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Re: Battle Field Discussion (picture/video) Of African Military . by bidexiii: 2:04pm On Apr 15, 2018
Sinai | A Keepsake Photo of the 103th Battalion of lightning during one of the night raids

Re: Battle Field Discussion (picture/video) Of African Military . by bidexiii: 2:06pm On Apr 15, 2018
A Picture of a crew of Soviet soldiers in an air defence missile battalion Sam 3 in 1970.. dressed in Egyptian military clothes without waiting or qyạfẗ and they were not putting military ranks, their mission was to train Egyptian soldiers to shoot down Israeli planes. In 1970, they fought next to Egyptian soldiers in difficult circumstances and in one of the most embarrassing periods in the history of the Egyptian-Israeli conflict.
He joined them after a simple period, a crew of Egyptian Officers and soldiers who worked on Sam 3 _ me missiles and defended the sky of Egypt, says the captain of the Egyptian Air Defense Forces Sameh Faraj: I was one of the officers trained at hands The Soviets, they received the work from them afterwards, and on behalf of colleagues's colleagues, they salute the military because they're colleagues in the

Re: Battle Field Discussion (picture/video) Of African Military . by bidexiii: 2:08pm On Apr 15, 2018
Part of the images of the terrorist elements that were eliminated today during her attempt to attack an armed forces camp in Central Sinai.

Re: Battle Field Discussion (picture/video) Of African Military . by bidexiii: 2:09pm On Apr 15, 2018
More......

Re: Battle Field Discussion (picture/video) Of African Military . by bidexiii: 2:12pm On Apr 15, 2018
A Picture of one of the eagles of the Egyptian Air Force, who skipped 4000 hours on the f-16

Re: Battle Field Discussion (picture/video) Of African Military . by bidex111: 2:21pm On Apr 15, 2018
#Egyptian Navy "FMC Ahmed Fadel" C-801, P-32

Re: Battle Field Discussion (picture/video) Of African Military . by bidex111: 2:22pm On Apr 15, 2018
One of the heroes of the Egyptian paratroopers is armed with the Czech assault rifle cz-807

Re: Battle Field Discussion (picture/video) Of African Military . by Nobody: 3:39pm On Apr 15, 2018
Rear view of the ARA, first prototype vs the second

Re: Battle Field Discussion (picture/video) Of African Military . by Nobody: 3:42pm On Apr 15, 2018
Field testing of the ARA has commenced

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Re: Battle Field Discussion (picture/video) Of African Military . by Nobody: 3:43pm On Apr 15, 2018
Wonder if we'll see videos from the blast test

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Re: Battle Field Discussion (picture/video) Of African Military . by newafricaken254: 5:40pm On Apr 15, 2018
bidexiii:



Seriously these terrorist are Fecken desperate and rootless.
thats the only way they grab the headlines

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Re: Battle Field Discussion (picture/video) Of African Military . by newafricaken254: 6:42pm On Apr 15, 2018
DFN: Flintlock 2018 training in Tahoua, Niger, TAHOUA, NIGER, 04.13.2018

 
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GgggZY2oGG0
Re: Battle Field Discussion (picture/video) Of African Military . by newafricaken254: 8:27pm On Apr 15, 2018
MALI - the North and Center in the heart of Operation Foronto

 
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uLsCgjpJefo
Re: Battle Field Discussion (picture/video) Of African Military . by newafricaken254: 8:49pm On Apr 15, 2018
Senegal Gendarmerie Nurol Ejder 4x4 armoured vehicle

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Re: Battle Field Discussion (picture/video) Of African Military . by Ibrahimanees: 10:08pm On Apr 15, 2018
newafricaken254:
Senegal Gendarmerie Nurol Ejder 4x4 armoured vehicle
is that a girl or a doll

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Re: Battle Field Discussion (picture/video) Of African Military . by Nobody: 11:23pm On Apr 15, 2018
SternProphet:


I don't know what kind of Nigerian education makes someone think there is no insurance for members of the armed forces of any country?. Why do people even think this way?. We keep saying we want more young people in govt, yet the average young person in Nigeria now is as empty of information and good doctrine as a noisy drum.
the old men that has been ruling what have dey achieved? Abeg make all of una go die jawe with una rag tag nigerian army.
The old men ruling us what have they achieved? Look at the killings happening all over the useless nigeria,yet the foolish cow in aso rock with his Fulani rag tag Nigerian army are even supporting the Fulani herdsmen, what a useless country nigeria is.
Any military personnel that dies while fighting heardsmen or boko haram died for nothing.
Re: Battle Field Discussion (picture/video) Of African Military . by Nobody: 11:37pm On Apr 15, 2018
By Prince Tyodoo Livinus

Residents of Gbeji, Tse Akaanya and Tse Hiityo where Fulani herdsmen invaded last week Wednesday and Thursday, killed more than 50 people and destroyed properties worth millions of naira have accused the Nigerian Army of colluding and leading the Fulani militias to attack their villages.

