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Коллеги, а есть инфа по киви и саср? НУ хотя бы примерный китлист с фотками и тд?


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2BeaVisS, ИМХО, в РФ тех, кто худо-бедно в них разбирается, нет, мей би Хопсер может что-то подсказать. Но тема в общем-то шикарная, интересная и достаточно сложная, где-то на уровне СОГа

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Все необходимое для базового кита есть в оспрее. У меня почти собран кит, остались мелочи. Еще есть просто охуительное кино The Odd Angry Shot, у меня есть вконтактике

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 Заголовок сообщения: Re: SASR & NZSAS 1965-1975
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Хопс, а можешь этот оспрей сюда выложить?

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готово. Вообще, тут нужен лишь гуглинг первого уровня


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Да я затупил что-то))) он и у меня есть оказывается))) :lol: :lol: :lol:

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По указанному периоду по австралийцам есть замечательная книжка "SAS: Phantoms of the jungle", автор D.M.Horner, 1989, ISBN 0045200068.

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Коллеги, а есть инфа по киви и саср?

У нас на форуме есть совсем чуть-чуть инфы - https://zarodinu.net/forum/viewtopic.php?f=55&t=944
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Благодарю, пойду изучать :-)


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Коллеги, а есть инфа по киви и саср? НУ хотя бы примерный китлист с фотками и тд?

по идее много чего должно быть у Каращука, он же австралийцами на Нам занимается


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это закамуфлированный ремень от БАР? мило...
мне еще обшитый ЕРДЛ подсумок САСовский же нравится :)


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Я тут наспамлю немножко.

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NUI DAT, SAS HILL, SOUTH VIETNAM. 1971. TROOPER DON BARNBY, 'F' TROOP, 2 SQUADRON, SPECIAL AIR SERVICE (SAS), ABOUT TO LEAVE FOR WEAPONS TESTING ON THE 6 ALPHA RANGE.

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NUI DAT, SAS HILL, SOUTH VIETNAM. 1971. TROOPER DON BARNBY, A MEMBER OF NO.25 PATROL, 2 SQUADRON, SPECIAL AIR SERVICE (SAS), IMMEDIATELY PRIOR TO MOVING OUT ON PATROL.

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NUI DAT, SAS HILL, SOUTH VIETNAM. 1971. TROOPER DON BARNBY, 'F' TROOP, 2 SQUADRON, SPECIAL AIR SERVICE (SAS) IN CAMOUFLAGE UNIFORM JUST PRIOR TO COMMENCING A PATROL.

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NUI DAT, SAS HILL, SOUTH VIETNAM. 1971. SERGEANT DANNY WRIGHT, PATROL COMMANDER OF NO.22 PATROL, 'F' TROOP, 2 SQUADRON, SPECIAL AIR SERVICE (SAS) DRINKING CHAMPAGNE TO CELEBRATE HIS LAST PATROL. LOOKING ON ARE CORPORAL CURLEY CLARKE (LEFT) AND TROOPER FELIX RICHARDS (RIGHT).

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NUI DAT, SAS HILL, SOUTH VIETNAM. 1971. TROOPER DON BARNBY, 'F' TROOP, 2 SQUADRON, SPECIAL AIR SERVICE (SAS), OUTSIDE HIS TENT "316 WILHELM STRASSE", NAMED AFTER A BROTHEL AT 316 WILLIAM STREET, PERTH, WA.

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NUI DAT, SAS HILL, SOUTH VIETNAM. 1971. WEAPONS BOARD SHOWING EXAMPLES OF ALLIED RIFLES USED IN THE VIETNAM WAR.

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NUI DAT, SAS HILL, SOUTH VIETNAM. 1971. MEMBERS OF NO. 22 PATROL, 'F' TROOP, 2 SQUADRON, SPECIAL AIR SERVICE (SAS), PREPARING TO MOVE OUT ON PATROL. LEFT TO RIGHT: SERGEANT (SGT) FRANK CASHMORE; SGT DANNY WRIGHT, PATROL COMMANDER; TROOPER (TPR) FELIX RICHARDS; TPR BEN BENNETT; TPR DON BARNBY AND TPR JOCK TIERNAM.

