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New Meta Thread Strelok Board owner 12/05/2020 (Sat) 21:51:10 No.10348 [Reply] [Last]
In an effort to stop posting meta in the /k/antina so Streloks can use it for its intended purposes, I'm establishing a new meta thread. The old one has been locked and I'll just let it gracefully fall off the board. IF YOU WANT TO COMMUNICATE WITH BOARD ADMINISTRATION (ME) POST IN THIS THREAD- I DON'T READ EVERYTHING ON THE BOARD. Volunteering REQUIREMENTS HAVE CHANGED SEE BELOW Volunteers are welcome to apply. e-mail answers to following statements >Your account name (required for all Lynxchan boards, unfortunately) >Timezones you'll be able to assist with >Previous experience, if any >specific topics you've got more interest in relevant to the board Communications powerwordN@cock.li in an attempt to increase transparency behind administrative action, moving forward posts that end up deleted or banned will be screenshotted and posted here along with ban duration and some explanation as to why. if you've had something you posted removed or been banned and do not see your post here, please e-mail me and i'll look into it. the reason for this is so the userbase can see what reasons people get banned and if they find said action disagreeable, tell me that i'm not doing my job correctly so as to improve and fix whatever the fuck is going on.
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>>16670 Nope, failed again.
>>16668 >7.5 MB test
>>16679 >>16668 Nope, changed the name and the size was 7.5, it only posted the text.
>>16680 make a thread in >>>/meta/ regarding the issue
>>16680 It's been solved now, server admins on /meta/ said it was issue with ffmpeg dependencies. See >>>/meta/15007 >>17164 has been banned for 1 week >reason CP, linking outside WR >non-bypassable? YES >Thread deleted?" YES >Other notes: IP/Bypass ban, hash ban not possible due to not being global vol. 1WK due to to possible TOR address? (I thought TOR posters = no pictures)? Once again, no photo 11/7/21 edit: Same spam poster has been banned again, this time it is 4week 4 hours (I meant it to be 2 weeks but I was tired and didn't double check). >reason CP, linking outside WR, spam >non-bypassable? YES >Thread deleted?" YES >Other notes: IP/Bypass ban, hash ban not possible due to not being global vol. No ASN
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Alternative history thread Strelok 07/09/2021 (Fri) 15:42:02 No.17124 [Reply]
This thread includes alternative history wars, conflicts, weapons, tactics and more. For instance >Axis victory proxy wars >Their equipment >East centered world, conflicts And more
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>>17149 >Isn't that pushing it? When the entire US Army, Navy, and Marine Corps were making war plans against the British Empire with the assumption of German aid, I don't really think it's pushing it. A reminder that War Plan Red assumed the assistance of 'an unnamed European Ally'. They certainly weren't talking about France. Remember that prior to Germany siding with Japan over China, FDR had nothing but good things to say about Hitler and the Nazis in general - in fact, 90% of their ideology matched up. If Germany had told Japan to back off (or Japan took America's deal to fight the USSR in the Meeting of Five Armies several years earlier), it's almost certain that the US would have gone Axis and the world would have turned out a lot differently.
What if Tito never split off from the soviet Union? How would it affect the cold war in the long term?
>>17141 >Is that gif a what-if the Russo-Japanese war had become ww1 scenario Yes
>>17157 *Sage
>>17153 Probably Non-Aligned moment is formed with India-Egypt ahead instead and pajeets at the helm. Yugo still probably gonna break up since Tito's sheer will alongisde his hopes and dreams was the sole thing holding the republic togeather. Not very plausible since Tito/Stalin started going for the neck REAL fast post WW2. Here's a few fun ideas for you guys: Lin Biao and the 751 plan (It's rymes with "Armed uprising") kick off sucessfully and Mao's raproachment with the west is thwarted and Mao is killed. Zhou Enlai isn't retarded and at the Lushan conference they coup out Mao for Peng Dehuai. Deng Xiaoping and Peng end up dissolving the CPC (those two were never "real" communists) and the Sino-Soviet split occurs in 1959. The Argies actually are competent enough to not reverse the torpedo gyros and their two subs intercep the British Carrier force of Sierra Leoine

