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    Quote Originally Posted by hqpham
    EOD and Coastal Warfare Sailors getting some range time..I'd love to have an M4 configured like that..seem to have the bi-pod foregrip too.

    China Lake, Calif. (Nov. 6, 2006) - Sailors from Naval Coastal Warfare Squadron Five and Explosive Ordnance Disposal (EOD) Group One shoot the M-16 at a target 25 yards away for a weapons qualification course during a joint task force exercise. In January, the Navy Expeditionary Combat Command (NECC) combined EOD, Naval Coastal Warfare, Navy Expeditionary Logistics Support functions and Seabees together under one command. NECC integrates all war-fighting requirements for expeditionary combat and combat support elements. This transformation allows for standardized training, manning, and equipping of Sailors who will participate in the global war on terrorism as part of the joint force. U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist Seaman Jose R. Rolun (RELEASED)


    coolest rifles EVER!!! that is soo cool. i love the M93 stock, and that rail system is sick!

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    Thumbs up

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    Joint military operations in urban terrain during training with U.S. Special Forces at Rodriguez Range Complex, South Korea, part of exercise Foal Eagle 2007. Foal Eagle is an annual joint command post and field-training exercise demonstrates U.S. resolve to support South Korea against external aggression while improving combat readiness and joint/combined interoperability. U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 1st Class Keith DeVinney (RELEASED)
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    looks like Al will be at it again with the PCU woodland combo...Green and Gray!!! nice find Al, as always

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    Love this picture! Looks like the perfect camo job for that environment.
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    Pictures and Captions from Mattaxelson.com and Militaryphotos.net

    On Tuesday 28 June 2005, thirty members of Naval Special Warfare Task Unit-<Afghanistan> were preparing to conduct a direct action mission when they were tasked to respond as a Quick Reaction Force to reinforce a four-man Navy SEAL reconnaissance element engaged in a fierce firefight near Asadabad, Konar Province, <Afghanistan>.

    The reconnaissance element was bravely fighting Anti-Coalition Militia, who held both a numerical and positional advantage. The ensuing firefight resulted in numerous enemy personnel killed, with several of the SEALs suffering casualties.

    After receiving the task to reinforce, the Quick Reaction Force loaded aboard two MH-47 U.S. Special Operations Army helicopters planning to air assault onto a hostile battlefield, ready to engage and destroy the enemy in order to protect the lives of their fellow SEALs. Demonstrating exceptional resolve and fully comprehending the ramifications of the mission, the Quick Reaction Force, while airborne, continued to refine the plan of attack to support both the reinforcement task and hasty execution of their intended deliberate assault.

    As the helicopter approached the nearly inaccessible mountainside and hovered in preparation for a daring fast-rope insertion of the SEALs, the aircraft was struck by an enemy rocket-propelled grenade fired by Anti-Coalition Militiaman. The resulting explosion and impact caused the tragic and untimely death of all SEALs and Army Night Stalkers onboard.

    These men answered the call to duty with conspicuous gallantry. Their bravery and heroism in the face of severe danger while fighting a determined enemy in the Global War on Terror was extraordinary. Their courageous actions, zealous initiative and loyal dedication to duty reflected great credit upon themselves, Naval Special Warfare, and the United States Navy. For the President, Vern Clark, U.S. Navy, Chief of Naval Operations.

    The presentations this morning will be made by Commodore Pete Van Hooser, Commander, Naval Special Warfare Group Two and Master Chief Chuck Williams, Command Master Chief of SEAL Team Ten.
    -- Rear Admiral Joseph Maguire

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    WASHINGTON (AP) -- President Bush publicly honored a fallen Navy SEAL Monday by presenting his grieving parents with the Medal of Honor -- and privately honored their sacrifice by wearing a dog tag they'd given him moments before.

    The president posthumously awarded the nation's highest military honor for valor to Lt. Michael Murphy of Patchogue, N.Y. -- the first given for combat in Afghanistan.

    Before the emotional White House ceremony, Murphy's parents Dan and Maureen Murphy met with Bush and gave him a gold dog tag in tribute to their son.

