Bundeswehra - king's return

We also have some of the new Russian/Ukrainian/Belorussian patches and badges available, too many to list, write your wants.

The Hussite Wars , fought between 1419 and 1434 in Bohemia , had their origins in a conflict between Catholics and the followers of a religious sect founded by Jan Hus . The inciting action of the war was the First Defenestration of Prague , in which the mayor and the town council members of Prague were thrown from the windows of the town building. Emperor Sigismund , a firm adherent of the Roman Catholic Church, obtained the support of Pope Martin V who issued a papal bull in 1420 proclaiming a crusade. In all, four crusades were launched against the heretics, all resulting in defeat for the Catholic troops. The Hussites, capably led by Jan Žižka , employed novel tactics to defeat their numerically superior enemies, decisively at Aussig . Whenever a crusade would end, the Hussite armies go on "Beautiful Rides" and would invade the lands where the crusaders were from. One such place was Saxony. After Žižka's death in 1424, the Hussite armies were led by Prokop the Great to another victory at the Battle of Tachov in 1427. The Hussites repeatedly invaded central German lands, though they made no attempt at permanent occupation, and at one point made it all of the way to the Baltic Sea . The Hussite movement was ended in 1434, however, at the Battle of Lipany . [4]

Barrier Field - Reinhardt projects projects a broad, forward-facing energy shield, which can absorb substantial damage before it is destroyed. You need to actively maintain the shield and withdrawing from damage, lowering the Barrier, allows it to replenish. At 225 health per second while down, it doesn’t take Reinhardt very long to renew his Field Barrier. Due to that, constantly raising and lowering it while behind cover allows you to keep it ready and fully charged. Just be aware that Barrier Field only blocks attacks from the front - you’re still vulnerable from above and behind unless you turn or angle the shield.

COL(Dr) Chow is currently the Chief Naval Medical Officer (CNMO) and concurrent Commander Force Medical Protection Command (FMPC). As Commander FMPC, he oversees the operation of the SAF Biodefence Centre (BDFC). BDFC is in charge of developing and implementing the biodefence framework as well as providing comprehensive surveillance and response to infectious diseases in the SAF. Under his command also includes the Medical Response Force (MRF), which provides the medical response to CBRE threats.
Singapore Armed Forces, Singapore
Singapore Armed Forces Model of Integrated Biosurveillance through Strategic Partnership 11:50 – 12:10 Dr. Ayi Teck Choon Dr. Ayi Teck Choon did his graduate study at the Institute of Molecular and Cell Biology, NUS, and his post-doctoral fellowship at UT Southwestern Medical Center, Dallas, Texas. He is currently employed in DSO National Laboratories as a Principal Member of Technical Staff, a role he has held since 2012. His interests lay in the development of molecular assays, microfluidic and biosensors to detect pathogens of military and public interests. He has several international publications and patents in the domains of cancer research, materials, virology and biomicrofluidics from his fruitful collaborations with other scientists and engineers from local universities.
DSO National Laboratories, Singapore
Simplifying the diagnostic workflow through direct qPCR 12:10 – 12:30 Dr. Sarah Goodchild Dr. Sarah Goodchild is a Principal Scientist at the Defence science and technology laboratory (Dstl), the Ministry of defence’s research establishment at Porton Down in the UK. She graduated with a PhD in molecular biology in 2004 and has extensive expertise in reagent development using in vitro selection tools in addition to exploitation of these reagents in novel diagnostic sensor platforms. She also has extended interests in to the utility of human generated signals (at the physical and molecular level) for early warning and reporting of exposure to hazardous materials. Dr. Goodchild is responsible for leadership of the technical delivery of the Diagnostics research programme at Dstl within her role as Project Technical Authority, which includes leading teams investigating the utility of novel assays for diagnosis of exposure of individuals to agents of interest to the UK armed forces.
Defence Science & Technology Laboratory, United Kingdom
Assessment of DSO immunoassay for direct detection of toxin in an in vivo ricin exposure model 12:45 - 14:00 Lunch Location: Exhibition Hall in Orchid Ballroom

I need to find time to get these little dudes all done that I have so I can order some t64s. This seems to really finish up most of the Warsaw pact needs and once this starts moving forward a bit more the t80s will be on the way.

Claus Von Stauffenberg summary: Claus von Stauffenberg was an officer of the German army during World War II. Despite his role as …

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In early 1943, Stauffenberg was posted to Tunisia as senior staff officer to the 10th Panzer Division for the last days of the North African campaign. Rommel’s once-vaunted Afrika Korps was now penned in against the sea, trapped by the Americans advancing from the west and the British from the east. The fighting was intense, and in April Stauffenberg was seriously wounded when an American aircraft strafed his Horch staff car. One officer in the back seat was killed and Stauffenberg, whose body was pitted with shrapnel, lost his left eye, his right hand, and two fingers on his left hand. Evacuated to Munich, he astonished doctors with the speed of his recovery. Within weeks he had learned to dress himself using his teeth and his three remaining fingers. His performance was so dexterous that he joked he didn’t know what he had ever used his other seven fingers for.

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