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NUI DAT, SAS HILL, SOUTH VIETNAM. 1971-04-08. MEMBERS OF NO.25 PATROL, 'F' TROOP, 2 SQUADRON, SPECIAL AIR SERVICE (SAS), AT NADZAB LZ (LANDING ZONE) AFTER RETURNING FROM THEIR SECOND PATROL. THE PATROL OF NINE DAYS WAS FROM 1971-03-30 TO 1971-04-08. LEFT TO RIGHT, BACK ROW: CORPORAL IAN RASMUSSEN, SECOND-IN-COMMAND; TROOPER (TPR) DON BARNBY, SIGNALLER; TPR DENNIS BIRD, SCOUT; SECOND LIEUTENANT BRIAN RUSSELL, PATROL COMMANDER. FRONT ROW: TPR BILL NISBETT, RIFLEMAN; JOHN DEAKIN, UNITED STATES NAVY (USN-SEAL).

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NUI DAT, SOUTH VIETNAM. 1971-04-16. TROOPER DON BARNBY, NO.25 PATROL, 'F' TROOP, 2 SQUADRON, SPECIAL AIR SERVICE (SAS), PRIOR TO COMMENCING HIS PATROL. TROOPER BARNBY IS WEARING TYPICAL CAMOUFLAGE UNIFORM WORN BY SAS PATROLS.

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Phuoc Tuy Province, South Vietnam. April 1971. Gathered outside the headquarters of the 2nd Special Air Service Squadron (SAS), are members of the specially appointed Kerr Committee which was examining conditions of service throughout Australia's armed forces, and members of an SAS patrol which had just returned from an operation in Phuoc Tuy Province. The Committee was gathering evidence and toured the war zone to gain first hand impressions of service life as they affected the man in the field. Standing with his arms folded is the Comittee Chairman, Mr Justice J. R. Kerr (who later became Governor General of Australia). At rear is Brigadier A. M. McDonald, far right is Colonel W. F. Burnard, an army consultant.

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Some members of the Special Air Services (SAS), wearing jungle camouflage, floppy bush hats, and facial camouflage, receiving a last minute briefing before setting out on patrol. Identified in the foreground from left: 235306 Lieutenant ? (Lt) Gordon Lyall (Sam) Simpson, 2nd Special Air Service Squadron, (with his back to the camera, wearing no shirt) who later lost both his legs as a result of a mine explosion; 19968 Lt Kevin William Lunny, 2nd Special Air Service Squadron; unidentified with face blackened; 235210 Captain Michael John (Mick) Bindley, 1st Battalion, The Royal Australian Regiment (1RAR), holding an M16A1 automatic rifle; unidentified; unidentified with handset to his ear. The soldier standing on the ramp of the armoured personnel carrier (APC) at rear is Major Gus Schneider of Roswell, New Maxico, deputy commander of the US Army's 5/2 Artillery Brigade. The APC, from A Squadron, 3 Cavalry Regiment, Royal Australian Armoured Corps (RAAC) is about to take the SAS group out to their drop off point in the bush.

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Ho Tram Cape area, South Vietnam. 1411301 Corporal (Cpl) Graham Douglas "GD" Smith (centre), and 2412371 Sergeant (Sgt) Terrence O'Farrell (right), both members of a ten-man Special Air Service (SAS) fighting ambush patrol moving through tall Kunai grass. The rifle is a XM177E2 , which is a lengthened, modified Colt Commando adapted for an XM148, 40 mm grenade launcher attached beneath the barrel. Ten-man fighting patrols were usually made up by combining two five-man reconnaissance patrols. This fighting patrol was made up of No. 25 Patrol and another patrol from F Troop, 2 Squadron, SAS. Cpl Smith was the longest serving member of the SAS in South Vietnam, having also served with 2 Squadron in 1968 - 1969, and 1 Squadron in 1970 - 1971. He was awarded the Cross of Gallantry with Silver Star by the Republic of Vietnam for actions conducted in July 1971.

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Vietnam, May 1969 PICKING UP ARMY OF THE REPUBLIC OF VIETNAM "SAS" PATROL FOR DEPLOYMENT.

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SOUTH VIETNAM. 1971. SERGEANT FRANK CASHMORE, 2 SQUADRON, SPECIAL AIR SERVICE (SAS), DURING A PATROL.

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SOUTH VIETNAM. 1971. TROOPER M. RADWELL, 2 SQUADRON, SPECIAL AIR SERVICE (SAS), DURING A PATROL.

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1968, Six unidentified members of the Special Air Service, (SAS), prepare to rappel from a 9 Squadron, RAAF, UH-1 Iroquois helicopter.