    ''What we were most touched by was that the president immediately put that on underneath his shirt, and when he made the presentation of the Medal of Honor, he wore that against his chest,'' said the father.

    After the ceremony, Dan Murphy said, Bush told the family: ''I was inspired by having Michael next to my chest.''

    The father, who fought back tears during the ceremony, said they were ''deeply moved'' by Bush's gesture.

    ''It was very emotional on everybody's part,'' said Maureen Murphy.

    Bush presided over a solemn ceremony honoring their son's battlefield decision to expose himself to deadly enemy fire in order to make a desperate call for help for his elite combat team.

    ''While their missions were often carried out in secrecy, their love of country and devotion to each other was always clear,'' Bush said. ''On June 28, 2005, Michael would give his life for these ideals.''

    Murphy's parents both cried at points in the ceremony as they stood next to the president and listened to their son's heroism recounted. Vice President Dick Cheney also attended, as did a handful of previous recipients of the Medal of Honor.

    ''There's a lot of awards in the military, but when you see a Medal of Honor, you know whatever they went through is pretty horrible. You don't congratulate anyone when you see it,'' said Marcus Luttrell, the lone member of Murphy's team to survive the firefight with the Taliban.

    Murphy, Luttrell and two other SEALs were searching for a terrorist when their mission was compromised after they were spotted by locals, who presumably alerted the Taliban to their presence.

    An intense gun battle ensued, with more than 50 anti-coalition fighters swarming around the outnumbered SEALs.

    Although wounded, Murphy is credited with risking his own life by moving into the open for a better position to transmit a call for help.

    Still under fire, Murphy provided his unit's location and the size of the enemy force. At one point he was shot in the back, causing him to drop the mobile phone. Murphy picked it back up, completed the call and continued firing at the enemy who was closing in.

    He then returned to his cover position with his men and continued the battle. A U.S. helicopter sent to rescue the men was hit by a rocket-propelled grenade, killing all 16 aboard. It was the worst single-day death toll for U.S. forces in Afghanistan.

    By the end of the two-hour gunfight, Murphy and two of his comrades were also dead. An estimated 35 Taliban were also killed. Luttrell was blown over a ridge and knocked unconscious. He escaped, and was protected by local villagers for several days before he was rescued.

    Murphy, who died before his 30th birthday, is the fourth Navy SEAL to earn the award and the first since the Vietnam War. Two Medals of Honor have been awarded posthumously in the Iraq war: to Marine Cpl. Jason Dunham, who was killed in 2004 after covering a grenade with his helmet, and to Army Sgt. 1st Class Paul R. Smith, who was killed in 2003 after holding off Iraqi forces with a machine gun before he was killed at the Baghdad airport.

    Murphy's heroics have been widely recognized on Long Island, where he graduated in 1994 from Patchogue-Medford High School.

    To his fellow SEALs, he was known as ''Murph,'' but as a child, his parents nicknamed him ''The Protector,'' because of his strong moral compass. After the 2001 terror attacks, that compass eventually led him to Afghanistan, where he wore a patch of the New York City Fire Department on his uniform.

    ''He took his deployment personally. He was going after, and his team was going after, the men who planned, plotted against and attacked not only the United States, but the city he loved, New York,'' said his father. ''He knew what he was fighting for.''
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    Thanks DunkleGelb...you are the best!!! Thanks for sharing

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    I'm reading "Lone Survivor" by Marcus Luttrell, the survivor of the 4 man SRT, it's very compelling reading.

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    Great info as usual Dunkle.
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    Wow.... that's a sad story. Hearing of good men dying is never an easy thing. I hope these brave souls rest in peace.

    Lord knows, if they ever got their feet on the ground, there would have been no doubt of a much different outcome.
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    Navy Seal during a full auto class:


    I wanted a fine blade for a while now because I've shot a couple people and I can't wait to stab one.-TIMMY

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    Wimpie, are you sure he's SEAL? He does seem to "lack"
    the usual gear such as MLCS and so on. Also, there's
    some sort of marking on his rifles magwell I don't recognize.
    Maybe it's because it's just class. Anyways, cool pics.

