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13th Marine Expeditionary Unit (SOC) 2001

 

 

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kit list

Modified woodland bdu

Garrison cap

USGI Nomex flight gloves

USGI Jungle boots

BHI Rigger belt

 

SOE Custom vest

SOE 4x4 Utility pouch

SOE patrol leg rig

Eagle ind. duty belt

Eagle ind. pad belt

Eagle ind. Triple pistol mag pouch

USGI 200rd pouch

USGI Canteen Covers, Canteens with NBC Caps, Canteen Cup, Canteen Stove/Stand, Strobe Light Pouch (sewn to Canteen Cover)

USGI LC1 small first aid kit

USGI compass pouch

BHI Holster

 

mbitr AN/PRC-148 radio

30-88 Mhz 1 meter Blade Antenna

h-350 handset

ms 2000 strobe light

ties handcuff

letherman multi-tools

 

M16A2

m9

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w00t! Part III! :clown:

 

Ok, anyway, I wanted to know if Force Recon/MARSOC/anyone in the USMC will ever see any Daniel Defence RIS II's. I know they have gotten all the accesories from the SOPMOD II kit but I haven't seen any RIS II's. Also, I'm about 99% sure no CQB-R's are used by the Marines; can someone confirm/deny?

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If they do, it would probably in the from of the M4 RIS II. Correct me if I'm wrong, but I'm pretty sure there is an M4 version it the same as theMK18 version but a few inches longer.

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w00t! Part III! :clown:

 

Ok, anyway, I wanted to know if Force Recon/MARSOC/anyone in the USMC will ever see any Daniel Defence RIS II's. I know they have gotten all the accesories from the SOPMOD II kit but I haven't seen any RIS II's. Also, I'm about 99% sure no CQB-R's are used by the Marines; can someone confirm/deny?

 

 

if anyone will it'll be MSOB(MARSOC), then it may be used by Force later on since they did get issued SOPMOD I, i don't see why they wouldn't get issued II.

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Byline: Sgt Andrew J Carlson

Caption: Marines with Force Reconnisence, attached to the 24th Marine Expeditionary Unit, conduct a live fire range showcasing the use of the Claymore mine, M203 Grenade Launcher Weapon System, and the AT-4 Rocket Launcher. This range allows the Marines to become come more profficient at using these weapons should they need to do so while deployed with the 24th MEU. (US Marine Corps photo by Sgt Andrew J. Carlson)

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Marines have and do use CQBR length rifles. There have been pics of Det-1 and MSOAG with them. There have also been pictures of Old Force Recon with m733's.

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Marines have and do use CQBR length rifles. There have been pics of Det-1 and MSOAG with them. There have also been pictures of Old Force Recon with m733's.

 

Well thats good to know! Now that that is squared away, do you forsee any Marines winding up with a DD rail? I assume eventually some Marines may get them, but I would liek to hear from someone more knowledgable about the USMC.

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13th Marine Expeditionary Unit (SOC) 2001

 

 

reference pics

reference pics

reference pics

http://i156.photobucket.com/albums/t35/grundig-willy/13.jpg

http://i156.photobucket.com/albums/t35/grundig-willy/11.jpg

http://i156.photobucket.com/albums/t35/gru...lly/usmc360.jpg

http://i156.photobucket.com/albums/t35/grundig-willy/8.jpg

http://i156.photobucket.com/albums/t35/grundig-willy/5.jpg

http://i156.photobucket.com/albums/t35/grundig-willy/6.jpg

http://i156.photobucket.com/albums/t35/grundig-willy/7.jpg

http://i156.photobucket.com/albums/t35/grundig-willy/12.jpg

 

 

 

kit list

Modified woodland bdu

Garrison cap

USGI Nomex flight gloves

USGI Jungle boots

BHI Rigger belt

 

SOE Custom vest

SOE 4x4 Utility pouch

SOE patrol leg rig

Eagle ind. duty belt

Eagle ind. pad belt

Eagle ind. Triple pistol mag pouch

USGI 200rd pouch

USGI Canteen Covers, Canteens with NBC Caps, Canteen Cup, Canteen Stove/Stand, Strobe Light Pouch (sewn to Canteen Cover)

USGI LC1 small first aid kit

USGI compass pouch

BHI Holster

 

mbitr AN/PRC-148 radio

30-88 Mhz 1 meter Blade Antenna

h-350 handset

ms 2000 strobe light

ties handcuff

letherman multi-tools

 

M16A2

m9

you need a green shirt, and to fix your cover... its not a baseball hat.

otherwise, thats an awesome freaking loadout. well done.

-Joe

 

 

I need a little help... apart the molle belt, what other belts can i use for a FAST/ VBSS team?

can i get way with this?

 

http://camuflado.com/shop/images/detalhes/..._cintur_tan.jpg

yes. green would be better, but tan is sometimes sold at the PX.

-Joe

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As I told you Grundig nice loadout very original without Woodland MCCUU

 

Awesome pic!

 

That was the pic I was talking about a few post before you can see that the first guy is wearing a Mich 2002 helmet.

 

Nice Pics as always GRIM

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I got a question that I've been looking for the answer to for a while now with no luck. What kind of pouches are used for 7.62 mags? Are they shingles or flap pouches or ...?

 

From the pictures I have seen of marines using m14s and such, I could never see their pouches as they were always laying on them.

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2nd from the left, back row.

 

 

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Left side.

Not really Force Recon, but Marines nonetheless. BTW, that guy is really weighed down... RRS-V on top of MARCIRAS and FSBE patrol pack... WTF

 

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http://farm3.static.flickr.com/2572/367905...5ec425c3e_o.jpg

 

2nd from the left, back row.

http://farm4.static.flickr.com/3657/367899...3d7ba899e_b.jpg

 

Left side.

Not really Force Recon, but Marines nonetheless. BTW, that guy is really weighed down... RRS-V on top of MARCIRAS and FSBE patrol pack... WTF

EOD marines ;)

First picture is very nice, thanks !

 

 

Hah! Not to mention that dude is also carrying an EBR!

M39 EMR, the EBR has a 18" barrel instead of the EMR which has a DMR barrel, 22".

 

 

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U.S. Marines with Lima Company, 3rd Battalion, 8th Marine Regiment, provide security as Explosive Ordnance Disposal investigates a possible improvised explosive device during a security patrol in the abandoned village of Now Zad, in the Helmand Province of Afghanistan, April 6, 2009. The residents have left their homes in fear of their lives from the strong insurgent presence. The 3rd Battalion, 8th Marine Regiment, is the ground combat element of Special Purpose Marine Air Ground Task Force - Afghanistan. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Gunnery Sgt. James A. Burks/Released)

 

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EMR, EBR, whatever!!!

 

It has the EBR chasis so yeah. But it doesn't really matter to me anyways. It's still one hell of a gun.

 

Thanks for letting me know though. :D

 

-Luis

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