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1968, Five unidentified Special Air Services Squadron (SAS) members participating in rope training with a hovering No 9 Squadron, RAAF, Iroquois helicopter. The men are grouped together joined with the ropes from the helicopter waiting to be lifted off from the ground.

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Five members of 2nd Squadron, Special Air Service, (SAS), boarding a 9 Squadron, RAAF, UH-1H Iroquois helicopter at Kanga Pad, Nui Dat.

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Unidentified soldiers from 2 Squadron, Special Air Service (SAS) Regiment, waiting in thick scrub for extraction, after completing a Claret (cross border) operation against Indonesian forces in North Borneo.

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1966, With his 5.56 mm M16A1 automatic rifle across his lap, 17795 Private (Pte) Ross Leonard Guldbransen, 2 Squadron, Special Air Service (SAS) Regiment, waits in a bamboo grove for a helicopter extraction, after completing a Claret (cross border) operation against Indonesian forces in North Borneo. Pte Guldbransen also served in South Vietnam with 1 Squadron, Special Air Service (SAS) Regiment from 1967 to 1968.

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1966, Portrait of 17795 Private (Pte) Ross Leonard Guldbransen, 2 Squadron, Special Air Service (SAS) Regiment, with his 5.56 mm M16A1 automatic rifle and pack, awaiting helicopter extraction after completing a patrol against Indonesian Forces in the border area of North Borneo. Pte Guldbransen also served in South Vietnam with 1 Squadron, Special Air Service (SAS) Regiment from 1967 to 1968.

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NUI DAT, SOUTH VIETNAM. 1971. NO.25 PATROL OF 'F' TROOP, 2 SQUADRON, SPECIAL AIR SERVICE (SAS), MOVING OUT TO WAITING HELICOPTERS OF NO.9 SQUADRON, RAAF, ON KANGA PAD.

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SOUTH VIETNAM. 1971. MEMBERS OF NO.25 PATROL, 'F' TROOP, 2 SQUADRON, SPECIAL AIR SERVICE (SAS), WAITING TO BE PICKED UP BY HELICOPTORS OF NO.9 SQUADRON, RAAF, AFTER COMPLETING THEIR PATROL.

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SOUTH VIETNAM. 1971. TWO MEMBERS OF 'F' TROOP, 2 SQUADRON, SPECIAL AIR SERVICE (SAS) AT THE END OF A PATROL WAITING TO BE PICKED UP BY HELICOPTER. LEFT TO RIGHT: CORPORAL NEV TAYLOR; TROOPER BEN BENNETT.

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SOUTH VIETNAM. 1971.TROOPER NEVILLE TAYLOR OF NO.26 PATROL, 'F' TROOP, 2 SQUADRON, SPECIAL AIR SERVICE (SAS), WAITING IN SCRUB FOR THE HELICOPTER PICKUP AT THE END OF A PATROL.

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Vietnam. 1969. A three-man 10lb inflatable rubber boat or dinghy which was used by Australian members of Special Air Services (SAS) units operating in the field. The boat was designed by a US scientist, Chris Carney, based on experience gained in World War 2.

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Vietnam: Phuoc Tuy Province, Vung Tau, 1971-1972, Special Air Services (SAS) troops removing their equipment from the rear of an armoured personnel carrier (APC) of 3 Cavalry Regiment after they were dropped in the jungle prior to a patrolling operation.

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Phuoc Tuy Province, South Vietnam. May 1970. Trooper John (Gomer) Pile of Newtown, NSW, keeps watch while on patrol. The Special Air Services (SAS) men creep through the jungle to spy on the enemy to provide raw intelligence for the Australian Task Force Commander to act upon.

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Phuoc Tuy Province, South Vietnam. May 1970. Trooper Don Miller of Fremantle, WA, his face camouflaged, takes a drink from a bottle while on patrol. The Special Air Services (SAS) men creep through the jungle to spy on the enemy to provide raw intelligence for the Australian Task Force Commander to act upon.

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Phuoc Tuy Province, South Vietnam. May 1970. Trooper Roger Kaczmarek of Croydon Park, SA, his face camouflaged, on patrol. The Special Air Services (SAS) men creep through the jungle to spy on the enemy to provide raw intelligence for the Australian Task Force Commander to act upon.

