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Bronezhilet

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  1. Since not all AA is mechanised, I put it in the Aerospace section. If it belongs somewhere else, please move. Patriot system: National Advanced Surface-to-Air Missile System 2 (NASAMS 2): Fennek Stinger:
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    General Mechanised Equipment

    Since I didn't want to put non-fighting vehicles in the General AFV thread, here's a topic dedicated for non-fighting mechanised equipement. And to kick it off, a Centurion Bridgelayer:
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    General news thread

    Since I don't think we have a general news thread, I decided to make one. Dump all news in here that doesn't fit other threads. Soooooo... an EgyptAir Airbus A320 just got hijacked. http://www.bbc.com/news/world-middle-east-35915139
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    Competition: Tank Design 2239

    Actually, in the real world Autocad is full autism and normies use Solidworks/Inventor.
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    Israeli AFVs

    bRutAL isRaElI SoLdiErs FiRE wHiTe PhoSpHorUS sHeLls aT PeAcEfuL dEmONsTrAtoRS, YoU cAn'T BeLIeVe wHaT HaPPeNs NeXt!
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    StuG III Thread (and also other German vehicles I guess)

    Plus the Leo didn't poison everybody in its vicinity with unburnt fuel, which the Chirftain kinda did.
  7. I guess you can check the different maps made during the offensive.
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    StuG III Thread (and also other German vehicles I guess)

    Oh yeah those trials. Fun times! Iirc the crews hated the Chieftain, but liked the Brits.
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    Israeli AFVs

    Picture doesn't work
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    WoT v WT effort-thread

    Is it OP as balls?
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    Syrian conflict.

    @Collimatrix check out the "Aleppo Earthquake" on the Anna News Youtube channel. It's a documentary about the SCW in Aleppo and covers it from start to finish. It's really good, lots of good footage and interviews with a whole bunch of people (residents, doctors, students, policemen, militiamen, etc).
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    50 bmg protection at 4 pounds?

    Pictures don't work for me.
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    WoT v WT effort-thread

    Well, that was a fucking waste of time. Apparently you can't exchange the T-34E coupon for a Pakwagon if you don't have a T-34E.
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    WoT v WT effort-thread

    I'm probably just going for the T-34E, which can be exchanged for that 8-wheeled German TD which I want (because it looks cool).
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    Contemporary Western Tank Rumble!

    But the explosives are still pressure-initiated, so wouldn't focussing all the energy of a long rod on a small diameter actually initiate an ERA earlier than a larger diameter? (Yeah I'm ignoring the fact that ERA is always angled but that doesn't change the point)
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    Israeli AFVs

