Discuss Impressive footage of the Danes in action in Current Affairs, News and Analysis on The Army Rumour Service; Originally Posted by CRmeansCeilingReached
i'm not convinced they are danes. i think they are brits.
in the subtitles, at least two of them refer to being "skift".
only brits would arrse around like that just ...
Rear feed - this is where the round is pulled out of the back of the belt. All cloth belts are like this, and any gun that was designed for a rimmed round (Vickers .303, PKM 7.62x54R). There are disintigrating version of these as well such as the M2 .5". You can tell a rear feed link as the links are circular e.g. go right round the case.
Front Feed - this is where the the round is pushed forward through the link. The links have to be expandable so that the case can be pushed through the link and obviously only works with rimless rounds. The original MG42 belt is non disintigrating with little spiral springs holding the links together.
I had a friend of Danish extraction look at this and her response is below:
It is very muffled and we could sort of make out that it is something about them communicating with base on a bombing run where there are suspected terrorists. Then they are saying that they are going to bomb somewhere where there are Danish troops on the roof then the next thing they say it is bombed but don't tell you if there were terrorists there and if the troops got out before they bombed.....typical Danish accuracy! they probably had to go through 6 months of paper work before they were allowed to bomb and then had to fill out the cancellation papers to stop it but of course they would have taken 12-20 weeks to go through so they had to bomb as they had the authorisation to do it and not the authorisation to cancel it!