1.5 German Women per Man

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Re: 1.5 German Women per Man

Postby Bypah » Wed Oct 28, 2009 10:49 pm

olli, impressive equipmet you got there "mein herr"... :lol: I like that crew tent. As a big man it looks like a ten I can fit in :wink: :P .The inside of it loos spacious..... :mrgreen:
:?: Why do you need a permit to assemble that BGS tent? just curious... :roll:
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Re: 1.5 German Women per Man

Postby Stef » Thu Oct 29, 2009 3:03 am

ak70g2 wrote:Sorry to dissapoint you, cousin... Only me, in Flecktarn (dedication for our german friends) and beer...
no problem cousin, but it's true I was expecting a bigger crew and more ...in the "ak70g2 style" :wink:
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Re: 1.5 German Women per Man

Postby housil » Thu Oct 29, 2009 4:50 am

ak70g2 wrote:Sorry to dissapoint you, cousin... Only me, in Flecktarn (dedication for our german friends) and beer...


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Re: 1.5 German Women per Man

Postby housil » Thu Oct 29, 2009 6:02 am

Bypah wrote: :?: Why do you need a permit to assemble that BGS tent? just curious... :roll:


If do you want to errect a(ny) tent bigger than X m² for non private purpose (like we - the civial protection), you need a license that allows you to "assemble" the frame + cover. Also each tent needs a "tent book" where all inspection, etc. need to be registered.

What you do as a privat person behind your house in your garden - nobody cares... :wink:

Me on that training in 1996 :shock:

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We also got trained to set up a power plant with a generator, a field kitchen, a dump, sanitation etc all for in case of a disaster like the flood I was in 2002


Field kitchen where we got food
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"Emergency room" at our field hospital at terminal of Airport Dresden we "occupied"
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150 bed field hospital where they brought the evacuated patients from the flooded hospitals of Dresden
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Med. units and approaching Antonov at the Airport Dresden (at hill top)
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A platoon of ambulances is moving patiens from the field hospital (terminal) on the airfield to the medevac planes
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of German Army (Heer) and Air Force (Luftwaffe) to be spread into hospitals all over Germany

Mobile field kitchen trailer under tent at field hospital to feed med crew and patiens
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Me (short pants) briefing my EMS crews for night shift
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Me at night rest between two ambulances
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(who ever that pic made... :evil: )

After the flood...
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Re: 1.5 German Women per Man

Postby DangerousDave » Mon Nov 02, 2009 9:26 pm

I ordered the Cabela's Outback Lodge 10X10. Going to the Blue Ridge mountains, on a hunting trip, in a couple weeks. I'll try to get a pic, with a couple Ladies, but they don't hunt. It's their job to drag, dress and cook the meat. :P
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Re: 1.5 German Women per Man

Postby norge » Tue Nov 03, 2009 6:34 am

here is my tent,10 men arctic tent with multifuel stove.
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have a bunc of other civilian tent to that we use when hiking.
the 10 men tent is more a base camp tent for us :D

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