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Frame, Field Pack — The field pack frame is used as a mount for either the medium field pack or the large field pack. The frame, when requisitioned, comes with all straps. The frame is of aluminum construction. Shelf, Cargo Support — The cargo support shelf is used to support bulky loads such as water, gasoline, and ammunition cans, field rations , and radios.
The shelf is of aluminum construction. In the following existence load equipment items are introduced as replacements after modifications due to defects in the original equipment's design:. The ALICE system retains the concept of separate fighting and existence loads that was refined in the mids during the development of the M equipment. The most important point in the fighting and existence loads concept is that an infantry rifleman should carry only the items necessary to complete the immediate mission at hand.
The load an infantry rifleman carries should not include any other item that can be carried another way. Because the type of mission, terrain, and environmental conditions will influence the clothing and individual equipment requirements, the unit commander may prescribe to the infantry rifleman the essential items. The prime purpose of the fighting and existence loads concept is to lighten an infantry rifleman's load.
The typical individual fighting load is made up of essential items of clothing, individual equipment, small arms, and small arms ammunition that are carried by, and are essential to, the effectiveness of the combat infantry rifleman and the accomplishment of the immediate mission of the unit when the infantry rifleman is on foot. Normally these items are carried on the individual equipment belt and individual equipment belt suspenders. The typical individual existence load consists of items other than those in the individual fighting load which are required to sustain or protect the infantry rifleman, which may be necessary for the infantry rifleman's increased personal and environmental protection, and which the infantry rifleman normally would not carry.
When possible, the individual existence load items are transported by means other than man-carry. Otherwise both the fighting and existence loads are carried by the infantry rifleman. Individual existence load items are usually carried in the field pack.
The goal of the individual equipment portion of the LINCLOE program was to develop a lightweight load-carrying system in an effort to lighten a combat soldier's overall load.
The development of this lightweight rucksack led to an informal inquiry by officers of the infantry community as to the possibility of reducing the weight of the M Load-Carrying Equipment LCE. As a result of this interest, the army produced a set of LCE in , substituting available nylon materials for the cotton canvas duck. This set of nylon load-carrying equipment weighed slightly more than 3 pounds 1. Annex A to the Quantitative Material Requirement set a goal of 3.
Officials decided that the design of the new load-carrying equipment would follow that of the standard load-carrying equipment with material changes from cotton canvas duck to nylon duck and replacement of the brass and steel hardware with aluminum or plastic items. The design effort went slowly, due to the concentration on the design and development of items to meet the requirement of the Vietnam War , although developers initiated projects investigating the feasibility of replacing much of the steel and brass hardware with aluminum or plastic items.
A field pack somewhat larger than the M cotton canvas duck field pack was proposed which could be attached for carrying either on the individual equipment belt at the small of the back, or on the shoulders attached to the individual equipment belt suspenders, or attached to a detachable field pack frame.
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It was'nt a case of hankering for a return to the style of their first four albums. Bands evolve , that's just a fact of life. No , I just didn't think it was particularly strong by Metallica standards. That all changed when "Hardwired I've read that the band don't play any of this albums songs live , I've seen them three times pre- "Black album", so I couldn't say. If that's true it's a shame , as there's some great songs on it. Unequivocally, Metallica have matured and evolved from an epic '80s speed metal phenomenon into a very hard rocking hard rock band but their standards haven't slipped.
This is an epic, exhilarating and exciting album : great production, brilliant vocals, big, dynamic and passionate drumming, incredible lead guitar and powerful songs. In fact, all the ingredients of what epitomises a classic hard rock album are here. You listen to it and it moves you to another place. I love this band's sound - so gifted, individually and collectively..
One person found this helpful. Back in the early 's I was very excited when I heard Metallica where making a new album that would see them returning to their roots. That album was St Anger and when I played it I was deflated, all the hype it got had made it out to be a return to thrash form but all I found was a band trying too hard to be raw with a collection of poorly written and arranged songs. Since then I lost my passion for Metallica and never really listened to them thereafter as a result.
In a moment of carefree indecision I ended up buying Death Magnetic last month, 5 years after initial release. Straightaway I thought this is the album that St Anger should have been, a genuine return to form. It sounds like what you would get if were to put all of their past songs into a blender and have one song come out replicating a mix of the bands past and present.
You can tell they naturally wanted to re kindle the past sound but not trying desperately to do so like St Anger and yet they are also embracing the evolution in sound that the band has taken overtime. The riffs are powerful forcing your head to start moving.
Guitar solos are a bit of a let down but it seems Kirk has regained some of the lost love for guitar playing that has been evident in the past. For me the drumming from Lars is a particular strong point of the album, long gone is the loose snare sound found in St Anger having been replaced with some very fiery playing. Please, people that go on about poor mastering or production or whatever it is you go on about with this album, you've made your argument and it's a weak one.
I hope that after just over 4 years of this album being out that you've accepted this little niggle that gets to you but if you haven't take a step back for a second. In terms of writing and what the songs became this album is the best the band have produced in years.
Every song has it's own unique presence on the album and while yes, it's loud blah blah blah, that's kind of what heavy rock and metal is about really isn't it. I'm not sure I've ever seen or heard of anyone at Download or Sonisphere go "Sorry, can you turn it down please? Unfortunately, due to availability and different sellers' prices you have to pick your moment hence why I've only just got it after looking at it for ages.
The album's great, simple as, and the way the album is laid out physically is much more interesting than the normal plastic covering you'll see on the ones in the record shop while they cling on to existence. The CD of the songs in their demo form is interesting to listen to although you won't be listening to it over and over, in fact you may well just listen to the songs in that form once and then never again. Saying that though, "Flamingo", which was to become "All Nightmare Long" I think sounds pretty awesome and I may actually prefer it to the finished article apart from the solo.
The DM Lanyard seems a bit pointless but is kind of a nice touch not exactly sure why anyone would wear it but maybe that's just me. The picks, as a guitarist, I appreciated although I have still not actually used them.
The shirt is very good, nice simple design and although I wasn't given the option to choose the size it came with the right size for me anyway but of course everyone's different. The poster is very good, great pictures of the guys laid out in an arch of coffins.
The flag is also a nice addition although it's effectively the size of a large poster so unless you have room for it to hang from somewhere, you're probably going to put it in a drawer and forget about it.
The best extra piece by a mile though, for me anyway, is the "Making Magnetic" DVD which I love for many reasons but especially because it's a full-length DVD in the sense that it's NOT a summary of the making whereby they would edit together clips to make a minute extra for the album. The making of each song is captured in the right amount of detail, focusing on the key parts of all of them with a good balance of all of the members' input.
Overall then, great at the right price and if you're a long-time or just a big fan of the band you'll get satisfaction from just owning it.
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