Fb2 Support Weapons and Combat Equipment (The Encyclopaedia of Armament Technology) ePub
by Octavio Diez
|Publisher:||Lema Pub (December 1, 2002)|
|Fb2 eBook:||1491 kb|
|ePub eBook:||1710 kb|
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This series provides up-to-date information on the latest arms that foot soldiers carry into battle
Published December 2002 by LEMA Publications. 1. x . inches.
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This is a list of historical pre-modern weapons grouped according to their uses, with rough classes set aside for very similar weapons. Some weapons may fit more than one category (. the spear may be used either as a pole weapon or as a projectile), and the earliest gunpowder weapons which fit within the period are also included. Single-handed weapons not resembling a straight dagger blade, usually wielded without wrist action; often protects the forearm. Bagh naka, tiger claws (Indian).
Sniper Weapon System. United States Head protection is provided by the Advanced Combat Helmet and Modular Integrated Communications Helmet, which are being replaced in deployed units by th. . United States Aircraft. Head protection is provided by the Advanced Combat Helmet and Modular Integrated Communications Helmet, which are being replaced in deployed units by the Enhanced Combat Helmet. Modular sleep system.
Combat service support forces provide administrative and technical (logistical) services to ensure that the combat and combat support forces are adequately manned, armed, fed, fueled, maintained, and moved as required. The basic and special branches of the army are aligned with the three functional categories. The combat arms (branches) are Infantry, Armor, Artillery, Air Defense Artillery, Aviation, and Special Forces. The combat support branches include the Corps of Engineers, the Military Intelligence Corps, the Chemical Corps, and the Signal Corps.
chemical weapons casualtiesEssential to survival after exposure to chemical weapons on the battlefield are portable decontamination chambers, proper medicine, and trained personnel. Well-equipped troops are supplied with hypodermic needles filled with antidotes to be administered in the event of toxic poisoning from nerve agents.
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The heavy equipment and weaponry of the Hellenic Army is of mostly foreign manufacture, from German, French, American, British suppliers. A notable exception is the Leonidas armored fighting vehicle which is built in Greece by the Hellenic Vehicle Industry. Russian made equipment was received or purchased after the collapse of the Warsaw Pact and second hand US and German equipment was transferred or purchased.
The advent of the tank in World War I meant an immediate need for heavier weapons for ground soldiers. The most famous light and medium infantry weapons are detailed here, covering the different types of rocket launchers, grenade launchers, and mortars. Also examined are the logistical aspects of the combatant-especially uniforms, protection, and aquatic equipment.