South African Army - Armor - Olifant Mk1B – Main Battle Tank – Has a Crew of 4 (Commander, Gunner, Loader and Driver) Armament: 1 x 105mm (L7) Rifled Gun, 1 x 7.62mm Co-Axial and 1 x 7.62mm Anti-Aircraft Machine Guns.

South African Army - Olifant – Main Battle Tank – Crew: 4 (Commander, Gunner, Loader and Driver) Armament: 1 x Rifled Gun, 1 x Co-Axial and 1 x Anti-Aircraft Machine Guns.

Angolan women participated in the liberation struggle against the colonist

Angolan women participated in the liberation struggle, including as fighters.

Medics looked after them all - and back home the same guys could only change bed pans in the hospitals

Medics looked after them all - and back home the same guys could only change bed pans in the hospitals

Cold War, Army Pics, Defence Force, South Africa, African History, Iron Fist, Troops, Soldiers, Military History

-SADF  G5 cannon - not one was ever found during their entire deployment - good shells with low signature smoke, dropping noses when Migs were around and all around discipline

-SADF cannon - not one was ever found during their entire deployment - good shells with low signature smoke, dropping noses when Migs were around and all around discipline

Defence Force, War Photography, Armored Vehicles, Iron Fist, Warfare, Civil Wars, South Africa, Military, War

MPLA soldiers with captured South African tank, Cuito Cuanavale, 1988.

Angolan soldiers with captured South African tank, Cuito Cuanavale, photographed by Jeremy Harding.

Keep your eyes open and stay alive.

Keep your eyes open and stay alive.- If they were all this obvious it would have been great

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