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Iraq War Map

This is a discussion on Iraq War Map within the MapPoint Desktop Discussion forums, part of the Map Forums category; Trying to avoiding the political argument, but how does this stuff relate to the subject of this forum?...

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    uh

    Trying to avoiding the political argument, but how does this stuff relate to the subject of this forum?

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    Re: uh

    Quote Originally Posted by bigRahn
    Trying to avoiding the political argument, but how does this stuff relate to the subject of this forum?

    Yes.. i agree with you it is not the suitable place to put this reply....but i wanted to show you something u don't know it at all


    it this bother u,,, i am sorry

    and if u want any further information about the war in iraq u can send me an e-mail to


    the_anger_prince@hotmail.com

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    u wanna get more pictures for the iraqi fighters and the destroyed us machines


    get them here exclusively looooooool





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    more and more exclusively with angerprince


    did u see what happened on 26 june??????

    i don't think so



    but u can see them here with me















    and i'll give u more if u want

    just send me an e-mail and i'll give more

    my e-mail again is

    the_anger_prince@hotmail.com



    there is in the usa great people,scintists soliders but not leaders

    bush is pushing us soliders to the hill as saddam hussein said


    goodbye

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    Most of those don't really look like destroyed U.S. machines, unless we went over there in trucks manufactured in the '50's ??

    Anyway, it's interesting, keep 'em coming

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    Quote Originally Posted by Eric Frost
    Most of those don't really look like destroyed U.S. machines, unless we went over there in trucks manufactured in the '50's ??

    Eric


    funny joke


    what about this

    http://www.jahra.org/free/angerprince/gift.zip

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    oooooooooh i remember

    could u plz check the origin of the last pictures...they are from a usa site

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    No Joke

    Actually, I don't think he was joking.

    Look at your picture of the burning tank. See how it has 6 wheels very close together?
    That is more distinctive of russian armored vehicles, not US vehicles.

    I'm not up on the US technology, but in the gulf war the main tank was the M1 (A1 or A2). These have a gap between the first and second wheels, which the vehicle in this picture clearly doesn't.

    The personal carriers were Bradleys, which have a gap between the 3rd and 4th wheel.

    (You can also tell that it's older technology by how close the wheels are--the newer vehicles, both US and Russian, have more spacing between the wheels. a wide wheelbase gives more stability.
    So only really old vehicles will have the short wheel base, and since Iraq was supplied by Russia many years ago, the logical conclusion is that the vehicles are Russia in make, hence Iraqi)

    (And don't take my word for it...Do a search for "M1A2", "Bradley" and "T61" to see the differences between Russian and US armor.)

    Uh, I can't make any conclusions on the wheeled vehicles...a 2.5 ton (and larger) pretty much looks the same no matter who makes it. (at least the parts of the truck viewable in the pictures.)

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    you are really great ((bigRahn))

    your information about the tank is correct 100%

    the only wrong pictures are that u are talking about and the on above it


    the rest are all correct


    soooooooooooooooorry for that mistake but belive me i was tricked with those pictures and i someone said that point and when i enetred here to write that, i found that u noticed that already

    sorry againn and i promise i'll not make the same mistake again

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    THE LAST PICTURES FOR TODAY ATTACK

    3-7-2003



















    I will give u more specifications and a movie for the attacked vehicle in the incoming reply

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