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older pic of KSK-troopers (from KSK = Kommando Spezialkräfte SF of the German Army

NBS MANTIS Air Defence Protection System - Army Technology

Nächstbereichschutzsystem (NBS) MANTIS is a very short-range air defence protection system developed for protecting the forward-operating bases of the German.

German King Tiger tank of the SS Panzer Division. The King Tiger was head and shoulders above anything that the Allies could field  except for the Soviet T34. The massive advantage in numbers of tanks, aircraft,  and equipment and the fact that the Tiger&King Tiger's dependability was suspect at best nullified any advantage the Germans had in technology

German King Tiger tank of the SS Panzer Division. The King Tiger was head and shoulders above anything that the Allies could field except for the Soviet T34. The massive advantage in numbers of tanks, aircraft, and equipment and the fact that the Tiger&King Tiger's dependability was suspect at best nullified any advantage the Germans had in technology

1,084 vind-ik-leuks, 5 reacties - British Army Things (@british_army_things) op Instagram: 'A Soldier from 1st Battalion Royal Fusiliers guards at a Checkpoint armed with a Combat Shotgun…'

1,084 vind-ik-leuks, 5 reacties - British Army Things (@british_army_things) op Instagram: 'A Soldier from 1st Battalion Royal Fusiliers guards at a Checkpoint armed with a Combat Shotgun…'

the_ww2_memoirs Two Fallschirmjäger of 1st/3rd Battaltion, 3rd Fallschirmjäger Regiment, look at smoke rising in the distance on top of a hill overlooking Maleme Airfield, Crete, May 1941. In early 1941 the Germans invaded Yugoslavia and Crete after the Italians were dialing miserably, and the British were landing their forces in Greece which could threaten their flank during Barbarossa. The invasion of Yugoslavia began in April 1941, although the Yugoslavian military put up their best fight…

the_ww2_memoirs Two Fallschirmjäger of 1st/3rd Battaltion, 3rd Fallschirmjäger Regiment, look at smoke rising in the distance on top of a hill overlooking Maleme Airfield, Crete, May 1941. In early 1941 the Germans invaded Yugoslavia and Crete after the Italians were dialing miserably, and the British were landing their forces in Greece which could threaten their flank during Barbarossa. The invasion of Yugoslavia began in April 1941, although the Yugoslavian military put up their best fight…

Military Armament | Members of the German Bundeswehr’s 371st Armoured...

Members of the German Bundeswehr’s Armoured Infantry Battalion (Panzergredanadierbataillon showing off their equipment during a media event at the battalion’s base on March 2015 in Marienberg, Germany.

You are not a wolf, and this is a land of wolves now

Soldiers of a Long Range Reconnaissance Patrol of the German Armed Forces march during an exercise prior the arrival of German Defense Minister Ursula von der Leyen at the Bundeswehr training ground on October 2014 near Bergen, Germany.

Spanish and German armed forces choose Thales rockets to equip their Tiger helicopter fleets   The Spanish Army Aviation (FAMET  Fuerzas Aeromóviles del Ejército de Tierra) and the German Armed Forces (Bundeswehr) who have been involved in different UN-peacekeeping missions and are currently deployed in Mali with Tiger helicopters are increasing their capabilities with Thaless rockets to meet their ambitions.  The Logistic Support Command of the Army (MALE) of Spain and the German…

Spanish and German armed forces choose Thales rockets to equip their Tiger helicopter fleets The Spanish Army Aviation (FAMET Fuerzas Aeromóviles del Ejército de Tierra) and the German Armed Forces (Bundeswehr) who have been involved in different UN-peacekeeping missions and are currently deployed in Mali with Tiger helicopters are increasing their capabilities with Thaless rockets to meet their ambitions. The Logistic Support Command of the Army (MALE) of Spain and the German…

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Daniel Libeskind - The Museum of Military History in Dresden, Germany

Germany's Museum of Military History

German Defense Minister Ursula von der Leyen inspects an ambulance during a visit to the Mera training camp for Peshmerga fighters in northern Erbil the capital of the Kurdistan region in Iraq 11 February 2018. German Bundeswehr soldiers are training Kurdish Peshmerga fighters. EPA-EFE/GAILAN HAJI #press #photojournalist #germany #photojournalism #news #german #kurdistan #canon5dmarkiii #5dmarkiii #canon #masks #training #defenseminister #military #peshmerga #epa #europe #erbil #photography…

German Defense Minister Ursula von der Leyen inspects an ambulance during a visit to the Mera training camp for Peshmerga fighters in northern Erbil the capital of the Kurdistan region in Iraq 11 February 2018. German Bundeswehr soldiers are training Kurdish Peshmerga fighters. EPA-EFE/GAILAN HAJI #press #photojournalist #germany #photojournalism #news #german #kurdistan #canon5dmarkiii #5dmarkiii #canon #masks #training #defenseminister #military #peshmerga #epa #europe #erbil #photography…

The German Stahlhelm, with its distinctive "coal scuttle" shape.

The Stahlhelm, iconic helmet of German forces in both world wars, inspired many modern-day helmet designs, including the U.

World War I German Shock Troops, circa 1917. CSU Archives/Courtesy Everett Collection

World War I German Shock Troops, Circa Canvas Print / Canvas Art by Everett

World War I German Shock Troops, circa CSU Archives/Courtesy Everett Collection. Note their stahlheim helmets. These were the original Stormtroopers

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