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#1 A couple of empty seats at the mess tent that evening I would guess.
Posted by Besoeker 2012-09-09 08:02||
#2 Why are anti-tank firing positions generally placed to the front left, or right of prepared infantry fighting positions or skirmish lines ?
a. Better side view and shot of approaching tanks or armored vehicles.
b. Opportunity to engage armor in advance of it's reaching skirmish line and prepared positions.
c. Anti-tank weapons draw tank fire.
d. All of the above.
Posted by Besoeker 2012-09-09 08:27||
#3 270 degrees of coverage if placed on the weakside flank. 360 degrees if you don't mind firing over your own infantry.
Posted by Skidmark 2012-09-09 09:35||
#4 Good pictures. That RPG didn't help, I think.
Posted by Skidmark 2012-09-09 09:41||
#5 #4 Good pictures. That RPG didn't help, I think.
the last thing that went through the back guy's mind? That RPG
Posted by Frank G 2012-09-09 11:42||
#6 People saying it's photoshopped, I think they are right. The chair not being sent flying, and in the third picture of "the hit" the man with his hand on the middle ones shoulder is...still having his hand on the middle guys shoulder.
Posted by Charles 2012-09-09 14:51||
#7 Possibly. Then again, the concussion would travel slower than the flash. Especially for a camera.
Posted by Pappy 2012-09-09 19:47||