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What was Hitler's obsession with Stalingrad?
Why was it deemed strategically important, worthy of an entire army and almost a year of constant fighting? Not to mention preventing that army from breaking out, letting it be destroyed completely and with it, 300k of the best men the Wehrmacht could muster at the time. A blow from which it never fully recovered, and it was unable to obtain a strategic victory on the Eastern Front for that reason afterwards.
Why not focus on the oil fields completely? Instead, Hitler sent the best forces to worthless Stalingrad, dispatching smaller divisions to take oil fields. And oil is what Germany desperately needed.
Of course Goering was in charge of utilizing the resources in occupied territories and was an abysmal failure at doing so anyway. So I guess it's a moot point.
hunting weapon thread
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Post whatever you use to hunt. Whether it be a rife or a bow or a shotgun or a pistol, etc.
Pic related for me. I use a Kimber 8400 Montana chambered in .300 Win Mag to hunt big game. Deer, bear, elk, caribou, moose. Absolutely love the rifle
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USAF Security Forces Tactical Response Force, cops, but kind of cool cops that made it past guarding a gate, mostly. So why all the hate towards USAF SecFo and not other MP style troops? These guys have the option to attend US Army Ranger school, a counter sniper school, a Army marksmanship school, jump school, and a K9 handling school. Obviously they have the chance to become operator tier troops, and a lot of them actually do, but they still get shit on. What are the thoughts of night /k/ on USAF Security Forces, and why?
Cuts for Dummies!
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As bloodthirsty, violent, neckbearded, and slightly autistic individuals, we /k/ommandos have an almost sexual attraction to all things sharp. Knives, swords, dragon dildos, halbards, axes, All of that nonsense.
But none of us like getting cut. Because fuck, that shit hurts. So, todays guide will be on LACERATIONS AND INCISIONS! For those with a less than stellar vocabulary, that means cuts and shit.
Today we are going to cover The physiology involved in cuts, an analysis of vital points, methods of cleaning lacerations, and finally methods of closing lacerations. This guide will be short, sweet, and hopefully informative
As always, comments/changes/questions are always appreciated, and I really, really need a topic for tomorrow, so suggest one. All previous guide will be >>12837084 Unless that thread has 404'd. Enjoy!