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MessageSujet: African Lion 08   African Lion 08 Icon_minitimeMer 4 Juin 2008 - 10:20

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Maroc: Manoeuvres militaires maroco-américaines


Sécurité - Les forces militaires marocaines et américaines participent du 25 mai au 30 juin courant à un exercice militaire conjoint baptisé "African Lion 08" dans la région d'Agadir et dans le champ de manoeuvres de "Cap Draa" près de Tan-Tan, ville marocaine proche du Sahara occidental, rapporte mardi le journal local, "Libération".

Selon le quotidien de l'Union socialiste des forces populaires (USFP, au gouvernement), il s'agit d'un exercice régulièrement programmé pour améliorer la coordination des opérations et la compréhension des tactiques, techniques et procédures respectives de chacune des deux armées.

L'exercice comporte plusieurs types d'entraînement militaire, dont le leadership du commandement, l'entraînement aux armes, les opérations de maintien de la paix, le ravitaillement aérien et l'entraînement en vol à basse altitude, précise la publication.

Pendant ces exercices, les Américains vont conduire un exercice de commandement de poste, alors que les Marines et les marins de la Compagnie des armes du Régiment, du 1er Bataillon et des détachements du 4ème Groupe logistique des Marines et le 4ème Bataillon médical vont effectuer un entraînement bilatéral au niveau de l'unité et un entraînement de qualification aux armes avec leurs homologues marocains.

Ces manoeuvres interviennent au moment où le chef du Commandement américain pour l'Afrique (AFRICOM), le général William E. Ward, vient d'entamer une visite au Maroc au cours de laquelle il s'est entretenu avec des responsables marocains sur la coopération militaire entre les deux pays.

Les relations militaires entre Washington et Rabat sont actuellement coordonnées par le Commandement européen. L'AFRICOM, qui sera probablement basé à Tan-Tan, assurera ce rôle de coordination avec le Maroc et avec d'autres pays africains dans le cadre d'une restructuration du Département américain de la Défense.

L'AFRICOM est basé pour le moment à Stuttgart (Allemagne).

Rabat - 03/06/2008

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MessageSujet: Re: African Lion 08   African Lion 08 Icon_minitimeMer 4 Juin 2008 - 11:26

5 semaines Shocked

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Exercices militaires maroco-américains dans le sud du Maroc
2008-06-04 08:21:26

RABAT, 3 juin (Xinhua) -- Les armées marocaines et américaines participent à l'exercice militaire conjoint "African Lion 08" depuis le 25 mai dernier jusqu'au 30 juin courant, dans la région d'Agadir et dans le champ de manoeuvre de Cap Draa près de Tan Tan, dans le sud du Maroc, a rapporté mardi le journal local " Libération".

Il s'agit d'un exercice conjoint maroco-américain qui est régulièrement programmé pour améliorer la coordination des opérations et la compréhension des tactiques, techiniques et procédures respectives de chaque partie, a indiqué le journal.

L'exercice comporte plusieurs types d'entraînement militaire, dont le leadership du commandement, l'entraînement aux armes, les opérations de maintien de la paix, le ravitaillement aérien et l'entraînement en vol à basse altitiude.

Pendant les exercices, les Marines américains vont conduire un exercice de commandement de poste.

http://www.french.xinhuanet.com/french/2008-06/04/content_645279.htm
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MessageSujet: Re: African Lion 08   African Lion 08 Icon_minitimeMer 4 Juin 2008 - 12:42

Combien d'unités marocaines participent à cet exercice ?
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MessageSujet: Re: African Lion 08   African Lion 08 Icon_minitimeMer 4 Juin 2008 - 13:15

y´aura surement plusieurs unités des 3 armes,vu l´ampleur de l´exercice qui ne fait que grandir d´année en année
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MessageSujet: Re: African Lion 08   African Lion 08 Icon_minitimeMer 4 Juin 2008 - 16:01

yakousa a écrit:
5 semaines Shocked


C'est plutôt 5 jour je pense! 25 MAI au 30 Juin !

S'il vous plais est ce que vous pouvez m'expliquer :

- un entraînement de qualification aux armes?

- Et voler a basse altitude sert a quoi ?
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MessageSujet: Re: African Lion 08   African Lion 08 Icon_minitimeMer 4 Juin 2008 - 17:39

big boss a écrit:
yakousa a écrit:
5 semaines Shocked


C'est plutôt 5 jour je pense! 25 MAI au 30 Juin !

S'il vous plais est ce que vous pouvez m'expliquer :

- un entraînement de qualification aux armes?

