Category Archives: KOMMANDO-International Special Operations Magazine

KOMMANDO magazine – Einsatzkommando COBRA using PenCott-GreenZone

The Nov-Dec. issue of KOMMANDO – International Special Operations Magazine features an up-close look at the new Sniper Smock and Trousers and Combat Field Shirt from SABRE that are being used by Austria’s legendary Einsatzkommando “COBRA” anti-terrorist / special operations … Continue reading

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KOMMANDO magazine’s International English Edition #1

I picked up an advance copy of this long-awaited publication at the SHOT Show, but now comes the official announcement from K-ISOM HQ: The first KOMMANDO International English Edition #1 (former German SPEZIAL # 3) “Small Arms of German Special … Continue reading

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KOMMANDO, Issue 15

If you’ve got time to read at the moment – I don’t! – then you should definitely pick up the latest copy of KOMMANDO.  Of course, if you can’t read German then I guess you won’t exactly be “reading” it … Continue reading

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Lots of kuhl stuff from KOMMANDO – International Special Operations Magazine

The latest issue of KOMMANDO has been out for a couple of weeks now, and as usual is packed full of great articles, superb photography and excellent reviews.Also released recently is KOMMANDO’s first MISSIONS special edition, this one covering counter-insurgency … Continue reading

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KOMMANDO – International Special Operations Magazine

The May-June 2009 edition is out now – and its another high-quality, in-depth, up-close, 80-page package of goodness.  Even though the magazine is 95% in German language, the plethora of top-notch photography makes it easy to get the gist of what’s … Continue reading

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