There's a guy selling a uaz 469 for ~800 dollars
What's the catch /k/?
Tank armor has advanced a lot since WW2.
What if we used the same tech on a larger scale to do a Battleship.
Would it be unsinkable? Would it cost a lot? Like 15 billions?
What if Russia invented power armor?
Is it safe to carry a peacemaker half cocked with a full cylinder?
>Logistics & Transport
>Airborne Early Warning & Control
>Reconnaissance & Surveillance
Post pictures. Argue about which is best.
The Galaxy is very intimidating to look at considering that it has no weapons. It's a logistical superweapon.
Sorry if I'm posting on the wrong thread but anyone know any good WW2 Nazi Documentaries about Luftwaffe, Wermacht, Etc. You know all that stuff without the biased stuff. Thanks for the help you guys
>You know all that stuff without the biased stuff
The "Wings of the Luftwaffe" series on YT is a little aged, but still rather good. It does however also have a bias toward the aircraft the current episode deals with.
Does anyone know of or own a book similar to the anarchists cookbook? But updated and more accurate.
The glock 19 would be a honda civic
.its reliable (to some extent)
.can be heavily modified
.large aftermarket for them
also forgot to mention its got an annoying fanclub
Why do retards feel the need to use false analogies to compare any product with cars.
>If video games were like cars, then...
>If guns were like cars, then...
>If suits were like cars, then...
>If smartphones were like cars, then...
>If restaurants were like cars, then...
>If cars were like cars, then...
>leaked photo of new EOTech model that would have been released prior to getting BTFO
Kek my shit up senpai.
Post plane waifu and why
>RCS small af, smaller than the F-22
>Very fast, perfect for interceptor and seek and destroy roles
>QT prototype, never put into production (SHE'S PURE)
>Limits IR signature by dissipating engine exhaust heat
>D A T A S S . Jpeg
I'm a burger, but I have grown to love J-20. I don't know why.
how the AC-130 "nintendo pilot" cowards shot up that hospital in Kunduz
Are Hi Point carbines bullpups?
Can you silence a magnum?
American tech BTFO yet again.
>The Indian submarine INS Sindhudhvaj (S56) allegedly “killed” USS City of Corpus Christi (SSN 705) during an exercise called Malabar that is held annually between India, Japan and the United States. According to the Indians, the submarines were assigned to track each other down in the Bay of Bengal. “The way it happens is that the Sindhudhvaj recorded the Hydrophonic Effect (HE) - simply put, underwater...
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It is a testament to the quality of the submarine that they were able to succeed with an inferior crew
is USN now full of low-IQ retards or something? they should have won this exercise hands down.
just imagine what an encounter with russians would look like... they're craftier than israelis.
/k/, i'm not sure whether the topic was discussed before, but why isn't there any submarine aircraft carriers around, except for exorbitant costs? Special technical issues?
Does it even make any sense to have to having a airstrip appearing out of nowhere in the ocean, launching fighters?
>why isn't there any submarine aircraft carriers around
Because it's stupid.
>A handful of planes at most.
>Must surface to send and recover them
>Your sub turns into a huge fucking target
>You're MUCH better off just slapping cruise missiles on a sub