Narrating their ordeal before the Commissioner for Industry, Trade and Investment, Prof. Tersoo Kpelai who took a team of journalists to the communities to asses the level of destruction and commiserate with the families, [/b]Mr. Sunday Kulegwa and Iortaver Idye (the most elderly person in Gbeji town) all pointed accusing fingers on the army noting that army personnel using official vehicles were not only spotted on the scene of the attacks with the invaders but also participated in the shooting and killing of innocent people.[b]

[/b]Similarly, in Tse Akaanya and Tse Hiityo all in Lumbuv council ward, Hon. Timothy Iorfa, Councilor representing Lumbuv ward, Austin Damsa and Terkaa Agera who witnessed the attack maintained that, men of the Nigerian Army in their personnel carriers and other army utility vehicles mounted with launchers and other sophisticated weapons were seeing shooting and killing people why the Fulani militias followed the troops burning houses and carting away with other valuables.[b]

Reacting, Commissioner for Industry, Trade and Investment, Prof. Tersoo Kpelai condoles the family of the deceased saying it is worrisome that innocent people are attacked and killed in their ancestral homes without any slightest provocation and promised to liaise with the appropriate authorities to investigate allegations of military involvement in the attacks.

Prof. Kpelai also assured the communities that he will meet with the Executive Secretary, Benue State Emergency Management Agency to discus the way forward and see if Government will come to the aide of the displaced.








https://www.lasgidionline.com.ng/2018/04/nigerian-army-led-fulani-herdsmen-to-attack-us-benue-people.html
Re: Battle Field Discussion (picture/video) Of African Military . by newafricaken254: 8:09am On Apr 16, 2018
Is the Jonglei Canal the way out of the Nile talks?

Egyptian politicians are said to be lobbying the government to negotiate with Juba to resume the digging of the controversial Jonglei Canal in South Sudan as an alternative plan as discussions on the use of the Nile waters aborted.

Sudan’s Foreign Minister Ibrahim Ghandour on Friday announced suspension of the tripartite talks between Sudan, Egypt and Ethiopia without reaching a consensual solution regarding the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam (GERD).

Samir Faraj, former governor of Luxor region along River Nile is among those pushing for the revival of Jonglei Canal project, arguing that the canal would enable Egypt to get additional 4.7 billion cubic metres of water annually from the White Nile.

Egypt is embroiled in a dispute with Ethiopia over the Renaissance dam, which Cairo maintains is a threat to the flow of the 50 billion cubic metres of water the country receives annually from the Nile.

Cairo is worried that it will interfere with the flow of water to the Aswan High Dam, given that Blue Nile contributes 80 per cent of the waters to Egypt. But Ethiopia remains adamant, saying that the $4.8 billion dam that is expected to generate electrical power of up to 6,000MW, is for the benefit of its people.

This week, talks on the tripartite agreement on the utilisation of Nile waters and the impact of the GERD, resumed in Khartoum. According to the Declaration of Principles signed in 2015, the three countries must reach consensus on the environmental impact assessment studies before Ethiopia can fill up the dam’s reservoirs with the capacity of 74 billion cubic metres.

Fluid bilateral relations

The last time the issue of Jonglei Canal came up between South Sudan and Egypt was in 2008, when the then Sudan vice-president and now South Sudan President Salva Kiir visited Cairo and discussed the prospects of resuming work on the canal after Juba’s Independence.

The then Egyptian prime minister Ahmed Nazeef, told the media that the project was on the agenda of the Supreme Committee between the two countries.

Juba has not issued any statement on the issue as it remains emotive. But a diplomatic source in Juba told The EastAfrican that Cairo has dropped interest in the Jonglei Canal project due to the current political instability in South Sudan, and the fluid bilateral relations between Juba and Khartoum.

Egypt was the financier of the project, with loans from its development partners, and had hired the Bucket Wheel used for excavation from the French government.

Egypt wanted the additional water from Jonglei to help grow food for its burgeoning population. Since the mid-1970s, however, water has become the limiting factor for agricultural expansion in many parts of northern Sudan, since new irrigation projects need more water.

