Denel G6 Self-Propelled Gun, South Africa

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NORTH OF ANGOLA - Recovering from a group of paratroopers by PUMA helicopter after an operation in northern Angola.

Portuguese Paratroopers during the Portuguese Overseas War boarding a Puma, ca.

SA Army soldiers with R4 assault rifle.

SADF soldiers with assault rifle.

Angola

Angola

South African Air Force Mirage IIIs

The only other combat jet produced in greater numbers than the Mirage is MiG .

Olifant tank Ops Hooper.

Olifant tank Ops Hooper.

This is what a troopie in full kit looked like in the 70'2 up to the mid 80"s

This is what a troopie in full kit looked like in the up to the mid

After we were ambushed I did a follow up with 4 chaps we were picked up by a Puma...about 20 clics into Angola, tired and thirsty...we sat just like this with a cold fanta care of the crew....17/11/1979

After we were ambushed I did a follow up with 4 chaps we were picked up by a Puma...about 20 clics into Angola, tired and thirsty...we sat just like this with a cold fanta care of the crew....17/11/1979

South African Army - Parabat / Recce instructor lanyard was sold for R889.99 on 9 Nov at 20:46 by armybooks in Johannesburg (ID:27588616)

Parabat / Recce instructor lanyard

South African Army - Parabat / Recce instructor lanyard was sold for on 9 Nov at by armybooks in Johannesburg

Balles bak.

Balles bak.

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.

Corporal's last smoke before going on patrol

A corporal catches a last-minute smoke before a patrol, Grensoorlog, South African Border War.

Skietbaan

Dit was darm iets om te beleef! Deur dik en dun, ons was daar vir mekaar!

A set of dixies and a pikstel Dixie: 2 Square aluminium “plates” which were kept in your webbing and which were used to eat out of. They fitted inside each other and with the firebucket and pikstel formed your eating kit when in the bush or border

Army plate, knife & fork - credit not known

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