So há uma pequena diferença entre eles e nós, que se chama;-apache-armas anti carro em quantidades satisfatórias- e o Ajaxao contrário nós temos-33 mbt- armas anti-carro antigas e em quantidades reduzidas- nenhum caça carros de combates ou blindado. que possa fazer isso
na!na!na!Actualmente cada ECC tem 14 CC (3 PelCC de 4 e 2 no Com) e o ERec tem 6 (2 por PelRec)Cumprimentos
Cada Esquadrão de Carros de Combate tem 14 CC e o Esquadrão de reconhecimento segundo um colega do fórum tem mais 9 CC. Isso perfaz 23 Carros de Combate.
British troops have arrived in Estonia as part of one of the biggest deployments to Eastern Europe in decades.120 Soldiers from the 5th Battalion The Rifles Battlegroup (5 RIFLES), including members of an Armoured Engineer Squadron, Military Police Detachment, Artillery Group and Port Task Group, arrived at Amari airbase last night.
SAS soldiers joined counterterrorism police on raids in Manchester yesterday as almost 1,000 regular troops were deployed across the country.Photographs showed special forces with assault rifles, jamming gear and specially adapted helmets after they burst into a flat in the city centre.It was the most dramatic demonstration of a heightened military presence nationwide that was triggered by Monday’s suicide bombing and fears of a second attack. A team of SAS troops was deployed to Manchester in the immediate aftermath of the carnage.In a wider show of force, regular soldiers were last night guarding nuclear power stations, including Sellafield, and were outside Buckingham Palace, Downing Street and the Houses of Parliament.
British SAS performing domestic operations in Manchester as they storm the home of terrorist living only 4 miles from Manchester Arena. https://www.facebook.com/militaryphotosUK/
SAS to ease entry test to woo womenFemale applicants may be required to carry less and be given more time on hill marchesBritain’s special forces are considering modifying their notoriously tough selection tests to ensure women have a “fair” chance of joining the elite units.It is understood the possible changes will be made to the initial phase of the SAS and SBS (Special Boat Service) selection, which is when recruits are expected to march over hilly terrain carrying increasingly heavy loads. On some of the longer marches, The Sunday Times has learnt, female soldiers may be allowed to carry less weight and will be given extra time to complete the tests.The changes are being considered because the first female soldiers could apply for special forces selection in just over a year, defence sources say. Soldiers from any unit in the armed forces can apply to join the special forces, although they traditionally recruit heavily from the Parachute Regiment and Royal Marines.https://www.thetimes.co.uk/article/sas-to-ease-entry-test-to-woo-women-9bbsmdqxt