This country is in it’s death throes.
The noise you hear from all sides is the death rattle.
There is no saving it.
Prepare accordingly. Or not.
You have to do the recce to know where to put the MG’s.
Still working on a POI so the class is not so long.
I have used there 5.56 and 9MM before with no issues. There ammo is usually pretty good.
This was probably a fluke. All ammo companies have it happen.
If you have Magtech ammo, check the link.
First Sergeant replied to the topic Secret Commandos: Behind Enemy Lines with the Elite Warriors of SOG in the forum Gear and Book Reviews 5 days, 8 hours ago
Don’t I know it.
Reconnaissance and how important it is. I have known this for years, but he re-enforces how important it is.
With all of the modern technology of today, satellite photos, drones etc. nothing replace a man getting his eyes on target. That has saved my ass more than once.
This book covers the service of Field Marshall Erwin Rommel during WW1. It is written by him and covers all of the battles that he took part in. It is not so much an auto-biography as it is a textbook on leadership and tactics that is still very relevant today.
This version has sketch maps that were included in the original German language…[Read more]
First Sergeant replied to the topic Secret Commandos: Behind Enemy Lines with the Elite Warriors of SOG in the forum Gear and Book Reviews 6 days, 6 hours ago
It will never be written about like it was then but don’t be so sure that things haven’t happened in the past few years. Depends on where you were, who you were with and when.
So I have heard.
What he said is not incorrect. It’s the truth.
My comments on the Civil War, Lincoln and FDR were examples of trying create a narrative that doesn’t exist.
Maybe. Something to experiment with.
I don’t know where to begin with this.
At no time did I try to equate indentured servants with institution of slavery. The lady playing this role didn’t either. She is trying to show another part of the history of this country.
What you are stating is that she is a liar and a fraud because it doesn’t fit with what you believe is true. Al of…[Read more]
I am interested that you say you couldn’t see the Foretrex under NOD’s without using the back light.
I have been using the Foretrex for years, to include using it in Afghanistan. I have always been able to see the screen by adjusting the focus on my 14’s. I experimented again last night. While it is not perfectly clear, it has always…[Read more]
I would hope that most of us know about indentured servants. It is an overlooked part of U.S. history. I’ll let you figure out why.
This lady has done the research on indentured servants and has created a persona based off of her research.
The first video is an interview with her about it and how she got started.
The second one is her in…[Read more]
@Robert, That’s unfortunate. You are the first that I have heard that had issues with an HK-91. The Century Arms ones I have heard of a lot of issues.
Maybe you are cursed.
My experience with the G-3 and the HK-91 mirror @Polynikes.
First Sergeant replied to the topic Review: HEAT 0.5 Combat Rifle Class: Bob & Mike (Father & Son) in the forum Class Reviews 1 week, 5 days ago
That is the fact with post other forums.
Glad to see you here.
First Sergeant replied to the topic Danger Close: The Battle of Long Tan (plus tactical lessons) in the forum Multi Media 1 week, 5 days ago
From what is said early in the documentary I think it is a recreation. Early in the show they talk about how everything coming into the TOC was recorded and logged.
What was the issue with the HK-91?
I have one and have experience with the G-3. Both are damn good rifles.
First Sergeant replied to the topic Danger Close: The Battle of Long Tan (plus tactical lessons) in the forum Multi Media 1 week, 6 days ago
Watch this documentary on Long Tan.
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