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new emblem looks like it was designed in god damn MC Paint

Well, at least the one from wiki is of better quality than the official emblem :p

Yeah I don't know. The overall design seems a little simple, like someting was missing. Specificaly that roundell. Could have been a different shield shape with laurels etc, or why not just use the old one. But eh it's slowly growing on me. Could be worse.
I really like the griffins. They should always be part of Georgian military heraldry imo.
 
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Some old good quality US Army photos of the 13th battalion & 1st BDE in Iraq 2008.

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During an inspection of Civil Affairs initiated projects, U.S. Army Soldiers and Georgian Army Soldiers meet with the foreman in charge of the building of an emergency care clinic in Al Heriyah, Iraq, Feb. 13, 2008. the U.S. Army Soldiers are with the 3rd Civil Affairs Battalion, 3rd Brigade Combat Team, 3rd Infantry Division. The Georgians are with the 13th Georgian Light Infantry Battalion which recently assumed control of Combat Outpost Cleary and its Area of Responsibility. (U.S.Army photo by Spc. Charles W. Gill) (Released)

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A Soldier with the 13th Georgian Light Infantry Battalion provide security while U.S. Army Soldiers give them a tour of ongoing project sites during a civil affairs inspection in Al Heriyah, Iraq, Feb. 13. The U.S. Soldiers are from the 3rd Civil Affairs Battalion, 3rd Brigade Combat Team, 3rd Infantry Division. The Georgians recently assumed control of Combat Outpost Cleary and its area of responsibility.

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UDARI RANGE, Kuwait (July 27, 2007) -- Soldiers from the Georgian Republic's 3rd Infantry Brigade stand on line before starting close quarters movement drills at Udari Range in northwestern Kuwait Tuesday, July 24, 2007. The 3rd Brigade is training with U.S. Soldiers from Task Force Gator before deploying north to Iraq to support Operation Iraqi Freedom and is part of the contingent of coalition forces that are establishing stability and security in Iraq.

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A U.S. Soldier with the 13th Georgian Light Infantry Battalion provides security while fellow Soldiers and U.S. Army Soldiers meet with city council members during a Civil Affairs inspection in Al Heriyah, Iraq, Feb. 13, 2008. The U.S. Soldiers are from the 3rd Civil Affairs Battalion, 3rd Brigade Combat Team, 3rd Infantry Division. The Georgians recently assumed control of Combat Outpost Cleary and its Area of Responsibility. (U.S.Army photo by Spc. Charles W. Gill) (Released)

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A Georgian Soldier with the 13th Georgia Light Infantry Battalion provides security while fellow Soldiers and U.S. Army Soldiers have a discussion during a Civil Affairs inspection in Al Heriyah, Iraq, Feb. 13, 2008. The U.S. Soldiers are from the 3rd Civil Affairs Battalion, 3rd Brigade Combat Team, 3rd Infantry Division. The Georgians recently assumed control of Combat Outpost Cleary and its Area of Responsibility. (U.S.Army photo by Spc. Charles W. Gill) (Released)

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A soldier from the 13th Georgian Army Battalion takes cover next to a Humvee while providing security during a joint clearing operation with Iraqi army soldier from 2nd and 3rd Company, 2nd Battalion, 32nd Infantry Brigade, 8th Division, in Ali Shaheen village, Iraq, March 7, 2008. (U.S. Army photo/Sgt. Timothy Kingston)

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Georgian Cpl. Ana Shelia, a 1st Georgian Brigade staff member, gives a child a school package and a magazine about the Georgian military during an assessment in Joba Da'al, Feb. 29. The 214th Fires Brigade, El Salvador Cuscatlan Battalion and 1st Georgian Infantry Brigade are conducting joint assessments of villages surrounding coalition checkpoints to build relationships and identify projects that coalition forces can complete to help villagers.

