From Para Bellum Products in Niceville, FL.
The Marine Corps has added the V-22 to the aircraft at HMX-1 tasked with Presidential and executive support. Notice the paint job does not include the white top so we’d be safe in surmising that this will be used for support functions.
Still not sure on the designation, so for now, this remains an MV-22 which in and of itself is ridiculous for a Marine aircraft to carry the M prefix, long used for Special Operations aircraft.
The reason I never had one of these Entertech water guns is because I was already in the Army by the time they came out. But, if they had them now, I’d get the RPG.
From US Army WTF! Moments
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The has been a lot of discussion about whether Italian firm Moleskine’s position on embossing firearms manufacturer’s logos on their notebooks after we reported that they are right against it. Turns out, according to their brand guidelines, they not only don’t work with firearms companies but also, “Pornographers, Extreme Political Organizations, Religious Organizations, or the Defense Industry.”
On one level, I understand that they want to steer clear of anything controversial, but the Defense Industry? I guess on some level it does go to strengthen my argument that the firearms and defense industries are one in the same and all of these half-baked anti-2A laws only serve to weaken our military in the long run.
Still, I hope they don’t realize Arc’teryx has a LEAF division. Those notebooks are a pretty cool giveaway.
Thanks to BE Meyers for the additional info on Molseskine.
A friend of ours in the firearms industry received this email from notebook manufacturer Moleskine after inquiring about getting some branded notebooks for giveaways.
Thank you for your request but currently Moleskine Brand Guidelines prevent us from working with any weapon companies. Good luck and have a great day.
Moleskine America, Inc.
210 eleventh avenue, suite 1004
new york, ny 10001