This looks like the Beslan school siege, where literally any fucker with a gun
was turning up and getting involved. Total bloodbath.
Yes, looks like it.
Why are the Russian security forces so fucking incompetent at sieges? I know this isn't solely a Russian problem (MOVE bombing, Ruby Ridge, Waco), but they always to fuck up the hardest.
These two images leave me intensely blue ball'd
Beslan isn't just incompetence, the situation had no real solution and the special forces didn't get any proper orders from the higher-ups. Israel had the exact same kind of failure in 1974, decades earlier and prior anti-terrorist action by the Spetsnaz in the USЫК demonstrated some of the best results in the world, such as storming a hijacked Yak-40 in 4 minutes and having no civilian or military/militia losses.
Here the field commander talks about Beslan https://archive.ph/ZMbuW
Yak-40 https://ru.wikipedia.org/wiki/Угон_самолёта_Як-40_(1973) >>229
Nah, that was fucking deliberate
>>223>chlorine gas anon
Holy fuck, realistically did that guy survive?
Testing the Altay helmet in 19 seconds
Gun is a 1944 7.62×38mmR Nagant Revolver
According to Maxim Popenker, the Nagant revolver is only good for suicide.https://yewtu.be/watch?v=pMGq2hFTnvM
Horseshit. Even after the TT-33 got produced it remained in production and remains in service even today. It's ammunition is the Russian equivalent of the S&W .38 Magnum in term of power and caliber and is unique. One of the very few revolvers that can be fitted with a sound suppressor and used effectively due to the gas sealing system, that also helps decrease noise and increase power of the round. >>237
Heck of a lot simpler a test for a non-military standard, and all other youtube testers don't do military standard either.
Imagine being in a German tank if that happened to you lmao
They didn't have hatches on the bottom of tanks at that time, so short of getting a specific tank recovery vehicle to rescue you, you're just fucked in there.
Funny thing is that Soviet tank did have hatches on their bottoms, despite being "le slav trash" according to vehraboos
>>245>wood furniture = AK furniture
The furniture is specifically in the AK style, don't be obtuse
Rifle is nice. Is there a sturdy and lightweight polymer that looks like realistic woodgrain?
epic, I kind of like the space age woodgrain laminate look of the other one tho
Just found this which is pretty cool, how to paint plastic to look like wood which seems very obvious now that we've started talking about it lolhttps://www.recoilweb.com/fake-bakelite-the-best-fakelite-recipe-165615.html>but there's no fuggin wood grain!
Turns out you can get a wood graining tool to use on a second layer of wet painthttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MwROpn4I3pU
v cool, thanks anon. Man, on a sidenote search engines could be so based under socialism
did anyone post /k/'s cum brownie meetup?
lmao thanks for sharing. It's a shame even k has pol brainworms now
shotguns in movies
Yeah pretty typical. That last scene though is fucking horrifying.
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They're idiots but if they wanna do that to each other and got nothing to lose… that's really not that bad.
kompot is drank not eaten dumbass
Дебил, это не мой мем. к тому же это шутка.
It's both you clown
New /AKM/ specific flags where added.
>>235>Testing the Altay helmet in 19 seconds
Выстрел из Нагана в К6 3 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NgcxNyz1g_Y
So for a week people memed about the MT-LB having a naval AAA turret (2M-3 25-mm) jury rigged on it (pic 1 rel). mp4 related just takes it to new levels. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nAGWCitiwtI
pic 2/3: The MT-LB is such a multiversal platform that it can be used A LOT of things, & jury-rigging it using various parts from other machines has been a common on-the-ground practice by Soviet troops since it got introduced, Ukraine & Russia alike. Similarly US troops did the same with the M113 or M4 Sherman. https://archive.ph/Cuegk https://shushpanzer-ru.livejournal.com/3636257.html
>>2799>workers and resources OST
finally, someone found out about it
Man I knew this meme would come in handy
70% OF US-MADE STRYKER APCS SUPPLIED TO UKRAINE ARE OUT OF SERVICE https://southfront.org/up-to-70-of-us-made-stryker-apcs-supplied-to-ukraine-are-out-of-service-report/
BlackTailDefense's Stryker videos are proven right all over again!
Honestly this kind of armour seems like it would be effective. Even just a metal box with cardboard in it would create separation from the chassis that could cause shells to detonate early.
How do you aim it though
What happens if you are shot in the first minute? Do you just have to sit it out?
You return to the 'spawn' point and start trekking back to the objective
Nah, take that too >>>/anime/351
screwing the navy is closer to pic rel here.
In USA people tip cows
In Russia people flip tanks>>1538
Forgot the "I Am Aoba" one
What in god’s name is an “M4 Colt”?