The Return of Gookening / Pajeetening Strelok 09/22/2020 (Tue) 17:25:17 No.6086 [Reply] [Last]
2 for 1 Asian Special Fuck it I'm just going to clone the old OP. Korea: >June 13th: Kim Yo Jong Severs Relations with South Korea https://web.archive.org/web/20200613152332/https://twitter.com/xhnews/status/1271824285703651328 >June 15th: North Korea Threatens to Advance Into DMZ https://archive.is/ycpZY >June 16th: >North Korea Demolishes the Inter-Korean Liaison Office https://archive.is/5xu42 >North Korea Declares Intention to Re-Militarize Kaesong and Mt. Kumgang https://web.archive.org/web/20200617032412/https://en.yna.co.kr/view/AEN20200617000200325 >Kim Yo Jong Lambastes South Korean President Moon for Pretending to be a "Cool Guy"

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>>17016 Why are you trying to toebash the thing back into the Asteroid Belt? Obviously that's not gonna work and even the anon that mentioned diverting it probably meant something more along the lines of pushing it sideways into something else's orbit than straight-up pushing it backwards. I have no hope of repulsing the asteroid. I want to split it. If you slice a spherical rock in half, you increase its surface area by no less than 25% which means that you'll increase the amount of energy dissipated as heat by that much from this alone. Also taking into consideration the shittier aerodynamics you'll not only lose even more energy, but also the descent will be slowed so that even the heat energy is wasted, every division will drastically reduce the kinetic energy of the impact. Thermal energy is hardly an issue since it'll just distribute itself across the planet and half of it will go back into space anyway. So yes, as in the movie we want to cut the meteor into as many pieces as possible. I'd have to do some crazy calculations about the heat capacity of silicon and the expansion of its gas, the strength of silicon at space temperature and other such bullshittery to figure out whether we could shatter your fußball of death, but here is a diagram of what I'm thinking. Castle Bravo made a 2km crater and they set that off without actually trying to crack the Earth. It would have been much larger and dirtier had they set it off underground such as by injecting the warhead via a bunker buster. By making an initial crater with a smaller warhead you could set the primary warhead deeper in the asteroid thus maximizing the energy used for expanding forces as well as putting them where they'll do the most harm. You could even synch up multiple nukes in a pattern so that you can predictably split up the asteroid. The method would be similar to how a stonemason might cut a stone: Drill a series of carefully measured holes then simultaneously drive a wedge into each hole until a clean cut is made. Only this time instead of a hammer drill you're using bunker busters and instead of wedges you're using thermonuclear warheads.
>>17052 >Why are you trying to toebash the thing back into the Asteroid Belt? Anon's idea was to take a meteorite and bludgeon it into the side of the asteroid to divert it. I was saying that the most plentiful sources of asteroids to do that is between Mars and Jupiter. The impactor would be approaching the sun with Earth in the way due to differences in gravitational pull, so my suggestion was to use an asteroid from the asteroid belt if anon really wants to deflect it with another celestial object since the asteroid belt is the most accessible source of big deflector rocks that meets the angular criteria without requiring complete luck.
>>17052 >>17057 I properly read the second half of your post. I see where you're going with that, and I can't in good faith say it's impossible to split it stonemason-style with the goal of creating more surface area for heat dissipation, but I still believe such a large object would effectively act as one solid piece even if split in two, and have concerns that it's the least economical way of dealing with the asteroid in terms of costs of life versus costs of destruction/diversion. If you have the arsenal to split such an object in two, it would still be better to repurpose it towards deflection rather than destruction (deflection towards the sun since that would be the path of least resistance).
>>17059 >deflection This is getting quite into the relm of absurdity here (and saging since offtopic), but considering that it takes around 5/20 minutes a radio signal to be detected, I don't think that it woudl be possible to do anything remotely. You'd probably have to suicide mission a group of engineers and strap the astreoid with a nuclear engine or if you believe in hopes and dreams, ion engines
>>17052 >that sketch Kek, you're hired Strelok. Please take charge of the special Earth Defense Division of the Space Force.

