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That's not Sierra Leone chaps, that's Kosovo.

Your wish is my command, as well as a few others..

 

 

 

Damn google! That image pops up as Sierra Leone on google! Thanks for the correction.

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Here's some pics from the last few weeks

More pics here:

https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.689450117789391.1073741857.434072613327144&type=1

https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.687471277987275.1073741856.434072613327144&type=1

 

 

Ambush Adventures, The Compound, 4th May 2014

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Ambush Adventures, The Compound, 18th May 2014

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Here's some from Team Diablo on Saturday night at the Longmoor night game

 

I should have figured what those guys with "official marshal" jumpers were doing, I did wonder. I was at Longmoor for a completely different reason haha.

 

How was it? I was quite impressed by the training area while I was there.

 

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I should have figured what those guys with "official marshal" jumpers were doing, I did wonder. I was at Longmoor for a completely different reason haha.

 

How was it? I was quite impressed by the training area while I was there.

 

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It's a great site, it's one of our favourites! Great for a night game as well as it's never too far to walk in the dark and you can be very sneaky room to room ;)

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Need to get myself back down to Tech Brigade.

 

Last time I was there I was in the middle of a massive hangover and wasn't in much of a state to enjoy it.

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Great pic - Can I ask what the thing on your back is? It looks like a ladder, or stretcher.

 

Ladder for scaling the castle walls!

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Great pic - Can I ask what the thing on your back is? It looks like a ladder, or stretcher.

 

It's a short ladder for getting over the 6-7' high walls at STANTA, lots of the compounds only have one gate which makes attacking them very challenging... going over the walls is easier :)

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It's a short ladder for getting over the 6-7' high walls at STANTA, lots of the compounds only have one gate which makes attacking them very challenging... going over the walls is easier :)

 

Any chance of a few pics of how you have it mounted?

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sadly not, it's not my ladder, I was just carrying one for the team I was with. I can explain it though, as it's pretty straightforward.  The rungs on the ladder are hollow so a bit of bungee was threaded through and a carabiner tied to each end, those were then clipped onto the d-rings on my plate carrier harness (this is someone else's carrier but the back panel is largely similar to mine:

 

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The ladder is very very light and if it weren't for me consistently bumping into things with it I wouldn't have noticed it being there!

 

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Ignore all of the above! Found a picture:

 

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there you go, one bit of bungee, 2 carabiners and the d-rings which are already part of the plate carrier. 

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