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Ecuadorean soldiers patrol the town of Puerto Nuevo, 20 km east of Lago Agrio, the capital of the Ecuadorean province of Sucumbio, 29 June, 2005,Ecuador. Authorities of both countries have annonounced several meetings, including a presidential one, following a series of attacks by Colombian rebels near the Ecuadoran border Saturday, that left heavy army casualties. The situation in the Ecuadorean-Colombian border "is becoming more serious every day", Ecuador's Interior and Police Minister Mauricio Gandara said Tuesday

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So that's how you s'possed to carry the ammo belt! /ubbthreads/images/graemlins/grin.gif

Nice pics, as always Chef!
 

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Thanks jac3k /ubbthreads/images/graemlins/grin.gif.
 

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Is that the HK21E or the HK23E? Their rifles are HK33s . . .

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Those rounds look bigger than 5.56mm to me... But doesn't the 21E's barrel protude only a couple of cm from the sight?
 

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I'm leaning towards a 23, but that's beased more on wishful thinking than fact /ubbthreads/images/graemlins/crazy.gif.
 

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Employees of Ecuador's Petroecuador oil company work on clean up operations after an oil spillage. Petroecuador, which had suspended crude production and exports earlier this week, partially restarted its activity backed by the army amidst strikes and protests by workers and locals.(AFP/Santiago Armas)

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Ecuador's oil company Petroecuador struggled on Saturday to increase production and repair damage from protests in two Amazon provinces that have helped push up world energy prices, it said. In this photo, a Ecuadorean military officer patrols an oil refinery in Nueva Loja, Ecuador August 19, 2005. (Angel Chalco/Reuters)

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So that's how you s'possed to carry the ammo belt! /ubbthreads/images/graemlins/grin.gif

Nice pics, as always Chef!

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i I don't think HK would advise carrying the ammo like thaso i hope he doesn't have to unload it quick.

And yup, great pics Chef.
 

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Guayaquil, ECUADOR: An Ecuadorean Navy soldier guards electoral kits for Sunday's presidential election at the Electoral Tribunal in Guayaquil, 24 November, 2006. Leftist Rafael Correa gained ground over conservative Alvaro Noboa, but the margin remains too narrow to predict a winner, pollsters said Friday, two days ahead of Ecuador's run-off vote. Correa had 52 percent support to Noboa's 48 percent, according to the Cedatos/Gallup poll, which showed that 17 percent of the electorate remained undecided. AFP PHOTO/Mauricio DUENAS (Photo credit should read MAURICIO DUENAS/AFP/Getty Images)
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Lorena Escudero, the new Defense Minister of Ecuador, arrives to the Ministry of Defense in Quito, Friday, Feb. 2, 2007. Lorena Escudero replaces Guadalupe Larriva, who died in a helicopter crash on Jan. 24, 2007
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Ecuador's President Rafael Correa waves to supporters from the balcony of the Government Palace in Quito, Wednesday, March 28, 2007. Correa talked to supporters after a march of different social and indigenous sectors in support of the his social policy
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Everybody should have a Defense Minister that looks like that.:p
 

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Ecuadorean army mechanized and armored teams move towards Eloy Alfaro Canton in the northern province of Esmeraldas, Ecuador, on 06 November 2008, where according to reports Colombian paramilitary groups known as 'Black Eagles' crossed the border.

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Members of the Ecuadorean army are seen during their jungle and anti-guerrilla training at the Shangrila base in Coca, 400 kms northeast of Quito, on January 30, 2009.

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Thanks for the pic's Hr. Werner! :D




























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A convicted man introduces his election card into an urn at the Penitentiary centre in Guayaquil, Ecuador, 24 April 2009, at the start of the general elections journey. For the first time in Ecuadorian history, those who are convicted but not sentenced can express their political choice in a election.

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