It is indeed quite an interesting reading. In esp. Comparatively it is severely leaking in some areas. The "wisdom" that frost is less of a danger compared to wet is even outright ridiculous.
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Forgot your password? One of the gallerys has a literal room dedicated to to TOW Missile, with a machine used to assemble the guidance wires. We graduate November 2nd. I'm thinking about becoming a team leader, machine gunner or RTO in my platoon.
Feel free to ask questions about my training and give advice. I'll try to post some photos of the Armor and Cavalry gallery in the Museum later today or tomorrow. They used to have 11M Bradley Crewman as an option, but that's discontinued now. I'm an 11B, so I could be a leg or mech. Most of our company is headed for the st at Ft Campbell.
I haven't been informed of my duty station yet, but it's likely I'll go to Campbell too. There aren't many people in my company that even know what mechanized infantry is, so I'm kindof alone in those desires.
It's probably newer, and is the best gallery in the museum IMO. I loved firing it when I was a Bradley gunner. Also, you don't have to walk much , and you get a roof over your head. Even as one of my favourit training books "Kriegsnah ausbilden" He would rather dismount checking the terrain, then risk his tank.
At 2 kn a roar of a Leo will have the Inf soil their undee's, detection has a advantage that should not be under estimated Says the guy who claims that the enemy will detect you from a map board. Feel free to hold one up in combat, and have someone near you report back how that went for you You and I will continue to disagree on basically everything; you would disagree with me if I said the sky is blue.
All good. You can post now and register later. If you have an account, sign in now to post with your account. Paste as plain text instead. Only 75 emoji are allowed. Display as a link instead. Clear editor. Upload or insert images from URL. Ground Zero. Existing user? Sign in anonymously. Recommended Posts. Nate Lawrence. Posted September 29, Share this post Link to post Share on other sites. Straight leg or Mech? Or do they not make that distinction anymore? Posted September 30, Good luck to you.
Hope to see you back at TGIF someday. Apocalypse Posted October 3, An Se Iob training. The Cavalry lends class to what would otherwise be a vulgar brawl. Our guys walk as much as they ride. Dismounting is the only way to get close without detection. Posted October 4, edited. Posted October 4, Dismounting the bare minimum of it is mixed bag with our tankies Posted October 5, Yes, I've seen that. My intent was to highlight a common difference in mindset Join the conversation You can post now and register later.
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Simulated Combat Training (I)
BERLIN Own report - For years, the Bundeswehr has been orienting its training of combat troops on the model of the Nazi-Wehrmacht, as has been documented by a manual, aimed at furnishing "aid for combat", published by the Army Office of the German armed forces. The case studies presented in the training manual almost exclusively refer to operations of the Wehrmacht during WW II, citing numerous well known Nazis as sources, including the SS officer Paul Karl Schmidt "Paul Carell" , who headed the press section of the German foreign ministry until Requirements of Warfare With its manual "Simulated Combat Training", the Bundeswehr seeks to drill soldiers and recruits in accordance with the "requirements of warfare". Of the four case studies of WW II, presented to convey to the trainees an "idea of the reality of war", three are dealing with operations following the Nazi Wehrmacht's invasion of the Soviet Union in