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Bit OT but I thought you lads might like it, the next Battlefield game , 2042, has a map in India, set in the Alang ship breaking yards and one of the main playable specialist characters is a former MARCOS, "Navin Rao"

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Anybody any documented details 9n the duration and ammunition expenditure for training a sniper in GREEN BERET, SAS& SEALS?? Thanks
$500,000 back in 2009, to train a SEAL, not sure about snipers in particular though.
 

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$500,000 back in 2009, to train a SEAL, not sure about snipers in particular though.
Today a dollar equal to 74 Rupees
3 crore 70 lakh
 

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Best for NSG
The rattler would-
1- Add another calibre to complicate our logistics further (300 Blk)

2- Give near about 1500 FPS for 150 grain bullet. Comparitively, 960 Rowland (an overpressured 9mm) with 147 grains can go at 1400 FPS out of a 4 inch barrel.

3- Is an overcomplicated weapon to clean and maintain compared to, say, a heavy bolt straight blowback 9mm SMG with a lot of parts to break or mess up.

4- The slower burning powder in the 300 blk will burn your nose hair, blind your teammates and probably give some concussion to everyone around you. This is substantially reduced in specialised 300 blk ammo but it's still a rifle round coming out of a barrel less than my erect d... Erhm. Ahem...
 

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"We need help": Current and former Navy SEALs say fame has undercut their mission


Words of Eric Deming – one of the SEALs who spoke out in the interview.
'' As you all know, there have been significant issues in the SEAL Teams for the past 10+ years which continue to this day. While most of us silent professionals assumed the exploiters, profiteers, loud-mouths, and narcissists would fall on their swords, they have actually gained power. They now have too much influence over too many SEAL careers, BUD/S prospects, politics in America and society. How could we have let the worst of the Teams represent us? Most of the ones in the media, writing books, and doing podcasts were some of the worst performers when active. Some of them were among the few the Navy actually pushed out for not being quiet professionals, or for poor ethics and criminal activity. Unfortunately, the Navy didn’t push out enough of the bad SEALs, and were unable to stop the ones they did push out from profiting off their time in the SEALs. The SEAL leadership is trying to say they are pivoting or evolving, but the ones saying this were silent as the Teams devolved into the situation we are in now -and some of them actively participated in this downfall. While our SEAL name continues to be drug through the mud from these corrupted SEALs.

These “turds,” as we call them in the Teams, have misled the American public. They have lied and embellished their time in the Teams and used the deaths of their Teammates to monetize it. Many have a big following on social media; some are paid by major news shows; others are writing books in which they lie; and still others are paid as guest speakers to talk about medals they didn’t earn, and teach about SEAL attributes they lack. The only reason I openly came out in the media, is because this is the battlespace where these turds operate. I’m not writing or pushing a book. I have not profited in any way from this. I’m trying to get the attention of Big Navy, Congress, investigators reporters and letting you, my fellow Americans, know the truth. I do not like having to air our laundry out in the public domain. But many of us have tried to report these wrong doings internally with no impact. Unfortunately, this criminal element within the Teams has been able to silence legitimate investigations while the problem SEALs get moved and are not held accountable, and most get promoted and get medals. They maintain control by attacking the good SEALs, other Special Forces, and support personnel who stand up to report the wrongdoing, while those who stand up for what is right see their careers and reputations sabotaged for speaking against these criminal SEAL elements.''
 

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I know that I mean things we don't have like suppressor , anpeq 16 , sights
We do have suppressors but in limited numbers and they are quite old ones that are long and unwieldy and are limited to taking out sentries if I’m not wrong. We do have a good number of AN PEQ 2s that came with the M4s through FMS of SOPMOD Block 1 to PARA SF and few AN PEQ 15s have been seen, but they are of no use if there is a shortage of NODs.
 

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I guess they might've stumbled upon this thread and made calculations of what we will look like in next 20 years by using various conclusions we've made😥
 

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