Jan 03 2008


Published by at 12:28 pm under Writing Articles

Michael Totten took a picture of this sign from Lima Company.

Lima Company sign, courtesy of Michael Totten

If Illinois’ performance in the Rose Bowl is any indicator, units also get attacked less if they look like Trojans.  

I think the geometry of fires is a set of rules and conditions related to several battalions operating in a close area.
No Marine has been injured in Fallujah for months, leading to interesting techniques to maintain troop alertness.

When Marines are around, it probably isn't just complacency

There are also some borderline-amusing stories about bizarre and dangerous strategies from Iraqi kids to get Americans to give them candy.  (Well, yes, making fake speedbumps on the road will get Marines to dismount, but…)

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