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  • The Finnish Army (Finnish: Maavoimat, Swedish: Armen) is the land forces branch of the Finnish Defence Forces. Today's Army is divided into six branches: the infantry (which includes armoured units), field artillery, anti-aircraft artillery, engineers, signals, and materiel troops.

  • The necessary items for a particular purpose

  • A tool is a device that can be used to produce or achieve something, but that is not consumed in the process. Colloquially a tool can also be a procedure or process used for a specific purpose.

  • The process of supplying someone or something with such necessary items

  • The act of equipping, or the state of being equipped, as for a voyage or expedition; Whatever is used in equipping; necessaries for an expedition or voyage; the collective designation for the articles comprising an outfit; equipage; as, a railroad equipment (locomotives, cars, etc.

  • Mental resources

  • an instrumentality needed for an undertaking or to perform a service

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Finland at War 1939 - 45 (Elite)

Finland at War 1939 - 45 (Elite)

Osprey's examination of Finland's involvement in World War II (1939-1945). Finland's fight to defend her independence earned this tiny nation of just 3 million people a distinct place in history. Invaded by Stalin before World War II, Finland held out for months and inflicted huge losses on the invaders, but she was eventually crushed by the weight of Soviet numbers. When Germany invaded the USSR in 1941 the Finns fought alongside the Wehrmacht on the northern Russian Front, with great skill and courage in an attempt to regain their lost territories. When the German armies were forced to retreat in 1944, Finland managed to conclude a separate peace with the USSR – uniquely, without being forced to accept renewed Russian occupation. This book details the organisation, uniforms and equipment of this remarkable force.

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Swiss Army – Snipers

Swiss Army – Snipers

Les photos se suivent dans cette ordre : en premier le materiel, l’armement puis les tiflu ( tireur fusil a lunette), ensuite les snipers de l’infanterie avec les fusiliers et les grenadiers, et pour finir les militaires professionnels de la PM et du DRA 10.

Les differentes fonctions dans l’Armee Suisse:
Le Tiflu (tireur fusil a lunette) est arme du Fass 90 avec l’ancienne lunette Kern 4x. Actuellement, ils sont repartis directement dans les groupes de combat (la patrouille d’exploration en a deux par exemple).
Tireur d’elite (TE) cette specialite est presente seulement dans l’infanterie pour les formations de milice (fus et gren). Pour les fusiliers, ils sont recrutes parmi les meilleurs Tiflu sont envoyes a Isone suivre un cours special de 6 semaines. Ils sont armes du fusil finlandais Sako TRG 42 de 8,6 mm. Il y a une section de TE dans chaque bat fus, dans la compagnie d’appui. Outre ces formations de milices, il est bien evident que les formation professionnel de l’Armee comme la Securite Militaire ou le DRA 10 se forme sur cette arme.
Tireur de precision, ce sont essentiellement les grens qui font 4 semaines de plus (que le 6 pour les TE ) afin d’etre formes sur une deuxieme arme, le fusil francais PGM Hecate II en 12,7 mm. Ce fusil est employe dans l’Armee Suisse uniquement a un usage anti vehicule ou materiel.

Google translation so sorry for it being a bit mangled

The various functions in the Swiss Army:

The Texture (sniper rifle with scope) is armed with the Fass 90 with the old Kern 4x scope. Currently, they are distributed directly into combat groups (the patrol has two exploration for example).

Sharpshooter (TE) that specialty is only present in the infantry for training of militia (and was gren). For the rifle, they are recruited among the best are sent to Texture Isone follow a special course of six weeks. They are armed with rifles Finnish Sako TRG 42 of 8.6 mm. There is a section in each TE was defeated in the support company. In addition to these training militias, it is obvious that the professional training of the Army as the Military or RAD 10 is formed on the weapon.

Marksman, it is essentially the Grenadier with 4 more weeks (6 for the TE) of training with on a second weapon, the French rifle PGM Hecate II 12.7mm. This rifle is used in the Swiss Army use only on anti vehicle or equipment missions.

SRPI Puteaux (Finnish Army) 8X24 (View 1/2)

SRPI Puteaux  (Finnish Army) 8X24 (View 1/2)

Manufacturer/Model: SRPI Puteaux (Finnish Army) 8X24
Field of View: estimate 6.5 deg = 112 yds/1,000 yds; APFOV 52 deg
Weight: 575 gr.
Exit Pupil: 3 mm
Serial #/Year of Manufacture: No serial number evident = Probably 1920’s – 1930’s
Notes: SRPI = Societe de Recherche et de Perfectionnments Industriels; SA = Suomen Armeija (Finnish Army); PVT = Puolustusvoimien Teollisuus (Ministry of Defence). This type binocular was reportedly used by Finnish forces during World War II, but the extent of its use by Finnish forces is unknown. It is the only example of this type I have seen, and even Finnish militaria collectors state it is rare and lack information about it. It is reported that before WW II the Finnish army purchased much equipment from different European army surplus warehouses which was old, inexpensive but serviceable. This curious looking binocular bearing a resemblance to the Ross No. 6 Mk I 4X24 seems an unsuitable military binocular particularly because its 8X24 configuration has a 3 mm exit pupil which will not give optimal viewing in low light conditions. True, the binocular is reasonably lightweight and weatherproof but no more so than many of the 6X30 types which were at that time the standard infantry binocular of most major powers. Moreover, any improvement in light transmission conferred by its Porro II system is negatively offset by the small exit pupil. It is also unusual that the binocular lacks any sort of texturized covering, its one-piece objective tubes and chassis appearing to be anodized aluminum - see View 2/2. Lack of wide angle oculars suggests manufacture in 1920’s rather than later. In spite of its military shortcomings, it is optically good giving an extremely sharp and crisp view. Moreover, the image stays sharp almost to the very edge of field and is also quite bright for uncoated optics. This effect may, in part at least, be caused by the closely spaced barrels which increase the perception of detail while decreasing the plasticity of view. This is the smallest Porro II binocular I have ever seen.

finnish army equipment

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US Army, Technical Manual, TM 5-4320-308-23P, PUMPING ASSEMBLY, FLAMMABLE LIQUID, BULK TRANSFE 50 GPM, CENTRIFUGAL, DIESEL ENGINE DRIVEN, (NSN 4320-01-171-9726, military manauals, special forces, military manuals on dvd, military manuals on cd

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US Army, Technical Manual, TM 5-4320-308-23P, PUMPING ASSEMBLY, FLAMMABLE LIQUID, BULK TRANSFE 50 GPM, CENTRIFUGAL, DIESEL ENGINE DRIVEN, (NSN 4320-01-171-9726, military manauals, special forces, military manuals on dvd, military manuals on cd

Note: The Kindle edition of this book does not include any CDs or DVDs.

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