Austrian Forces

Austrian Flavors Volume 1 [Vinyl LP]
Orf
,Zustand Vinyl:NM,Cover:EX (Goldmine Standards) Seam split - .Label: Orf.Published: 1992/(Compilation) 'A pr
The Austrian Army 1740-80 (1): Cavalry: Cavalry Vol 1 (Men-at-Arms)
Osprey Publishing
£5.35
This concise book describes the uniforms, weaponry, military practices and tactics of the Cavalry of Maria Theresa's army that fought in the War of Austrian Succession and the Seven Years War. It also records the history of the army's campaigns, and is illustrated with contemporary images, detailed diagrams and colour plates.
Where Eagles Dare
HarperCollins
£3.99
Eurofighter [PC Download]

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The Eurofighter Typhoon multi-role combat aircraft first entered service in 2004 and over 350 aircraft have since been delivered. The Eurofighter is the result of Europe’s largest military collaborative programme and seven nations are now Eurofighter customers. At the start of 2013 the Eurofighter fleet has accumulated more than 160,000 flying hours around the world.This Eurofighter expansion includes the single-seat Eurofighter Typhoon in thirteen air force liveries including those of the Royal Air Force, Luftwaffe and Italian Air Force. The highly accurate model features the signature delta wing with reverse camber roots, flaperons and foreplanes. Six accurate ordnance load-outs give you the opportunity to experience this swing-role aircraft in its various configurations.The aircraft features numerous animations including wheel chocks, pre-flight flags, engine covers and a ground power unit. Even the seeker heads on the Paveway and Maverick are animated!The fully functional virtual cockpit features accurate multi-function displays with a variety of pages for monitoring the aircraft systems, and the collimated and conformal HUD with real-world symbology will provide you with excellent situational awareness. MODEL   Accurately modelled using real-world aircraft plans Signature delta wing configuration faithfully reproduced including reverse camber roots and washout Fully animated and functioning elevators and flaperons Functioning leading edge slats, forward position canards and air-brake Retractable refuelling probe, controllable from the virtual cockpit Authentically detailed and fully animated landing gear Working engine nozzle vanes and afterburners Animated braking parachute and tail-hook Fully detailed exterior cockpit with animated pilot Ground equipment includes wheel chocks, pre-flight flags and engine covers Switchable Ground Power Unit and cabling Complete set of ordnance with descriptions, safety cones and perimeter Six accurate weapons/ordnance load-outs, selectable from the virtual cockpit MFD Realistic afterburner/reheat effects Animated seeker heads on Paveway and Maverick bombs Custom-coded engine intake ‘lips’ react automatically to changes in airspeed and angle of attack VIRTUAL COCKPIT   Fully functional, accurate multi-function displays (MFDs): 1) Interactive clickable checklists for engine start, take-off and landing 2) Systems overview page 3) Engine monitor page 4) Hydraulics systems monitor page 5) Fuel systems monitor page with selectable tanks 6) Load-out page with six selectable mission load-outs 7) Functional forward looking infrared radar (FLIR) screen 8) Waypoint navigation screen 9) HSI/HUD navigation page Centre MFD displays fully functional GPS Centre HUD binnacle displays radio and autopilot information, radio frequencies, fuel states and engine N1 data Collimated and conformal HUD with real-world symbology Radio MFD on right console displays Nav and Comms (standby and active), transponder and ADF frequencies. All are switchable using authentic push-buttons Functional autopilot with heading, track, altitude and speed hold modes Switch panel for controlling lighting, avionics, ground power, on-board power, refuelling probe and fuel transfer, starters and more Throttles with in-built fuel cut-off switches and auto-reheat functionality Control stick can be toggled for a better view of the centre-MFD THIRTEEN LIVERIES   Royal Air Force:  - 3 Squadron  - 11 Squadron  - 29 Squadron Austrian Air Force Spanish Air Force Royal Saudi Air Force  Italian Air Force  - 345 - 2° Stormo  - MM7299 - 4° Stormo  - 36-01 - 10 Gruppo Luftwaffe  - JG73  - JG74 Factory schemes  - DA2 – black  - Grey/white  A layered PSD paint kit is included, featuring individual layers for weathering and detail (Photoshop or similar software required).   OTHER FEATURES   Highly accurate flight dynamics closely simulate the real aircraft's performance envelope Lighting and effects including afterburners, start-up smoke, strobes, recognition and navigation lights Authentic sound set from Turbine Sound Studios delivers the full force of the two Eurojet EJ200 enginesSystem Requirements:Supported OS:  Windows 8,Windows 7,Windows Vista,Windows XPProcessor:  2.0GHz or any Dual CoreRAM:  2 GBHard Disk:  560 MBVideo Card:  512 MB VRAMAdditional Requirements:  Requires Flight Simulator X (Acceleration, Gold or SP2 required), FSX: Steam Edition or Prepar3D v1.
Das Werk