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Phuoc Tuy Province, South Vietnam. May 1970. Sergeant John (Jack) Gebhardt of Mount Yokine, WA, listens to a field radio while on patrol.The Special Air Services (SAS) men creep through the jungle to spy on the enemy to provide raw intelligence for the Australian Task Force Commander to act upon.

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Phuoc Tuy Province, South Vietnam. May 1970. Sergeant John (Jack) Gebhardt of Mount Yokine, WA, points to direct while on patrol. The Special Air Services (SAS) men creep through the jungle to spy on the enemy to provide raw intelligence for the Australian Task Force Commander to act upon.

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Phuoc Tuy Province, South Vietnam. May 1970. The Special Air Services (SAS) men, weary and dirty, but happy, return to the 1st Australian Task Force (1ATF) base at Nui Dat. Left to right: Lance Corporal George Mach of Claremont, WA; Sergeant John O'Keefe of Balga, WA; Trooper Dave Crompton of Mt Waverley, Vic.

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Phuoc Tuy Province, South Vietnam. May 1970. The Special Air Services (SAS) men return to the 1st Australian Task Force (1ATF) base at Nui Dat. Leading from the chopper (helicopter) is patrol commander Sergeant John O'Keefe of Balga, WA.

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BIEN HOA, SOUTH VIETNAM. 1968-02. A MEMBER OF NO. 1 SQUADRON, SPECIAL AIR SERVICE (1SAS) ON PATROL OUT OF THE BATTALION HEADQUARTERS OF 7TH BATTALION, THE ROYAL AUSTRALIAN REGIMENT (7RAR). HE IS EQUIPPED WITH A STANDARD L1A1 SELF LOADING RIFLE WITH A 30 ROUND BOX MAGAZINE. (DONOR P. AITKEN)

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February 1968, THREE MEMBERS OF NO. 1 SQUADRON, SPECIAL AIR SERVICE (1SAS) ON PATROL OUT OF THE BATTALION HEADQUARTERS OF 7TH BATTALION, THE ROYAL AUSTRALIAN REGIMENT (7RAR). THEY ARE EQUIPPED WITH STANDARD L1A1 SELF LOADING RIFLES WITH 30 ROUND BOX MAGAZINES AND M79 GRENADE LAUNCHERS. (DONOR P. AITKEN)

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BIEN HOA, SOUTH VIETNAM. 1968-02. MEMBERS OF NO. 1 SQUADRON, SPECIAL AIR SERVICE (1SAS) AFTER BRIEFING, PREPARE FOR PATROL OUT OF THE BATTALION HEADQUARTERS OF 7TH BATTALION, THE ROYAL AUSTRALIAN REGIMENT (7RAR). PATROL SERGEANT LAURIE FRAZER IS SECOND FROM THE RIGHT. (DONOR P. AITKEN)

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SOUTH VIETNAM. 1971. TROOPER RHETT PEACOCK, 2 SQUADRON, SPECIAL AIR SERVICE (SAS), DURING A PATROL. NOTE TROOPER PEACOCK IS CARRYING A L34A1 9MM STERLING PATCHETT SUB MACHINE GUN WHICH HAS THE BARREL JACKET COVERED BY A SILENCER CASING.

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1967. A MARK VI SILENCED VERSION OF THE STEN MARK V SUB MACHINE GUN, CARRIED BY FORWARD SCOUTS OF MOBILE STRIKE FORCES (MIKE FORCES) AND THE AUSTRALIAN SPECIAL AIR SERVICE (SAS) IN VIETNAM. THIS PARTICULAR MARK IS A COSMETIC MAKE OVER OF THE MARK IIS SILENCED SUBMACHINE GUN. ALTHOUGH THESE GUNS COULD FIRE AUTOMATICALLY, IT WAS RECOMMENDED THAT SILENCED VERSIONS ONLY BE SHOT IN SINGLE SHOT MODE TO PROLONG THE LIFE OF THE RUBBER BAFFLES IN THE SILENCER INNER TUBE.

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June 1968, An unknown member of the Special Air Services (SAS) in full kit ready to go out on patrol from Fire Support Base (FSB) Kiama). The soldier is wearing jungle camouflage, floppy bush hat and facial camouflage cream. A grenade is attached to the front of each of his shoulder straps

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Bein Hoa, Vietnam. c.1968-01. A soldier and four members of No. 1 Squadron, Special Air Service (1SAS), preparing for patrol out of the Battalion Headquarters of 7th Battalion, The Royal Australian Regiment (7RAR), during Operation Coburg. They are dressed in tiger stripe pattern camouflage uniforms and carry M16 and SLR rifles. Note the 30 round magazine and the disruptive tape on the foregrip of the SLR rifle.

