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Soldiers of 1st Battalion the Coldstream Guards are pictured crossing an irrigation ditch, during operations in Afghanistan.

Soldiers of 1st Battalion the Coldstream Guards are pictured crossing an irrigation ditch, during operations in Afghanistan.

Royal Marines from 40 Commando on patrol in the Sangin area of Afghanistan are pictured (left) with a General Purpose Machine Gun or GPMG and (right) the newly introduced L129A1 or Sharpshooter 7.62mm rifle.

Royal Marines from 40 Commando on patrol in the Sangin area of Afghanistan are pictured (left) with a General Purpose Machine Gun or GPMG and (right) the newly introduced L129A1 or Sharpshooter 7.62mm rifle.

Royal Marines with 42 Commando are pictured during live firing traning in the Mojave Desert in California, USA.

Royal Marines with 42 Commando are pictured during live firing traning in the Mojave Desert in California, USA.

Esta foto del cabo Antonio Metruccio (27) se tomó después de que llevara 72 horas volando

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La historia del mundo está repleta de datos curiosos, excentricismos y cosas extrañas. A continuación te presentamos algunas fotografías que llamarán tu atención y te sorprenderán.

A Company of 1st Battalion Royal Welsh are pictured playing their part in clearing the Taliban from key areas of the Green Zone in Central Helmand, Afghanistan.

A Company of 1st Battalion Royal Welsh are pictured playing their part in clearing the Taliban from key areas of the Green Zone in Central Helmand, Afghanistan.

An american soldier helps this other soldier after an attack in Kabul, Afganistan. The real world people!!

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Un soldado norteamericano ayuda a un colega tras un ataque en Kabul, Afganistán. 20120406204062

Royal Marines from Bravo Company 40 Cdo Patrol in Sangin, Afghanistan by Defence Images, via Flickr

Royal Marines from Bravo Company 40 Cdo Patrol in Sangin, Afghanistan by Defence Images, via Flickr

ZSU-23-4 "Shilka", sistema antiaéreo sobre chasis del PT-76, 19 t, 50 Km/h, blindaje de hasta 15 mm, armando con un afuste cuádruple de 23 mm, orientado por un radar con alcance efectivo de 20 Km. Construido a partir de 1965, su desarrollo obligó a cambiar las doctrinas de la OTAN sobre ataques a baja cota. Vio servicio activo en Guerras como la del Yom Kipur (donde demostró su efectividad), la de Irak-Irán, la Primera del Golfo o Afganistán... Más en www.elgrancapitan.org/foro

La Pintura y la Guerra. Sursumkorda in memoriam - Página 1092 - Foro Militar General

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