrorism is a sickness. Meet the doctors.



Out,
Russian

The sign below "Meet the doctor" says,
Spetsnaz warns you:
Capture of hostages is hazardous/dangerous to your health.


BTW, those are SN VV operators on the poster.

[edit on 29-6-2004 by kaskad]



posted on Jun, 29 2004 @ 07:31 PM
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Originally posted by The Vagabond
Oohrah RAF Regiment! Sounds a lot like USAF's security forces. I got a few friends in that. Of course I poke fun at them for being fly-boys but they are 3 of the hardest SOBs I know, so it got my attention when they chose to join USAF security forces.



Yeah, the RAF Regiment and USAF Security are both very similar in training and role. My brother had wings on his chest and they use the RAF ranking system and my brother was an Airman, they also have Gunners these guys specialise in both tracked and towed SAM and AAA battery operation. I believe the airman designation is the same in the USAF security? (Trivia: did you know the units in Stargate SG1 is based on the USAF Security Forces. Thats why they call them airman in the show)



posted on Jun, 29 2004 @ 07:40 PM
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hey russian I never said you were closed minded or never accused you of anything so you need to get off my...and Russian are you in the military or are you going to join or are you just a groupie?



posted on Jun, 29 2004 @ 07:47 PM
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umm what are you on about just a groupie.
personally i prefer the name military junkie or gun nut my self



posted on Jun, 30 2004 @ 01:07 AM
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Like they say...

"If I tell you I would have to kill you!"

Out,
Russian



posted on Jun, 30 2004 @ 01:45 AM
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Originally posted by WestPoint23
hey russian I never said you were closed minded or never accused you of anything so you need to get off my...and Russian are you in the military or are you going to join or are you just a groupie?


Let's hear your story Army. Don't tell me you've actually graduated West Point already... I'm praying to every God I can name that you're a teenager who plans to go there someday.
If you reflect the attitude of the US Army's officers, then I would say we have an ignorant and high-strung force that's riding for a fall.

The Marines, from E-1 and up, who I know I couldn't trust to get us through a fire fight can be counted on one hand. You, on the other hand, Mr. West Point, would not be in charge if I were sending a detail to clean the head.


D

posted on Jun, 30 2004 @ 02:24 AM
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Originally posted by cargo

This also has a lot to do with Americans not understanding the accents of even other western nations. I was flicking channels on TV once and came across Ripley's Believe It Or Not. They were interviewing an Australian breaking some record or something and actually SUBTITLED what he was saying. Hilarious.


Haha... I remember that, its been on a a few occassions. Australians aren't that hard to understand!


D

posted on Jun, 30 2004 @ 02:27 AM
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Originally posted by The Vagabond

Originally posted by WestPoint23
hey russian I never said you were closed minded or never accused you of anything so you need to get off my...and Russian are you in the military or are you going to join or are you just a groupie?



If you reflect the attitude of the US Army's officers, then I would say we have an ignorant and high-strung force that's riding for a fall.

T


Yea i agree. Loosen up a bit WestPoint. We know the US has a great military and that, but there are other countries who are highly capable and can match it with the US in certain areas.



posted on Jun, 30 2004 @ 09:50 AM
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didja read my post !I hit the nail on the head she is a fake hero!




Originally posted by The Vagabond
Oohrah RAF Regiment! Sounds a lot like USAF's security forces. I got a few friends in that. Of course I poke fun at them for being fly-boys but they are 3 of the hardest SOBs I know, so it got my attention when they chose to join USAF security forces.

Nobody wants to answer the last question in my little game *buzzer sounds* too late! The answers are: Jessica Lynch does not fit because she DIDN'T DO ANYTHING! Look up the citation that John Basilone got on Iwo Jima and compare it to what Jessica Lynch got. Bassilones should sound something like "transported ammunition across enemy lines, repaired a disabled machine gun, and killed bou-cou Japs". Lynch's has a lot of "never gave up" and other vague language.
Daly and Butler each had 2 CMHs. Lucy Brewer never recieved an award for heroism, and may in fact be fictional. She is the legendary first woman Marine. She supposedly disguised herself as a man and manned the fighting tops of the USS Constitution. Marines however ADMIT that she may be fictional. I've heard no such admission from the Army regarding Lynch.
Jessica Lynch is further distinguished because the situation which gained her fame was the result of BAD CONDUCT (poor care of her weapon) which reflects the lax attitude of soldiers as compared to Marines, especially in reserve units. Realize that in the good old days of war at sea, even on pirate ships, poor care of a weapon was A FLOGGING OFFENSE. Jessica Lynch, by all rights, ought to be flogged. (she's just cute enough that I'll volunteer to do the flogging too).



posted on Jun, 30 2004 @ 11:13 AM
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I think the poster and what it stands for ROCKS.

Sometimes I wish the US would jettison all the PC bullcrap and handle our enemies Russian-style...........

Heck, even Ole Vladimir himself can kick some a$$ if called upon (using his crazy Putin Fu). George W. probably would look like a deer in the headlights if confronted by an actual terrorist.






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