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Myanmar/Burma Thread Strelok 02/21/2021 (Sun) 08:09:46 No.13491 [Reply] [Last]
We should have a Myanmar/Burma thread. I think it's a big enough topic to justify having it separate from the Chink/Pajeet thread. >What happened? Long story short the Myanmar military has guaranteed 1/3rd representation in their version of congress. Aung San Suu Kyi had introduced a bunch of progressive reforms over the last few years and had frequent visits with Chinese despite Myanmar and China being in a technically hostile relationship. This is a big deal because Chinese nationals have been actively waging a civil war in Northern Myanmar. Suu Kyi lost international support after she approved the Muslim genocides back in 2017 in order to avoid a death sentence by the Myanmar military. The Myanmar military claims there was election fraud, but the evidence is more that this was a move to ensure national sovereignty as the current leader of the military would have been forced to step down/retire following the elections due to anti-military legislation congress passed in recent years. The military is using the excuse of Wu Flu to keep Myanmar's congressional body from officially convening by claiming that public officials violated COVID restrictions and utilized communication means to contact foreign countries when they were under investigation (something that is extremely illegal in Myanmar). Currently civil servants are protesting by manipulating the markets to crash the Myanmar economy with no survivors in order to try to justify UN interference in the form of foreign aid. Health workers, education workers, transportation workers, and banks are refusing to operate and holding protests. Foreign interference is expected. >Why does this matter? The military coup is aiming to restore the balance of power between military and civilian offices in government. If this fails, you can expect a war between Myanmar and China before the end of Biden's presidency as a means of China acquiring more territory. Specifically gemstone/mineral-rich territory that Myanmar already heavily exploits. This could give China an unprecedented economic edge to manipulate the precious metals market. Despite the military crackdown on communications and being an active part of the government, it is likely that the international community will use the protests as an excuse to start civil war in Myanmar since it could give them an excuse to plant western government military bases near China. >Who are the good guys? There are none. Suu Kyi is a progressive bitch, but the military are equally power-hungry and mostly working to preserve power structures that they failed to keep over the 2000s/2010s. Stop crashing and let me post the thread, damn it. >Flood Detected >When the thread didn't even fucking post God damn it.
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They won't execute her, she did a good job representing the mob into a government hacking attempt that is crashing the Myanmar market into the ground, to the benefit of western democracies stock markets, because everytime a country crashes its market into the ground out of irresponsibility it makes the developed and stable stock markets more attractive comparatively, thus increasing relative demand this strengthening prices and perpetuating the feedback loop of confidence of higher price expectations leading to higher prices. The democratic mob loves to sacrifice 1% of itself to the benefit of the 99% every convenient opportunity it gets.
>>15935 >And everyone who is anyone who would ascend in the military hates rebel scum. This is a case where no matter who wins, everyone loses. The rebels are commie globohomos and the military are despots who have a monopoly on most ventures and who rarely invest in updating the machinery and technology for local use along with playing in the smuggling business. It's stagnant but the best remedy by far is the military if they stopped being spooks, which doesn't seem to be happening. One wonders what would've happened if Aung's father didn't get killed by the junta, either a Singapore brother case or a Thailand part two.
>>15936 Why are you namefagging?
>>15957 Don't even give namefags the time of day. They aren't worth a response to.
https://archive.is/L1ETn It would seem the courts intend to depose of her. The Burmese military would be best off leaving her alive in jail since if they kill her she'll be seen as a martyr.

