Ran into this thing on the Sudan CAR Boarder filled with South African Mercs. The V hull, for blast dispersion and open top for hot conditions. Called the Mule.

Ran into this thing on the Sudan CAR Boarder filled with South African Mercs. The V hull, for blast dispersion and open top for hot conditions. Called the Mule.

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.

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.

T-54's taken out by South African troops deep in Angola during the Bush War

T-54's taken out by South African troops deep in Angola during the Bush War

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