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Old 07-21-2006
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Default Mlrs =]

British and the Americans, and I imagine a few other countries have this seriously nifty bit of kit, the MLRS artillery piece, capable of destroying a square kilometer in one salvo. The British Army operate them in 'packs' to really give the enemy a hard time. We are actually developing a lighter version that carries half of the rocket payload as apparently we rarely use all of the launching tubes.
"You are infantry, you are cannon fodder, get over it!" - Sgt. Maj. W. Wilkinson.
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Old 07-22-2006
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Default Still developing a lighter version?

Why don't you save some research money and buy some HIMARS.
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Old 07-24-2006
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Thumbs up that's the idea

Originally Posted by D Yankee (The Zionist) would be fun if UZI and myslef could take a vacation to Israel with some spare time, some black powder, steel tubeing, and a few other odds and ends. We could give Hezbollah a run for their money without even trying. I'm not saying Israel is in the wrong, not by any means. I just hate to see valuable artillery wasted on these fucks.

this would be a real help indeed
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