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    70. whenever you have plentyammo, you neve you are lowammo, you can't hit the broad sidea barn.

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    71. the more a weapon costs, the farther you will havesendawaybe repaired.


    72. the plexitya weaponinversely proportionaltheof the weapon's operator.


    73. field experiencesomething you don't get until just after you need it.


    74.matter which way you havemarch, its always uphill.


    75.enough datacollected, a boardinquiry can prove anything.


    76. for every action, therean equal and opposite criticism.(in boot camp)


    77. air strikes always overshoot the target, artillery always falls short.


    78. when reviewing the radio frequencies that you just wrote down, the most important ones are always illegible.


    79. those who hesitate under fire usuallynot endkiawia.


    80. the tough part about beingofficerthat the troops don't know what they want, but they know for certain what they don't want.


    81.steal information from a personcalle steal information from the enemycalled gathering intelligence.


    82. the weapon that usually jams when you needthe mostthe m60.


    83. the perfect officer for the job will transferthe day after that billetfilledsomeone else.


    85. the newest and least experienced soldier will usually win the medalhonor.


    86. a purple heart just proves that were you smart enoughthinka plan, stupid enoughtry it, and lucky enoughsurvive.


    87. murphy was a grunt.


    88. beer math --> 2 beers timesmen equalscases.


    89. body count math --> 3 guerrillas plus 1 probable plus 2 pigs equalsenemies killedaction.


    90. the bursting radiusa hand grenadealways one foot greater than your jumping range.


    91. all-weather close air support doesn't workbad weather.


    92. the bat wortha unitinversely proportionalthe smartnessits outfit and appearance.


    93. the crucial rounda dud.


    95. thereno such placea convenient foxhole.


    97.your positions are firmly set and you are preparedtake the enemy assault on,will bypass you.


    98.your ambushproperly set, the enemy won't walk into it.


    99.your flank marchgoing well, the enemy expects yououtflank him.


    100. densityfire increases proportionallythe curiousnessthe target.


    101. odd objects attract fire - never lurk behind one.


    103. the self-importancea superiorinversely proportionalhis positionthe hierarchy (ashis deviousness and mischievousness).


    104. therealways a way, andusually doesn't work.


    105. success occurs whenonelooking, failure occurs when the generalwatching.


    106. the enemy never monitors your radio frequency until you broadcastan unsecured channel.


    107. whenever you drop your equipmenta fire-fight, your ammo and grenades always fall the farthest away, and your canteen always landsyour feet.


    108.soonyou are served hot chowthe field,rains.


    109. never tell the platoon sergeant you have nothingdo.


    111. walking point = sniper bait.


    112. your bivouac for the nightthe spot where you got tiredmarching that day.


    113.only one solution canfound for a field problem, thenis usually a stupid solution.


    115. what gets you promoted from one rank gets you killedthe next rank.


    116.orders canmisunderstood they will be.


    117. odd objects attrac are odd.


    118. your mortar barrage will put exactly one roundthe intende round willa dud.


    119. mine fields are not neutral.


    120. the weightyour equipmentproportionalthe time you have been carrying it.


    122.you needofficera hurry take a nap.


    123. the effective killing radiusgreater than the average soldier can throw it.


    128. when you have sufficient ammo the enemy takes 2 weeks t you are lowammo the enemy attacks that night.


    129. the quartermaster has only two sizes, too large and too small.


    130. the only time suppressive fire workswhenis usedabandoned positions.


    131. when a front line soldier overhears two general staff officers conferring,has fallen back too far.


    132. don't everthe first, don't everthe last, and don't ever volunteerdo anything.


    133.at first you don't succeed, then bomb disposal probably isn't for you.


    134. any ship cana minesweeper...once.


    135. whenever you lose contact with the enemy, look behind you.


    136.you find yourselffrontyour platoon they know something you don't.


    137. the seriousnessa wound (in a firefight)inversely proportionalthe distanceany formcover.


    138. the more stupid the leader is, the more important missionsis orderedcarry out.


    139. when the pinpulled, mr. grenadenot your friend.


    140. allanythe above bined.