1984 Roaring Lion Part 5/5 – Galerie Bray

Roaring Lion

From the 17 to the 28 September 1984 the 1 (BE) Corps organized big maneuvers in the area of Warburg, west of Kassel. These operations implied no less than 23,000 men (among whom 19,500 Belgians, 3,000 Americans and 500 Germans), 5,700 wheeled vehicles, 1,500 tracked vehicles and 270 motorcycles. Enjoy it.

Regards Christian

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Christian Bray

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  1. 8

    Hi Christian , These are still great photos , with which your finish your series . Thank you very much , you have still so great photos !

    Greeting to Belgium

  2. 7
    Christian Bray

    Hi everybody,

    My holidays are now over and I can finally thanks you all for your very kind and supportive comments. It is really a great pleasure for me to be able to share all these photos, the result of many hours of research and scanning in the Belgian Army archives. I am glad that these pictures have real meaning and power of remembrance for all of you. I only hope that younger peoples will also keep the memory of all these years of confrontation on both sides of the Iron Curtain.
    I will soon give Lars new photos about FTX Golden Sixteenth held by Belgian forces in 1983.



    1. 7.1
      Lars de Vries

      Hi Christian,

      we are more than greateful to you. We are very happy that you send us new Pics…..we can hardly wait 🙂

      Greetings to Belgium

  3. 6
    Horst Walter

    Einmalig schöne Bilder Herr Bray,
    ich hoffe sie lassen uns weiter an Ihren Bildern teilhaben. Herzlichen Dank.

    Es grüßt der Horst

  4. 5
    Fred Bachofner

    HI Christian,
    A great series of photos. In some way B&W does a lot to capture the time stamp 🙂 I enjoyed all 5 parts.
    Thank you for sharing

  5. 4

    Hi Christian…thanks also from my side for one of the best picture galleries on MD!! Hopefully you’ll show us some more from your collection!?

    Regards Totti

  6. 3

    Hallo Christian. Ganz starkes Kino.Auf Bild 1.Ist das ein AMX 13?.Den haben mein Freund Dirk und ich auch damals öfter mal gesehen.Für uns war er nicht so interressant,weil nicht so spektakulär. Heute würde ich sonst was dafür geben ihn nochmal live zu erleben.Gruß joe

  7. 2

    A really brilliant gallery Christian! As lArs said, I think all readers here like your incredible photo. So I would like to thank you for sharing them with us!

    Cheers Arnd

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    Lars de Vries

    Unfortunately the last Part……the quality is amazing for that time. All military-database User hope for many many more pics from your unbelivable Archiv. Thanks for that Christian…..on of the best set of pics we ever had.

    Regards Lars

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