Via Google Translate:
In the Chelyabinsk military brought “warm weather”
In connection with the cooling of caring the military brought to Chelyabinsk whole body “warm weather.” The information published on the portal picabu.
In fact, the military truck was taken to the runway a huge load, shaped like a small “sun”, painted by a child or cartoon flowers Sunflower. It is not known what kind of load, but most likely in the photo shows the nozzle for cleaning of road transport. Why are engaged in military delivery is unknown. Just do not understand why it is necessary to deliver the goods to the first runway truck after dump on the road, and after apparently uploaded to military aircraft.
The portal pikabu photo caused a lot of comments and jokes related to the “delivery to the warm weather.”
[Source: USNI newsletter.]
Yeah, it’s a photoshop from somewhere, but it made me smile.
With tensions at an all time high in Afghanistan following the Koran burnings, the urination video, and the killing of 16 civilians, attention is now falling on a long line of “Infidel” apparel and gear.
Exhausted from how they feel they’re being perceived, troops have taken to wearing patches and carrying items that label themselves infidels, and offer translation in local dialect.
In the Muslim world an infidel means literally “one without faith” who rejects the central teachings of Islam.
Military.com tracked down Clayton Montgomery at Mil-Spec Monkey, a large online seller of infidel gear, who says his most popular item by far is the “Pork Eating Crusader Patch.”
[Update: For those interested in reading an assessment of the situation in Afghanistan, Pete Hegseth, emailing from Kabul in January 2012, has some interesting (and disturbing) observations.
Pete Hegseth, founder of Vets For Freedom, is now posted to Afghanistan, where he has been training Afghans as well as American and coalition troops. His reports on the situation there are as knowledgeable as any you can find. Here is his final dispatch — long but worth reading through to the end.
Read the whole thing here: http://www.powerlineblog.com/archives/2012/01/endgame-in-afghanistan.php