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NECROPOST!

 

My SEAL loadout:

 

NavyMP, are you one of the guys that played at the housing complex outside of the New London Subbase in Groton, CT back in around March? You look familiar...

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NavyMP, are you one of the guys that played at the housing complex outside of the New London Subbase in Groton, CT back in around March? You look familiar...

I'd think so, he's active on Hivemind and those guy's board.

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This may be a stupid question, but why do you have a sharpie in all of your pics?

 

This may be a more stupid question... but where do you get Sharpies in the UK?

 

Also, great loadouts Havoc and Navymp28, that vest (ISSAK?) looks really wide and uncomfortable though :blink:

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NavyMP, are you one of the guys that played at the housing complex outside of the New London Subbase in Groton, CT back in around March? You look familiar...

 

 

Yeah that was I :) You should see the lot now...nothing there.

 

 

This may be a more stupid question... but where do you get Sharpies in the UK?

 

Also, great loadouts Havoc and Navymp28, that vest (ISSAK?) looks really wide and uncomfortable though blink.gif

 

 

Not really, it is actually really comfortable. Even with the flotation foam still in it. I like it alot. The only problem with it is that I can't find any info on whether or not MARINE infantry and the normal troops get to wear it. I know SEALS do..seen enough pics and videos with them useing them. The ISSAK is a sweet rig.

 

I am looking into getting some more SAW/60 rigs. The one I want next is a COMBATKIT brand chest rig and vest.

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cos I'm British I've never been that interested in the details of US special forces but even though I know they're called 'Navy' Seals I'm rather surprised that most of them are recruited direct from the navy rather than the marines - simply because although i know all sections of a military recieve combat training I would've expected the main emphasis of training for navy personnel to be in the operation of a vessel - I guess what I'm trying to say is I'm surprised an organisation like the Navy - by its nature - is able to produce some of the toughest all-round combat troops in the states, and indeed the world when compared to the typical training of, for the sake of argument - the army and its resulting special forces divisions such as Rangers and Delta Force

 

I imagine (not 100% sure) that many of the British SBS members are navy but then their not as good or active as the SAS - although I think there's plenty of crossover between the two as with alot of special forces worldwide

 

-sorry for going offtopic a bit there

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cos I'm British I've never been that interested in the details of US special forces but even though I know they're called 'Navy' Seals I'm rather surprised that most of them are recruited direct from the navy rather than the marines - simply because although i know all sections of a military recieve combat training I would've expected the main emphasis of training for navy personnel to be in the operation of a vessel - I guess what I'm trying to say is I'm surprised an organisation like the Navy - by its nature - is able to produce some of the toughest all-round combat troops in the states, and indeed the world when compared to the typical training of,  for the sake of argument - the army and its resulting special forces divisions such as Rangers and Delta Force

 

I imagine (not 100% sure) that many of the British SBS members are navy but then their not as good or active as the SAS - although I think there's plenty of crossover between the two as with alot of special forces worldwide

 

-sorry for going offtopic a bit there

 

 

I am going to say something on this..off topic as it is. The US NAVY has quite a few ground oriented units as well as combat oriented units as well. The Average sailor does go to a ship but there are so many jobs it is crazy. There are the US NAVY Seabees that work with the corps and have intricate combat training. They usually operate in areas that are on or behind the lines so to speak. They are responsible for their own protection and must be capable of breinging the fight to the enemy if need be. There are also Naval Master at Arms (MP's). So there are rates in the US NAVY that lend to ground combat and thus the SEALS do have a pool of combat minded troopers to get candidates from. But mainly the peopel that try to become SEALS are some of the strongest minded people in the world. It takes a hell of alot to be a SEAL. And back on topic..

 

here is more playing SEAL:

 

Blackhawk MP5 tacvest over a Second Chance Soft bodyarmor vest in Woodland camo.

 

Spectre 1 point MOUT sling

 

Baclava

 

WileyX SG1's

 

Blackhawk Omega VI drop holster

 

Altima Dessert boots

 

and Nomex flight gloves

 

ASP

 

Pepper Spray

 

CA MP5 SD5

 

KJW SIG P226

 

and a KWA USP Compact as a "E&E" pistol.