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BIEN HOA, SOUTH VIETNAM. 1968-02. PATROL SERGEANT LAURIE FRAZER OF NO. 1 SQUADRON, SPECIAL AIR SERVICE (1SAS) ON PATROL OUT OF THE BATTALION HEADQUARTERS OF 7TH BATTALION, THE ROYAL AUSTRALIAN REGIMENT (7RAR) DURING OPERATION COBURG. HE IS DRESSED IN A TIGER STRIPE PATTERN CAMOUFLAGE UNIFORM AND CARRIES A STANDARD M16 RIFLE AND A BERGAN RUCKSACK. (DONOR P. AITKEN)

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Phuoc Tuy Province, South Vietnam. May 1970. Corporal Ian Bullock of Balga, WA, his face camouflaged, on patrol carrying a M16 automatic rifle with an MX148 grenade launcher fitted under the barrel. The Special Air Services (SAS) men creep through the jungle to spy on the enemy to provide raw intelligence for the Australian Task Force Commander to act upon.

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HO TRAM CAPE AREA, SOUTH VIETNAM. 1971. TROOPER BRAD HANNAFORD, A MEMBER OF A SPECIAL AIR SERVICE TEN-MAN FIGHTING AMBUSH PATROL, PREPARING A NIGHT LAY UP POINT (LUP). NOTE THE MODIFIED SLR (L1A1) RIFLE, SHORTENED BARREL AND ADDITIONAL PISTOL GRIP. TEN-MAN FIGHTING PATROLS WERE USUALLY MADE UP BY COMBINING TWO FIVE-MAN RECONNAISSANCE PATROLS. THIS FIGHTING PATROL WAS MADE UP OF NO. 25 PATROL AND ANOTHER PATROL FROM 'F' TROOP, 2 SQUADRON, SPECIAL AIR SERVICE (SAS).

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HO TRAM CAPE AREA, SOUTH VIETNAM. 1971. HIS FACE PAINTED AND A SWEAT BAND ROUND HIS FOREHEAD, SERGEANT TERRY O'FARRELL, A MEMBER OF A SPECIAL AIR SERVICE TEN-MAN FIGHTING AMBUSH PATROL, MOVING THROUGH TALL KUNAI GRASS. TEN-MAN FIGHTING PATROLS WERE USUALLY MADE UP BY COMBINING TWO FIVE-MAN RECONNAISSANCE PATROLS. THIS FIGHTING PATROL WAS MADE UP OF NO. 25 PATROL AND ANOTHER PATROL FROM 'F' TROOP, 2 SQUADRON, SPECIAL AIR SERVICE (SAS).

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The Welrod pistol
After the WW2, the Welrod was used in places like Korea, Vietnam and the Falklands. The main role for the weapon was for the dispatching of sentries and also for the assassination of key military and political personnel. Its construction limited its utility and therefore was of little other use. Its effective range was approximately twelve metres. For the gun to work efficiently, only standard, subsonic velocity ammunition was used. The weapon is now obsolete, having been replaced by contemporary built silenced weapons.

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Lightweight tropical rucksack with tubular aluminium frame : Sergeant A F Stewart, 2 Squadron, SAS
Stewart deployed to Vietnam with the advance party of his unit on 5 February 1968. During the following 12 months, Stewart led 22 patrols in Phouc Tuy Province, these included ambush and intelligence gathering patrols.

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Pattern 1944 haversack : Sergeant A F Stewart, 2 Squadron, SAS

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British Pattern 1944 basic pouch with camouflage : Lieutenant C A M Roberts, 3 Squadron SAS
This style of Australian Army British pattern 1944 basic pouch was non regulation issue but used by Australian troops in Vietnam. This example belonged to 57085 Lieutenant Chris A M Roberts of 3 Special Air Service (SAS) squadron, who acquired it and the other non regulation equipment through trading or purchase. The SAS wore US special forces camouflage clothing and cut up old sets of these and glued them on to various webbing items for camouflage. The pouch has been covered in this manner.

