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Nice Huey Pilot Round on Quang Tri

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    DiAge87
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    Perhaps a little boring for some because i don’t kill anybody.
    Still, popping ~25 Soldiers on the objective D in Quang Tri makes it nearly impossible to capture.

    Really liked that round evenso being killed at the end was a little bit sad.

    The machine-gunners' dreams of point blank fire into serried masses of Emus were soon dissipated. The Emu command had evidently ordered guerrilla tactics, and its unwieldy army soon split up into innumerable small units that made use of the military equipment uneconomic. A crestfallen field force therefore withdrew from the combat area after about a month.

    - D.L. Serventy, ornithologist on the Emu War from 11–12.1932 between Royal Australian Artillery and 20,000 emus

    Emus outlasted!

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    Pretty nice and cool

     

    PS: i saved its in the screenshots and movies section

    Thanks

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    First i was irritated that i didn’t knew this section, but you just made this, right?
    It is definitely a good idea, so the normal RS2 Sections isn’t spammed too much.
    Thank you. 🙂

    The machine-gunners' dreams of point blank fire into serried masses of Emus were soon dissipated. The Emu command had evidently ordered guerrilla tactics, and its unwieldy army soon split up into innumerable small units that made use of the military equipment uneconomic. A crestfallen field force therefore withdrew from the combat area after about a month.

    - D.L. Serventy, ornithologist on the Emu War from 11–12.1932 between Royal Australian Artillery and 20,000 emus

    Emus outlasted!

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