Wednesday, 2 March 2016

Russian Spetsnaz infiltrates ISIS and targets airstrikes from their ranks -- Puppet Masters --

Russian Spetsnaz infiltrates ISIS and targets airstrikes from their ranks -- Puppet Masters --

What a wonderful load of bollox we weave to deceive.

"Kazakhstan's “Spassk” training center hosted the fifth international golden owl 2014 sniper competition.
For five days, 40 of the world's best snipers from the USA, the UK, Pakistan, Russia, China, Jordan and Kazakhstan competed to be chosen as the best sniper or sniper pair. All participants competed in 16 different activities demonstrating their accuracy, field orientation, endurance, attention and other skills.
A referee's board headed by an officer from Turkey was appointed in order conduct an impartial and fair competition.
In the end, many prize-winning competitors came from Kazakhstan's security, defense and law enforcement agencies. In the sniper pair competition, first place went to a pair from the special forces unit of Kazakhstan's Defense Intelligence Agency, second place went to snipers from the “Arystan Service” of the National Security Committee and the third spot on the podium was taken by snipers from the State Guard Service of Kazakhstan.
In the international competition, the Kazakh Defense Intelligence Agency sniper pair took first place, demonstrating the most coordinated performance. Second place was taken by a sniper pair from China, known to be two of the most talented snipers in the world. A British team walked away with the bronze medal.
Officers from Armenia and India took part as observers of the competition and expressed a desire to send their officers to the competition next year.
2014 marked the fifth year of the international competition held in the Kazakhstan armed forces' “Spassk” training center. The competition was held under the aegis of a Central Asia forum about sniper art and global counterterrorism.
According to the Kazakhstan Ministry of Defense, the number of participants will increase next year, and this is a reflection of multinational cooperation against global threats."

"A pair of Russian snipers from the 3rd Brigade Special Purpose Central Military District (CVO) won in international competitions, special forces ended the "Golden Owl" and won first place. Competitions were held for a week in a real difficult climatic conditions of the Karaganda region Spassk at the site of the Armed Forces of the Republic of Kazakhstan. In the competition attracted more than 170 professionals in the Special Forces of Belarus, Kazakhstan, Russia, Ukraine, the United Kingdom, Jordan and China."

 "The fifth annual international sniper competition, known as Golden Owl–2014, took place in June at the Spassk Training Center near the city of Karagandy, Republic of Kazakhstan.1 This event was held under the auspices of the Central Asia Forum for Sniper Arts, as part of its contribution to the global fight against terrorism. The main purpose of the Forum, which was created in 2009, is to train members of Central Asia's security forces to become masters of marksmanship.
To prepare, representatives of Kazakhstan's Ministry of Defense had participated in marksmanship courses all over the world and brought back with them a variety of exercises.
The first Golden Owl competition saw only three countries take part alongside Kazakhstan: Kyrgyzstan, Russia, and Belarus. Every year since then, the number of participants has increased, and the meet now welcomes competitors from around the world. The 2014 event, which was organized by Kazakhstan's Ministry of Defense (MoD RK), was larger than any of the MoD's previous such competitions. Forty participants came to Karagandy from seven countries—the United Kingdom, Jordan, Kazakhstan, China, Pakistan, Russia, and the United States—to show off their skills and ability with sniper rifles over the course of five days. To prepare, representatives of the MoD RK had participated in marksmanship courses all over the world and brought back with them a variety of exercises to incorporate into the Golden Owl competition."

Tsk tsk.

"Servicemen of the Eastern MD will compete for the title of the best sniper in the Russian Armed Forces in 2016.
Preliminary stage of the “Golden owl” sniper contest will take place at range located in Buryatia, Zabaykalsky Krai, Amur and Jewish autonomous regions, Khabarovsk, Primorsky, Kamchatsky Krais, and Sakhalin region in January and February, 2016.
The district stage of the contest will be held at the Knyaz Volkonsky range (Khabarovsk Krai) in March, 2016.
In total, about 200 snipers of the Eastern MD will take part in the “Golden owl” preliminaries."

Now then now then boys and girls.

I don't have to mention who got involved in lifting and losing the SA nukes do I?