Discussion in 'Asian and Oceanic Special Operations' started by Ravage, Jul 18, 2007.
Rare pics of ANA SOF unit:
love the camo in the first set , far right ...lol
I did something similar with flowers once during basic. My DS actually laughed.
Yeah ! talking about "disruptive"... I would be if I catch something like that in my scope ...
I'm lmao over here lol
Found out they are part of 1st. Commando Brigade of the Afghan National Army. They want ANA to take over most of the fighting so foregin forces can go home.
Black really isn't a good color for over there. As a matter of fact it isn't a good color anywhere...
Say what? ;)
When we fish at night for striped bass, we use black because it is supposed to set up a better silhouette for the fish to see. Stripers have extraordinary night vision due to their eyes being equipped with more rod receptors and the same type of reflective material as cats. The reflective material in the eyeball makes the image appear to double, enhancing it's transmission on the optic nerve. Having used other colors besides black at night, I can say that at least with stripers black is better... ;)
Good to see a tactical discussion in the ANA SOF thread
You see any fish in those pics? Were we talking about fishing? I didn't think so. :cool:
It is a horrible color for camo as the eye is drawn to it.
Got a question. Do US SOF guys trust their Afghan counterparts ?
I only trusted the people in my unit.
"Trust" is a big word. I would trust that Afghans would act in their own interests, and our job is to convince them that our interests are their interests too.
That sums up OEF-A as a whole.
Sooo no beer with the Afghans I gues.
Just warm goat's milk...
Black in varying shades is found in plenty of places in nature, as shadow.
Black as a coloured uniform I too beleive is a poor choice.