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Tavor T.A.R. 21 – Weapon of the Future
Tavor, the new Israeli assault rifle is lightweight, compact and ergonomically designed to become an “organic” part of the war fighter. It has already been chosen to arm the Israeli (IDF) and Indian elite troops, and is aggressively marketed worldwide, to become a weapon of choice for future infantry combat suits. The name “T.A.R. 21” stands for “Tavor Assault Rifle 21st Century”. Tavor is based on extensive research and development and close cooperation with the Israel Defense Forces (IDF). It was selected by the IDF in 2003, following an extensive competition against the M4. The plant is gearing up to serial production delivering thousands of rifles starting 2006. The Givati infantry brigade is the first unit to be equipped with the new rifle, gradually fielding the new weapon, beginning with all Summer 2006 new recruits. By March 2007, the Golani infantry brigade and the Kfir infantry brigade are scheduled to get the new weapons, completing the initial procurement batch of 15,000 assault rifles. Unlike conventional assault rifles, Tavor was developed to produce effective, fast and accurate fire in all conditions, including close combat. Its ergonomic design enables the soldier to operate the weapon as part of an integrated weapon system – such system does not rely only on technology, the system must rely on the human senses and capabilities, and respond best to the human needs. Tavor is well balanced and easily operated with a single (right or left) hand. Specific models can be configured for right or left handed users. With its integral optical sight, it can be aimed and fire accurately with both eyes opened, maintaining constant eye contact with the target, improving the soldier’s peripheral vision and maintaining effective situational awareness. The compact weapon fits comfortably, aimed instinctively and fired instantly and effectively even by a heavily loaded war fighter, in tight enclosures, where the use of longer weapons is impractical. All Tavor models use flat-top design to accommodate advanced sights and accessories. The current model selected by the IDF is produced of black composites (the original was olive green), some models, such as the sharpshooter version uses Mil-Std 1913 (Picatinny) rail attachment mounting optical sights and other accessories. All versions have a foldable iron sights for backup.
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Top 3 – Assault Rifles 3. M16 assault rifle
The AK-47 (or Avtomat Kalashnikova) is a 47 selective fire, gas operated 7.62mm assault rifle developed in the Soviet Union by Mikh Mikhail Kalashnikov in the 1940s. Six decades later, the AK-47 and its variants and derivatives remain in 47 service throughout the world. It has been manufactured in many countries and has seen service with regular armed forces as well as irregular, revolutionary and terrorist y organizations worldwide. The designation AK-47 stands for Автомат 47 Калашникова 47 (Avtomat Kalashnikova 47) Kalashnikov automatic rifle, model of 1947. Design work on the AK began in 1944. In 1946 a version of the rifle, the AK AK-46 was presented for official military trials, and a year later the fixed stock version was introduced into service with select units of the Red Army. The AK AK-47 was officially accepted by the Soviet Armed Forces in 1949. An early development of the design wa was the AKS-47 (S—Skladnoy or "folding"), which Skladnoy differed in being equipped with an under folding metal shoulder stock. 47 The AK-47 was one of the first true assault rifles and, due to its durability, low production cost and ease of use, the weapon and its nume numerous variants remain the most widely used assault rifles in the world — so much so that more AK AKtype rifles have been produced than all other assault rifles combined. It was also used by the majority of the member states of the former Warsaw Pact. The AK-47 was also used as a basis 7 for the development of many other types of individual and crew-served firearms. served And Now Number 1...
The M16 (more formally Rifle, Caliber 5.56 mm, M16) is the United States military designation for the AR AR-15 rifle. Colt purchased the rights to the AR- from -15 ArmaLite and currently uses that designation only for semi-automatic versions of the rifle.
The M16 entered United States Army service as the M16A1 and was deployed for jungle warfare in South Vietnam in 1963, becoming the standard U.S. rifle of the Vietnam War by 1969; replacing the M14 rifle in that role. The U.S. Army retained the M14 in CONUS, Europe, and South Korea until 1970. Since the Vietnam War, the M16 rifle family has been the primary infantry rifle of the U.S. military. With its variants, it has been in use by 15 NATO countries, and ariants, is the most produced firearm in its caliber.
