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311st Simon Bolivar mechanized infantry battalion of the armed forces of Venezuela.

311st Simon Bolivar mechanized infantry battalion of the armed forces of Venezuela.

Оригинал взят у коллеги oleggranovsky в Продемонстрирован тяжёлый БТР «Намер» с башней и пушечным вооружением Директорат танка «Меркава» и БТТ в МО (МАНТАК) в сотрудничестве сухопутными войсками АОИ завершил разработку версии тяжёлого БТР «Намер» с башней…

Оригинал взят у коллеги oleggranovsky в Продемонстрирован тяжёлый БТР «Намер» с башней и пушечным вооружением Директорат танка «Меркава» и БТТ в МО (МАНТАК) в сотрудничестве сухопутными войсками АОИ завершил разработку версии тяжёлого БТР «Намер» с башней…

Soldiers of the Palestine Liberation Organization (PLO) jubilate after a military training in May 1967 before the six-day war.  On 05 June 1967, Israel launched preemptive attacks against Egypt and Syria. In just six days, Israel occupied the Gaza Strip and the Sinai peninsula of Egypt, the Golan Heights of Syria, and the West Bank and Arab sector of East Jerusalem (both under Jordanian rule), thereby giving the conflict the name of the Six-Day War. / AFP / -

Soldiers of the Palestine Liberation Organization (PLO) jubilate after a military training in May 1967 before the six-day war. On 05 June 1967, Israel launched preemptive attacks against Egypt and Syria. In just six days, Israel occupied the Gaza Strip and the Sinai peninsula of Egypt, the Golan Heights of Syria, and the West Bank and Arab sector of East Jerusalem (both under Jordanian rule), thereby giving the conflict the name of the Six-Day War. / AFP / -

BRDM-2, East German NVA and Soviet soldier in cooperation during the exercise, Cold War times.

BRDM-2, East German NVA and Soviet soldier in cooperation during the exercise, Cold War times.

High Mobility Multipurpose Wheeled Vehicle (HMMWV) | Military.com

High Mobility Multipurpose Wheeled Vehicle (HMMWV) | Military.com

A Turkish soldier guards U.S. military equipment March 17, 2003 in the port city of Iskenderun, Turkey. Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan dashed any remaining U.S. hopes of a rapid decision to deploy U.S. troops in Turkey for an Iraq war when he said his government will not consider it until it wins a vote of confidence. Frustrated U.S. officials said in response that Washington had withdrawn its offer to provide a multi-billion dollar aid package vital to shielding Turkey against…

A Turkish soldier guards U.S. military equipment March 17, 2003 in the port city of Iskenderun, Turkey. Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan dashed any remaining U.S. hopes of a rapid decision to deploy U.S. troops in Turkey for an Iraq war when he said his government will not consider it until it wins a vote of confidence. Frustrated U.S. officials said in response that Washington had withdrawn its offer to provide a multi-billion dollar aid package vital to shielding Turkey against…

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