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Hi! I really like the post apocalyptic feeling, and i just read this forum, but now i want to share soma picture what i found today.

From Thailand

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No pictures as such, just a link to a page of photos from Abkhazia
You need to pan down for some of the more useful pics
http://englishrussia.com/index.php/2...ia/#more-13608
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Here are some images from Children of Men, one of the best post-apocalyptic films ever made.

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Absolutely great movie, love how the firefight at the end tapers off when everyone involved is stunned by the sight and sound of a baby -- then, right before the usual crap Hollywood voice over would start talking about how that's the day the world changed -- the guys down the street crank the kill fest right back up and it's business as usual.
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One off custom assault humvee with full on front ram place, side running boards, and other add ons. I always thought some guy with a mohawk and leather chaps should be doing back flips onto or off of the thing.
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Don't know what to title these, except for the guy with the axe which I call alright who gave that Lt an axe, can somebody take it away before he hurts someone
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I'm guessing the weapon in question needs no introduction to T2K fans, though hardly anyone else would know what the thing was. Think the picture is from the original invasion of Iraq (tan nomex, woodland IBA, and 3rd ID patch), but looks like it would fit right in as an illustration in the RDF Sourcebook.

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I'm guessing the weapon in question needs no introduction to T2K fans, though hardly anyone else would know what the thing was. Think the picture is from the original invasion of Iraq (tan nomex, woodland IBA, and 3rd ID patch), but looks like it would fit right in as an illustration in the RDF Sourcebook.

I've never seen grips/barrel shroud like that. Intriguing. Anyone know any details?

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From reading posts on another forum, I believe that the gun is an M231 teh Bradley Firing Port Wepon. That is a very tentative identification however.
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I've never seen grips/barrel shroud like that. Intriguing. Anyone know any details?

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It's a standard M231 FPW. But I'm surprised to see it being used in such a manner. When I was in, the Army was quite hinky about how the M231 was employed -- it was a firing port weapon and that was that.
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M231, exactly, and as per what Paul said interesting to see it being used as a TC's personal defense weapon up in the turret (note 550 dummy cord, too). Back during the invasion, TC's MTOE weapon was an M9, which helps explain it, too.
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Here are some images from Children of Men, one of the best post-apocalyptic films ever made.
I could not agree more. IMO, the end combat sequence is the most T2K-esque material ever captured on film. Thanks for posting those pics.

Same goes for the Road Warrior or whatever the Aussies call it (I thought Mad Max was the title of the first one- which I don't particularly care for). I have seen RW at least a dozen times and it never gets old. The costume designer certainly set the standard for post-apoc marauder wear.

Speaking of which, the punks in the pics from Doomsday remind me of the raiders in the game Fallout 3. If you like post-apoc action RPGs, I highly recommend it. It's probably my favorite video game ever.
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It's a standard M231 FPW. But I'm surprised to see it being used in such a manner. When I was in, the Army was quite hinky about how the M231 was employed -- it was a firing port weapon and that was that.
So if I had been in a mech unit I'd have seen this in the Bradley?

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Maybe. My Bradley time was on M3s, but I've met a number of 11M's (or 11B's after the Mikes went away) who were on Bradleys and had a very minimal knowledge of the things. I think in a lot of units they got shoved into some mostly forgotten corner of the arms room and such.
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If you have an interesting artistic pictures, I would like to place them on your site http://digital-art-gallery.com/pictu...st_apocalyptic.
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So if I had been in a mech unit I'd have seen this in the Bradley?

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Once the A2 mods went in? Almost never, I would guess. I spent my Bradley time on A0s and A1s.
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Man, that's an awesome site! I run a T2K game through rpol.net and Morrow Project through email. Always on the lookout for good "mood" pictures!

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M231, exactly, and as per what Paul said interesting to see it being used as a TC's personal defense weapon up in the turret (note 550 dummy cord, too). Back during the invasion, TC's MTOE weapon was an M9, which helps explain it, too.
Doesn't suprise me in the least. When we got there we discovered that even though we was armoued cav, we did a lot of dismounted patrols. At one point we was clean out of 5.56 and did a 12 man patrol with 4 aks and 8 240's.

Turned out the only way we could get 556 and 9mil was by buying it off of the Haji's.
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You can almost hear the Sergeant...

"Private! I told you to check the oil in the engine BEFORE STARTING THE ENGINE!!!! ARE YOU @$^%@&($^ DEAF OR ARE YOU JUST @$^^^!$#@$#@$ STUPID? BY THE TIME I GET THROUGH WITH YOU WILL BE TWENTY METERS UNDER THE MOTOR POOL DO YOU ^%$#@$%* HEAR ME!!!!!"

"But Sergeant! The LT told me to fire it up!"

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Since some newer users were not aware of the attachment map I thought I would bump up another favorite.
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An interesting conversion used in Libya:

I just noticed, is the guy on the left using his machine gun as a pogo stick?
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