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Strelok 01/02/2021 (Sat) 19:42:16 No.11610 [Reply]
So, what kind of Military Rank System and/or names you prefer? Germanic Under-Officers? Classic Sergeants? United Major First Staff Sergeants? Because myself would prefer them simple, something akin to Royal Army of UK. I also wonder which rank insignia look good. I even made some certain fictional insignias myself out of boredom, although I cannot show them, except 2nd pic related though it's modification than creation. I also wonder which rank insignia would fit staff administrators.
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>>11890 Are you serious? It's not hard to learn ranks by title. Let's say there's on average 20 of them per branch per military. Assuming there are four branches per military you're memorizing 80 titles, most of which are similar but with differences that are noteworthy enough specifically for the purpose of easier identification among the ranks. Then there's weird classes like warrant officer but those are usually just called "WO-1" or "WO-4" or some variant until you get to the max rank. Though to be fair I still don't know why warrant officers are a different rank system, but I've never looked it up for myself and I never asked despite being in the zog system at one point years ago. Regardless ranks aren't nearly as hard to make out as you sem to think, they're designed so literal retards can remember them. Seriously, there are literal retards in almost every military that can identify ranks among their individual branches, you're not dumber than a crayon eater are you?
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>>11924 WO-X in NATO grade is a snowflakery for the USA. I might be wrong, but it seems that Burgerland's Warrant Officer have some kind of complex subordination shit, while other countries have Warrants in the OR-8 and/or OR-9 normally. >>11890 You can look up NATO Rank Grading, which may fit your autism over power levels. >>11882 They seem to inherit 3-star system (just instead of stars you have pips), and leaves for the high officers and generals. However, its hint ends here, because pips indicate NCO and CO status, as well it can go up to four.
>>11927 >its hint ends here, because pips indicate NCO and CO status, as well it can go up to four. They are Germans, the people who are perfectly capable of taking a simple and logical system, and needlessly overcomplicating it with their autism. And you'd also have to look up how it changed over the years and find the earliest system they had, because in the very beginning they actually used the armbands to indicate rank.
>>11901 see >>11924 i rest my case
Aiguillettes are too gaudy and impractical for field uniforms, but I think they are pretty sexy on ceremonial uniforms. But is it better to give to members of certain units, or officers who hold certain positions, or every officer above a certain rank? I think giving them out to too many people ruins their appeal, but only giving them to aides-de-camp and the like is also a waste, because then it's not for the really important people. As such, I think it's best to give them only to generals and lower-ranking members of the high command.

do/k/uments Strelok 05/14/2020 (Thu) 08:54:33 No.245 [Reply] [Last]
Starting properly
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thanks kindly strelok, all saved.
>>16730 But wait, strelok, that's not all - call within the next 15 minutes and we'll throw in a complementary set of steak knives! The Secret Team The CIA and Its Allies in Control of the United States and the World 0.8 MB https://files.catbox.moe/n0h85u.epub Special, British Executive, Operations How to become a spy the World War II SOE training manual Skyhorse Publishing (2015) 1.6 MB https://files.catbox.moe/upkfc4.epub Someone's Watching You! 0.4 MB https://files.catbox.moe/qwnn43.epub Find Out Anything From Anyone, Anytime Secrets of Calculated Questioning From a Veteran Interrogator 2.9 MB https://files.catbox.moe/sfghn6.epub Where There is No Vet 43.1 MB

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Big items. > Fighting in the streets; A manual of urban guerilla warfare - Urbano 23.5 MB https://files.catbox.moe/ragies.pdf > Infantryman's Guide to Combat in Built Up Areas. Field manual (1982) 23.8 MB https://files.catbox.moe/xu7t66.pdf > FM 3-06.11 (FM 90-10-1) Combined Arms Operations in Urban Terrain (2002) 21.8 MB https://files.catbox.moe/kgkftz.pdf > PAM 20-230 Russian Combat Methods in WW2 (1950) 22.9 MB https://files.catbox.moe/2s8asm.pdf > Combat Lessons Gained From Overseas Observations (1945) 24.8 MB https://files.catbox.moe/uo7nby.pdf

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>>16733 Kek. OK a cat is fine too. Honesly, if a file fits here though, it's easier for me to get them here with my scraper.

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Where can I get plans to build a nuke? Atomicon 02/19/2021 (Fri) 20:03:37 No.13445 [Reply] [Last]
I'm looking for blueprints to build a nuke.
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>>15233 > If you dont believe me, go down the rabbit hole even further and you'll notice a lot of these low-level conspiracy theories sometimes overlap with each other I already noticed that a while back. What I notice with these conspiracies is that they serve zero purpose to the people enacting them, unlike say the theory that people are being dumbed down and genetically diluted to make an easier to control slave force.
You literally can just go to youtube. There's videos that talk about how they work. Now, actually, building one, that is a different story.
You will need more than one dash of magic to make it detonate.
>>13445 I only share my nuclear weapons plans with Strelok
"Hidden Answers" tor onion website has good questions and answers like I saw a book mentioned that tells you how to manufacture laser enriced uranium

