Hackers for Hire!, submitted by Spede. Here's a great idea: How about "Web Designers for Hire"? These guys could really use them. Thanks to their supreme hacking skills, the entire site is nearly impossible to navigate without the use of narcotics.
Among the infantry's basic fundamentals are the principles of war, the elements of combat power, and the tenets of AirLand Battle. These fundamentals have application at the platoon and squad level. This section provides the mission of the inf antry and the doctrine principles basic to the infantry rifle platoon and squad. These principles form the basis for platoon and squad tactics, techniques, procedures, and drills. This section also discusses the elements of combat power and the skills req uired of leaders and soldiers at the small-unit level.
b. Success in battle hinges on the actions of platoons and squads in close combat; on their ability to react to contact, employ suppressive fires, maneuver to a vulnerable flank, and fight through to defeat, destroy, or capture the enemy. The successfu l actions of small units relies on the ability of leaders and soldiers to use terrain to good advantage; to operate their weapons with accuracy and deadly effect; to out think, out move, and out fight the enemy.
Huh? Did Jeff K. haX0r these guys and include some crap from a Counterstrike-obsessed fansite? Or has the gamma radiation from their computer monitors fried their hacking brains? Got me, but the mere thought of overweight, balding computer geeks with machine guns scares the crap out of me. Mission accomplished!
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