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TheRedMan45

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About TheRedMan45

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  • Birthday 10/02/1945

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  1. Time to brag

    Usually 1 mb per second and if im lucky ill get 2 mb on my hotspot
  2. Hello. Konichi'wa. Hallo. Hola.

    How come you aint gettin tired of PR after 15 damn years?
  3. REEEEEEEEEE YUO STEAL MY MG YUO FACK*N NUB!!!!!!!! NAO I KILL YUO
  4. =VG= PR Event

    Damn. Guess well wait
  5. =VG= PR Event

    Nice event but 3 am is too late for me
  6. Beirut event in a nutshell

    The Logi that ended up in the water was not my fault. Its Sugar's
  7. =VG= PR Event

    Oh gosh 3am
  8. T-51 sucks maaan

    X-01 for real papa's

  9. Napalm

    Wait really?
  10. Napalm

    Napalm is an incendiary mixture of a gelling agent and a volatile petrochemical (usually gasoline (petrol) or diesel fuel). The title is a portmanteau of the names of two of the constituents of the original thickening and gelling agents: co-precipitated aluminium salts of naphthenic and palmitic acids.Napalm B is the more modern version of napalm (utilizing styrene derivatives) and, although distinctly different in its chemical composition, is often referred to simply as "napalm". The first use of napalm occurred on July 23, 1944, during pre-invasion air strikes on the island of Tinian, part of the Marianas island chain in the Pacific. It was used by the Allied Forces in World War II against cities in Japan. The primary dispersment of napalm was through the usage of 165-gallon containers. The bombs were longer than a tin can, but about as big around. They fell to earth trailing cloth tails that fluttered behind them. A single firebomb dropped from an airplane at low-altitude was capable of producing damage to a 2500-yd2 area. In targeted Japanese cities, napalm bombs burned out 40% of the land area. In a Japanese residential neighborhoods with wood and paper houses, there was no way to fight the fires. On March 9 and 10, 1945, US forces dropped more than 1,500 tons of napalm bombs, all produced at Rocky Mountain Arsenal, on Tokyo. The resulting firestorm destroyed enormous sections of the city. In the battle of Iwo Jima, aircraft from small escort aircraft carriers delivered napalm bombs and rockets to the island and supported US troops. Napalm became an intrinsic element of U.S. military action during the Vietnam War as forces made increasing use of it for its tactical and psychological effects.Reportedly about 388,000 tons of U.S. napalm bombs were dropped in the region between 1963 and 1973, compared to 32,357 tons used over three years in the Korean War, and 16,500 tons dropped on Japan in 1945. In late 1997, Turkey launched attacks on Kurdish villages in Northern Iraq. Turkey said that they were pursuing the PKK into Northern Iraq. The use of napalm and cluster bombs against civilians in Northern Iraq was part of Turkey's military efforts against the Kurds. International law does not specifically prohibit the use of napalm or other incendiaries against military targets, but use against civilian populations was banned by the United Nations Convention on Certain Conventional Weapons (CCW) in 1980.Protocol III of the CCW restricts the use of all incendiary weapons, but a number of countries have not acceded to all of the protocols of the CCW. According to the Stockholm International Peace Research Institute (SIPRI), countries are considered a party to the convention, which entered into force as international law in December 1983, as long as they ratify at least two of the five protocols. Approximately 25 years after the General Assembly adopted it, the United States signed it on January 21, 2009, President Barack Obama's first full day in office.Its ratification, however, is subject to a reservation that says that the treaty can be ignored if it would save civilian lives. Napalm isnt illegal Jersans,which mean I can bomb the Chinese with napalm if I want to. Not a warcrime too
  11. Game Night

    Sounds good but I sucked at deployment and has no money
  12. hello,

    And I am the great RedMan,Hero of the NCR,a famous witch doctor and the conqueror of France
  13. How can I be an effective Squad Leader?

    We did it bois
  14. How can I be an effective Squad Leader?

    Ok,but what if a SQL with full squad doesnt have a mic? When I need assistance,the leader would just ignore it which led to me and my squad struggling to take over Hill Base and Pig Farm during a match on Qwai River. They would attack the enemy base instead. Anyway to make them listen?
  15. How can I be an effective Squad Leader?

    These are great but sometime being a SL is stressful to me because I am supposed to guide my mates to victory. I got best squad sometime but only because my mates played this game alot
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