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BUMBLEBEE on 5th Apr 2020, 11:45 AM

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lirvilas on 5th Apr 2020, 8:58 PM

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figures that the first guy to be slow enough for LT to draw a bead is a friendly

BUMBLEBEE on 5th Apr 2020, 9:23 PM

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Deer in the headlights

One of Murphy's Combat Laws

Gerald Ney on 5th Apr 2020, 9:48 PM

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"The only thing more accurate than enemy fire is friendly fire."

BUMBLEBEE on 6th Apr 2020, 4:41 PM

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I read a statistic back in the eighties, probably apocryphal, that the first Marine casualty in every war the Marines were in was one Marine shooting another one. I want to say it was Dunnigan who wrote it... at the time I just thought he was being a dick, but now I think we all know how easy a mistake it is to make...

Addendum to Murphy's Combat Laws

Gerald Ney on 8th Apr 2020, 9:43 PM

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"Murphy was a Grunt."

Vietnam Vet Tin O'Brien's New Book

Gerald Ney on 12th Apr 2020, 11:23 PM

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O'Brien {If I Die in a Combat Zone, Going After Cacciato, The Things They Carried) first became a father at 50. He addresses his sons in his first book in 18 years: Dad's Maybe Book, Rave review and excerpt in the March/April 2020 VVA Veteran; which I've read. The writing's sharp and bluntly describes infantry as sleep deprived pack mules on a side by side comparison of the newbie grunt's first Search & Destroy operation in May 1969 and the British Redcoats' march to Concord in April, 1775.

Miaubol on 18th Jun 2020, 8:02 AM

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sometimes it *does* pay off to hesitate..

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