- Et voler a basse altitude sert a quoi ?

Je ne sais pas comment tu comptes, mais du 25 MAI au 30 JUIN, c le mois d'aprés, c pas jusqu'au 30 MAI......
L'entrainement de qualification sert à améliorer l'interopérabilité avec les armes des alliés. Concrétement si sur le champs de bataille, un soldat américain n'a plus de munition, il pourra se servir de l'arme du marocain par exemple. Je te rappel qu'ils ont des M16, et nous des AK47
Voler à basse altitude sert à attaquer les colonnes de blindés......
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MessageSujet: Re: African Lion 08   African Lion 08 Icon_minitimeMer 4 Juin 2008 - 17:41

big boss a écrit:
yakousa a écrit:
5 semaines Shocked


C'est plutôt 5 jour je pense! 25 MAI au 30 Juin !

S'il vous plais est ce que vous pouvez m'expliquer :

- un entraînement de qualification aux armes?

- Et voler a basse altitude sert a quoi ?

ca,cé st ce que je pensait aussi,mais relis ca

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depuis le 25 mai dernier jusqu'au 30 juin courant

l´année derniere ca a duré presque 2 semaines,alors 5 jours je t´en pris...

en plus les choses deviennent tres serieuses entre le maroc et USA last time

ils se sont deja entrainé en basse alt avec nous,comme le font els belges et les francais au maroc,c´est la specialité pour echapper aux radars et frapper en surprise Wink
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MessageSujet: Re: African Lion 08   African Lion 08 Icon_minitimeMer 4 Juin 2008 - 20:14

big boss a écrit:





- Et voler a basse altitude sert a quoi ?

a regarder le paysage de plus pres, c'est tres tres beau le desert en basse
sinon ca sert a rien (ah si au muds donc a rien)
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MessageSujet: Re: African Lion 08   African Lion 08 Icon_minitimeMer 4 Juin 2008 - 22:42

je sais pas avec les nouveau radars ce que ca donne, mais normalement voler à très basse altitude te permet d'éviter les ondes, ça dépend bien sur aussi des caractéristiques du terrain.
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MessageSujet: Re: African Lion 08   African Lion 08 Icon_minitimeJeu 5 Juin 2008 - 13:29

big boss a écrit:
yakousa a écrit:
5 semaines Shocked


C'est plutôt 5 jour je pense! 25 MAI au 30 Juin !

S'il vous plais est ce que vous pouvez m'expliquer :

- un entraînement de qualification aux armes?

- Et voler a basse altitude sert a quoi ?

tout simplement pr penetrer sans se faire prendre par les radars !!
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Date: 2008-06-15 18:39:00
Pfc. John Norton, military policeman and Fargo, N.D. resident, receives 50,000 volts from the X26E Tazer during a non-lethal weapons training and practical application session of exercise African Lion 2008. Norton and the Marines of Military Police Company, Headquarters Battalion, 4th Marine Division participated in the month-long exercise that focused on bilateral, combined arms training and humanitarian assistance efforts with the Moroccan Royal Army.

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Date: 2008-06-16 10:28:00
Lance Cpl. Seth Synstelien, (left) military policeman and Fergus Falls, Minn. resident, coaches soldiers from the Royal Moroccan Army during individual search training near Tifnit, Morocco June 16. Synstelien and the Marines of Military Police Co., Headquarters Battalion, 4th Marine Division, took part in exercise African Lion 2008, a bi-lateral, combined arms exercise between U.S. and Moroccan forces from May 26, through June 29.

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Date: 2008-06-18 02:49:00
Marine Corps Lance Cpls. Ty A. Giurintano, an administrative clerk, and Nicholas S. Edwards, an assault team member with Weapons Company, 1st Battalion, 23rd Marine Regiment, take turns firing and assisting each other on the squad automatic weapon on June 18. The Marines are taking part in exercise African Lion 08, an annual training exercise promoting unit readiness and enhancing foreign relations.

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Date: 2008-06-15 06:25:00
Capt. Maurico Saenz (center), Combined Anti Armor Team platoon commander, demonstrates proper M-9 pistol marksmanship techniques to Moroccan Major Khaled Benkirane (left), 6th Regiment Infantry commander, and his soldiers. U.S. Marines from Weapons Company, 1st Battalion, 23rd Marine Regiment and Royal Moroccan Army instructed and assisted each other in live fire ranges on June 15, in the Cap Draa Training Area near Tan Tan, Morocco. The Marines are taking part in African Lion 08, an annual training exercise promoting unit readiness and enhancing foreign relations.

