Considering all nations have very distinctive-looking weaponry, I thought it would be an interesting idea to start a thread based around the identification of tanks, ships etc. through their photographs. When you identify the object in question, please give a little more details about it like its service history, famous battles it took part in etc., although these may be included by the poster if the object is particularly obscure.

Here is the first picture, nice and easy:

Spoiler Alert, click show to read:

Built in the 20s and then underwent a refit in the 1930s. Named after a province in its country of origin.

I suppose you can give reputation to those who guess correctly.

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Italian Semovente (or however you spell it), 90 mm AA gun mounted and used as anti-tank/artillery

Originally Posted by King Sama

1) For any operator % and element X, Vengur % X < Vengur (the dominance principle, the axiom of Vengur) 2) An order-preserving bijection of Vengur space to the real numbers must map Vengur to infinite. 3) The Vengur space contains a dense countable subset of anti-Vengurs, the integral over which is negative infinity. 4) The integral over all Vengur space is finite. Therefore, it satisfies the dominance principle by proposition (2). 5) Vengur is the maximum of the Vengur space.

With these tenets, I hereby declare the theory of Vengur to be complete.

1) For any operator % and element X, Vengur % X < Vengur (the dominance principle, the axiom of Vengur) 2) An order-preserving bijection of Vengur space to the real numbers must map Vengur to infinite. 3) The Vengur space contains a dense countable subset of anti-Vengurs, the integral over which is negative infinity. 4) The integral over all Vengur space is finite. Therefore, it satisfies the dominance principle by proposition (2). 5) Vengur is the maximum of the Vengur space.

With these tenets, I hereby declare the theory of Vengur to be complete.

Sounds intriguing doesn't it. I'll try to find a source. It was mentioned in a lecture and we were shown a picture of it, basically the idea is it would jump obstacles, problem is only the rockets on 1 side fired, and it flipped, spin, and landed on its roof, killing the crew.

Sounds intriguing doesn't it. I'll try to find a source. It was mentioned in a lecture and we were shown a picture of it, basically the idea is it would jump obstacles, problem is only the rockets on 1 side fired, and it flipped, spin, and landed on its roof, killing the crew.

I would love to see a source for that, but it doesn't sound like my Bren gun carrier. This one is also really special. It is missing a very important part to begin with.

New thread started as old one had to be disposed as per site owner's request. Long story short, these things are being done because of the recent slow downs and lags\503 errors that we are facing.

Originally Posted by GrnEyedDvl

Report large threads, 10,000 or so posts. I have no idea how many we have, but we need to close them and open new ones.

Btw if anyone wants to report then please PM active moderators (who're online) instead of bulk reporting threads, it will be easy for us to manage then. Thanks.

Moving some of the recent posts from it, so that the continuity is not broken.

New thread started as old one had to be disposed as per site owner's request. Long story short, these things are being done because of the recent slow downs and lags\503 errors that we are facing.

Btw if anyone wants to report then please PM active moderators (who're online) instead of bulk reporting threads, it will be easy for us to manage then. Thanks.

Moving some of the recent posts from it, so that the continuity is not broken.

nooooo, i just lost 140 posts

Originally Posted by King Sama

1) For any operator % and element X, Vengur % X < Vengur (the dominance principle, the axiom of Vengur) 2) An order-preserving bijection of Vengur space to the real numbers must map Vengur to infinite. 3) The Vengur space contains a dense countable subset of anti-Vengurs, the integral over which is negative infinity. 4) The integral over all Vengur space is finite. Therefore, it satisfies the dominance principle by proposition (2). 5) Vengur is the maximum of the Vengur space.

With these tenets, I hereby declare the theory of Vengur to be complete.

Please listen as here are the rules and I'd rather not have this shut down:

One person posts a picture with any details the poster feels are necessary.

You can use imageshack or photobucket to post a picture. You're advised to change your picture's name before posting it. You can also mirror it and add stuff to fool image search engines and/or remove stuff like roundels that make it easy to identify a picture.

Everyone else tries to guess the picture posted, whilst providing some details about their guess.

The person who guessed correctly gets reputation from the original poster of the picture and then posts their own picture within 24 hours.

Anybody can take the turn if a picture isn't posted within 24 hours or if the person who guessed the last picture says that anybody can take his turn.

The process repeats itself.

Has everyone got that?

Last edited by Jagdpanzer; April 16, 2012 at 06:12 AM.

Sorry but it's necessary. Anyways since this thread is informative i have restored it, but please if someone revisits the old thread then make sure you're in liner mode. Check the thread from where i took GED's post and you'll know what i'm talking about. Lastly any talk about this goes here just in case someone has any queries\problems with it.

Can you also add a link to the old thread in the OP?

Old thread is deleted, rep is marked as N/A.

and could we have some more clues for the Universal carrier?

Originally Posted by King Sama

1) For any operator % and element X, Vengur % X < Vengur (the dominance principle, the axiom of Vengur) 2) An order-preserving bijection of Vengur space to the real numbers must map Vengur to infinite. 3) The Vengur space contains a dense countable subset of anti-Vengurs, the integral over which is negative infinity. 4) The integral over all Vengur space is finite. Therefore, it satisfies the dominance principle by proposition (2). 5) Vengur is the maximum of the Vengur space.

With these tenets, I hereby declare the theory of Vengur to be complete.

posts just got back, so it might be possible if someone is willing to look through it all.

Originally Posted by King Sama

1) For any operator % and element X, Vengur % X < Vengur (the dominance principle, the axiom of Vengur) 2) An order-preserving bijection of Vengur space to the real numbers must map Vengur to infinite. 3) The Vengur space contains a dense countable subset of anti-Vengurs, the integral over which is negative infinity. 4) The integral over all Vengur space is finite. Therefore, it satisfies the dominance principle by proposition (2). 5) Vengur is the maximum of the Vengur space.

With these tenets, I hereby declare the theory of Vengur to be complete.