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I hope this is just a camera op and our guys aren't doing this in the field.
Why not? Climbing trees to observe is perfectly logical and practical. I think this Hollywood movie perception of snipers is misleading. Out in the field, there are a lot of things done which don't make up the best of movie scenes but are needed for practicality and to get the job done.
 

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Why not? Climbing trees to observe is perfectly logical and practical. I think this Hollywood movie perception of snipers is misleading. Out in the field, there are a lot of things done which don't make up the best of movie scenes but are needed for practicality and to get the job done.

Observation is fine, but i don't think that is a suitable firing position. Snipers generally set up nests over trees where they can both observe and retain a decent zero.
 

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Apparently this is a picture of a Air Force Ground Combateer whom I met couple of years go. Found this photo of him dated April,2008 wearing a PVS-15 DTNVG using a skull crusher and IR Strobe on his arm.

I have question about this. For how long they have been using DTNVGs? Since when they inducted it?
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You know what sad thing about this? Special forces are still using single tube PVS-14S and much older PVS-7S.
 

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No.19 Squadron (Sherdils) pilots after the Pathankot strike.

Standing L-R:Arshad Choudhry,Sajjad Haider,Dilawar,Khalid. Sitting L-R:Abbas Khattak,M Akber,Mazhar Abbas,Ghani Akber.Four SJs.


Smiling from the cockpit is Late Arshad Sami Khan SJ,the man who flew the highest number of missions during 65.Another SJ.



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No.19 Squadron (Sherdils) pilots after the Pathankot strike.

Standing L-R:Arshad Choudhry,Sajjad Haider,Dilawar,Khalid. Sitting L-R:Abbas Khattak,M Akber,Mazhar Abbas,Ghani Akber.Four SJs.


Smiling from the cockpit is Late Arshad Sami Khan SJ,the man who flew the highest number of missions during 65.Another SJ.



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He is the father of the traitor Adnan Sami.I think he served as a diplomat also.
 

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Apparently this is a picture of a Air Force Ground Combateer whom I met couple of years go. Found this photo of him dated April,2008 wearing a PVS-15 DTNVG using a skull crusher and IR Strobe on his arm.

I have question about this. For how long they have been using DTNVGs? Since when they inducted it?

IMG_20200907_234804.jpg


You know what sad thing about this? Special forces are still using single tube PVS-14S and much older PVS-7S
 

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Apparently this is a picture of a Air Force Ground Combateer whom I met couple of years go. Found this photo of him dated April,2008 wearing a PVS-15 DTNVG using a skull crusher and IR Strobe on his arm.

I have question about this. For how long they have been using DTNVGs? Since when they inducted it?

IMG_20200907_234804.jpg


You know what sad thing about this? Special forces are still using single tube PVS-14S and much older PVS-7S

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FLIR Recon B2 FO

This we inducted almost 8 years ago.


Fully integrated multi-sensor dual channel day/night thermal bi-ocular with geo-location.

  • High resolution, large format 640×480 mid-wave InSb sensor (320 x 240 option) delivers unmatched range performance and image quality with built-in STACE™ technology that digitally sharpens, tunes and enhances contrast for exceptional image detail
  • Forward Observer (FO) version includes Color CCD video day channel.
  • Split screen display
  • Fast 2 field-of-view system with 10 and 2.5 degree fields of view and digital zoom
  • Internal Global Positioning System (GPS), Digital Magnetic Compass (DMC) and Laser Rangefinder (LRF)
  • User Selectable E-STAB improves operational effectiveness
  • Flexible remote control, power, and video options
  • Lightweight and rugged,MIL-STD-810-F qualified
 

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FLIR Recon B2 FO

This we inducted almost 8 years ago.


Fully integrated multi-sensor dual channel day/night thermal bi-ocular with geo-location.

  • High resolution, large format 640×480 mid-wave InSb sensor (320 x 240 option) delivers unmatched range performance and image quality with built-in STACE™ technology that digitally sharpens, tunes and enhances contrast for exceptional image detail
  • Forward Observer (FO) version includes Color CCD video day channel.
  • Split screen display
  • Fast 2 field-of-view system with 10 and 2.5 degree fields of view and digital zoom
  • Internal Global Positioning System (GPS), Digital Magnetic Compass (DMC) and Laser Rangefinder (LRF)
  • User Selectable E-STAB improves operational effectiveness
  • Flexible remote control, power, and video options
  • Lightweight and rugged,MIL-STD-810-F qualified
No, I am talking about Night Vision he is wearing...
 

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Injured soldier at a hospital bed visited by Field Marshal Ayub Khan.



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Soldiers keeping a watchful eye on Indian movement.


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Field Marshal Ayub Khan meeting with soldiers at the front line.


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Field Marshal Ayub Khan addressing troops at the front line.
 

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