visual-ity: Lions are fed frozen blood during the heatwave in Melbourne aka the most metal popsicle \m/
Only one day away from the action and I already miss it…💔💔💔 @uterbeick @thesaurussell #mgcrew #nord #beastmode #turndownforwhat (at Camp Roberts, California)
The immense 50mm cannon of the Me 262 A1a/U4. The intention was to create an anti-bomber aircraft that could take its prey down with a single shot. Only two examples were built.
militaryarmament: A combat diver “Kampfschwimmer” of the German special naval forces pictured during a presentation by the German army in Eckernfoerde, Schleswig-Holstein, April 5, 2014.
5sswiking: By the end of 1941, the Leibstandarte Division had travelled 1600km (1000 miles) in just over four months. However, though it went to capture Rostov-on-Don, its overstretched supply lines coupled with Soviet resistance and continuously counter-attacks meant the city had to be relinquished. For Leibstandarte a long, hard winter defensive engagements in the area of Donets Basin was ahead. Here an officer with a 6x30 Sf.14Z Scherenfernrohr (scissor periscope) obeserves the enemy from a trench.
SS-Obersturmführer Gerhard Bremer seen here during the winter of 1941/42 on the defensive position in the area of Donets Basin. He received the Knight’s Cross for outstanding leadership during the initial phase of the Operation Barbarossa with Leibstandarte Division. His shoulder straps have the embroidered “LAH” cypher, and the machine-embroidered pattern of cuffband is worn.