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Evening Quickie #soldierporn: There’s no place like home.
A landing craft air cushion from Assault Craft Unit 4 approaches the well deck of the multipurpose amphibious assault ship USS Bataan (LHD 5). Bataan sailors and 22nd Marine Expeditionary Unit Marines are underway conducting routine qualifications in support of PHIBRON-MEU integrated training (PMINT).
(U.S. Navy Photo by Mass Communication Specialist Seaman Mark Hays, 26 SEP 2013.)


Function AND form.  So many nice lines.

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U.S. Airman Disguises Himself As Football Player To Surprise Son During His Game


Glock 30
On a more serious note, instead of a full-size Glock, I may go with the smaller subcompact models. Right now it’s a debate between the 30, which is chambered in .45 ACP and the 29, which is chambered in 10mm.
Although both are subcompacts, they are slightly larger than their 9x19mm and .40 S&W brethren due to the side of their larger calibers.


Royal Netherlands Army (via World Armies)

The Engineer Advanced Reconnaissance & Search Platoon (EARS-Platoon)

The Engineer & Search Advanced Reconnaissance Platoon (EARS-pack) 11 Luchtmobiele Brigade , is part of the Airmobile Engineer Company and consists of a command group, two Advanced Search Teams (AST) and two Engineer reconnaissance groups. The EARS-Team aims to provide engineer support and reconnaissance and delivering Advanced Search capacity (maneuver) units.

The EARS-Team is the only one of its kind due to its diving capacity and because the reconnaissance groups must operate behind enemy lines, it is important that they can defend themselves so they train for contact drills on land and from the water.

Photos: Zadrach Salampessy

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SCAR 17s

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Syria by Mac Design Studio on Flickr.

Serbian Army