    Cheers/Nordstrom

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    In Memories of Spartan 01.

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    Navy SOFs
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    More Seals... Enjoy















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    Chief Petty Officer Nathan H. Hardy, 29, of Durham, N.H., died Feb. 4, from wounds suffered from small arms fire during combat operations in Iraq:

    I wanted a fine blade for a while now because I've shot a couple people and I can't wait to stab one.-TIMMY

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    U.S. Navy Sr. Chief SEAL Operator (SOCS) Thomas John Valentine, 37, died Feb. 13, 2008, in Casa Grande, Ariz.

    For the full article:

    http://www.ifallsdailyjournal.com/ne...entine-37-7544

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    Quote Originally Posted by Liquid Fox View Post
    More Seals... Enjoy

    Navy EOD dude

    Quote Originally Posted by DunkleGelb View Post
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    The first pic is from a "dog and pony" show by Naval Special Warfare Development Group

    Quote Originally Posted by DunkleGelb View Post
    Sailors assigned to Riverine Squadron One (RIVRON-1) conduct field and water exercises as part of their final evaluation prior to deployment. Sailors from RIVRON-1 will deploy in support of Maritime Security Operations and the global war on terrorism. U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 1st Class Jackey Bratt (RELEASED)
    They are not considered SOF(not like the Swicks at least)
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    OH no,they can't be SEALS.They are wearing MARPAT!
    I am not a slave to the box art layout!!
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    That MARPAT is made by Crye Precision, and is built as one of their "Combat Shirts". Awesome to see a pic of that in operation.

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    Those SEALs are not wearing MARPAT. It is correct that the uniform is built by Crye, but it is not MARPAT. The camo has its own name and is issued to a certain group of people (dont want to say who or what the camo is named due to OPSEC)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Delta View Post
    Those SEALs are not wearing MARPAT. It is correct that the uniform is built by Crye, but it is not MARPAT. The camo has its own name and is issued to a certain group of people (dont want to say who or what the camo is named due to OPSEC)
    You don't have to say who for OPSEC...the article for the fallen SEAL says already...he was a member of Naval Special Warfare Development Group(DEVGRU)...Tier 1 USSOCOM unit...they get all the cool gear/toys..

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    Your right, I've read the article. Its also issued to other groups and you probably know the name of the camo hqpham, but some things are better left off the net.
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    The pattern was mentioned before in official publications, other teams have also got some gear in the pattern after training in damn neck. I've seen some pics of modded pouches in the pattern. I've recently been told by someone that there is even a newer pattern out.

    Crye made the frog II bdu for the usmc, then there is both an acu cut and crye cut bdu in the pattern, those have pants / shirt, field, navy, custom in the labels. Beyond tactical also makes the pattern in their lv.9 bdu's and i wouldn't be surprised if ar'c teryx also made some of their leaf line products in the pattern.

    I left out the name of the pattern since i didn't want to start something.

    A bdu in the marble looking pattern worn by the other dev member was for sale on ebay a while ago.
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    Someone's about to catch a bad one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Delta View Post
    Your right, I've read the article. Its also issued to other groups and you probably know the name of the camo hqpham, but some things are better left off the net.
    AGreed, however someone apparently got a hold of a set and sold it for a nice amount:

    http://cgi.ebay.com/Crye-Precision-s...29725983QQrdZ1

    It looks a lot like the FROG II sets that were issued as well....Either way - I wouldn't mind having a set.
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    My comment was actually a joke.Some people think that because a operator is wearing what they are wearing,be it ACU,MC,MARPAT,that they have to be from that specific branch that is issued that type of camo.
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    I'm sorry but the name of this camo isnt OPSEC...sorry ive seen it for a while now...
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    Quote Originally Posted by DunkleGelb View Post
    Most of these pics can be found at Navy.mil
    This gear ( Corpsman Helmets - Kevlar ) Shouldn't be used for Reference Material, They use these in Training Only, along with Operational issue along with Green Berets, but this kind of Sourcing Should be specified, DEVGRU SEALs, or just SEALs are you wondering about ?

    SEAL Operators from DEVGRU do not wear this gear.

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