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 on: 26 June 2021, 08:01:40 
Started by stoffel - Last post by stoffel
And again.... another attack.
And yes its again a man from the religion of peace.

Wurzburg, Germany.

A man enters a store and asks where the knives are located.
He picks a large one and attacks the people in the store.
Among them a little boy(!)
His father and two other people died, several people are injured.
Others in the area where arming themselves with chairs and everything they can hit with, at that moment police arrived.
The perp was shot in the leg and arrest, a 24 years old Somalian.
And again this guy was supposed to be under psychiatric control.

It looks like now Corona bans are gone the terrorists are back, how long before something is done against them?

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 on: 21 May 2021, 17:29:05 
Started by stoffel - Last post by stoffel
 A Syrian "refugee" is sentenced to life in prison in Germany for murder.
The 21 year old man attacked an elderly gay couple, killing one of them and injuring the other.
At first the investigation team thought that the attack was a robbery.
But when the man was seen as a suspect and got detained police soon found out het was a Daesh syphatizer.

 According to the German justice department the man was a homofobian radical islamic terrrorist.
 He "fled" to Germany in 2015.

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 on: 26 April 2021, 17:31:50 
Started by stoffel - Last post by stoffel

French prosecutors opened a terror inquiry Friday after a police employee was stabbed to death at a station southwest of Paris by a suspected Islamist extremist from Tunisia. The man was then shot dead by other officers.
Three people have been detained in connection with the attack.
Meanwhile in an official reaction president Macron said France would never give in to "Islamist terrorism" after the attack in Rambouillet, a tranquil commuter town about 60 kilometres (40 miles) from Paris, which revived the trauma of a spate of deadly attacks last year.
France's national anti-terrorism prosecutors said they had opened a terror investigation, also involving the DGSI domestic intelligence service, into the murder of a person holding public authority. Three people from the suspect's "entourage" were detained on Friday, according to a judicial source.
A source close to the inquiry told the attacker shouted the wellknown and infamous "Allahu Akbar" during the attack.
Chief anti-terror prosecutor Jean-François Ricard, who spoke outside the station along with Prime Minister Jean Castex, confirmed that "comments made by the assailant" indicated a terror motive, without giving further details.

'By her side'

The attack took place in the secure entrance area of the station at around 2:20pm (1220 GMT), a police source added.
The 49-year-old woman, an administrative assistant and mother of two who was returning from a lunch break, was stabbed in the throat twice and died of her wounds shortly afterwards.
The attacker, 36, was fatally wounded when an officer opened fire on him.
He arrived in France illegally in 2009 but had since obtained residency papers, a police source said, adding that he was unknown to security services. He had just moved to Rambouillet.
About 30 police officers wearing balaclavas raided the suspect's home in Rambouillet on Friday evening, AFP reporters at the scene said.
Police also searched the home of the person who sheltered the assailant when he first arrived in France, sources close to the inquiry said.
Macron vowed on Twitter that "in our fight against Islamist terrorism, we will never give in," identifying the murdered woman as Stéphanie.
"The nation is by the side of her family, her colleagues and security forces," he said.
Interior Minister Gérald Darmanin, who also visited officers in Rambouillet, said security would be stepped up at stations nationwide.





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 on: 4 March 2021, 15:48:29 
Started by stoffel - Last post by stoffel
 Vetlanda, Sweden

Seven people were wounded, three of them life threatening by a terrorist.
The purp attacked people at 5 different places using an axe and a knife.
Police officers shot the man and took him into custody.
The Afghan (27) came to sweden 3 years ago and has a refugee status.
The man was known to the police for all kinds of criminal activities.

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 on: 22 January 2021, 13:50:04 
Started by stoffel - Last post by stoffel
Today the secretary of defence announced a midlife upgrade for the CV90 tracked IFV in use by the Dutch army.
The total cost is estimated at 660 million euros.

The update contains:
- New missile defense shields, that detect and attack incoming missiles.
- A thermal sight for the driver.
- Spike AT missile defense.
- New rangefinders and sights for the gun and the Spike.
- New IT infrastructure and a new battlefield management system.

BAE Systems Hägglunds (BSH) asked more money for the project, several items have therefore be cancelled, among them new camouflage.
Not all vehicles get the  MLU, only 122 of the available 141.

First deleiveries start in 2024 with the las vehicle deliverd in 2026.

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 on: 16 December 2020, 16:03:15 
Started by stoffel - Last post by stoffel
All military personel involved in combat roles will receive new personal communication sets.
This new system, PNR-1000 enables a secure communications platforn at the squad and platoon level.
The commanders are issued an additional tablet (Raptor) to share digital data.
Procurement of this new sets falls under the VOSS project (enhanced operational soldier system)
The sets are made by the Israeli based Elbit company.
According to the director projects for the combined armed forces (commander Kreiter) the men have one of the best available systems in the world today.

The director also signed a contract for 4300 new night vision goggles. (thermal sight)
These goggles can be attached to the new combat helmet.



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 on: 6 December 2020, 10:54:43 
Started by TechAdmin - Last post by TechAdmin
...nice article, in .pdf format for download: https://www.academia.edu/14308909/A_Sword_of_Damocles_The_Role_of_History_in_the_Life_and_Career_of_Helmuth_von_Moltke

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 on: 25 November 2020, 14:29:22 
Started by stoffel - Last post by stoffel
Today a woman aged 28 attacked and wounded two people with a knife in a store at the Swiss town Lugano.
One of the victims is hurt badly and taken to hospital.

According to the police the woman had a terrorist motive.
The woman had a criminal record and is a known suspect in an ungoing terror investigation.
She is a Daesh sympathizer.



   
       
                                       
 
                                       
           

 


   

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 on: 18 November 2020, 11:01:12 
Started by stoffel - Last post by stoffel
Rijssen, Rotterdam area.

Police made an arrest after on behalf of the OM.
The man aged 44, Syrian "refugee" came to our country a few years ago.
He was a leader of the Ahrar al Sham terrorist faction.
He was responsible for the groups finance.
His house was searched, police took pc's and other electronic devices.
Ahrar al Sham has been on the terror list since 2019.



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 on: 6 November 2020, 12:10:33 
Started by stoffel - Last post by stoffel
I got a link from rattler regarding this website.

Very interesting site with many well written articles about various military topics.
Movement, camouflage, vehicles, tactics and much more!

Go to http://www.allworldwars.com/index.htm

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