 

 

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Naval Air Station Fallon, Nev. (Aug. 7, 2003) -- Navy SEAL (Sea, Air and Land) Team members secure a U.S. Embassy as part of a non-combatant evacuation exercise during Desert Rescue XI at Naval Air Station (NAS) Fallon, Nev. The exercise simulates the rescue of downed aircrew behind enemy lines enabling other aircrews to perform Combat Search and Rescue (CSAR) related missions as well as experiment with new techniques in realistic scenarios. Desert Rescue XI is a joint service CSAR training exercise hosted by the Naval Strike and Warfare Center. U.S. Air Force photo by Staff Sgt. Aaron D. Allmon II (RELEASED)

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Oh damn, I got a lot more of stash here.

 

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Eastern Afghanistan (January 14, 2002) -- During a search and destroy mission, U.S. Navy SEALs discover a large cache of munitions in one of more than 50 caves explored in the Zhawar Kili area. Used by al-Qaeda and Taliban forces, the caves and above-ground complexes were subsequently destroyed through air strikes called in by the SEALs. Navy special operations forces are conducting missions in Afghanistan in support of Operation Enduring Freedom. U.S. Navy photo (RELEASED)

 

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Petty Officer 2nd Class Jeremy Moore (right) with Helicopter Anti-Submarine Squadron 5 (HS5), Jacksonville, Florida, is moved to the HH-60H by the Navy Seals during a survivor retraction exercise in participation with DESERT RESCUE IX. Desert Rescue is the premiere search and rescue (SAR) training exercise involving Navy, Army, Air Force and Marine personnel. It is conducted at the ranges of Fallon Naval Air Station.

 

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US Navy Seals participate in the Non Combatant Evacuation exercise as friendly forces as well as enemy forces in participation with DESERT RESCUE IX. Desert Rescue is the premiere Search And Rescue (SAR) training exercise involving Navy, Army, Air Force and Marine personnel. It is conducted at the ranges of Fallon Naval Air Station, Nevada.

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US Navy Seals participate in the Non Combatant Evacuation exercise as friendly forces as well as enemy forces in participation with DESERT RESCUE IX. Desert Rescue is the premiere Search And Rescue (SAR) training exercise involving Navy, Army, Air Force and Marine personnel. It is conducted at the ranges of Fallon Naval Air Station, Nevada.

 

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A US Navy (USN) SEAL Team Member armed with a 7.62mm M60E (Enhanced) light assault machine gun provides perimeter security as a HH-60F Seahawk helicopter lands to airlift a injured survivor during the rescue training exercise DESERT RESCUE XI. The exercise is the premiere Search And Rescue (SAR) training exercise involving all branches of the US Military and is conducted at the ranges of Fallon Naval Air Station, Nevada (NV).

 

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A US Air Force (USAF) HH-60G Pave Hawk helicopter lands to extract personnel as a US Navy (USN) SEAL Team Members armed with a 5.56mm M4 carbines equipped with the Knights Armament Company (KAC) Modular Weapon System (MWS) and blank firing devices, calls in more air support during a Non-Combatant Evacuation Operation (NEO) training exercise conducted during DESERT RESCUE XI. The exercise is the premiere Search And Rescue (SAR) training exercise involving all branches of the US Military and is conducted at the ranges at Fallon Naval Air Station (NAS), Nevada (NV).

 

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US Navy (USN) SEAL Team Members armed with a 5.56mm M4 carbines equipped with the Knights Armament Company (KAC) Modular Weapon System (MWS) and blank firing devices, move in to investigate unidentified personnel, during a Non-Combatant Evacuation Operation (NEO) training exercise conducted during DESERT RESCUE XI. The exercise is the premiere Search And Rescue (SAR) training exercise involving all branches of the US Military and is conducted at the ranges at Fallon Naval Air Station (NAS), Nevada (NV).

 

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Unknown source. Video grabbed image from an operation in Afghanistan.

 

More to come.

