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The operator on the extreme left looks to be from a different country. I can see a USSOF guy on the extreme right.
This was the last time SSGN got to train with Navy Seals (somewhere around 2014-16). Pakis always flaunt this picture as some sort of an achievement, forgetting that was the last time they got to train with US SOF.

Sad is the life of a Pakistani.
 

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Not that I'm nitpicking or anything
But who takes range EarPros for actual combat!

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Why is he having ear pro off his ears especially when he needs it the most when he’s shooting.
It’s like shooting in the dark using EOTech 512 with the AN/GPNVG-18 when you have a AN/PEQ-15.
 

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ACOG means nothing now. Some soldiers from 6 para airborne also have them on their sigs this only means para sf also have them in numbers unknown
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Seeing pics like this of Sigs with a multitude of sights and accessories like this and the proliferation of FAB mods for AKs makes me believe that unit commanders after Pulwama, Balakot and the Ladakh clashes have been given freedom to purchase stuff like this using the financial powers given to them. Hence wouldn’t surpr me if Para units may have purchased few ACOGs.
 

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