SA war history

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When we were feared and others came to learn from us. South African troop ready for whatever the others could give Once Were Warriors, Army Day, Vietnam War Photos, Out Of Africa, Troops, Soldiers, Photo Essay, African History, Special Forces

When we were feared and others came to learn from us. South African troop ready for whatever the others could give

One of the last great South African Generals - Constand Viljoen - also known as "stofstrepie" Military Men, Military History, Mein Land, Army Day, Defence Force, Army Vehicles, Military Equipment, My Heritage, African History

One of the last great South African Generals - Constand Viljoen - also known as "stofstrepie"

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.

The WWII vintage Dakota was still used in the South African Bush War 40 years later. Brings back many memories ~ BFD South African Air Force, World Conflicts, Army Day, American Manufacturing, Weapon Of Mass Destruction, Defence Force, Korean War, African History, War Machine

The WWII vintage Dakota was still used in the South African Bush War 40 years later. Brings back many memories

SA War Hero Capt Wynand du Toit. During the raid on the Cabinda oil refinery, Angola, on the 21 May 1985, Capt. Wynand du Toit was taken captive, and two other South African commandoes were killed. The rest of the commando unit evacuated successfully.This resulted in the reconnaisance teams being discovered and coming under heavy fire. During this firefight, Corporal van Breda and Corporal Liebenberg were killed, while Capt. Du Toit was captured. South African Flag, Army Day, Defence Force, War Photography, Military Life, African History, War Machine, Special Forces, Armed Forces

SA War Hero Capt Wynand du Toit. During the raid on the Cabinda oil refinery, Angola, on the 21 May 1985, Capt. Wynand du Toit was taken captive, and two other South African commandoes were killed. The rest of the commando unit evacuated successfully.This resulted in the reconnaisance teams being discovered and coming under heavy fire. During this firefight, Corporal van Breda and Corporal Liebenberg were killed, while Capt. Du Toit was captured.