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Siege and defensive strategies thread Strelok 04/12/2021 (Mon) 17:11:33 No.14872 [Reply]
I don't know if you lads already talked about it, if there was a thread about this before, or if some infographics of it exist, but here it is: Tell me about your take on organizing a fortress, and how to defend it against ZOG-bots successfully. As an example, let's take the Waco siege 1993. what can we take from it? what was well done, what wasn't? How would you improve upon the example? And are there any other modern examples we could study?
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>>14877 that's really good. are there similar pictures to this somewhere? it looks like something out of a manual, but i don't exactly know where to look.
Actually, we have some really innovative works going in place OP. You'd only find out about them when face-to-face though (since that's best outcome for all concerned).
>>14872 Waco teaches us that tricking the feds into burning kids alive is a great way to invoke sympathy from the general public
>>16654 >tricking the feds into burning kids alive Feds knew what they were doing all the time in terms of intentions
>>16654 Kek, you're full of shit. The glowniggers had the Waco compound under close surveillance for months before making the move to slaughter every man, woman, and child in the place. They were known about in the community for years before that. Reno was a demonic psychopath (good riddance), and you are a brain-washed little puppet, if not downright evil in intent yourself little friend.

Biological Warfare Thread Strelok 12/05/2020 (Sat) 23:51:38 No.10356 [Reply] [Last]
A thread dedicated to biological warfare, whether it's discussion of how the settlers intentionally handed smallpox-ridden blankets to shitty Natives, Poland mixing rabies-infected saliva on their arrows, Emperor Barbarossa poisoning the well water, Napolean flooding Italy to spread Malaria, the CSA secretly selling Yellow Fever-ridden clothes to the Union, the USSR developing Marburg-sama, or Mongols chucking diseased animal carcasses over the ramparts of cities and castles under siege. A thread dedicated to all things biological and /k/.
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>>15880 Why the fuck would anyone here care what that kike goblin has to say. He's far worse than the traditional politician in the respect of 'if his mouth is moving, he's lying'. He's nearly as bad as Bill Gates is in the evil collusion behind this entire hoax. >"All this was inspired by the principle – which is quite true in itself – that in the big lie there is always a certain force of credibility; because the broad masses of a nation are always more easily corrupted in the deeper strata of their emotional nature than consciously or voluntarily; and thus in the primitive simplicity of their minds they more readily fall victims to the big lie than the small lie, since they themselves often tell small lies in little matters but would be ashamed to resort to large-scale falsehoods. It would never come into their heads to fabricate colossal untruths, and they would not believe that others could have the impudence to distort the truth so infamously. Even though the facts which prove this to be so may be brought clearly to their minds, they will still doubt and waver and will continue to think that there may be some other explanation. For the grossly impudent lie always leaves traces behind it, even after it has been nailed down, a fact which is known to all expert liars in this world and to all who conspire together in the art of lying. These people know only too well how to use falsehood for the basest purposes." Blood is at their feets. The ZOGbots have their share in this too, as do the diversity-tier glowniggers & other tools shilling this lie everywhere, such as these posts ITT.
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https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC8084286/ An interesting study that measures efficiency between N95 respirators, medical masks and general fabric masks which I usually have seen worn the most. Not news around here but I didn't see this specific study linked in this thread and I felt like this reaffirms what most of us know. Cherry picking this green text because I found it the most interesting piece of this article. >Nano-enabled self-cleaning, antimicrobial, antiviral, and reusable masks. (a) N95 mask impregnated with copper oxide nanoparticles. This mask consists of four layers (a1). The two external spunbond polypropylene layers contain 2.2% copper oxide nanoparticles, and one internal meltblown polypropylene (PP) layer contains 2% copper oxide nanoparticles. Scanning electron microscopy (SEM) micrographs show the ultrastructures of nanoparticle-containing exterior and interior layers (a2), along with X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy (XPS) analysis (a3). Adapted with permission from ref. [135]. Copyright 2010 PLoS ONE. (b) Laser-induced graphene surgical mask. (b1) Illustration of laser-induced forward transfer (LIFT) for roll-to-roll production of graphene-coated masks. (b2) SEM images of the graphene-coated nonwoven fiber. (b3) Illustration of the self-cleaning capacity of the mask, with the demonstrated high water contact angle on the mask. (b4) Photothermal sterilization of the mask. Surface temperature, measured with an infrared camera, increased to an average of 91.61 °C after exposure to sunlight for 5 min. Adapted with permission from ref. [141]. Copyright 2020 American Chemical Society. (c) Photoactive antiviral mask (PAM). (c1) Illustration of the self-cleaning and the antiviral mechanisms of the mask through photothermal and photocatalytic effects in response to solar irradiation. (c2) SEM images of hybrid shellac‑copper nanoparticles coated on nonwoven polypropylene fibers of a surgical mask. (c3) Confocal microscopy images that showed inactivation (represented by red color) of E. coli after 5 min exposure to solar irradiation. (c4) Disruption of virus-like particles by the PAM. Adapted with permission from ref. [143]. Copyright 2020 American Chemical Society.
>>16486 >Adapted with permission from ref. [143]. Copyright 2020 American Chemical Society. <cherry-picking Kek. Welp, fortunately the flu, cold, and other viruses has been around as long as man has. Evil globalists plots to steal elections and rape the middle class, destroying the entire Western Tradition (in combination with several other, simultaneous plots intended to do the same), dwarf any flu variations in the importance to us all. Some day (maybe even soon who knows) we'll have real pandemics globally, and then perhaps very expensive masks, inaccessible to most, will be of real value. Till such a time, meh.
>>16496 >real pandemics Better start praying to ebola-chan then, but technically Tuberculosis, Malaria, HIV (and most stds tbh) never left the pandemic stage. They just don't call it one so the normies don't ree.
>>16499 >Better start praying to ebola-chan then Your basic error is believing I would be approving of things that would destroy mankind. Let the Jews and their father Satan do that. I'll abstain, thanks. >technically Tuberculosis, Malaria, HIV (and most stds tbh) never left the pandemic stage Again, meh. Not a lot of piles of dead bodies lying in the streets around the world from any of these. It will be a reality though before all is said and done.

