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Rhodesian Selous Scouts. Once the most feared counter-insurgency force on the African continent. Formed in 1974 as the Tracker Combat Unit, tracking terrorists internally, and undertaking cross border raids against terrorist strongholds. Their selection process was somewhat similar to that of the British SAS. Later, the Selous Scouts under took many missions in conjunction with the Rhodesian SAS which had a strength of 110 men, many of them former members of the British SAS.

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Buffel armoured vehicle SADF - now that I know it can take on evolved Graboids, it 's coming with me to the Zombiclypse.

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South African Marksman, sharpshooter and sniper qualifications

South African Marksman, sharpshooter and sniper qualifications

The Ratel Infantry Fighting Vehicle - Pierre van Blommestein ...

The Ratel Infantry Fighting Vehicle - Pierre van Blommestein

Why a ‘Ratel’? The ‘ratel’ is the honey badger, a member of the family that includes otters, weasels and badgers ... keep reading

MIRAGE-F1                                                                                                                                                                                 Más

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Ratel

Originally Posted by bushpig1998 Ratel APC/Recon That is one beautiful looking vehicle! Here's some stats on it: Crew: 4 + 7 Armament: 1 x 20 mm cannon 1 x

A Mosquito XVI of No 60 Squadron South African Air Force at the dispersal on San Severo Airfield, Foggia Airfield Complex, Southern Italy, 1944

Other Forces - The Squadron which photographed Auschwitz

A Mosquito XVI of No 60 Squadron South African Air Force at the dispersal on San Severo Airfield, Foggia Airfield Complex, Southern Italy, 1944. The red and white stripes on the fin served as identification to Allied fighter pilots who mistook them for enemy aircraft, above all the Me 410. From San Severo the Squadron, equipped with photo-recce Mosquitoes, carried out detailed large-scale photographic surveys of German held areas, eventually ranging over the Alps and deep into Germany. And…

31 Battalion?  Bushmen?

31 Battalion? Bushmen?

TAKING THE WAR TO SWAPO

TAKING THE WAR TO SWAPO

32 Battalion. From 1978 SWAPO adopted the tactic of

ZA-35 SPAAG

ZA-35 Prototype Self-Propelled Anti-Aircraft Gun

The ZA-35 self-propelled anti-aircraft gun was developed by ARMSCOR in the early 90s under the ZA-SPADS or Self-Propelled Air Defense System programme, however development work on this SPAAG has stopped.

SANDF armoured fighting vehicle Rooikat by wiledog on DeviantArt

SANDF armoured fighting vehicle Rooikat by wiledog on DeviantArt

from Wikipedia: The Rooikat ("Caracal"; literally "Red cat") is a wheeled armoured fighting vehicle built in South Africa&... SANDF armoured fighting vehicle Rooikat

SOUTH AFRICAN FORCES EAST AFRICA 1941 (SAF 239)

SOUTH AFRICAN FORCES IN EAST AFRICA, 1941

SAF 239. Men of a South African armoured car unit cleaning their heavy machine guns at Hobok.

Olifant Mk2 - South Africa

Army Tank Photos Page 2 - Olifant, Sherman

Photos and pictures of Army and Military Vehicles and Equipment in South and Southern Africa - Army Tank Photos Page 2 - Olifant, Sherman