FAL (Fusil Automatique Leger - translates to Light Automatic Rifle) - Originally manufactured by FN Herstal in Belgium. Primarily chambered in 7.62x51mm, this was one of the most widely used military sidearms world wide, and has been called "the right arm of the free world."

FAL (Fusil Automatique Leger - translates to Light Automatic Rifle) - Originally manufactured by FN Herstal in…

Marine 40 Comando,Islas Malvinas 1982

dibujos de soldados de la guerra de las malvinas

Innocence amid violence: Northern Irish children take cover behind a British Army trooper during The Troubles in Belfast, 1986. Being next to the soldier could easily mean injury or death if the main target was to come under fire from IRA gunmen. Note the soldier's L1A1 Self-Loading Rifle (known as the 'inch pattern FAL' in the US) the standard issue for the British Army in those days. Courtesy of http://wwii.picturesofwar.net/

Northern Irish children take cover behind a British Army trooper during The Troubles, Belfast, Northern Ireland,

Army Airborne Command and Control Systems: 101 Airborne Pictures

101 Airborne Pictures Nearly every mature has attached to reminiscences from youth of managing incredibly across a hillside, balsa timber a.

Sargento ,Royal Marines Islas Malvinas 1982

dibujos de soldados de la guerra de las malvinas

View of British Army soldiers patrolling in front of a barricade of burnt out buses and barbed wire on a residential street in Belfast, Northern Ireland following a night of sectarian rioting and disturbances in the city on 19th August 1969.

View of British Army soldiers patrolling in front of a barricade of burnt out…

An old woman, a rosary dangling from her neck, clasps her hands on finding a British Army sharpshooter on her door step in Belfast’s market area as troops flushed out snipers barricaded in bakery in Northern Ireland capital on August 11, 1971. (AP Photo)

An old woman, a rosary dangling from her neck, clasps her hands on finding a British Army sharpshooter on her door step in Belfast’s market area as troops flushed out snipers barricaded in bakery in Northern Ireland capital on August (AP Photo)

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