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PostPosted: Thu Apr 30, 2009 3:25 pm 
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awsome post! thanks alot!

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 Post subject: Re: 75th Ranger RGT. US Army
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Notice how they all have Pmags...

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 Post subject: Re: 75th Ranger RGT. US Army
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Things I have noticed:
Pic1: Guy has routed antenna for MBITR - and likely another MBITR pouch on the other side (I see 2 antennas)
Also has a RLCS signal pouch, and ANVIS mount - that almost looks like it has been made to fit over a regular USGI one...
Any idea what that duct taped thing on the stock is?
Also has LBT foretrex pouch

3rd Pic: Notice guy on left has new Elcan sight - what is that on his back?


4th Pic: Notice one guy has a CLS bag hanging off a belt
Another guy has an ANVIS mount, a helmet cam - and 2x 100rd nutsack pouches on his back - breaching supplies maybe? Also what looks like a Paraclete GP below them
Guy in helicopter has CAT on left shoulder, Pmags in pouches

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That's some good shit right there.


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 Post subject: Re: 75th Ranger RGT. US Army
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Awesome images danne.

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 Post subject: Re: 75th Ranger RGT. US Army
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 Post subject: Re: 75th Ranger RGT. US Army
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danneskjold wrote:
3rd Pic: Notice guy on left has new Elcan sight - what is that on his back?


Looks like a stretcher to me. Similar to this http://www.ferno.com.au/Products/Emerge ... fault.aspx

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 Post subject: Re: 75th Ranger RGT. US Army
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1st pic, 2 MBITR cause Comtac dual comm. And look at the mic, I think it's the "new" modified ComTac for the 75th Btn, don't know how they call it.

ANVIS mount in the 75th RGR btn is not unusual.
I have a pic of a similar mount mod :

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This thread is turning legendary really fast. Thanks for all the Pics!

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Anyone know a good batch image uploader? I have a ton and I would rather not manually upload them one by one, and copy the links over one by one..

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You could do a album on photobucket and then post the link of the album


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 Post subject: Re: 75th Ranger RGT. US Army
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I talked to one of the guys in my platoon this week, and he told me that they were starting to phase in the PVS 15. Im not sure how much it is actually in use over the pvs 14 but he said he didn't like it for the following reason.

He said he was a demo guy, and it sucked having to lift it up so he could see what he was doing. He said having the pvs-14 was much easier to set stuff up with. So, I don't know if this really pertains to your needs but it is a interesting bit of information.

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 Post subject: Re: 75th Ranger RGT. US Army
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By the way, I've been researching what kind of sling is used by the guys in these pictures, I found it to be the Vtac padded sling, NSN 1005-01-534-4361. As for the lanyards, you can see the guy in the first pic has a shorter version (for the little birds), generally though I believe it to be the AWS lanyard, NSN 6530-01-515-7578. Seems the new SOP on these is Coyote? Also, anyone found any info on those new kneepads?

http://rangerrendezvous.soc.mil/Images/ ... 5H-164.jpg
http://rangerrendezvous.soc.mil/Images/ ... 5H-351.jpg

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 Post subject: Re: 75th Ranger RGT. US Army
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The tan Lanyard is the DBT Personal Retention Lanyard. It looks just like mine, only tan.

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