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A Soldier from the 13th Georgian Army Battalion provides over watch security from the gunners turret of a Humvee while patrolling down a roadway leading to Ali Shaheen village, Iraq, March 7, 2008. (U.S. Army photo/Sgt. Timothy Kingston)

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A soldier from the 13th Georgian Army Battalion provides security during a joint clearing operation with Iraqi army soldiers from 2nd and 3rd Company, 2nd Battalion, 32nd Infantry Brigade, 8th Division, in Ali Shaheen village, Iraq, March 7, 2008. (U.S. Army photo/Sgt. Timothy Kingston)

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A Soldier from the 13th Georgian Army Battalion provides security during a joint clearing operation with Iraqi army soldiers from 2nd and 3rd Company, 2nd Battalion, 32nd Infantry Brigade, 8th Division, in Ali Shaheen village, Iraq, March 7, 2008. (U.S. Army photo/Sgt. Timothy Kingston)

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Soldiers from the 13th Georgian Army Battalion work together with Iraqi army soldiers from 3rd Company, 2nd Battalion, 32nd Infantry Brigade, 8th Division, to search and clear houses during a joint operation in Ali Shaheen village, Iraq, March 7, 2008. (U.S. Army photo/Sgt. Timothy Kingston)

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Second Lt. Tea Labadze, a doctor with the 1st Georgian Brigade, treats a teenage boy for a skin ailment on his face during a medical and humanitarian aid mission, March 22, in Jassan, Iraq. Along with treatment and medicine, local residents received food and water from the 1st GB. (U.S. Army photo/Staff Sgt. Carlos J. Lazo, 214th Fires Brigade)

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A Georgian soldier watches with a boy as other children leave the site where Georgian soldiers of the First Georgian Brigade distributed food and other supplies in Hwar village, Iraq, June 9. The soldiers were a part of the Brigade's CIMIC Company, tasked with maintaining good relations between civilians and Coalition military personnel. "We supply people with food and medicine and hear their problems," said Cpt. Zaur Makaradze, commander of the company. "Our main mission is to help people."
 
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More from Kuwait & Iraq, different units.

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Soldiers from Company A, 11th Battalion, 1st Brigade, Georgian Light Infantry, prepare for guard duty at Forward Operating Base Mackenzie, Ad Duluiyah, Iraq.

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A soldier from Company A, 11th Battalion, 1st Brigade, Georgian Light Infantry, loads his magazine in preparation for going on guard at Forward Operating Base. The Georgian Light Infantry is taking over the force protection mission at the FOB.

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Maj. Kireulishvili, Georgian Army, translates instructions for the Georgian Light Infantry Soldiers before they start guard duty for the first time at Forward Operating Base Mackenzie, Iraq.

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Spc. William Campbell, Company C, 386 Engineers and Cpl. Rizaqmadze, Company A, 11th Battalion, Georgian Light Infantry, emplace a PKM machine gun in the guard point at the front gate of Forward Operating Base Mackenzie, Iraq.

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Staff Sgt. Raymond Piper
Pfc. Daniel Nasereddine speaks with the 21st Georgian Infantry Battalion commander in Russian. Nasereddine helped his platoon and the 13th Georgian Infantry Battalion communicate on missions.

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Georgian Soldiers take a break in a shaded area after arriving on FOB Caldwell.

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UDARI RANGE, Kuwait (July 27, 2007) -- Soldiers from the Georgian Republic's 3rd Infantry Brigade stand on line before starting close quarters movement drills at Udari Range in northwestern Kuwait Tuesday, July 24, 2007. The 3rd Brigade is training with U.S. Soldiers from Task Force Gator before deploying north to Iraq to support Operation Iraqi Freedom and is part of the contingent of coalition forces that are establishing stability and security in Iraq.
 
Some photos from IDEX-2019

The proposed mortar carrier is designed to carry and deploy the existing range of 120mm mortars. It also supports the mounting of fully automated mortar systems.

The vehicle itself can carry up to 36 120mm rounds.

It's unclear wheter this is a pure export product or also considered for domestic use. I can see Saudi Arabia expressing interest in this one.

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Some other products

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GNM-60 Mkudro commando mortar. Interesting application.

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