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Date: 2008-06-14 03:24:00
Marines from Weapons Company, 1st Battalion, 23rd Marine Regiment watch as Moroccan military members explain the capabilities of their RPG-7 on June 14, in the Cap Draa Training Area near Tan Tan, Morocco. The Marines and Moroccans exchanged knowledge of their weapons systems as part in African Lion 08, an annual training exercise promoting unit readiness and enhancing foreign relations.

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Date: 2008-06-15 03:58:00
Marines from Weapons Company, 1st Battalion, 23rd Marine Regiment take part in a weapons inspection given by the Royal Moroccan Army on June 15, in the Cap Draa Training Area near Tan Tan, Morocco. The Marines are taking part in exercise African Lion 08, an annual training exercise promoting unit readiness and enhancing foreign relations.

USMC goes kalasch Laughing
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Date: 2008-06-13 07:32:00
Capt. Andrew D. Bedo, platoon commander for Weapons Company, 1st Battalion, 23rd Marine Regiment, explains the down range area for live-fire exercises while Spec. Katherine M. Blazzard, a translator with the Utah National Guard, interprets for the Moroccan military. The Marines took part in a weapons demonstration here with the Royal Moroccan Army on June 13, as part of exercise African Lion 08, an annual training exercise promoting unit readiness and enhancing foreign relations.

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MessageSujet: Re: African Lion 08   African Lion 08 Icon_minitimeMer 25 Juin 2008 - 8:30

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Reserve Marines strengthen US, Moroccan ties at African Lion 08

6/23/2008 By Sgt. Rocco DeFilippis , 23rd Marine Regiment CAP DRAA TRAINING AREA, Morocco —

CAP DRAA TRAINING AREA, Morocco —More than 140 reservists from Weapons Company, 1st Battalion, 23rd Marine Regiment recently finished more than 10 days of bi-lateral, combined arms training with the Royal Moroccan Army's 6th Regiment Infantry here as part of exercise African Lion 2008.

The regularly scheduled annual combined U.S. - Moroccan military exercise is designed to promote improved interoperability and mutual understanding of each nation’s tactics, techniques and procedures.

During the field training exercise portion of African Lion 08, the Marines and sailors of Weapons Company worked hand-in-hand with their Moroccan counterparts during a variety of small arms, heavy machinegun, mortar and anti-tank weapons shoots that highlighted the interoperability of the two forces.

This exercise is important because Morocco is one of our key allies in the Global War on Terrorism,” said Capt. Andrew D. Bedo, commander of Alpha Platoon, Weapons Company, and Sugar Land, Texas resident. “Because of this relationship, our efforts to increase and fine tune interoperability greatly enhance our operational flexibility.”

During the exercise, the Marines and the Moroccans each demonstrated their particular weapons systems and shared tactics, techniques and procedures used in the employment of those systems.

The culmination of this shared learning experience came in the form of bi-lateral, combined arms deployment of Moroccan and U.S. weapons systems in a simulated attack.

This has been a great opportunity for our Marines,” said Sgt. Jonathan Gobbo, platoon sergeant of Weapons Co.’s Combined Anti-Armor Team Platoon and a Tulsa, Okla. resident. “Coming out here and working with the Moroccans, overcoming language and culture barriers along the way, will help both of our countries in the future as we work with other foreign forces.”

Gobbo said working with the Moroccan anti-armor infantry was especially helpful in overcoming language barriers because of the similarities in their military occupations.

We basically have the same weapons systems, even though we employ them differently,” Gobbo, an anti-tank missileman, said. “Because of this shared background, its been a little bit easier to communicate, because they know what were are saying when it comes to the weapons systems.”

In addition to the shared weapons experience, Bedo said his Marines learned much from the Moroccan soldiers in the area of desert operations.

The Moroccans have an incredible desert capability,” Bedo said. “They are very used to operating in this environment, so we’ve been able to learn a lot from them in regards to desert survival.”Cool

Overall, even though the exercises has consisted of multiple weapons shoots and other infantry training, the Marines said that more importantly, exercise African Lion 08 provided them with a relationship building experience between two allied countries.

Establishing good will has been a higher priority, even higher than training,” said Maj. Gary Bilyeu, Weapons Co. commanding officer and Sanger, Texas resident. “It’s good for our Marines to come out here and get a new perspective and experience the Moroccan culture.”

