Videos of Armed Forces Around The World!

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#2
That was quite awhile ago, but still good
 
#4
Hate to say it....nice movie.
 
#6
no1cares said:
fit reporter too!
I wonder how many got a leg across... the old gal was practically throwing herself at the guys. :D
 
#7
I liked the guy who was wearing a baseball cap under his helmet. His response to the question about a chance encounter with Bin Laden was classic "That would be pretty sweet"
 
#8
She is totally smitten, I'm sure she did her best to help the boys unwind inbetween takes - good on her!
 
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armchair_jihad said:
She is totally smitten, I'm sure she did her best to help the boys unwind inbetween takes - good on her!
I'm sure the boys were making her shout HOOAH in the barracks :twisted:

I know SEALs are actually navy, so it doesn't work, but I couldn't resist
 
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That reporter was worth a turn or six. SEALs must have taken her along knowing that they were carrying out a fairly safe mission.

Still think the Para story was the biz, when the reporter with them was asked "Have you ever used a pistol?"
 
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londonirish said:
they're a bit far from the sea though aren't they?
Their argument would be "Theres water in my bottle/Platypus!"
 
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They had their hands in their pockets* and were all wearing different coloured shorts and the likes, just before a mission by the sound of it. It all looked so relaxed. Hands... in pockets!

That reporter sounds like an American who's been taught to do an English accent or maybe some other nationality who's had a fantastic education in English. Or as English moved to America and picked up a bit of a twang.
Fforget that, just read she was born in Durban and has moved about a bit, so yeah, that explains it.)

*Then again, they were looking at the reporter at the time.
 
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amour_de_moutons said:
They had their hands in their pockets* and were all wearing different coloured shorts and the likes, just before a mission by the sound of it. It all looked so relaxed. Hands... in pockets!

That reporter sounds like an American who's been taught to do an English accent or maybe some other nationality who's had a fantastic education in English. Or as English moved to America and picked up a bit of a twang.
Fforget that, just read she was born in Durban and has moved about a bit, so yeah, that explains it.)

*Then again, they were looking at the reporter at the time.
She sounded south african to me. Fit as fcuk all the same.
 
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#19
Nice movie....However...

In Second Movie:

When the Number 1 signals a "stop /Halt" by hand (at approx. 1min 37secs) why the **** does he use his trigger hand? Should a target appear he cannot engage straight away.

You did say they were SF didn't you.....???? :roll:
 

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