Marine Medium Tilt Rotor Squadron 263 (strengthened) what does the reinforced mean? Sometimes so it has additional detachments/units temporarily that it is above its authorized strength, but usually ...
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- Marine Medium Tilt Rotor Squadron 263 (Reinforced) what does the reinforced mean?
- Sometimes that it is above its authorized strength, but usually that it has additional detachments/units temporarily assigned to it.
- Didn't know Americans wore stahlhelms
- MG Hogg walking around the Mesa Verde and suddenly notices the twin-mount .50 station. His eyes glaze over and a kid's grin sunrises his face. "Capt Bligh, I wish to conduct an impromptu live fire training exercise, Make It Happen!" "But Sir, we're not finished with the ship tour..." now..... Yes Sir! RHIP......
- Look at that facking optic... That's probably like 15-20K worth of glass there.
- What does it do, xray vision through your clothes?
- Yes and the 3 people behind you, great for runway model shows
- It's basically the optic on the man-portable railguns from the movie Eraser.
- Hopefully he didn't hit any whales.
- He only does that when he gets home.
- More accurately, he goes Hogging. ... I'll show myself out...
- It's OK, he's the very model of a modern major general.
- The venerated, Virginian, veteran who's men are all lining up to put me up on a pedestal
- This was a pretty recent one and I can't seem to find it...
- OP of the TIFU deleted the post :/
- What's the fire rate on something that? The dude manning it looks comically small next to that fackhueg scope and belt fed reciever Read more comments