2. AK-47 assault rifle 47
M4A1 assault rifle
The M4 carbine is a family of firearms tracing its lineage back to earlier carbine versions of the M16, all based on the original AR-15 made by ArmaLite. It is a 15 shorter and lighter version of the M16A2 assault rifle, achieving 80% parts commonality with the M16A2. he The M4 has selective fire options including semi semiautomatic and three-round burst (like the M16A2), round while the M4A1 has a "full auto" option in place of the three-round burst. Overview The M4 and variants fire 5.56x45mm NATO ammunition and are gas gasoperated, air air-cooled, magazine-fed, magazine selective fire firearms with a 4 4-position telescoping
Up; The M4 with t newer, the redesigned telescoping stock.
While the M4's manoeuvrability makes it a candidate for non-infantry troops (vehicle crews, clerks and staff infantry officers), it also makes it ideal for close quarter’s battle (CQB). The M4 was developed and produced for the United States government by Colt Firearms, which nment has an exclusive contract to produce the M4 family of weapons through 2009; however, a number of other manufacturers offer M4-like firearms. The M4A1, like along with the M16A4, has mostly replaced the M16A2; the U.S. Air Force, fo example, plans to for transition completely to the M4. The M4 is also the standard rifle for U.S. Air Force Security Forces members whether at home station or deployed abroad. They maintain a yearly qualification on it. The United States Marine Corps has ord ordered its officers (up to the rank of lieutenant colonel) and Staff Non-commissioned officers to carry the M4A1 carbine commissioned instead of the M9 handgun. This is in keeping with the Marine Corps motto, "Every Marine a rifleman." United States Navy corpsmen will al be issued also M4A1s instead of the M9.
stock. Original M4 models had a flat-ended ended telescoping stock, but newer models are now equipped with a redesigned telescoping stock that is slightly larger with curvature at the end. The M4 is similar to much earlier compact M16 versions, such as r the 1960s-era XM177 family. Some of those visual era designs are obvious in both weapons, however most of the similarities are not very noticeable. As with many carbines, the M4 is handy and more convenient to carry than a full-length rifle. The price is length slightly inferior ballistic performance compared to the full-size M16, with it’s nearly 6" (15 cm) longer barrel. size This becomes most apparent at ranges of 300 yards and beyond. Statistically, however, most small small-arms engagements occur within 100 yards. This means that the M4 is very much an adequate weapon for the majority of troops. The marginal sacrifice in terminal ballistics and range, in exchange for greatly improved handling characteristics, is usually thought to be a worthwhile compromise.
How to survival? Lesson 1
PSYCHOLOGY OF SURVIVAL
SURVIVAL PLANNING AND SURVIVAL KITS Survival planning is nothing more than realizing something could happen that would put you in a survival situation and, with that in mind, taking steps to increase your chances of survival. Thus, survival planning means preparation. Preparation means having survival items and knowing ng how to use them People who live in snow regions prepare their vehicles for poor road conditions. They put snow tires on their vehicles, add extra weight in the back for traction, and they carry a shovel, salt, and a blanket. Another example of preparation is finding nother the emergency exits on an aircraft when you board it for a flight. Preparation could also mean knowing your intended route of travel and familiarizing yourself with the area. Finally, emergency planning is essential essential. IMPORTANCE OF PLANNING Detailed prior planning is essential in potential survival situations. Including survival considerations in mission planning will enhance your chances of survival if an emergency occurs. For example, if your job re requires that you work in a small, enclosed area that limits what you can carry on your person, plan where you can put your rucksack or your load load-bearing equipment. Put it where it will not prevent you from getting out of the area quickly, yet where it is readily accessible. One important aspect of prior planning is preventive medicine. Ensuring that you have no dental problems and that your immunizations are current will help you avoid potential dental or health problems. A dental problem in a survival situation will reduc your ability reduce to cope with other problems that you face. Failure to keep your shots current may mean your body is not immune to diseases that are prevalent in the area. Preparing and carrying a survival kit is as important as the considerations mentioned above. All Army aircraft normally have survival kits on board for the type area(s) over which they will fly. There are kits for over overwater survival, for hot climate survival, and an aviator 7
It takes much more than the knowledge and skills to build shelters, get food, make fires, and travel without the aid of standard navigational devices to live successfully through a survival situation. Some people with little or no survival training have managed to survive life naged lifethreatening circumstances. Some people with survival training have not used their skills and died. A key ingredient in any survival situation is the mental attitude of the individual(s) involved. Having survival skills is important; having the will to survive is aving essential. Without a desk to survive, acquired skills serve little purpose and invaluable knowledge goes to waste. There is a psychology to survival. The soldier in a survival environment faces many stresses that ultimately impact on his mind. These stresses can pact produce thoughts and emotions that, if poorly understood, can transform a confident, well well-trained soldier into an indecisive, ineffective individual with questionable ability to survive. Thus, every soldier must be aware of and be able to recognize those e stresses commonly associated with survival. Additionally, it is imperative that soldiers be aware of their reactions to the wide variety of stresses associated with survival. This chapter will identify and explain the nature of stress, the stresses of survival, ture and those internal reactions soldiers will naturally experience when faced with the stresses of a real realworld survival situation. The knowledge you, the soldier, gain from this chapter and other chapters in this manual, will prepare you to come through the ual, toughest times alive.
