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If the Second Civil War breaks out, what would it look like?
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What are the most impractical, bizarre, and useless firearms accessories you've ever seen?
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This British Bad Boy can Git 'r Done

It's the realization of every 7-year-old boy's dream—a bulldozer on a tank chassis with a machine gun. Known as the Terrier, this ditch-digging combat engineer vehicle is as adaptable as its canine namesake. The Terrier is a remotely-operable armored combat engineer vehicle built for the British Army's Royal Engineer corps by BAE Systems as a faster, better-armored replacement for the FV180 Combat Engineer Tractor (CET). Combat engineer vehicles are designed to operate in the indirect fire zone and do stuff like obstacle and route clearance, and digging of anti-tank ditches, trenches, and Armored Fighting Vehicle slots—basically, preparing a battlefield to provide as much help to your forces and as much hindrance to the enemy as possible. The 30-ton Terrier measures 6 meters long, 2.5 meters wide, and 2 meters tall, easily able to fit in the belly of a C-17 Globemaster III or Airbus A400M. The vehicle's 700 HP Caterpillar C18 diesel engine allows for a 70 km/h top speed and 600 km range. It can climb 60 degree hills and lift 5,000kg loads without breaking a sweat as well as hurdle 2 meter-wide trenches and ford a meter of water. Primarily equipped with a front-mounted clamshell bucket and 3-ton, side-mounted excavator arm, the Terrier vehicle can also be outfitted with a forklift or rock hammer—even Python minefield breachers if the need arises. For demining, the two-engineer crew remains a safe distance from the vehicle, up to a kilometer, and controls it remotely using a dual-thumbstick controller. Otherwise, they can command the Terrier directly through its drive-by-wire system, similar in concept to that found on the B-2 Stealth bomber. The vehicle is also outfitted with five onboard cameras, as well as thermal imagers, to provide a 360 degree view of the the immediate area under any lighting condition—handy when you're trying to remotely clear a roadblock from a half mile away.

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because the other one died, post your crazy autistic fantasy aircraft

does anyone know how the hell to use all the GPS guidance and laser guided stuff in BDArmory? I can't figure it out for the life of me.
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you americans talk about protecting freedums with your guns. Now's the time.
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What's the point of spending money on body armor when it doesn't even cover your gut or come down to your waist? Seems like a waste of time/money for what looks like a bulletproof BBQ bib.

I mean, if shit is hitting the fan enough that you have to wear body armor, then getting shot in the gut is going to be just as fatal as getting shot in the chest so what does it even matter?

pic related
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France and Italy forge naval alliance

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The Italian government finally gave the green light on a joint venture between the Italian Fincantieri and the French Naval Group on a 50/50 basis

>The alliance reflects the two countries’ desire to fend off competition in naval shipbuilding from the likes of China, the United States and Russia.

>It is targeting orders worth up to 5 billion euros ($5.63 billion) over the next decade. Naval Group said the joint venture aims to build 10-15 warships in that period, with synergies estimated at 10-15%.

>“It is the product of a shared industrial ambition,” Herve Guillou, chief executive of Naval Group told reporters on a call.

>“We are by far the two biggest naval shipbuilders in Europe, but we cannot remain competitive and maximize our resources if we rely only on our domestic markets.”

France and Italy already developed and operated warships together in the past, like the FREMM Aquitane/Bergamini class of frigates, the Orizzonte/Horizon air-defence destroyer and the upcoming European Patrol Corvette. With a third country the project could also be co-funded by the EU under the EU Defence Framework
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Revolutionaires, insurgents and partisans

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Long live the Revolution. Post freedom fighters.
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>needing more than ten rounds
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