New rules let Germans in Afghanistan Start Shooting

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  1. New rules let Germans in Afghanistan stop shouting and start shooting
    29 July, 2009 03:25:00

    The Times

    Roger Boyes in Berlin

    Taleban insurgents fighting German forces in northern Afghanistan have often lived to fight another day thanks to trilingual warnings that have to be shouted out before the men from the Bundeswehr can squeeze their triggers.

    The seven-page pocket guide to combat tucked into the breast pocket of every German soldier offers such instructions as: “Before opening fire you are expected to declare loudly, in English, ‘United Nations — stop, or I will fire,” followed by a version in Pashtu — Melgaero Mellatuna- Dreesch, ka ne se dasee kawum!”
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    http://www.military-world.net/Afghanistan/2067.html
     
  2. msr

    msr LE

    Never had the Germans down as a race who shout a lot....
     
  3. Ein Volk, Ein Reich, Ein Fuhrer seems more traditional!
     
  4. Yeah because I bet they did that :roll:

    Its a bit like:

    "ARMY ARMY ARMY STOP OR I'LL <BANG>"
     
  5. Or even ARMY ARMY ARMY - Stop or I'll fire again!!
     
  6. There shouldn’t need to be an “again”. 8O
     
  7. surprised that got through their parliament
     
  8. He is a shoite shot :lol:
     
  9. Or BANGBANGBANG BRRRAAAAAP KABOOM etc.
     
  10. You can just see it . Sat in the corner of some Kneiper, a couple of old farts chatting away.

    Fritz: "So, Hans our Kinder are getting to do ze slotting in Afghanistan"

    Hans: "Ja! It is so like ze olt days...aber will it be as good as ve had it?"

    Fritz: " Ja, in our day ve did not vorn zem....."

    :D
     
  11. Don't let's be beastly to the Germans
    When our victory is ultimately won..........
     
  12. Let's help the dirty swine again
    to occupy the Rhine again. but let's not be beastly to the Hun