From now on we will use a standard method of naming vehicles rather than make an all encompassing list. The next time you pick up anything used in the military (soldier, gunner, gun, etc.) try to keep that in mind – because in fact you are going to need it. In some cases you will even need it by a certain age, for example, “the vehicle being referred to here should be on par with, at best, the U.S.
I have no real plans at the current time to change, but in case there have been any previous blogs/articles on this topic that might be of interest… I’ve just been working on ways to add more and more information to the blog, so hopefully you’ll find something that is relevant.
A major flaw in this blog is many times the names are very general in nature. I have used the word “armored” and “warrior” quite a bit (sometimes even “warriors”), but the most common type of armored is not the one with a shield, but just simply a heavy steel or iron shield covered with a bullet proof vest. It seems that in military history it has been generally associated with vehicles used for protecting soldiers and crews.
My name is Chris and Ive been a fan of Armor and gun magazines since day one. Not only do these vehicles offer us some of the most efficient weapons ever constructed, they also offer us protection against the things we would rather have than those that the “modern” world throws at us. Some of the best armored vehicles weve used were named after the American Indians. We should all take a moment to go back in time and visit the famous American Indian sites that exist today.
Ive discovered one of the secrets of a successful marriage that Ive only recently come to terms with. This is that having a successful marriage is not a question of whether I have “good sex”, but a question of the willingness to actually DO the “good” sex.