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Austrian Grenadiers and Infantry 1788-1816 (Warrior)
Osprey Publishing
£8.00
Austrian troops played a part in almost every major campaign of the Revolutionary and Napoleonic wars. Austria was probably Napolean's most implacable enemy and, after France, fielded the most formidable army of the period. The troops were recruited from territories as diverse as modern Belgium, the Czech Republic, central Romania and northern Italy, along with volunteers from southern Germany and a few Irishmen. This volume looks at the life and experience of both the ordinary infantry and the veteran elite of the Grenadier battalions, covering everything from their basic training to the horrors of the battlefield.
Genuine Austrian Army Issue Eagle with Flag Hat Cap Beret Pin Badge Cockade

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£5.99
Genuine Austrian Army Issue Hat Cap Beret Pin Badge Cockade
Half Lined Austrian Combat Paratrooper Mountain boots, Grade one
Austrian forces
£14.99
Half Lined Austrian Combat Paratrooper Mountain boots, Grade one
Austrian Army Fatigue Trouser, Tough and Comfortable
austrian forces
£15.99
Austrian Army Fatigue Trouser, Tough and Comfortable
Media Storehouse Framed 10X8 Print Of Battle Of Solferino (624697)
Mary Evans Prints Online
£44.99
FRAMED 10X8 PRINT. 14x12 inch (38x32cm) Xpress Framed with Black Frame (white border) Artwork depicting BATTLE OF SOLFERINO. Austrian forces, opposing the unification of Italy, are defeated in a decisive battle at Solferino, near Verona, Italy, by French and Piedmontese forces. Our quickest to deliver framed 10x8 print, shipped in 3 working days instead of 5. Wood grain effect frame (overall size 14 x12 , 36x32cm) with simulated mount effect
Jagdkommando Austrian Special Forces Embroidered Logo - Full Zip Fleece By Military online

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£29.99
The Female Vampire - Bare Breasted Countess

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£3.49
Austrian m1 helmet
Army Surplus
Manufactured in Europe for ( I believe) the Austrian armed forces, these are an excellent European manufactured M1 combat helmet. The helmets are : Steel shell (outer) Leather or plastic liner (inner). Mainly plastic at the moment. The liner is removable from the helmet. These are all suplied in good used condition. Occasional helmets suffer minor dent(s). Grab a bargain M1 helmet for your collection, reenactment etc. Any questions please ask. Picture is a typical illustration of the helmets we have.
A History of the Art of War in the Sixteenth Century
Papamoa Press
£2.84
THE BEST ACCOUNT OF SIXTEENTH-CENTURY WARFARE BY THE AUTHOR OF A HISTORY OF THE PENINSULAR WARThis is an unrivalled account of sixteenth-century warfare, in which Sir Charles Oman traces the dramatic, far-reaching changes in the military strategy, tactics and organization of the period.Showing how warfare developed, he covers the Great Wars of 1949-1559; military events in Tudor England, including Henry VIII’s continental wars; the French Wars of Religion, 1562-98; the Dutch revolt and war of independence, 1568-1603; and the Turkish offensive against Christendom, from 1520 until the Peace of Sitva Torok in 1606.The battles, sieges and campaigns that Oman examines in detail clarify military development across the century, such as Ravenna (1512), the first battle won by dominance in artillery; Pavia (1525), a ‘victory by surprise’; Pinkie (1547), where an old-fashioned infantry army proved helpless against the combination of all arms; and Arques (1589), exemplifying the defence of a defile by very inferior number.Contemporary maps illustrate many of the actions, and add to the value of this brilliant and lucid history of the art of war.Sir Charles Oman was one of Britain’s foremost historians and a gifted writer. His books, noted for being both scholarly and accessible, include the two-volume History of the Art of War in the Middle Ages, the seven-volume A History of the Peninsular War and others.