The Funniest Moments from the Military All Over the World
Thinking of military, weapons and wars, we usually imagine serious, life-threatening conditions, pain, hurt and danger. All the more precious then, are the rare moments of humour and even hilarity - during the drill, in the field, and even in combat. This is a long-overdue celebration of life's lighter side in the middle of these harsh realities.
This is actually the monument to Soviet WW2 Army in Prague (a part of the old Soviet T-34 tank). Interesting thoughts come to mind...
Who knew? - apparently, Soviet spies came very close to taking out Hitler... if only Adolf would not turn around at this very moment:
Magneto makes his move:
What's this with throwing rifles in the air? -
More emotional discharge:
... and a total embarrassment:
Police Riding in Style
We saw some totally weird and tricked-out police cars in the previous parts of our series - including some pretty powerful "Ferrari" and "Lamborghini". There are many more to show, however - it seems that every big city (at least in China) has some incredible police cars to be proud of:
New Zealand Army's Maiori Battalion in Egypt - more info:
Russian, Korean and Chinese armies train their soldier in a truly ambitious way... See more extreme exercises on this page (scroll down).
Winter brings its own "no pain - no gain" exercise variety:
Snow is not really necessary:
Some serious jumping is required from these women (my guess is, this is the Iranian Military):
Men with the Golden Guns
This shiny gold arsenal was confiscated from the Mexican drug lords:
Here is the price list for a Kalashnikov Rifle (a worthy weapon in every respect) - in sheep and goats:
Shooting from AK-47 rifle can be problematic sometimes:
What actually happened here, is that this guy was lucky not to get injured: one of the bullets was replaced with an explosive on purpose (by people who sold it to him).
Just whatever you do, don't let a monkey sleep on your gun:
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