Wij roepen jullie een laatste maal op om morgen te gaan protesteren in Brussel tegen het migratiepact van Marrakesh . Blijf ten allen tijde vreedzaam , respecteer voorstanders van het pact en doe geen racistische uitspraken . Dat is gewoonweg niet waar Vlaanderen voor staat . Wij hebben duidelijke waarden en normen , die we morgen eindelijk kunnen laten zien ! Laat je stem horen aan de regering Michel en lang leve de Vlaamse Unie ! #vlaanderen#nva#vlaamsbelang#brussel#migratie
The M60, officially the United States Machine Gun, Caliber 7.62 mm, M60, is a family of American general-purpose machine guns firing 7.62×51mm NATO cartridges from a disintegrating belt of M13 links. There are several types of ammunition approved for use in the M60, including ball, tracer, and armor-piercing rounds.
The design drew on many common concepts in firearms manufacture of the period, such as stamped sheet metal construction, belt feed (a modified mechanism for belt feed from the MG42), quick barrel replacement, a pistol grip and stock, and a Semi bullpup design similar to the FG 42 (much of the action occupies the weapon's stock). The M60's operating system of an operating rod turning a rotating bolt was inspired by the FG 42, which was based on the much earlier Lewis Gun.
The M60 was even constructed with a secondary assisting firing pin spring that is used in the FG 42 in semi-automatic mode even though it is actually unnecessary in the M60, which operates only in full automatic mode. The M60's gas operation is unique, and drew on technical advances of the period, particularly the White "gas expansion and cutoff" principle also exploited by the M14 rifle. The M60's gas system was simpler than other gas systems and easier to clean.
- "T52E3 – An M60 Prototype". March 14, 2012.
- The M60. Federation of American Scientists.
- "Modern Firearms – M60". Retrieved March 6, 2012.
- Norman Polmar (January 15, 2005). The Naval Institute guide to the ships and aircraft of the U.S. fleet. Naval Institute Press. p. 500. ————————
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🤹♂️🎠🎪 .. Mañana los esperamos hasta la media noche 🌙 .. En #nva podrán encontrar el regalo perfecto para esta #navidad 🥂🍾🎄 .
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The “Großer Wachaufzug” ceremony was a astonishing event that would take place regularly in East Germany to help honor the victims of WW2 who were located in the Prussian “Neue Wache” building, the East Germans saw them as victims of fascism and militarism and would always refer to them as such during these events. This event would essentially be a glorified changing of the guard ceremony with both a Music Corp and Infantry to accompany the Guards. Even with the fall of the Berlin Wall these ceremonies would continue in East Germany well up until the 1990s and the collapse of the DDR! In this video the soldiers march towards the Neue Wache building while playing the “Syvianer Marsch”. They soon arrive to the building and change the guards, after which the Soviet song “Brüder zur Sonne, zur Freiheit” is played to honor the victims who lie upon them. The soldiers then march away from the “Neue Wache” building to the tune of the wonderful Yorckscher Marsch! It is also nice to see the amazing colored close ups of the Ceremonial dark collar uniforms which are made out of a gabardine material rather than wool as well as all collars of the uniform are piped white regards of rank. The Prussian tradition displayed by the East Germans is also a nice addition as always! Over all a Very nice piece of history as well as a great inspiration for our very own music Corp! —————————————————————————Current Members:
@jon.the.collector (Drum Major)
@brian.the.snowman ———————————————————————————-: #ddr#eastgermany#eastberlin#germany#germany 🇩🇪 #deutschland#gdr#berlin#berlinwall#communism#coldwar#nva#eastgerman#soldaten#ironcurtain#military#unitedwarfronts#army#soldier#soldat#soldaten#armee#easternbloc#warsawpact#germansoldier#ostdeutschland#soviet#sovietunion#neuewache#musikkorps