South African Border war - opfok duin 7

South African Border war - opfok ruin This dune was feared more than the devil. It was a terrible place for training

127mm rocket

Respect essay army officer The Respect For Military Authority Philosophy Essay, saluting is to show respect toward an officer, key values in the United States Army.

Even then (hte 70's and 80's) there was no colour/race in the South African Defence Force. No-one was left behind. I nice feeling at the time knowing that.

Injured troopers from 101 Battalion’s “Romeo Mike” RRU are flown back to the hospital at AFB Ondangwa.

Military Photos, Military History, Cold War, Soldiers, Troops, South Africa, Armies, Iron Fist, Special Forces

This photo was taken about the fourth day after SADF had attacked Onjiva in Operation Protea.. Bats and Ratels had spent 3 days clearing the trenches of the big Fapla base next to the airport...tons of captured Soviet weapons and equipment was brought together and driven/loaded back to SA.

This photo was taken about the fourth day after SADF had attacked Onjiva in…

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The price they paid for trying. Taken during Op Packer early 1987

The price they paid for trying. Taken during Op Packer early 1987

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