survival vest (see Appendix A for a description of these survival kits and their contents). If you are not an aviator, you will probably not have access to the survival vests or survival kits. However, if you know what these kits contain, it will help you to plan and to prepare your own survival kit. Even the smallest survival kit, if properly prepared, is invaluable when faced with a survival problem. Before making your survival kit, however, consider your unit's mission, the operational environment, and the equipment and vehicles assigned to your unit. SURVIVAL KITS The environment is the key to he the types of items you will need in your survival kit. How much equipment you put in your kit depends on how you will carry the kit. A kit carried on your body will have to be smaller than one carried in a vehicle. Always layer your survival kit, keeping the most important items on your body. For example, your map and compass should always be on your body. Carry less important items on your load-bearing equipment. bearing Place bulky items in the rucksack. t, In preparing your survival kit, select items you can use for more than one purpose. If you have two items that will serve the same function, pick the one you can use for another function. Do not duplicate items, as this increases your kit's size and weight. Your survival kit need not be elaborate. You need only functional items that will meet your needs and a case to hold the items. For the case, you might want to use a Band-Aid box, a first aid case, an ammunition pouch, Aid or another suitable case. This case should be; Water repellent or waterproof. • • • Easy to carry or attach to your body. Suitable to accept varisized components. Durable.
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Water purification tablets or drops. Fire starting equipment. Signalling items. Food procurement items. Shelter items. Some examples of these items are are-Lighter, metal match, waterproof matches. Snare wire. Signalling mirror. Wrist compass. Fish and snare line. Fishhooks. Candle. Small hand lens. Ox tetracycline tablets ( (diarrhoea or infection). Water purification tablets. Solar blanket. Surgical blades. Butterfly sutures. Condoms for water storage. Chap Stick. Needle and thread. Knife.
Include a weapon only if the situation so dictates. Read about and practice the survival techniques in this manual. Consider your unit's mission and the environment in which your unit will operate. Then prepare your survival kit.
In your survival kit, you should have; • First aid items. 8
L128A1 Combat Shotgun
Website: http://www.benelliusa.com/shotguns/benelli_m4.php ttp://www.benelliusa.com/shotguns/benelli_m4.php The M4 Super 90 is an Italian-developed and made developed semi-automatic shotgun manufactured by Benelli automatic Armi S.P.A.
The sights are military-style ghost ring and are adjustable in the style field using only a cartridge rim. The accessory rail on top allows use of both conventional and night night-vision sights, while retaining use of the original sights. Serviceability outed Also touted is the modular assembly basis of the weapon. It allows an operator to exchange the various assembly groups (barrel, buttstock, forearm, etc...) without tools. Especially useful in the field, the process is quick and allows the weapon to adapt to a changing tactical environment. Durability Preliminary testing of the M4 puts its reliability at the top of the scale. It can reliably function for at least 25,000 rounds without replacement of any major parts. The steel components of the weapon feature a mat black phosphated matte corrosion resistant finish while the aluminium parts are matte hard hard-anodized. These finishes reduce the weapon's visibility during night operations.
History On May 4, 1998, the U.S. Army Armaments Research, Development and Engineering Centre (ARDEC) at Picatinny Arsenal, NJ issued Solicitation #DAAE30-98-R-0401, requesting 0401, submissions for a new 12 gauge, semi-automatic combat shotgun automatic for the US Armed Services. In response to the request, Benelli Armi SpA of Urbino, Italy designed and built the Benelli M4 Super e 90 Combat Shotgun. On August 4, 1998, five samples of the M4 were delivered to Aberdeen Proving Ground, Maryland, and after intense testing, the M4 had beaten the competition. In early 1999, ARDEC awarded the M1014 Joint Service Combat S Shotgun contract to Heckler & Koch, USA subsidiary for importation of the Benelli M4 Combat Shotgun. The first units (count of 20,000) were delivered to the United States Marine Corps in 1999. During testing, the prototype was called the XM1014, but after a adoption, the 'X' was dropped, and the weapon was officially designated the M1014. Design The M4 was the first gas-operated shotgun produced by Benelli. operated Its function is designed around an entirely new method called the "auto regulating gas operated" (ARGO) system. The design uses two stainless-steel self-cleaning pistons located just ahead of the cleaning chamber to function opposite the rotating bolt, thereby eliminating the need for the complex mechanisms found on other gas-actuated automatics. lating It is also self-regulating for cartridges of varying length and power levels. It can fire 2.75 and 3-inch (76 mm) shells of differing inch power-levels without any operator adjustments and in any levels combination. Low-power rounds, such as less-lethal rubber lethal pellets, must be cycled manually.
