Discussion in 'SEAL Teams' started by TheSiatonist, Jul 2, 2010.
Got the green light to put these up. :)
SEALs in Astan, 2010.
Looks like they are using an Mi-8 as rotary wing support.
Nice ones Friend.
haha wheres the one with the SCAR that You showed me? the one without the helmet on.
The guy who was SLEEPING on the objective, ahahahhaha
You mean this one?
Same pic but different angle:
i saw the big res on the first one.. both eyes are closed lol.
ha ha....just like Ranger School and the Q course!!!!
I was telling Siatonist earlier; only the SEALs would have a mohawk of gadgets on their helmet.
Soem more from our Philipino Friend:
.....and two old ones from Denver:
Who here hasn't fell alseep on an ambush wait ??
I fell alseep in a ditch @ J.R.T.C. awaiting OPFOR to find us.
OPFOR probably never did find you either did they ?
No way, we were pretty well camoflauged. Of course, we were 325. :)
I was leaving an area of Afghanistan where one West Coast Team was replacing another and I knew right then that the down time before deployment was way too long. There were a few guys who had their helmets and rifles painted by some professional. Like they caught Pete the Pirate and asked him to camo their gear. Level 1-10 on looks/ I give an 8. Watching them pull a bagged HVT off a helo with cool camo helmet/rifles a 10.
Pix or it didn't happen
I wish I had video of these DynCorp guys complaining to HUMINT about how their 50 inch flat screen was missing along with the truck it was sitting in. As I sat there listening I thought to myself, new team, closed compound, opportunity, new transportation at an awesome price of FREE. Yea the Afghan workers did it.
Yea I like to think that some guys made the team room nice with all the amenities of home. Oh and Ravage those Jedi mind tricks don't work on me, Im like Corky from Life Goes On.
Never saw that. Gonna have to look it up.
'ways hand' you didn't see anything....
Makes for good NVG counterweights too!
Try IR Beacon So Aircraft can see you, a flashlight, IR Tape, and some Counterweights for NODs.