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Catfight: Paratrooper against Chekist

Catfight: Paratrooper against Chekist

Catfight: Paratrooper against Chekist by TeeJay87
Catfight: Paratrooper against Chekist by TeeJay87


Alternative version of , also developed from - this time with Penny and Olga wearing their army uniforms:

- Penelope in her US Army 101st Airborne Division with Colonel rank insignia;

- Olga in fatigues she calls "service uniform" - her KGB jacket with Major rank insignia worn to red dress and incomplete pair of shoes.

Feline KGB commissar lost her medals and another shoe during combat with "filthy decadent bourgeoisie American capitalists from NATO".

For those interested - "Pindostan" is rude name Russians use to call the United States of America. I agree, it sounds disgusting, but I haven't made it up myself, 95% of Russians indeed would benefit from savoir-vivre classes.

Penelope Pussycat belongs to PAWS Inc.

Olga Salotchkinaya belongs to me.

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Category Cartoons » Crossovers
Date Submitted
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Dumas on May 26, 2016, 7:55:06 PM

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DumasCool fanart. :-)

TeeJay87 on April 26, 2017, 11:57:26 AM

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Saltwater on April 29, 2016, 2:31:17 PM

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Saltwaternice depiction of the uniforms. :-)

TeeJay87 on April 30, 2016, 2:09:56 AM

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TeeJay87Which also shows two different theories for uniform development:
- since the beginnings of their regular army, Russians have always been designing uniforms allowing to distinguish officers from lower-ranked soldiers at first sight, even from further distances, following simple rule "the higher rank, the greater amount of decorations should the rank's uniform have". It's good strategy for peace time and parades, but wearing golden-threaded rank insignia and characteristic colourful hats in the battlefield easily attracts attention of snipers. Bolshocks often lost their officers in WW2 and Afghanistan due to their exposed uniforms, making them perfect targets for enemies, especially since both the Germans and Mujaheedins had plenty of decent scoped rifles, allowing them to take down popov from range of 2000 miles;
- while Americans focused on making the diversity between officers, NCOs and GI as difficult as possible - first they developed single fashions for all-rank field uniforms, then issued light Winchester M1/M1A1/M1A2 0.30 carbines in WW2 making it staple weapon for NCOs and officers up to colonel rank and since the end of Vietnam War, they started to use miniaturized embroidered rank insignia on field uniforms - as a result, it's difficult to distinguish mere GIs from their NCOs and officers without close examination of their uniform details. The same wise trend has reached the rest of NATO armies.

The picture above is model illustration of those two opposite views - Olga can easily be identified as commander after those huge rank insignia on shoulders, and as Chekist after red stars worn on sleeves. As for Penny, it requires closer examination to see her O-6 rank insignia worn on collar and parachutist badge above the formation tab. ;)

alitta2 on April 29, 2016, 2:54:23 AM

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alitta2This version is great too, as it is set in a more realistic world :D

TeeJay87 on April 29, 2016, 6:24:31 AM

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TeeJay87The uniforms worn by Penny and Olga indicate, that this issue may be happening between 1978 (when BDU pattern was introduced) and nowadays (since those uniforms are fairly available, even with insignia applied).

And the funniest is, that you can combine DnD fantasy with modern or sci-fi times & ; Shadowrun is also neat alternative