Billy Mays Here for G2 Research!
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Has the M855 ban got you in the dumps /k/?Do you want to get out and plink again? Scalpers got your panties in a knot? Well Ive got just the thing! Brought to you by the good people at G2 Research, a brand new budget conscious and performance oriented round is here to save the day. It's called the G2 RIPOUT TRIDENT ROUND. What is this new RIPOUT TRIDENT ROUND you ask? Well, Ill tell you. The G2 RIPOUT TRIDENT ROUND offers only the finest in MAXIMUM EXPANSION. The G2 RIPOUT TRIDENT ROUND reaches MAXIMUM EXPANSION within the first inch of penetration, producing ENORMOUS HYDROSTATIC SHOCK. The copper bullet expands to nearly THREE TIMES ITS ORIGINAL DIAMETER. The bullet stays together in the patented TRIDENT FORMATION resulting in nothing but THE BIGGEST PERMANENT WOUND CAVITY for INCREDIBLY QUICK KILLS.
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Not for sale in faggot states like New York and California.
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>Women attending Ranger School will need to pack a female urinary diversion device, or FUDD.
Preparations are already underway for the integrated Ranger School class in April, and officials are looking at everything from accommodations to personal hygiene.
This is a first for the storied Ranger School, which until now has been open only to men. The packing list updated Monday contains several items female students must bring with them, on top of the standard items such as uniforms, ear plugs and eye protection.
They include feminine wipes, sports bras, cotton underwear, pads or tampons, and a female urinary diversion device, or FUDD. With use of a FUDD, a female soldier in the field can urinate more discreetly while standing, and also with minimal undressing.
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Hi /k/, have you seen this?
Basically a guy was talking to his student government about exercising his constitutional rights.
>“There will be no resolution written for your racism,” she continued. “It won’t happen. No one will support you. If you want to do this, whatever you call yourself, disrespecting, burning bridges, having no reason to create open dialogue, you’re going to continue to be the lone ranger, who from my perspective is threatened by black and brown people. So no. I will not advocate for you to get a gun to shoot me because you feel scared in the middle of the night when you see me in my black hoodie. I will not. I would not.”
/thg/ Treadhead General
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The last thread was stolen by Estonia
The Smell of Burger on the Wind Edition
> What's this thread about?
As usual this thread is for the discussion and pics of tracked and wheeled AFVs of all kinds from MBTs to supertanks to self propelled AA guns. Please keep it civil and cite sources for statistics.
One of the more curious ventures of the United States military industrial complex, the T92 Light Tank was the proposed successor to the M41 Walker Bulldog, as an airborne/airdroppable replacement with significantly reduced weight and dimensions. Developed by Aircraft Armaments, it first arrived at Aberdeen Proving Ground in 1956, and did meet the vast majority of the brief. However, upon the examination of similar PT-76 tanks in service in the Soviet Union, and its exceptional water mobility, the T92 was consigned to be discarded and was hence cancelled in 1958. The tank itself was remarkably small compared to the M41, and had very poor armour protection as a result, with thin welded cast and rolled steel along with some aluminum like its Sheridan cousin. Despite having such a cramped interior, it was expected to have a four man crew and carry sixty rounds of main gun ammunition. The standout features of the tank included a unique twin machinegun cupola mounted on the turret in addition to coaxial .30 cal, an engine located on the front, with a rear hatch for emergency purposes. The 76 mm was also identical to the main gun of the M41, assisted by a semi-automatic loading system, average rate of fire being twelve rounds a minute. The tank was an interesting deviation from the comparatively bulky and heavier AFVs that had preceded it, but was unable to see mainstream service, a distinction that went to the M551 Sheridan, with flotation screens allowing amphibious capability, albeit in a limited fashion.
Rifled 76 mm T185E1
> Dimensions (l w h)
6.29 x 3.15 x 2.26 m