The weapon requires little maintenance and operates in all climates and weather conditions. ons. Collapsible buttstock One of the potentially useful features of the M4 is the collapsible buttstock. The collapsible buttstock is functional on the M4 Model designated 11707 but will not collapse on the M1014. This is because the M1014 was manufactured before the assault weapon ban of '94 expired whereas the M11707 has been manufactured since the ban expired therefore not being subject to the terms under the ban. Collapsing the buttstock shortens the weapon by almost 8 inches, allowing easier storage and transportation; furthermore, it permits better manoeuvrability around tight corners and over obstacles. The M4 is also available with a fixed stock (pistol grip and semi-pistol grip styles are both available). pistol
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Top 3 – Books
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Rifles and submachine guns
Description; A magnificently illustrated compact directory of the most significant rifles and sub-machine guns used in twentieth machine twentiethcentury warfare. On of the C&S pages where it shows you how to strip down UZI, there is a page like that (but with different weapons) in every magazine!
Combat & Survival (20 Volume 1 different magazines) (1987)
ARMY APFT Changes to Benefit Redeploying GIs
Army Regulation 350-1 is being revised to give more Soldiers a chance to excel in Army training. Read More on: http://www.military.com/news/article/armynews/apft-changes-to-benefit-redeployinggis.html?col=1186032369115
Marines Marines Celebrate 234 Years of Service
Forty-two Marine Corps birthday balls will be celebrated on Okinawa this year. Nov. 10, 1775, the Marine Corps was established, and 234 years later the Marine Corps birthday ball is the biggest celebration in the Corps. Read More on: http://www.military.com/news/article/marinecorps-news/marines-celebrate-234-years-ofservice.html?col=1186032366495
NAVY Navy Commissions USS New York
USS New York (LPD 21), the fifth San Antonioclass amphibious transport dock, built with steel salvaged from the World Trade Center, was commissioned here in a ceremony held in the shadow of the city for which it is named. Read More on http://www.military.com/news/article/navynews/navy-commissions-uss-newyork.html?col=1186032311124
Injured Mariner Airlifted to Maine
Coast Guard rescue crews worked together to help an injured crewmember aboard a sailboat near Matinicus Island, Maine. Coast Guard Sector Northern New England was notified that a crewmember aboard the sailing vessel Shiela, which was headed to Nova Scotia, had sustained a possible spine injury and needed medical assistance. Read More on: http://www.military.com/news/article/coastguard-news/injured-mariner-airlifted-tomaine.html?col=1186032366581
Air Force Airmen Train Future Journalists
More than 85 students from Rhodes Middle School in San Antonio received a firsthand look at the story telling mission of the Defense Media Activity-San Antonio here. The tour was geared to spark interest in the Air Force and various media career paths to provide the sixth, seventh and eighth grade children an avenue of possibilities. Read More on: http://www.military.com/news/article/air-force-
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Pistolet ViS wz. 35
is (Polish designation pistolet wz. 35 Vis, German designation 9 mm Pistole 35(p), often called incorrectly Radom in English
sources) is a 9 mm caliber, single single-action, semi-automatic pistol. Originally designed by Piotr Wilniewczyc and Jan Skrzypiński in 1930 at the Fabryka Broni (Weapon Factory) in Radom under 930 Director Kazimierz Rawicz-Oldakowski, it was adopted in 1935 as Oldakowski, the standard handgun of the Polish Army. Considered by many to be one of the finest handguns ever produced, it is highly prized among collectors of firearms.
