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QRQ 30
05-04-2004, 09:02
I wanted to put this in the early bird thread but someone got up earlier. Do you suppose these troops were trained by the 7th?

http://www.washtimes.com/world/20040503-115511-7092r.htm

I'm sorry I screwed up the Link. It is OK now. That's a hell of a knife that corporal has!

Airbornelawyer
05-04-2004, 09:42
Another pic of the corporal:

Airbornelawyer
05-04-2004, 09:46
Receiving a Chris Reeve knife from some PMCs:

Roguish Lawyer
05-04-2004, 10:10
I want an M-203. :( LOL

Solid
05-04-2004, 10:28
Lol Weapons Envy :)

Airbornelawyer
05-04-2004, 10:36
The El Salvadoran battalion, the Batallón Cuscatlán, is a composite unit. The current contingent is made up of troops from:

- Comando de Fuerzas Especiales
- Comando de Apoyo de Transmisiones
- Comando de Ingenieros
- Brigada Especial de Seguridad Militar (BESM)
- Comando de Sanidad Militar
- Brigada de Artiller├_a
- Regimiento de Caballer├_a
- Grupo de Operaciones Especiales
- Comando de Apoyo Log├_stico

Several of these units have received training from the US.

Team Sergeant
05-04-2004, 11:31
Hard as woodpecker lips.

It would seem he knows his enemy well enough to understand that if he had surrendered he would have been tortured and killed.

Great fighting spirit!

Team Sergeant

Psywar1-0
05-04-2004, 11:34
The El Sal's are great. Some of the best Helo pilots I work with are from there. They have a "leave no one behind" ethic that rivals our own.

Bill Harsey
05-04-2004, 20:49
What model of knife is that in the newspaper story? Hard to ID from just the blade.

Bill Harsey
05-04-2004, 20:51
Incredible story, Thanks for posting that.

The Reaper
05-04-2004, 21:02
Originally posted by Bill Harsey
What model of knife is that in the newspaper story? Hard to ID from just the blade.

Sir, I am surprised that you do not recognize your own progeny.

Do you not see enough of the grip to tell in the upper pic, on the front of his vest?

TR

Bill Harsey
05-04-2004, 21:09
Long day Sir, got it. Hell of a soldier.

Psywar1-0
05-04-2004, 21:30
Originally posted by Roguish Lawyer
I want an M-203. :( LOL

Move to a free state and you can have your very own. Im in the process of getting one as we speak. Yes they are a DD, but there is no transfer tax on Non HEDP rounds, so its not that bad.

The Reaper
05-04-2004, 21:33
He lives in Kalifornia, he should just get a .50 while he still can and enjoy shooting it. That thing will put a real smile on your face too.

If they are outlawed there, he can always sell it and get his money back.

TR

Roguish Lawyer
05-04-2004, 21:48
Originally posted by The Reaper
He lives in Kalifornia, he should just get a .50 while he still can and enjoy shooting it. That thing will put a real smile on your face too.

If they are outlawed there, he can always sell it and get his money back.

TR

Hmmmm. LOL

You wouldn't believe what I am going through just to purchase a pistol. I'll probably need counsel to close a deal for a .50!

All kidding aside, I'll hold off on more exotic toys until I learn to competently use the ones I have. I'm working on that as we speak.

NousDefionsDoc
05-05-2004, 05:49
Do you suppose these troops were trained by the 7th?

Of course - indirectly. Train The Trainer