Moving this here.
Haha, because of the Romanian take on the desert DPM or the tailoring of the BDU? Or both?
That's quite refreshing, since many Romanians consider their education system to be in a shambles. The boys over there might say the same.
I suppose you've come across the variants with folding stocks. The things are quite old, being based on designs from 1963, 1965 or 1986. You might find the odd AK being chambered in 5.45. Anyway, firing those and the PSLs should be a blast, I hope you'll get to do that. Do tell about the experience if you can.
The Romanian military rarely issues optics to regular units, if ever. You might see a couple of exceptions, but they are often the end result of servicemen investing their own money in buying and assembling any bling to anything issued to them. This is frowned upon in some places due to an obsession with uniformity and it's quite a financial effort especially for enlisted personnel. Anyway, it's not my intention to paint too bleak a picture.
I'm not familiar with the amount of MOUT stuff the regular units do, but I'd imagine that it's somewhat emphasized during the workup to a deployment and not that much otherwise. I could be wrong.
Good to hear.
Romanian SOF is a different story in many aspects and I think they have an excellent reputation in Afghanistan.