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Why not put the Army Corps of Engineers on the Great Wall of Trump?

Isn't building fortifications their whole job?
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/k/ Patch Thread

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Buy, Sell, Trade, Create and MAGA MOTHERFUCKER.

>WHERE CAN I FIND [patch]??

>Thread Theme
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/wfg/ Writefag General -The Dangers of Owning Tactical Pets Edition

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A place to share books, stories, and assorted writefaggotry.

All writing is welcome, even if it's only tangentially related to /k/.

Give thanks to Polybus and Archivefag for keeping /wfg/ afloat.
Featured writers

Hipoint Homie
Misadventures of Anon and Wiggerchan
Anon gets a Hi-Point Carbine geist after graduating college while heading cross country for job

This is the end
the goverment finally did it and banned guns, how will everyone react?

Link to sticky:
Last thread:>>32673108
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I'm about to buy an Springfield M1A. I thought about FN SCAR 17, but they're a bit beyond what I'm willing to spend (unless you think it's worth it, but I'll have to wait longer for my first gun).

My question is, what kind of material do you guys use to wrap your guns? Is there a type of blanket that's preferred (outside of a case)?
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Soldier specialities pre 1900s.

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Back in the day(lets say 1700-1899) were soldiers able to pick what type of soldier they wanted to be? For example could a man rock up to a recruiting office in Europe and ask to be a Cavalryman, Infantryman, artilleryman etc etc. Even more so could they choose their specific job within those roles ie: Heavy cavalry, light cavalry, light horse, rifleman/marksmen, light infantry, guardsman, grenadier etc etc?

This is doesn't necessarily have to be about the British Army.
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>thinking again about joining the service and met with a recruiter today
>remember my dad used to be a marine and call my mom for perspective
>find out my dad was actually in the Navy
>dishonorably discharged
>was a "hothead" who couldn't control his anger/emotions and got the boot
>now realizing the only thing that saved me from becoming "him" and continually beating the shit out of people who wronged me as a child was being diagnosed ADHD and thrown into a mental/emotional breakdown and slowdown on Ritalin
>friend recently was discharged from Navy too and now works security

Should I still consider joining?
pic related- Got my GED from this place and had a 94 on my Asvab...

/k/ movie night

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Arnabstream com

Saving Private Ryan
Hacksaw Ridge
Reservoir Dogs
Con Air
Pulp Fiction
King of New York
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Beretta M9 Farwell

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Now that the Sig P320 has won the new Army contract, this old girl can now rest it's head.

Tell me how you honestly feel about the M9?

>What did you like?
>What did you hate?
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AR Thread / AR General /arg/

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AR Thread / AR General /arg/
Snow Edition

Old Thread >>32712349
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/thg/ Treadhead General

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The last thread was shut out

New York 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.

The procurement and design of the M247 Sergeant York SPAAG was nothing less than a fiasco for the US Armed Forces, and a stain on the reputation of the Department of Defense and its ability to be trusted with the substantial arms build-up of the late '70s continuing throughout the '80s. By 1985, a grand total of 34% of the DoD budget was firmly earmarked for procurement - an outcome that stemmed from a combination of both modernising consensus and Cold War pressures. Although there are myriad examples of procurement failures with large cost overruns, the problems afflicting the York project were of an entirely different order of magnitude. How could such a self-evident and fundamental demand in terms of military hardware - a radar SPAAG to support ground troops in the vein of the contemporary Shilka or Gepard - culminate in such a scandal of profligate proportions? For that question to be answered, the focus must not solely be on the practical aspects of engineering a design and its manufacture, but also the Byzantine strictures and protocols that characterised the bureaucracy of arms acquisition during the York's development. The idea was not at fault - but the means to actualise it, from the corporate involvement of manufacturers, to the unique acquisition strategy proposed by the programme managers, were all in some capacity flawed, and detrimental to the York's realisation as the next step in air defense for the United States.

> Gun
Rifled 40 mm Twin Bofors
> Dimensions (l w h)
7.67 x 3.63 x 3.42 m
> Weight
54 tonnes
> Engine
750hp diesel
> Speed
48 km/h
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