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US Navy Seals participate in the Non Combatant Evacuation exercise as friendly forces as well as enemy forces in participation with DESERT RESCUE IX. Desert Rescue is the premiere Search And Rescue (SAR) training exercise involving Navy, Army, Air Force and Marine personnel. It is conducted at the ranges of Fallon Naval Air Station, Nevada.

 

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A US Navy (USN) SEAL Team Member armed with a 7.62mm M60E (Enhanced) light assault machine gun provides perimeter security as a HH-60F Seahawk helicopter lands to airlift a injured survivor during the rescue training exercise DESERT RESCUE XI. The exercise is the premiere Search And Rescue (SAR) training exercise involving all branches of the US Military and is conducted at the ranges of Fallon Naval Air Station, Nevada (NV).

 

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A US Air Force (USAF) HH-60G Pave Hawk helicopter lands to extract personnel as a US Navy (USN) SEAL Team Members armed with a 5.56mm M4 carbines equipped with the Knights Armament Company (KAC) Modular Weapon System (MWS) and blank firing devices, calls in more air support during a Non-Combatant Evacuation Operation (NEO) training exercise conducted during DESERT RESCUE XI. The exercise is the premiere Search And Rescue (SAR) training exercise involving all branches of the US Military and is conducted at the ranges at Fallon Naval Air Station (NAS), Nevada (NV).

 

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US Navy (USN) SEAL Team Members armed with a 5.56mm M4 carbines equipped with the Knights Armament Company (KAC) Modular Weapon System (MWS) and blank firing devices, move in to investigate unidentified personnel, during a Non-Combatant Evacuation Operation (NEO) training exercise conducted during DESERT RESCUE XI. The exercise is the premiere Search And Rescue (SAR) training exercise involving all branches of the US Military and is conducted at the ranges at Fallon Naval Air Station (NAS), Nevada (NV).

 

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Unknown source. Video grabbed image from an operation in Afghanistan.

 

More to come.

 

 

 

Nice pics scoob, any more?

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Unknown source. Video grabbed image from an operation in Afghanistan.

Hehe, I have the video that's pulled from. It was a 60 Minutes episode called 'Hidden Battles', and followed a SEAL Team in A'Stan when they captured (ok, shot and killed) Rosie Khan.

 

More info HERE. The video on there isn't bad, but the full report was about 9 mins long.

 

Oh, and the reporter is HOT.

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Hehe, I have the video that's pulled from. It was a 60 Minutes episode called 'Hidden Battles', and followed a SEAL Team in A'Stan when they captured (ok, shot and killed) Rosie Khan.

 

More info HERE. The video on there isn't bad, but the full report was about 9 mins long.

 

Oh, and the reporter is HOT.

 

Yeah I saw that too, good video. Sucks to be that dood that got taken away when they fingerprinted him and found out he was someone on a watchlist. DOAH...wrong place and the REALLY wrong time.

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Okay okay, I'll post my Mk18 pictures

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ALL SEALs CQBRs have the following

 

Wilcox Aimpoint ring (most folks mistake it for the PRI one)

Close Quarters Defense sling mount

LMT Rear sight

10.3" Colt barrels

Pistol grip that does not have a finger groove

Surefire M96 ARMS mount with SW02 tailcap

(plus the obvious stuff)

 

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I got some more from this guy

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SDV-T1 SEALs, Some of these men died for their country in Afghanistan.

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RIP Chief Petty Officer Jacques J. Fontan, Lt. Cmdr. Erik S. Kristensen, Petty Officer 1st Class Jeffrey A. Lucas, Lt. Michael M. McGreevy, Petty Officer 1st Class Jeffrey S. Taylor, and Petty Officer 2nd Class Danny P. Dietz. Least we forget.

 

I have some more stuff somewhere on my computer that people have given me. That 60 Minutes spot is great for those of you who havent seen it yet.

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NECROPOST!

 

My SEAL loadout:

 

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Why the M249 in a seals loadout? From what i here seals usually stray away from SAWs and when they do use them they use the SEAL version of the M60.

 

 

Oh and heres my SEALS Picture (Sorry its big)

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