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/MSG/ Military Surplus General

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guns that most likely never saw war edition

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SHTF/WROL Bug-IN scenarios?

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If a natural disaster or civil unrest creates conditions where you look around and say "I gotta get the fuck outta here", but you are forced to remain in place due to circumstance (small children, sick/injured, missed window of opportunity to bug out), what steps can be taken to mitigate dangers associated with the "fortified home" concept? How do you create a safe space for your family and supplies without advertising your situation to any potential threats?
Pic related is a "Bomb-Nado" shelter by atlas and can be installed for under $25K, strongly considering one for my next house.
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Does anyone have the video of the trainees getting rekt in room clearing drills, and the trainer making funny comments?

US Pacific Forces General 3: Aerial Asset Edition

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Like last time, these threads are to open discussion and conversation revolving around the deployment and usage of tactical, regional, and strategic assets employed by the US Military in the Pacific. I'm more fluent with finding Naval assets over air assets in the Pacific, so I will appreciate anyone who can fact check/expand on the units I list, for this list will not be as juicy as my previous thread, at least immediately. As always, for serious posts contributing to the thread, try to include some form of credible source
Ignore Shitposters, Ignore trolls, /k/ has enough of them shitting up every other thread
>inb4 hurrr OPSEC OPSEC
If I can spend 2 hours looking up all of this PUBLIC knowledge, I highly doubt dedicated Intelligence Agencies will trouble finding the same information. Now with all that being said, let's get to it
I'll start with: 7th Air Force
Kunsan AFB, South Korea
>25th Fighter Squadron- 16-24ish F-16C Block 40s, seems to be specialized in SEAD/DEAD due to being cleared to carry AN/ASQ-213 HARM systems in 2012. No actual Source on size of the Squadron
>36th Fighter Squadron, 15-22 A-10s. again I couldn't find a reliable source for the actual number
>51st Operations Support Squadron, nothing really to say, they keep the gears turning
Discretion, it seems like the 36th and 25th jump from Osan and Kunsan regularly, for they both are stated to be stationed at both bases, if anyone can clear this confusion I'd seriously appreciate it. I can't find much more on what air assets are deployed in Korea, if someone can expand on it, especially the logistics part, I'd also appreciate it

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/wfg/ Writefag General- pacific war edition

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This thread is for writing /k/ related stuff and the recommendation of books that are /k/ related

Give thanks to Polybius and Archivefag for keeping /wfg/ afloat.

>It's been unscientifically proven that a lack of (you)s for writers can lead depression, alcoholism, story abandonment, and an hero.

>But it's so easy to make a difference in a writer's life. Just one (you) a day can make the difference between a happy writer and a writer on permanent hiatus.

>Please, post now. Help make a writer's day.



Untiled AR healing: Anon gets on a gunshow a bonafide 80s gun and helps her back


Reclaiming the Fallout: A story set before the fall of the nukes and how a guy deals with the last years of civilization

>Recommended /k/ Literature:

>Link to Sticky:

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Do you think cops should be armed with heavier paramilitary gear, /k/? Their current inventory of small arms is not well-suited to dealing with well-armed, dug-in threats. Something simple like a mortar system would give police the advantage once again against those types of targets.
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Post Your Home Defender

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Here we go! It's finally finished! My Maverick 88 UHD (Ultimate Home Defender) edition! 12-gauge Maverick 88, ATI Shotforce PGS stock, Shoten Armory extended slide release, Uncle Mike's swing swivels, Esstac six-shell shotgun card held in place with industrial-strength name-brand Velcro, GG&G flashlight rail and ring holding a Nitecore P12 flashlight with red filter for night vision and Olight 18650 rechargeable battery for extra long battery life, loaded with federal #4 buckshot.

What's keeping *you* safe at night, anons?
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>there's no risk of being mistaken for the shooter, anon!
>the police won't shoot you for having a gun out during an active shooter situation!
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>American anti ship missiles


No match for the Type 1130 "Vulkan".
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I'll admit, I puked a bit.
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