We can't consider one, but We have always asses this had been for the rare case whenever they caught the perpetrators so they don't have to break off and risk loosing them as they were releasing whatever argent. ...
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- I can't think of one, but I have always asses this was for the rare case when they caught the perpetrators as they were releasing whatever argent so they don't have to break off and risk loosing them.
- If you count meth heads in their meth labs then I'm sure it happens all the time.
- It seems very unlikely. The latest Rainbow 6 game had a mission based on the premise, that's probably as close as you'll get: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4euKsdn8Itg , https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9e1hihWcrvk
- Korea is under the constant threat of a CBRN related attack so it only makes sense that they would have a police force that is able to operate in the event of such attack.
- I haven't played it, but I think it happens in Half Life 2.0. But IRL, not sure, curious too...
- Must be pure hell operating in those suits.
- Yeah but they look like some bad motherfackers so it's all good.
- For a second, I thought those lights were attached to their suits.
- no bodyarmour? the vests dont look like they have plates in them and they look too thin to stop anything.
- To paraphrase a quote from Generation Kill.... "If you're hit in a chemical environment, you're facked anyway"
- Anyone notice the chap behind the point man both hasn't got his safety on, and poor trigger discipline I guess he really doesn't like the guy upfront. Read more comments