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Australian bush hat : Trooper D R Barnby, 2 Squadron, Special Air Service Regiment
From 17 February to 10 October 1971, Trooper Barnby deployed to South Vietnam as a member of Two Five Patrol, F Troop, 2 Squadron, SASR. Based out of the 1st Australian Task Force base at Nui Dat, Phuoc Tuy Province, they conducted clandestine reconnaissance and offensive operations against the North Vietnamese Army and Viet Cong.

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Wrist compass : Trooper D R Barnby, 2 Squadron, Special Air Service Regiment

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Composite webbing set : Trooper D R Barnby, 2 Squadron, Special Air Service Regiment
A composite webbing set, consisting of standard US pattern waist belt, metal buckle and 'H' harness suspender. The suspender has been modified with the addition of five nylon webbing M79 40 mm grenade pouches, cut from a US Air Force survival vest, which are attached vertically down each front suspender strap. A blackened round brass press button secures each grenade pouch cover.
Worn at the back of the belt is a large Australian 1937 Pattern basic canvas pouch and a British 1944 Pattern water bottle and carrier. In place of the standard Australian issue basic pouches at the front are twin US Special Forces M16 5.56 mm magazine pouches and two compass pouches, one containing insect repellent.
Attached to the 1937 Pattern pouch is another compass pouch, containing another insect repellent container and inside the pouch is a field dressing. The webbing set has been hand camouflaged by adding random blotches of green and black paint. A US issue plastic M6 bayonet scabbard is also attached.

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United States experimental tropical pattern boots : Trooper D R Barnby, 2 Squadron, Special Air Service Regiment
Pair of experimental United States Army tropical boots. The black leather nose caps of both boots are heavily worn, exposing raw leather. The heel of each boot is also black leather. The body and tongue of each boot consists of olive green nylon. A large metal and black nylon zip secures the boots. A vertical lacing system is a feature of the boots, incorporating eighteen metal eyelets per boot and black nylon cord. There are a pair of circular brass eyelets on the inside arch of each boot, for removing excess water. The soles of both boots are black rubber which are worn from use.

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1970. US tropical pattern gloves : Trooper D R Barnby, 2 Squadron, Special Air Service Regiment
Two right hand, olive green, US issued tropical gloves with the tops of all fingers removed. Two thirds of the top surface of the gloves is made from an olive green nylon mesh, with the index finger being entirely covered with Nomex. This Nomex extends up the entire length of the upper glove to the cuff. The palms of the gloves are made from a worn Nomex material.
The stitching for one of the glove's right thumb is slightly frayed, and has come undone, with the other one entirely missing. The glove with the missing thumb also has a blue-green coloured number 9 hand written midway along the top of the glove above the index finger. This glove is also of a slightly lighter coloured olive green colour than the other. Around the cuff of the gloves is zig-zag stitching which slightly blouses the gloves.

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 Заголовок сообщения: Re: SASR & NZSAS 1965-1975
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И немного из моих запасов, год не помню :oops:


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Комментарий к файлу: У парня с М79 темный верх-светлый низ - американцы так не делали.
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1/505th "Panthers" Inf.(Abn)1965-1970 &
Co. 0 (Ranger), 75th “Merrill's Marauders” Inf.(Abn) 1969-1972,
3rd “The Golden” Brigade, 82nd “All Americans” Abn. Division
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Для ценителей.
"Battle of Long Tan" - Lex McAuley
"Trackers" - Peter Haran
"Crossfire" - Peter Haran & Robert Kearney
"Sleeping with your ears open" - Gary Mckay
"SAS Phantoms of War" - David Horner
"Jungle Tracks" - Gary McKay and Graeme Nicholas
"Behind enemy lines. An australian SAS soldier in Vietnam" - Terry O'Farrel
"Uncertain Fate: An Australian SAS Patrol in Vietnam" - Graham Brammer
"Shockwave: An Australian Combat Helicopter Crew In Vietnam" - Peter Haran

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Вроде как SASR


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3rd “The Golden” Brigade, 82nd “All Americans” Abn. Division
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Ну да. Это тоже кит Барнби

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Причем двумя постами выше эта фотка уже была, причем в бОльшем разрешении.

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Упс...к сожалению половина фото из вашего большого и интересного поста у меня не открывается :(

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1/505th "Panthers" Inf.(Abn)1965-1970 &
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3rd “The Golden” Brigade, 82nd “All Americans” Abn. Division


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