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Known to USSOCOM (United States Special Operations Command) as the Mark 23, Mod 0. It is the pistol of choice for U.S. Special Forces. It uses .45 ACP (automatic colt pistol, for those of you not in the know). It also comes with a Knights flash and sound supressor and a laser aiming module. It has a 150mm barrel(5.9 inches) and is capable of match-grade accuracy. It is not very popular with Special Forces, being that it is very large, rivaling a Desert Eagle in size.
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A variant of the OH-6 Cayuse. It's a small and manueverable helicopter used by the Army's 160th Special Operations Air Regiment. It can be fitted with two "benches" on the outside to carry two people on each. It is the small helicopter in Blackhawk Down.
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A carbine version of the M16A2 assault rifle. It is a true carbine, being that is has a shortened barrel and a collapsable stock. Very popular with SWAT teams and Special Forces because of its light weight and customizability. Attachments include scopes, grenade launchers and laser aiming modules.
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Napoleonic era. A type of light cavalry unit that was armed with a lance. They were used to harass retreating troops. Lances had been retired, but after a group of Polish lancers defeated an entire group of British forces, many countries brought the lance back in. Some countries, like Prussia, had Uhlans, which are the same thing.
by Galloping Ghost June 7, 2005
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Material that is actually nylon streched very thin, which makes it much tougher. Used in everything from bullet-proof vests to gun stocks.
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Missile produced by the Soviet Union. It was made famous by the Gulf War, not because it hit some targets, but because of how many it missed. It is completely unguided.
by Galloping Ghost June 6, 2005