Discussion in 'Off Topic Area' started by Cougar_v203, May 15, 2006.
yes indeed 8)
are US soldiers taught martial arts as well?
yes they are... >.>
Step on the tangos. They go squish.
only if they are good.
If we had those in the US Army I would enlist tomorrow!!!! :woo: :woo:
they also have to be ninja-pirates with penguins on their shoulders and they must be equipped with laser beams they shoot out lovely fragrent smells when they hit the targets.
The US army is one step ahead of you, in probably one of the least ethical uses for robotics to date.
> Robots in Iraq <
Besides, mechs have been around for thousands of years.
we need Black Mask in Iraq then~
*calls jet li*
oh, so it's always easier to learn to shoot that to break necks
yea pretty much
I would too!
lol hell yea! did you know that jesus piloted a mech? it wasn't stated in the bible but it's true!
You mean Jesus Hong?
So how exactly is minimizing the exposure and danger to troops the "least ethical" use of a robot?
Because if you are a naive leftie anything our troops do is evil and the tangoes are only doing it because they did not get enough hugs when they were little. WHy can't we all just get along :cry:
Mech suits! SWEET!
Specialized training is not offered in the first year of service for most enlisted personnel. (some one that is ex-military could better answer this). I lived and worked several ex-Marines, Army, and Airforce personnel and all of them received some sort of basic hand to hand combat training. Some of the training comes directly from Martial Arts. As one moves through the ranks, the ability to train in the Martial Arts, or learn higher levels of hand to hand combat can be achieved. Again, this is only from my knowledge of having lived and worked around several military people and bases! :Angel:
notice the words jesus and bible...all in one sentence that should give you an idea who i'm talking about
All we need to do now is begin work on a stardrive and we are on track with btech timeline.
Can't wait for PPCs to be invented
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