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Koevoet (COIN Unit), was a very successful 'infamous' paramilitary-trained police counter insurgency unit during the South African Border War. Defence Force, Security Service, All Nature, Military History, Military Life, African History, Special Forces, Armed Forces, Historical Photos

Koevoet (COIN Unit), was a very successful 'infamous' paramilitary-trained police counter insurgency unit during the South African Border War.

I picked these up at a gun show today, the military can opener. I'm always seeing "preppers" recommend can openers for bug out bags, but no one has ever mentioned these! Seriously, what a space saver! They can hook right on to your key ring. Camping Survival, Outdoor Survival, Survival Prepping, Emergency Preparedness, Survival Gear, Survival Skills, Bushcraft, Get Home Bag, Camouflage

The p-38 military can opener. An old standby that is cheap, ultra-portable, and efficiently designed.

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At Thy Call We Did Not Falter - South African Defence Force (SADF)

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Real Heroes - South African Defence Force (SADF) Thank you Hein Wahl

Eventually SA launched Operation Savannah - which involved sending small numbers… Army Games, World Conflicts, Army Day, Brothers In Arms, Defence Force, Iron Fist, Rest Of The World, African History, Armored Vehicles

Eventually SA launched Operation Savannah - which involved sending small numbers of troops into Angola. This force won a string of victories and pushed the Cuban/MPLA forces back to Luanda, but the intervention of the hated South-Africans caused the OAU and the rest of the world to swing around to the MPLA's side, and in 1976 the last SA forces marched out of Angola.