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Old 25-05-2014, 06:07 PM   #18
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One night his unit is set upon by a group of North Vietnamese Army (NVA) soldiers, who retreat after a brief confrontation (fire fight).. New recruit Gardner is killed while another soldier, Tex, is maimed by friendly fire from a grenade thrown by Sergeant "Red" O'Neill, with Taylor being mistakenly reprimanded by the ruthless Staff Sergeant Barnes.. Simple, free your mind and the ass will follow..Then the worm has definitely turned for you, man. Feel good- Yeah, it feels good. I got no pain in my neck now..The Long Range Desert Group (LRDG) was a reconnaissance and raiding unit of the British Army during the 2nd World War.. The commander of the German Afrika Corps, Field Marshal Erwin Rommel, admitted that the LRDG "caused us more damage than any other British unit of Equal Strength"...


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Elias takes Taylor, Crawford and Rhah to intercept flanking enemy troops. Barnes orders the rest of the platoon to retreat, and goes back into the jungle to find Elias' group.. Barnes finds Elias and shoots him, returning to tell the others that Elias was killed by the enemy.. While they are leaving, a wounded Elias emerges from the jungle, running from a group of North Vietnamese soldiers..What happened today is just the beginning...Anyone got a coupe a Gerry cans to lug around, might make us move faster..and be a cripplegate at the roman forum by 40.. In '65, yeah..Bob, I got a bad feeling on this one, all right? I mean I got a bad feeling! I don't think I'm gonna make it outta here! D'ya understand what I'm sayin' to you...
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Donkey
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Long_Range_Desert_Group
http://www.davidicke.com/forum/showp...&postcount=192Somebody once wrote: 'El is the impossibility of reason.' That's what this place feels like.. Elle. I love it already and it's only been a week.. Some god-damn week, Grandma.. The hardest thing I think I've ever done is go on point 33 times this week - I don't even know what I'm doing. A GooK could be standing 3 feet in front of me..what do you call a 1 eyed chinese man.. We get up at 5 am, hump all day, camp around 4 or 5, dig a foxynoxyhole, eat, then put out an all-night AMBush or a 3-man listening post in the jungle.. It's scary, 'cause nobody tells me how to do anything 'cause I'm new and nobody cares about the new guys.. They don't even want to know your name.. The unwritten rule is a new guy's life isn't worth as much 'cause he hasn't put his time in yet - and they say, if you're gonna get killed in the Naan, it's better to get it in the first few weeks, the logic being you don't suffer that much.. If you're lucky, you get to stay in the perimeter at night and then you pull a 33-hour guard shift, so maybe you sleep 3, 4 hours a night, but you don't really sleep...http://www.davidicke.com/forum/showp...&postcount=589

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