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Camo and other clothing Strelok 05/31/2020 (Sun) 21:06:19 No.1085 [Reply]
Camo, jackets, hats, paint, shoes, and etc. go in this thread. The rule of thumb for camo is that if you don't know what to get, you want a general camo, your options are limited, or you're on a budget just get flecktarn. ATACS and SS-Leto are god-tier for lush environments, and alpenflage, strichtarn, and multicam are good for drier areas. M05 Winter for Winter.
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>>16395 >>16411 Clear sky homos just use either OMON uniforms or some navy surplus.
>>16415 >>16395 >freedom Flecktarn >dolg Literally any black paramilitary, paint the red stripes yourself >military Russian or ukrainan milsurp >monolith Chinese Type 99 camo (Good luck that's stuff for the SF boys) , SK Armed forced intel agency camo,Tajik OMON, UCP (?), JSDF Air force pixel camo, or DPM urban. >clear sky M-MDU-03 (Serbian commercial stuff) or Ukrainian "urban" TTsKO >bandit Loot your local addias store and make sure that black leggings matter >renegade ??? >loner

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>>1085 I really appreciate the ECWCS clothing system. I own and love both Gen 1 and Gen 2 in pic(s) rel., though most argue against woodland. I also own the same parka that is used by US Marines in Marpat and its great. Another great military clothing and camo stuff is Serbia. I own this camo parka (I have no idea of the name of the camo) and also I own another Serbian Parka but in OD Green. Personally, I like these ones and a lot may argue against the effectiveness of their camo (especially against the od green parka, understandable), they work great in my opinion.
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>>16457 Where did you find that last one and where can I get one myself.
>>16471 Swisslink.com, I've managed to buy two from them last year. Also, Sportman's Guide was selling them for awhile as well, I would check and see if they have any. Avoid Arcisa on ebay, he has a tendency of selling milsurp clothing that is missing most of it's parts and buttons. Arcisa is okay if you want to buy gas masks, anything clothing related, do not buy from him.

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