Hand-to-Hand Fighting Skills
Hand-to-hand combat is an engagement between two or more persons in an empty-handed struggle or with handheld weapons such as knives, sticks, and rifles with bayonets. These fighting arts are essential military skills. Projectile weapons may be lost or broken, or they may fail to fire. When friendly and enemy forces become so intermingled that firearms and grenades are not practical, hand-to-hand combat skills become vital assets. PURPOSE OF COMBATIVES TRAINING Today’s battlefield scenarios may require silent elimination of the enemy. Unarmed combat and expedient-weapons training should not be limited to forward units. With rapid mechanized/motorized, airborne, and air assault abilities, units throughout the battle area could be faced with close-quarter or unarmed fighting situations. With lowintensity conflict scenarios and guerrilla warfare conditions, any soldier is apt to face an unarmed confrontation with the enemy, and hand-tohand combative training can save lives. The many practical battlefield benefits of combative training are not its only advantage. It can also— a. Contribute to individual and unit strength, flexibility, balance, and cardiorespiratory fitness. b. Build courage, confidence, self-discipline, and esprit de corps. 1-2. BASIC PRINCIPLES
There are basic principles that the hand-tohand fighter must know and apply to successfully defeat an opponent. The principles mentioned are only a few of the basic guidelines that are essential knowledge for hand-to-hand combat. There are many others, which through years of study become intuitive to a highly skilled fighter. a. Physical Balance. Balance refers to the ability to maintain equilibrium and to remain in a stable, upright position. A hand-to-hand fighter must maintain his balance both to defend himself and to launch an effective attack. Without balance, the fighter has no stability with which to defend himself, nor does he have a base of power for an attack. The fighter must understand two aspects of balance in a struggle: (1) How to move his body to keep or regain his own balance. A fighter develops balance through experience, but usually he keeps his feet about shoulder-width apart and his knees flexed. He lowers his center of gravity to increase stability. (2) How to exploit weaknesses in his opponent's balance. Experience also gives the hand-to-hand fighter a sense of how to move his body in a fight to maintain his balance while exposing the enemy’s weak points. b. Mental Balance. The successful fighter must also maintain a mental balance. He must not allow fear or anger to overcome his ability to concentrate or to react instinctively in handto-hand combat. c. Position. Position refers to the location of the fighter (defender) in relation to his opponent. A vital principle when being attacked is for the defender to move his body to a safe position— that is, where the attack cannot continue unless the enemy moves his whole body. To position for a
counterattack, a fighter should move his whole body off the opponent’s line of attack. Then, the opponent has to change his position to continue the attack. It is usually safe to move off the line of attack at a 45-degree angle, either toward the opponent or away from him, whichever is appropriate. This position affords the fighter safety and allows him to exploit weaknesses in the enemy’s counterattack position. Movement to an advantageous position requires accurate timing and distance perception. d. Timing. A fighter must be able to perceive the best time to move to an advantageous position in an attack. If he moves too soon, the enemy will anticipate his movement and adjust the attack. If the fighter moves too late, the enemy will strike him. Similarly, the fighter must launch his attack or counterattack at the critical instant when the opponent is the most vulnerable. e. Distance. Distance is the relative distance between the positions of opponents. A fighter positions himself where distance is to his advantage. The hand-to-hand fighter must adjust his distance by changing position and developing attacks or counterattacks. He does this according to the range at which he and his opponent are engaged. (For a more detailed discussion of the concepts of distance and range, see Chapter 6.) f. Momentum. Momentum is the tendency of a body in motion to continue in the direction of motion unless acted on by another force. Body mass in motion develops momentum. The greater the body mass or speed of movement, the greater the momentum. Therefore, a fighter must understand the effects of this principle and apply it to his advantage. FM 21-120
(1) The fighter can use his opponent’s momentum to his advantage—that is, he can place the opponent in a vulnerable position by using his momentum against him. (a) The opponent’s balance can be taken away by using his own momentum. (b) The opponent can be forced to extend farther than he expected, causing him to stop and change his direction of motion to continue his attack. (c) An opponent’s momentum can be used to add power to a fighter’s own attack or counterattack by combining body masses in motion. (2) The fighter must be aware that the enemy can also take advantage of the principle of momentum. Therefore, the fighter must avoid placing himself in an awkward or vulnerable position, and he must not allow himself to extend too far. g. Leverage. A fighter uses leverage in handto-hand combat by using the natural movement of his body to place his opponent in a position of unnatural movement. The fighter uses his body or parts of his body to create a natural mechanical advantage over parts of the enemy’s body. He should never oppose the enemy in a direct test of strength; however, by using leverage, he can defeat a larger or stronger opponent.
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Electrons emitted from the tritium gas excite the phosphor coating inside each GTLS lamp to produce a continuous light that will typically last between 10 and 20 years.
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