PLA border troops patrolling at an altitude of 6000m

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    A team of PLA border troops patrolling at an altitude of 6000 meters
     
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    Can anyone point out what wrong they are doing in this photoshoot.
     
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    Holding hands... how cute! :yey:

    If more than one feels sleepy, they are going to fight for that pillow! :tsk:
     
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    Yea, what is the blue pillow for?
    The most cheesy propaganda pictures I have seen for some time, it looks like the stuff West/East came out with during the Cold War. They did not have a pillow, however;-)
     
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    i think air pillow is for frozen lake in case they are drown in ice cold water, but funny part is the hand chain they made.
     
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    :lawl:type 95 (son of famas and m16):troll:
     
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    look this is how our soldiers do patrolling in similar area.

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    Plus PLA cama will show them against white backgrounds from miles.
     
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    look this is how our soldiers do patrolling in similar area.

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    Plus PLA cama will show them against white backgrounds from miles.
     
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    no water or suppliers, not even rope. Surely they are not as professionals as they want world to believe.
     
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    some basics here:
    1. the blue "pillow" is an oxygen supply, they are patrolling over 6000m.
    2. it is a combat formation, not a camping tour for amateur climbers, ropes will make them victim of any enemy fire, the medic has emergency rope in his backpack.
    3. it is a common practice, your border soldiers too, to skip bringing any portable water when they are out, because you are walking on the world third largest "purified" water land. This photo is for show though, because they used to use high pressure heater to boil them, but it looks like they are camping....
    4.I will skip the critics on your border patrol, since anything true will spark fire
     
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    Well, let me point out some evident shortcomings, if it sparks fire, you can delete.
    1. I don't see the radio antenna drawn out from any backpack for this five member team, this means your field communication remains a big problem. I don't even think they are equipped with a mobile station. even they do, they will still need to spend time to get the station ready when needed, during this time, he can be shot three times. While PLA team is not only radio ready but beidou ready as well, if they need to keep absolute quite, they can send coded short messages via beidou to anywhere in the world.
    2. These soldiers are not very well trained in high altitude field, see PLA soldiers did not wear gloves expect the banner bearer, because it may looked cold outside, but the temperature is not that low and gloves can very well be stuck in the trigger. Indian soldiers has to keep warm by wearing something that may claim their lives. Indian soldier wear non anti-glare sun glasses, this is the fatal mistake, almost a "shoot me " sign for any sniper, it will give out their position by intense reflection. PLA soldier did not wear sun glasses, they were trained to adopt the environment. This being said, the blue oxygen bag is silly too, but it can very well be covered by a camouflage case when needed, anyway, PLA dispatches are on 6000 m yours far below.
    3.See how this INSAS rifle give out the flare? and compare it with the silent dark coat of 95, you will find the difference of China's and India's industry level in details.
    4.I don't understand the combination of winter camouflage and all the flashy/shinning features either, if they are out for a hidden
    assault mission, they should make themselves disappear in the snow, but apparently they are on a patrol, what is that white camou for?
     
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    what makes you think that our rifle reflect it in Dark ?
     
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    Above image was of BSF facility, not Industrial unit, they treat the weapon on which has scratches and paint chip off . This shows that all INSAS underwent phosphating processes.
     
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    looks like neither, you, nor your PLA soldiers are aware about snow blindness. What our soldiers are wearing is color glasses so that they will not suffer snow blindness.

     
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    haha, BBQ gun, india style
     
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    what is BBQ gun ?
     
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    and the coating gone away so easily even your special patrol teams have to suffer from it.
    you just tell it from your own picture.
     
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    Yeah, that is to say they are not very well trained to adopt enviroment. they have to wear these glasses. and your government put their lives in danger by not
    offering them real snow-glasses but regular gaggles. it reflects!
    did you see any of your north nomads wear any glasses?
     

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