    Oto Melara?
  17. So we have a bunch of people running around who speak very different languages, and yet nobody is talking about it. Hmm. To me, it's very interesting to hear experiences of somebody who does not speak two or more languages. I've been bilingual since I was 4 years old and I started learning my third language when I was 9. So I, more or less, do not have memories of speaking only one language, especially since I had an acceptable level of English when the internet really became a thing for me. As of today I claim to be fluent in three languages: Low Saxon (my native language), Dutch and English. I have a basic understanding of German, enough to read a few of Spielberger's books about tanks in German. I can read and understand South African, but not speak it. Lastly, I can generally understand the gist of texts written in Danish, Swedish or Norwegian, but I haven't bothered really learning any of those. The language I'm really trying to learn is... *drumroll* Russian. I don't know why, but I just love the sound of it. I'm still nowhere near a basic level, I'm still trying to become fluent in reading Cyrillic. So I guess I do know what it's like to be able to speak only one language. So for the Russians on here, after I can properly read Cyrillic, what should be my next step? Reading and trying to understand news articles maybe? Or should I go a different route and listen to Russian radio stations? As for people who only speak English, have you ever felt you were missing out because you didn't speak a certain language? Ever thought about learning another language? If yes, why? I've been looking at Japanese as well, but you know, weeaboos and shit. So in the end I didn't bother. To add something myself, here are a few of my things on a few languages I speak: (Dutch) Low Saxon Some call it a dialect, some call it a language. Opinions differ, but it's generally considered a (regional) language. It's not a single language per se, but more or less made of various dialects which are all quite similar, but different as well. Saying you speak Low Saxon is like saying you speak Germanic. Which you can't because Germanic consists of various different language groups. Because you know English doesn't mean you know German. It's different with Low Saxon. I speak a Low Saxon dialect, which means I can understand all the various dialects, as well as a lot from our granddaddy language group Low German. I might not understand all the individual words, but I do know exactly what he's saying. I once tried it with a German who spoke a German dialect as well. He spoke his dialect, I spoke mine. We were able to understand each other perfectly. Which is freaking amazing. Why? Because he spoke a Low German dialect, and Low Saxon is part of Low German: (So I guess you know what part of the Netherlands I live in.) Say I met an old lady from Berlin and we'd start talking to each other in our dialects, we'd be able to understand each other perfectly. I don't think English has the same thing. Maybe compare it to an American trying to understand freaking Welsh. As for the language itself, I'm amazed that it cannot be written. Sounds strange, but it just doesn't have any rules at all. Which, in linguistics, means you can't write it. And yet it has survived for quite some time. But sadly, its time has come and less and less people are fluent. It's dying, and quite rapidly at that. Also, it does not have a female word-form. "Officially" there is no difference what-so-ever between "his bike" and "her bike". Or "he went to the shop" and "she went to the shop". I can already hear the feminazi's partying because "finally proper equality between men and women", but alas, we don't say "her bike" or "she went to the sop", we just say "his bike" and "he went to the shop". Rekt. If you want to get a lot of words across really quickly, learn this. It's very suited for talking fast, and most speakers do. Dutch It's a mess. Don't learn it unless you have a reason to do so. - Its grammar rules are disgustingly irritating. Writing it can be a disaster. And guess what, it doesn't matter for pronunciation! Don't you love grammar rules like that? "Oh, I wonder, does this word end in a 'd', a 't' or 'dt'?" Guess what sucker, it doesn't matter! Except if you're a language purist, then fuck you. Of course, if you screw it up you'll get punished and people will point and laugh. - Sentence structure is different from Dutch Low Saxon, so automatically it's inferiour. It also different from English, which is also inferiour. - Dutch is totally and absolutely unfit for shouting. Shouting Dutchies are the silly. The language and pronunciation of words just doesn't suit it. English If Dutch is a mess, English is a trainwreck. Seriously, I only speak it because it's the main language of the world. If French had the same status, I would be speaking French, but I don't. And I quite dislike French. Your grammar rules are disgusting, so is the pronunciation, whoever came up with all the fucking rules must love torturing people. Who the fuck came up with the fucking silent-E? Seriously, fuck him. It's like Dutch, but waaaay worse. If I could advise against learning English, I would. Also, fuck English for invading other languages even though half of English is fucking French. It's slowly strangling other languages, which infuriates me. Seeing a language die first-hand isn't funny if you're any type of linguist.
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    APC/IFV armor in details

    Oh no.
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    The interesting ship photos/art thread.

    Our MoD called it a Harpoon, but I have no idea.
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    Name that AFV: The New Tank ID thread

    It's 👏 not 👏 an 👏 M113 👏 my 👏 dude 👏
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    Name that AFV: The New Tank ID thread

    I don't think there were Syrian river boats on the Dutch rivers friendo. Correct, but technically it's a YPR-806 PRB. Also nice job, I expected it to take way longer actually.
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    Name that AFV: The New Tank ID thread

    For speaking the forbidden word I will not tell you there is a flag on the boat.
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    Name that AFV: The New Tank ID thread

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    Name that AFV: The New Tank ID thread

    TZM-T
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    General AFV Thread

    @Ramlaen not exactly next to each other, but still:
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