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Post  SuperDave Tue Nov 15, 2011 8:50 am

WOW!!! The "search" function works super!

My thread on painting camo finishessaw some very helpful reposonses which my be recalled in the "search" function. And here I thought they had been lost forever never to be seen again!

"Search" is a great "working tool" for us all. I'd like to thank all the contributors to my camo thread.
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Post  SuperDave Tue Nov 15, 2011 9:04 am

BTW, I STILL say "clowning in combat" doesn't happen and from my own experience as a vet. Fictions and rememberances may have it otherwise for reasons that I seriously don't understand.

The principle motive in combat is self-presvervation of oneself and colleagues in arms while under fire and accomplishing the mission at hand.

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