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Old 11-12-2012, 07:53 AM   #61
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Sorry to be off topic, but I thought "AO" meant area of operation. Any ground pounders feel free to correct. Let's get real here people, in an emergency which comes first: the "law" or your family? Most like me would say family, therefore the "law" isn't the "law" in my book. Putting on a govt or state issued piece of clothing doesn't trump my or my families safety. No disrespect to LEOs or MIL personnel, just saying...

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Marine Gen. Chesty Puller was in Korea when the Chinese swarmed out and nearly overwhelmed his troops. Some one asked him if he was retreating--his reply--"hell no, am just attacking in the other direction". They did and fought their way back south. Gen. Patton said in talking about the Maginot line (defensive line of forts/bunkers/walls between Germany/France)--"Fixed fortifications are a monument to the stupidity of man". Like another said--nothing dishonorable about a strategic withdrawal. A plan without fall back positions/escape routes/rally points/caches is a "plan to fail".

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Actually it can be used either way since if you are "operating" in a area you are also "occupying" said area.


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Sorry to be off topic, but I thought "AO" meant area of operation. Any ground pounders feel free to correct. Let's get real here people, in an emergency which comes first: the "law" or your family? Most like me would say family, therefore the "law" isn't the "law" in my book. Putting on a govt or state issued piece of clothing doesn't trump my or my families safety. No disrespect to LEOs or MIL personnel, just saying...
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Did anyone ever think a soft drink would be banned? FOOG has taken on a whole new meaning and its not really always for our good, often it advantages those in charge. They will take our weapons if they want, some of us will die trying to protect what we think is ours but just like our land, its only ours if they agree it is and we pay taxes.

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Looks like a stalemate to me, because the ones without the guns won't get off

their lazy asses and do something about it...

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