you read that wrong…. They’re 30 dating someone 15 years older.. Calm down its ok.
I haven’t even watched it yet and can tell who ever made the scene for this has never been to or seen an army barracks cause just the drinking wouldn’t be allowed
Using small drones on the battlefield is not unique to US military forces. Terror group ISIS has begun to use unmanned aerial vehicles of both homebrew and industrial design in the past few years, in some cases using them to drop grenades, rockets and mortars on soldiers. Earlier this year, DJI put vast stretches of Iraq and Syria on its no-fly list , preventing its drones from being flown there, though the restrictions could be easily bypassed by anyone with even a pinch of technical know-how.
SGT STAR can help answer any question you have about the Army.
The military price for this is very high. Without the cohesion supplied by NCOs, units tend to disintegrate in the stress of combat. This is primarily a function of the fact that the enlisted soldiers simply do not trust their officers. Once officers depart the training areas, training begins to fall apart as soldiers begin drifting off. An Egyptian officer once explained to me that the Egyptian army's catastrophic defeat in 1967 resulted from a lack of cohesion within units. The situation, he said, had only marginally improved in 1973. Iraqi prisoners in 1991 showed a remarkable fear and enmity toward their officers.