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Cobra mortar team by jimmymcwicked Cobra mortar team by jimmymcwicked
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Cobra Commander inspires undying loyalty in his soldiers. However, they wouldn't become part of the tremendous COBRA ranks if they didn't get results. While the standard 'blueshirt' troopers are the backbone of Cobra Commander's army, the terrorist organization's leader has realized the importance of specialized training to meet specific needs. As he weaves his dangerous web across the globe, he needs troopers who not only endure the harsh environments they're placed in but use it to their advantage. Trained in desert survival and combat, Cobra Commander's Desert Ops Troopers wear tan uniforms to blend in with the whirling sands of the desert. By the time they are spotted, it's too late for their enemies.
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steventhewood Featured By Owner Apr 21, 2012  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
These Cobras look moderately competent! I always wondered if the Joes and Cobras needed more practice at the shooting range....
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CobraCommander3844 Featured By Owner Dec 2, 2011
Hi.Very nice!! Ilove this.Are you planning tomake G.I.JOE custome.You can create figures too in joescustome.com. Have greek weelend. Francisco
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thesilentsage Featured By Owner Jul 1, 2011
Hail Cobra!!! i spent most of the late 1980's in the grunts, and even though i was an 0311, i usually carried the base plate for the M224 60mm mortar. it weighed about 15 pounds and i always attached it to the straps of my alice pack. that way i always had a dry place to sit down when we dropped our gear! the lazy 0341's didn't mind that i was humping their gear for them. i always look at your work, love it!!!
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MightyMorphinPower4 Featured By Owner Mar 21, 2011
Exllcent work
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irateyourart Featured By Owner Mar 9, 2011
This is just dripping with epic!
COBRAAAAAA!
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jimmymcwicked Featured By Owner Mar 10, 2011  Professional Filmographer
thanks for looking and the war cry. more cobra troopers are upcoming...
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strongstuff Featured By Owner Mar 4, 2011  Professional Digital Artist
dude, your stuff is so awesome.
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jimmymcwicked Featured By Owner Mar 7, 2011  Professional Filmographer
you are superkind with your generous words, pal! thanks!
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jhwood9 Featured By Owner Mar 3, 2011   Traditional Artist
More random thoughts; I remember reading a post-WWII analysis which identified the mortar as the most effective infantry combat weapon. Firearms can throw a hail of copper-jacketed lead which forces the opposing troops to seek cover; however, a mortar round can neutralize even a well-concealed enemy because of the high angle of indirect fire.

A surprising percentage of casualties were attributed to this weapon, rather than the more common infantry sidearm.
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jimmymcwicked Featured By Owner Mar 7, 2011  Professional Filmographer
yes, that is right. the soldiers had more fear of mortar and artillery barrages than infantry weapons.

my favourite mortar bit is that the russians developed their 82mm mortar so that while they could use captured german 81mm rounds, germans could not fit captured 82mm rounds in their 81mm weapons. smart!
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