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#227 - neosonic
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(04/28/2013) [-]
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#238 to #227 - stgfilitov
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#267 to #238 - ramblinman
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#349 to #267 - stgfilitov
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#260 - thebrifromhell
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"Don't forget," Patton barked, "you men don't know that I'm here. No mention of that fact is to be made in any letters. The world is not supposed to know what the hell happened to me. I'm not supposed to be commanding this Army. I'm not even supposed to be here in England. Let the first bastards to find out be the Goddamned Germans. Some day I want to see them raise up on their piss-soaked hind legs and howl, 'Jesus Christ, it's the Goddamned Third Army again and that ********************** Patton'."
#127 - onceman
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Didn't the Vietnamese pretty much beat America in 'Nam?
The Oriental are known to be an organized and maticulate people.
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#152 to #148 - onceman
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yeah, that's why I said "pretty much" I mean it looked like they were winning, but you never know.
#166 to #127 - anon
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unless I am completly wrong and I don't think I am we quit the war, in fact after the tet offensive we had demolished the vietcong (besides some pockets of resistance) and seriously ****** up the vietminh. If we had stayed in the war just a bit longer we would have won and Vietnam would be a republic. Though we did take a beating in the war, mainly because we didn't understand guirrella (not sure of spelling) tactics like we do now.
#202 to #127 - keiishiyama
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It wasn't a military defeat. It was political sabotage.

Not trying to brag or be arrogant, but America has technically never lost a war militarily.
#155 to #127 - nitsuan
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Not really. We lost, but we didn't lose because of an almighty NVA enemy. We had ******** policies in the war and no support from home, you can't fight a war like that. The casualty rates tell you who was really better.

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#81 - anon
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America since 1879 AD, approximately, has fueled 72 fire of war in the world, either directly or through intermediaries others. It categorized the most horrible in the history of human life.
#165 to #81 - defender
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and your point is?
#122 to #81 - fishtacos
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I think you just accidentally that whole comment.
#170 - moustachefingers
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Comically related.
#255 to #170 - konradkurze
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#14 - axelius
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or they just spend more money on army equipment than anybody else in the world
#45 to #14 - thesuperhanz
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They have such a high causality rate in Afghanistan
#94 to #45 - anon
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The Soviets lost around 14,500 soldiers while they were there for 9 years. America lost 2,200 in 11 years. One number is bigger than the other.
#328 to #94 - thesuperhanz
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why am I getting down voted? it's a fact 2,200 is a large number compared to Britain's 441
#18 to #14 - dilara
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truth
#137 to #14 - Fgner
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Except that in WWII and WWI we didn't. We were pretty bad in terms of military equipment and technology. It was only after WWII when America used the destruction of European factories to gain a huge economic boost that we started our superpowerness. As our economy grew, more skilled and intelligent people came to the country to join in the wealth.

Before we got caught up in the great wars we didn't have any interest in fighting anyone - and just had enough to say "please leave us alone - we have no intention of fighting anyone".
#270 - iheartidiots
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'Murica
#321 to #270 - potatotown
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Is that Donald Glover?
#272 to #270 - heyguyth
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Neither *do our enemies.
Does is singular.
#277 to #272 - iheartidiots
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#283 to #277 - heyguyth
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i lol'ed
#287 to #272 - jaggedpvp
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The spelling mistake is on purpose
#235 - lolfire
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Plug the controller into controller port two America.
That way he won't be able to read your mind !
#219 - workablenathan
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#197 - superowned
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**superowned rolled a random image posted in comment #185 at That's just harsh.. **
#136 - anon
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Let it be. Making fun at america is just like bullying a retarded kid. He will never get the hints.
#154 to #136 - anon
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Or rather we don't care.
#161 to #154 - anon
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Update your educational system and then we will talk.
#188 to #136 - tyroneisanigger
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I laughed way to hard at the good job anon.
I'm also American.
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#319 - usmcoorah
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“Do not attack the First Marine Division. Leave the yellowlegs alone. Strike the American Army.” Orders given to Communist troops in the Korean War; shortly afterward, the Marines were ordered to not wear their khaki leggings.

"They're on our right, they're on our left, they're in front of us, they're behind us; they can't get away from us this time."
Chesty Puller, USMC, Chosin Reservoir, Korean War

"Old breed? New breed? There's not a damn bit of difference so long as it's the Marine breed." Chesty Puller, USMC

Oo ******* rah. Semper Fidelis.
#330 to #319 - majortomcomics
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What a ******* bad-ass.
#333 to #330 - usmcoorah
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Hes the modern day Chesty Puller. One of my idols too.
#304 - majortomcomics
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They do practice chaos. And it is effective, it is what has gotten them to the top.

"Show me a man who will jump out of an airplane, and I'll show you a man who'll fight."

Author: General James Gavin

Those words were spoken of the Airborne, when it was a crazy thought. But it brought death from above. It was effective.
#240 - slone
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keep 'em guessin' son, keep 'em guessin'.
#245 to #240 - smokingman
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Code Monkeys?
#248 to #245 - slone
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yup
#306 to #240 - quentintin
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i love that show
#169 - zzRedzz
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All ya'll ****** are gettin' indicted.
#171 to #169 - yuukoku
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#206 to #171 - thefortysecond
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#345 to #206 - yuukoku
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#271 - levchenko
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Seems legit?
#273 to #271 - majortomcomics
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They are taken from Russian documents, they aren't going to say which ones, but one can assume it was a planning document from the cold-war. It doesn't really need to be titled differently, it sounds very unofficial, but there's really no other way to put it.
#282 to #273 - fuckincanuck
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why not say which one? :P
#296 to #282 - majortomcomics
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I believe it's interesting in and of itself that they observed that, which is true. Also can't imagine that the documents themselves would be open to the public. I think it's just a fun tidbit.
#278 to #273 - levchenko
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Its fake and gay...
#298 to #278 - majortomcomics
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It is true of the American Military, so I would not doubt this documents validity.
#303 to #298 - levchenko
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Looks like Propaganda to me...

Typical "Murica"

#309 to #303 - majortomcomics
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America is not typically one to use propaganda. They are words of encouragement, I think. They are encouraging you to go ******** on the enemy. The message tells you to trust instinct.
#314 to #309 - levchenko
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"America is not typically one to use propaganda"

The Soviet Union said the same thing...
#325 to #314 - majortomcomics
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The Soviet Union used much propaganda. As did the u.s. Please, allow me to reword. This was a military manual, propaganda would not be used in it, they are already going to war. Basically the only propaganda the U.S, used was in times of war, and that was encouraging people to enlist.
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#22 - jurto
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Why all this military posts? I missed something?
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