Germany at war, Signal magazine, 1940. After the battle of France. French colonial troops colored prisoners of the German armed forces following the Battle of France and the collapse of the French armed forces, Signal Magazine July 15 1940. Pin by Paolo Marzioli

Germany at war, Signal magazine, 1940. After the battle of France. French colonial troops colored prisoners of the German armed forces following the Battle of France and the collapse of the French armed forces, Signal Magazine July 15 1940. Pin by Paolo Marzioli

Armée Française / French Armed Forces - Page 15

Armée Française / French Armed Forces - Page 15

Trident . featured in the book X Planes of Europe. More info at : http://www.amazon.com/X-Planes-Europe-Research-Aircraft-1947-1974/dp/190210921X/

Trident . featured in the book X Planes of Europe. More info at : http://www.amazon.com/X-Planes-Europe-Research-Aircraft-1947-1974/dp/190210921X/

French Foreign Legion - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

French Foreign Legion - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

A Hungarian legionnaire from the French Foreign Legion stops an Afghan man on a motorcyle near Tagab in Kapisa province on Jan. 25. The French Foreign Legion, a military unit established in 1831, was created for foreign nationals of any nationality wishing to serve in the French armed forces.

A Hungarian legionnaire from the French Foreign Legion stops an Afghan man on a motorcyle near Tagab in Kapisa province on Jan. 25. The French Foreign Legion, a military unit established in 1831, was created for foreign nationals of any nationality wishing to serve in the French armed forces.

Saab to supply new generation AT4 to the French armed forces

Saab to supply new generation AT4 to the French armed forces

Saab to supply new generation to the French armed forces

Leduc. featured in the book X Planes of Europe. More info at : http://www.amazon.com/X-Planes-Europe-Research-Aircraft-1947-1974/dp/190210921X/

Leduc. featured in the book X Planes of Europe. More info at : http://www.amazon.com/X-Planes-Europe-Research-Aircraft-1947-1974/dp/190210921X/

GIGN - Wikipedia Groupe d'intervention de la Gendarmerie nationale ("National Gendarmerie Intervention Group"), commonly abbreviated GIGN ( pronunciation ), is the elite law enforcement and special operations unit of the French National Gendarmerie. Its missions include counter-terrorism, hostage rescue, surveillance of national threats, protection of government officials, and targeting organized crime.

GIGN - Wikipedia Groupe d'intervention de la Gendarmerie nationale ("National Gendarmerie Intervention Group"), commonly abbreviated GIGN ( pronunciation ), is the elite law enforcement and special operations unit of the French National Gendarmerie. Its missions include counter-terrorism, hostage rescue, surveillance of national threats, protection of government officials, and targeting organized crime.

Pinterest
Search