Operators Operating Operationally.

This is a military blog that features pictures and videos of weapons, vehicles, and the individuals who use them on a daily basis.
I find a portion of these pictures from military_armies. Thanks to him for letting me use so many of his great photos.
Enjoy.

Welcome to the jungle.
American infantrymen in combat somewhere in Vietnam.

Welcome to the jungle.

American infantrymen in combat somewhere in Vietnam.

USMC Rifleman acting as simulated OPFOR during a MOUT exercise with Thai marines.

USMC Rifleman acting as simulated OPFOR during a MOUT exercise with Thai marines.

Finnish infantrymen being OPAF as per usual.

Finnish infantrymen being OPAF as per usual.

Tactical operating procedures: covering your partner in a combat scenario.

Tactical operating procedures: covering your partner in a combat scenario.

Wooden goodness… and a glock.

Wooden goodness… and a glock.

I don't know if YOU censored it, but there's an uncensored version of the soldier with the prosthetic in circulation. Pretty common at this point.

Just the way I found it.

Unnamed bravery.
An unnamed American soldier (though, speculated to be SOF because of his SOPMOD kit) stands to pose with his prosthetic leg. 

Unnamed bravery.

An unnamed American soldier (though, speculated to be SOF because of his SOPMOD kit) stands to pose with his prosthetic leg. 

tokillthedragon:

tombstone-actual:

operatorsgonnaoperate:

Operating in the ruff.
Delta guy posing with his war hound. A curious note is that the dog is possibly deceased, as there have been few instances as photos of Operators with their war pups faces also censored. 

Ya that dogs not dead..

Censoring a military working dog’s face is the exception rather than the rule. And when people do it, it’s a little ridiculous. No one wants to hunt down and kill a dog for their involvement in an operation.

It’s standard protocol to censor active-duty special forces members (for Americans and English, at least) when releasing pictures on public domain. Sometimes the dogs, too, are considered special forces personnel and, as the rule states, they need to be censored as well. However, most common sense guys won’t do it, but some will do it just to follow regulation and not get bitched at by brass.

tokillthedragon:

tombstone-actual:

operatorsgonnaoperate:

Operating in the ruff.

Delta guy posing with his war hound. A curious note is that the dog is possibly deceased, as there have been few instances as photos of Operators with their war pups faces also censored. 

Ya that dogs not dead..

Censoring a military working dog’s face is the exception rather than the rule. And when people do it, it’s a little ridiculous. No one wants to hunt down and kill a dog for their involvement in an operation.

It’s standard protocol to censor active-duty special forces members (for Americans and English, at least) when releasing pictures on public domain. Sometimes the dogs, too, are considered special forces personnel and, as the rule states, they need to be censored as well. However, most common sense guys won’t do it, but some will do it just to follow regulation and not get bitched at by brass.

Operating in the ruff.
Delta guy posing with his war hound. A curious note is that the dog is possibly deceased, as there have been few instances as photos of Operators with their war pups faces also censored. 

Operating in the ruff.

Delta guy posing with his war hound. A curious note is that the dog is possibly deceased, as there have been few instances as photos of Operators with their war pups faces also censored. 

Some SAD Folks.
The CIA’s Special Activities Division, also known as “SAD”, is part of the American National Clandestine Service, and is split into two separate groups, SOG (Special operations group) and PAG (Political Action Group). The two work hand-in-hand to project American influence into other political states. SOG works to collect intelligence through ways that the US government does not wish to be associated directly to, while PAG works to knock a political state’s stability off of it’s feet through psychological warfare and economical warfare.

Some SAD Folks.

The CIA’s Special Activities Division, also known as “SAD”, is part of the American National Clandestine Service, and is split into two separate groups, SOG (Special operations group) and PAG (Political Action Group). The two work hand-in-hand to project American influence into other political states. SOG works to collect intelligence through ways that the US government does not wish to be associated directly to, while PAG works to knock a political state’s stability off of it’s feet through psychological warfare and economical warfare.

US Navy SEAL and German KSK members stand beside a raided cache, which will probably be destroyed hours after this photo was taken.

US Navy SEAL and German KSK members stand beside a raided cache, which will probably be destroyed hours after this photo was taken.

“In battle, you forgive a man everything except the unwillingness to take risks. Sometimes you have to put it on the line." - Tom Clancy

In battle, you forgive a man everything except the unwillingness to take risks. Sometimes you have to put it on the line." - Tom Clancy

Chilean soldiers with an MG-3 during a live fire exercise.

Chilean soldiers with an MG-3 during a live fire exercise.

Serbian soldiers with captured Croatian flag.

Serbian soldiers with captured Croatian flag.