Ecosystem

Research had shown that the digging of Jonglei Canal would have serious repercussions on the delicate ecosystem of the Sudd region that include negative effects on the aquatic, wild, domestic plants and animals, and interference of the farming activities of the people in the region including displacement.

Other negative impact include reduction of rainfall as the region will dry up after the canal takes water to Egypt and Northern Sudan, because the Sudd moisture contributes to the formation of rain in the region.

Shuttle diplomacy

Despite the environmental concerns, former director of water resources in Kenya, John Nyaoro, told The EastAfrican, Egypt would gain up to additional 10 billion cubic metres from the project.

“While the waters that leave Lake Victoria through the White Nile is 40 billion cubic metres, only 20 billion arrives in Khartoum where it meets the Blue Nile from Ethiopia. If the Jonglei channels are opened to allow quick flow water, it would solve the problem of stagnation which results into loses through evaporation,” said Mr Nyaoro.

But the GERD remains a big concern to Egypt and President Abdel Fattah el-Sisi has been crisscrossing the Nile basin countries trying to lobby against the dam and amendments to the 2011 Nile Treaty that allowed greater use of the waters by riparian states.

Egypt considers damming and major irrigation projects by the riparian states on the Nile waters as a major threat to the flow of water it receives http://www.theeastafrican.co.ke/news/Jonglei-Canal-Egypt-Nile-water-Sudan-Ethiopia/2558-4376956-j3s9efz/index.html
Re: Battle Field Discussion (picture/video) Of African Military . by Nobody: 9:08am On Apr 16, 2018
Ibrahimanees:

is that a girl or a doll

Seriously I was also surprised

Was looking at the vehicle and totally missed her

Would be fun to sneak in from the left and pull her ear a bit grin

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Re: Battle Field Discussion (picture/video) Of African Military . by Odunayaw(m): 1:15pm On Apr 16, 2018
jakeporeshenko:
Rear view of the ARA, first prototype vs the second
The 2nd version is quite pretty
what do you think of the extra tyre's position
Re: Battle Field Discussion (picture/video) Of African Military . by Nobody: 4:52pm On Apr 16, 2018
What is NA up to.

Research and development conference 2018

Re: Battle Field Discussion (picture/video) Of African Military . by bidex111: 5:20pm On Apr 16, 2018
jakeporeshenko:
What is NA up to.

Research and development conference 2018


Seriously, what's these......?

Mounting what seems to be CCTV camera on a GPMG... grin shocked

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Re: Battle Field Discussion (picture/video) Of African Military . by Nobody: 5:25pm On Apr 16, 2018
Re: Battle Field Discussion (picture/video) Of African Military . by bidex111: 5:26pm On Apr 16, 2018
HappeningNow: The Opening Ceremony of African Land Forces Summit 2018 #ALFS2018 Theme: "Unity is Strength: Combating Africa's Security Challenges"

Re: Battle Field Discussion (picture/video) Of African Military . by Nobody: 5:28pm On Apr 16, 2018
bidex111:



Seriously, what's these......?

Mounting what seems to be CCTV camera on a GPMG... grin shocked
honestly i don't know either, maybe for better situational awareness of troops inside the vehicle (but then if the gunner is shooting at something, the troops are meant to disembark the vehicle and engage, so that explanation makes no sense)
Re: Battle Field Discussion (picture/video) Of African Military . by Nobody: 5:29pm On Apr 16, 2018
bidex111:
HappeningNow: The Opening Ceremony of African Land Forces Summit 2018 #ALFS2018 Theme: "Unity is Strength: Combating Africa's Security Challenges"

Re: Battle Field Discussion (picture/video) Of African Military . by Nobody: 5:34pm On Apr 16, 2018
onboard NNS Nguru (P187) and Ekulu (P188), the two new FPB 110 patrol boats from France’s Ocea.

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Re: Battle Field Discussion (picture/video) Of African Military . by Nobody: 5:34pm On Apr 16, 2018
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Re: Battle Field Discussion (picture/video) Of African Military . by bidex111: 5:34pm On Apr 16, 2018
jakeporeshenko:

honestly i don't know either, maybe for better situational awareness of troops inside the vehicle (but then if the gunner is shooting at something, the troops are meant to disembark the vehicle and engage, so that explanation makes no sense)



Let's all wait for the outcome, all fingers crossed.
Re: Battle Field Discussion (picture/video) Of African Military . by bidex111: 5:35pm On Apr 16, 2018
jakeporeshenko:
onboard NNS Nguru (P187) and Ekulu (P188), the two new FPB 110 patrol boats from France’s Ocea.


These was before the shipping....?

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