I feel that overall, our Marines have developed a great respect and appreciation for the Moroccan people through this exercise,” Bedo said. “I know I have made personal friends here that I will stay in touch with after I return home.”

The reservists of Weapons Company are based out of Broken Arrow, Okla., Shreveport, La., Houston, Austin, Texas, and Corpus Christy, Texas. The Marines and sailors are slated to return to their home units near the end of June.

http://www.marines.mil/units/marforeur/Pages/ReserveMarinesstrengthenUS,MoroccantiesatAfricanLion08.aspx


6/13/2008 3:37:00 AM: Lance Cpl. Vincent Fischer, a member of Javelin Platoon, Weapons Company, 1st Battalion, 23rd Marine Regiment, practices aiming in on an RPG-7 as Moroccan soldiers oversee. The Marines from took part in a weapons demonstration here with Moroccan armed forces on June 13, as part of African Lion 08, an annual training exercise promoting unit readiness and enhancing foreign relations
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MessageSujet: Re: African Lion 08   African Lion 08 Icon_minitimeMer 25 Juin 2008 - 8:47

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Reserve MPs share experience, training with Moroccans during African Lion 08

6/24/2008 By Sgt. Rocco DeFilippis , Marine Forces Europe
TIFNIT, Morocco —

TIFNIT, Morocco —More than 55 Marines and sailors from Military Police Company, Headquarters Battalion, 4th Marine Division participated in peace keeping operations training with members of the 7th Battalion, Brigade Infantry Mobile of the Royal Moroccan Army here as part of exercise African Lion 2008 from June 9-29.

Focusing on a large variety of military police tactics, techniques and procedures the Marines worked to continue forging and strengthen partnerships with the Moroccan military through shared training that will aid both forces in cooperative efforts to respond to crises and promote stability.

(This exercise) has given us the opportunity to foster cooperation and teamwork between the U.S. and Moroccan forces, which strengthens our relationship,” said 1st Lt. Eric Kaltrider, inspector instructor for the Wahpeton, N.D. reserve MP detachment and a native of West Minster, Md. “In addition to the ability to train with our Moroccan allies, this is a good opportunity for our Marines to get used to working with allied foreign militaries in general.”

The majority of the training here focused on non-lethal weapons, mounted and dismounted patrols, vehicle and personnel searches, control points, weapons familiarization fires and Marine Corps Martial Arts.

In addition to the sharing of these professional tactics, techniques and procedures, the Marines said the training was a good opportunity to learn about the cultural differences of working with other forces.

A lot of (our real-world missions) are joint and bi-lateral, so our Marines need to be used to operating in this environment,” said Capt. Joe Keegan, MP Co. commanding officer and Fort Worth, Texas resident. “This is what we do. We train and prepare our Marines to be ready for any situation.”

A special focus during the training was the emphasis on non-lethal weapons, which Keegan said the Moroccans asked for specifically. With a important role in United Nations peace keeping operations, Keegan said the non-lethal weapons portion was beneficial to Moroccans real-world military operations.

For the Moroccans, this training is applicable to what they are doing every day,” said Keegan, who is also a police officer with the Arlington, Texas Police Department. “As military policemen, our mission is always changing and non-lethal weapons give us a lot of flexibly so that we can accomplish the mission.”

According to Eric Damm, U.S. Marine Corps Forces Europe non-lethal weapons program, the non-lethal weapons portion of the training is designed to aid bi-lateral training by giving partner nations the ability to enhance their security and stability.

We are working with our partner nations to give them the ability to carry out their law enforcement, security and military operational requirements without being oppressive or injurious to their population,” Damm said. “These non-lethal weapons give them a viable method of force escalation that allows them to control the situation without having to resort to deadly force.”

Although exercise African Lion is an annual training event that has given Moroccans and Americans the ability to train together for several years, this year marked the first time that military policemen from both services have trained in the Tifnit area.

The training gives us an opportunity that we can use to expand our knowledge and it is a great benefit to our soldiers,” said Royal Moroccan Army Sgt. Adil Noman, a member of the headquarters of the RMA Southern Area Command. “We must be familiar with this training because of our work with the UN. Each year we gain a great benefit and get new information on how to work with foreign forces.”

The military police training served as important part in the multi-faceted, bi-lateral training that was conducted throughout exercise African Lion 08. In addition to the training here, Marines from Weapons Company, 1st Battalion, 23rd Marines; 4th Marine Logistics Group; 4th Medical Battalion; and Marine Aerial Refueler Transport Squadron 234 all worked with their Moroccan counterparts to conduct combined arms, aviation, humanitarian assistance and logistical support training.

