R.A.S. (English known as Nothing to Report) is a 1973 French-Italian drama from Algerian war directed by Yves Boisset. Tells the story of a group of soldiers, who are for participating in demonstration against the departure of troops into Algeria assigned in the disciplinary unit, led by veterans of the war in Indochina, experienced in all sorts of physical and psychological abuse of their wards and exercise in the massacres of the indigenous population. The only thing able to arouse the soldiers, the hatred for authority. The situation changes the arrival of a new commander.
The following weapons were used in the film R.A.S.:
FN Model 1922
Some of the French soldiers fighting in Algeria are equipped with MAT-49 submachine guns.
Another commonly used weapon by the French troops is British Sterling Mk. IV submachine gun.
The Basic armament of the French police and soldiers is MAS-36 rifle.
French troops commandeered old "Arabized" Martini Henry rifle, who found in Algerian village.
The gunner of French military unit carries a Chatellerault M1924/29 light machine gun.
On the jeep of commander is mounted a Browning M1919A4 machine gun
The Browning M2HB heavy machine gun is mounted on the armory car.
F1 hand grenade
The French troops in Algeria are most typically equipped with F1 hand grenades.
Ordnance QF 2-pounder AT gun
On the base of the French army in the desert is an abandoned British Ordnance QF 2-pounder AT gun.