People sometimes wonder how Skynet could disable the military so easily. This hear is an example of just how important human control is in weapon systems. Without a human controller and programming giving a hard NO command to the system, it will likely fire. An AI removing this factor can easily turn into an Iran Air Flight 655 situation. And yet they're already planning to apply limited AI to military vehicles, including the Bradley, where it can decide whether or not to open or close the doors of the AFV, or whether the gun can fire or not, literal HAL-9000 shit. >@cavalryscout9519 2 months ago>On one of my deployments in Iraq, we had CIWS guns on the perimeter, and one was right next to a guard tower. They were constantly turning to track birds, friendly helicopter, or just random empty air. Scariest was when they would suddenly look at guard towers. I once saw one shoot 3 mortar rounds out of the air and then turn to vaporize a bird. I never felt safe next to one of those things. >They automatically identify and track anything with a large enough radar cross-section, and the gunner in control determines whether to let the rounds fly or not. They are always tracking, because they are meant to be a last-ditch defense mechanism when all the other defenses fail to stop the threat. They are designed to counter missiles and mortars, so relying on a human to start the tracking and lock-on process would mean that it would be useless. The only downside is that modern warplanes have stealth capabilities that have planes showing the radar cross-section of insects, which means EVERYTHING looks like a possible threat.
More recently an AI in a US AF facility in Britain was flying a simulated drone sent to locate and destroy enemy air defense systems, and after being told not to destroy some, turned around and destroyed its home base before continuing its mission, because the human controller was blocking its main program. USAF tried to deny that the drone killed its operator in simulation, but only brought up more questions and failed. >“We were training it in simulation to identify and target a SAM threat. And then the operator would say yes, kill that threat. The system started realizing that while they did identify the threat at times the human operator would tell it not to kill that threat, but it got its points by killing that threat. So what did it do? It killed the operator. It killed the operator because that person was keeping it from accomplishing its objective.”>“We trained the system – ‘Hey don’t kill the operator – that’s bad. You’re gonna lose points if you do that’. So what does it start doing? It starts destroying the communication tower that the operator uses to communicate with the drone to stop it from killing the target.” https://www.aerosociety.com/news/highlights-from-the-raes-future-combat-air-space-capabilities-summit/
anyone got the troll vid of the chinese "spy balloon" dodging missile and taking down the F22 ?
>>3798https://archive.ph/Hgm0d>A USAF official who was quoted saying the Air Force conducted a simulated test where an AI drone killed its human operator is now saying he “misspoke” and that the Air Force never ran this kind of test, in a computer simulation or otherwise. >Initially, Hamilton said that an AI-enabled drone "killed" its human operator in a simulation conducted by the U.S. Air Force in order to override a possible "no" order stopping it from completing its mission. Before Hamilton admitted he misspoke, the Royal Aeronautical Society said Hamilton was describing a "simulated test" that involved an AI-controlled drone getting "points" for killing simulated targets, not a live test in the physical world. >At the Future Combat Air and Space Capabilities Summit held in London between May 23 and 24, Hamilton held a presentation that shared the pros and cons of an autonomous weapon system with a human in the loop giving the final "yes/no" order on an attack. … Hamilton said that AI created “highly unexpected strategies to achieve its goal,” including attacking U.S. personnel and infrastructure.>“We were training it in simulation to identify and target a Surface-to-air missile (SAM) threat. And then the operator would say yes, kill that threat. The system started realizing that while they did identify the threat at times the human operator would tell it not to kill that threat, but it got its points by killing that threat. So what did it do? It killed the operator. It killed the operator because that person was keeping it from accomplishing its objective,” Hamilton said, according to the blog post.
being pro-ukrainian isn't a /pol/ talking point. /pol/ is very adamantly pro-russia
Either you're new or a glowie. Prior to 2022 /pol/ was heavily anti-Russian with the same Nazi rhetoric of 'le untermensch slavs' and 'muh gommie russkies', which came from memes and the stormfront take-over back in the late 2000s. The pro-Russian angle only really began with the war and is primarily centered in /chug/ featuring primarily non-American and non-West-European posters, with the anti-Russian, pro-Ukrainian equivalent - /uhg/ - forming as an opposing general, made up of primarily american, Polish, German and West-European liberals and rightoids that continued shilling anti-Russian talking points. Many of them also crosspost on /k/, which has and continues to be chockfull of "ded russian" threads, retarded threads trying to dunk on Russian military tech and generally propagating neo-nazi /pol/ rhetoric whenever they're not talking about sex toys or making dumb takes about X or Y weapon.
TL;DR: /pol/ is split on that and only recently, and /k/ hasn't been good in years.
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