Overall, both the Marines and the Moroccans said they enjoyed the opportunity to work and train with each other throughout the exercise.

I think it is more about building and keeping good relations,” said Cpl. Dustin Kremer, military police officer with the Twin Cities Detachment of the reserve MP Co. and a Mankato, Minn. resident. “(Our actual company) might not ever work with these soldiers again, but both of us will remember the confidence that we have built throughout our time here.”

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VMGR-234 Completes Africa Deployment
June 26, 2008
Marine Corps News|by Sgt. Beth Zimmerman Still

NAVAL AIR STATION-JOINT RESERVE BASE FORT WORTH, Texas - The last of a detachment of Marines from Fort Worth, Texas-based Marine Aerial Refueler Transport Squadron 234 returned on June 25 from a deployment to Kenitra, Morocco, for bilateral training with the Moroccan Royal Air Force.

Exercise African Lion 08 included members from several different branches of U.S. and Moroccan military conducting both air and ground training. According to Master Sgt. Andrzej Wyszynski, VMGR-234's senior enlisted Marine for the deployment, the "Rangers," who fly the KC-130T Hercules, conducted low-level formation flying with Moroccan KC-130s and aerial refueling with Moroccan F-5s.

"Just being able to do joint operations is a great thing, we get a lot of satisfaction training with these guys," Wyszynski said. The deployment offered "time to interact with another country's military and see how they operate and learn what they do - and they can learn from us."

The squadron's capability for aerial refueling provided invaluable training for the Moroccans, [b]who are scheduled to receive in-flight refueling systems for their aircraft later this year[b], according to Gunnery Sgt. Stephon Stollfus, who deployed with the squadron's maintenance control section.

"For the most part, the Moroccans try to learn from us," Stollfus said. Some of the Moroccans flew in the squadron's Hercules as it refueled the Moroccan F-5s - a close and personal view of what they'll need to do to accomplish their mission when they have refueling capabilities, Stollfus said.

The exercise also provided a learning opportunity for members of VMGR-234, according to Stollfus. "Our Marines get to see what other countries have to use as far as equipment and facilities," he said. "They get to compare…and I hope they come away with a better understanding on why we do things the way we do."

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The squadron's capability for aerial refueling provided invaluable training for the Moroccans, who are scheduled to receive in-flight refueling systems for their aircraft later this year, according to Gunnery Sgt. Stephon Stollfus, who deployed with the squadron's maintenance control section.
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Kenitra, Morocco-A Royal Moroccan Air Force F-5 receives fuel from a KC-130T from Fort Worth, Texas-based Marine Aerial Refueler Transport Squadron 234 on June 11 during exercise African Lion 08.

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Les photos personnel d'un marines qui a participer a l'exercice African Lion 2008:

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lol et moi qui croyait faire de l'exclusivité ! la prochaine fois alors Rolling Eyes!
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De droite à gauche : Général de corps d'armée Abdelaziz Bennani, général de division Ahmed Benyass et Major General Cornell A. Wilson
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Présentation de l'attaque: Les unités marocaines sont à gauche et americaines sont à droite
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Officiers marocains et américain en arriere plan HMMWV, Toyota Land Cruiser II, Uro VAM-TL
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Officiers marocains et américains
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Soldats marocains et américains
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Beretta 92 9mm
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HK MP-5 9mm
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Kalashnikov AKM 7.62mm
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Colt M16A2 5,56mm
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FN MAG 7,62mm
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RPG-7 & SPG-9
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TOW
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Mortier 81mm
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HMMWV
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HMMWV & Pegaso 3046
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Pegaso 3046
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Toyota Land Cruiser II Ambulance & AM General M35A2 Kaiser
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il est impératif de revoir l'equipement de base du nos soldats..........ca date des années 60 ce qu'ils ont sur le corps..............et ne dite surtout pas qu'il fait tres chaud ou c le courage du soldat qui compte. L'equipement donne un plus quoi qu'on puissent dire.
Et les Gillets et casques par-balles en premiers car ça sauve des vies.
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zakaria a écrit:
il est impératif de revoir l'equipement de base du nos soldats..........ca date des années 60 ce qu'ils ont sur le corps..............et ne dite surtout pas qu'il fait tres chaud ou c le courage du soldat qui compte. L'equipement donne un plus quoi qu'on puissent dire.
Et les Gillets et casques par-balles en premiers car ça sauve des vies.

En plus c est les soldats d'une unité d'élite le 6ème RIM

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