Realpolitik-enforcing American working on becoming a historian and an infantry officer in the United States Army. This blog is random shit I reblog, mainly guns, history, politics, and occasionally animu.

Nazi and Commie punks fuck off.
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Reblogged from djapavlak  16 notek

djapavlak:

sexecutive-outcums:

If you ever think you’re narcissistic, remember I know someone aiming to be in the military who honestly believes he’s Patton’s reincarnation.

Didn’t Patton believe he was Alexander The Greats reincarnation?

He thought he was most famous Generals in history, reincarnated once again.

He was a very weird guy.

Reblogged from sapper-in-the-wire  8 notek
you're a mouthy little twat, you know that? not quite as annoying as sexecutive-outcums, but you still behave like a prick.
Anonim

sapper-in-the-wire:

:DDDD

Guys, this is my first anon hate ever. I feel so accomplished!

You know you’re doing well when neo-nazis start flapping their cunt mouths towards you. Hey! It’s kinda hard to hear you over all that Nazi cum you’re guzzling.

Well I’m here to stay, fascist. (Also, good job sexecutive-outcums, you got a mention too.)
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yeee anon hate

Reblogged from sapper-in-the-wire  124 notki
sapper-in-the-wire:

daubman:

historywars:

Slaughter of Nanking

Are they really Japanese soldiers? I guess not.
Imperial Japanese Army soldiers wore iron helmets, but both in this picture did not. This means they were Korean volunteers in IJA.
Why was this picture taken? For propaganda? For raising the morale?
Were there any advantages to Japan in taking photos like this? Definitely not.
This kind of things are propaganda against Japan spread from China and Korea. Do not spread propaganda without exact understanding!

No, that’s a Japanese standard issue wool cap: http://m.ebay.com/itm/330902675044
Why did they take the picture? It was probably taken by a Japanese soldier, a lot of photographic evidence comes from that. We do have pictures of Japanese soldiers posing with the women they just raped. Similarly, we have photos from the German army of their atrocities. You know what’s strange? This types of photos were often shipped home to the soldier’s family. You cannot underestimate how racist Japan and Germany were.
And remember, a Japanese newspaper ran a story about an officer’s competition to see who could cut off the most Chinese heads in a given timeframe. The winner had collected over 100 heads.
The Japanese people were, and to some extent still are, extremely indifferent to foreigners.

Also fun fact: The newspaper contest was a tie at 110 heads.

sapper-in-the-wire:

daubman:

historywars:

Slaughter of Nanking

Are they really Japanese soldiers? I guess not.

Imperial Japanese Army soldiers wore iron helmets, but both in this picture did not. This means they were Korean volunteers in IJA.

Why was this picture taken? For propaganda? For raising the morale?

Were there any advantages to Japan in taking photos like this? Definitely not.

This kind of things are propaganda against Japan spread from China and Korea. Do not spread propaganda without exact understanding!

No, that’s a Japanese standard issue wool cap: http://m.ebay.com/itm/330902675044

Why did they take the picture? It was probably taken by a Japanese soldier, a lot of photographic evidence comes from that. We do have pictures of Japanese soldiers posing with the women they just raped. Similarly, we have photos from the German army of their atrocities. You know what’s strange? This types of photos were often shipped home to the soldier’s family. You cannot underestimate how racist Japan and Germany were.

And remember, a Japanese newspaper ran a story about an officer’s competition to see who could cut off the most Chinese heads in a given timeframe. The winner had collected over 100 heads.

The Japanese people were, and to some extent still are, extremely indifferent to foreigners.

Also fun fact: The newspaper contest was a tie at 110 heads.

Reblogged from sapper-in-the-wire  5 notek
It's funny because it I'm not even a neo Nazi. I fucking hate fascism in every way. You and Nick act extremely self-righteous, but Nick is worse by far considering he's a fucking motard who thinks he'll get an active duty billet out of ROTC.
Anonim

sapper-in-the-wire:

Ha, well, thought you were from that latest batch of neo-nazism.

"Self-righteous"? You mean we actually use facts and sound reasoning for our opinions? Amazing. I’m guessing you got dunked recently?

>Implying I haven’t given up on ROTC

>Implying I’m a mototard when half my opinions on the military are “You’re doing it wrong”

>Implying Nazism isn’t to be hated at every opportunity

Also how the fuck do you know my name

Reblogged from buttsquadron  9 notek

buttsquadron:

Today’s story is from a 4v4 on Smoke on the Water with sexecutive-outcums and two randoms. I was playing as the USMC and was tasked with securing the eastern area of the volcanic island that was the focus of this battle. Seeing that the enemy had a sizable presence on an isle not far off the coast, I made the call to perform an amphibious assault and seize the isle.

Pic 1: As the landing began, the USS Oliver Hazard Perry provided 76mm gunfire support. Supporting fire from the Perry was credited with the annihilation of nearly half a company of the Soviet Black Sea Marines defending the island.

Pic 2: The first wave. The first assault group sustained 50% casualties due to rocket fire wiping out AAVs before they could hit the beach; however, the surviving elements of the wave secured a foothold for reinforcements.

Pic 3: As the Marines hit the beach, SeaCobra gunships attack armored vehicles further inland.

Pic 4: The initial assault force took the beach, but found that the gunfire from the Perry had ignited the forest. Here, Marines wait near an AAV for the fires to die down enough to advance.

Pic 5: The Soviets attempted to reinforce using helicopters; the Perry’s SM1 missiles prevented that.

Pic 6: Marine assaultmen engage an enemy position with their SMAWs.

Pic 7: In the closing stages of this successful assault, AAVs engage enemy landing craft, which had been providing powerful enough antiair fire with their autocannons that the Marines were denied air support until they could be neutralized.

All in all, the assault went fairly smoothly except for the discovery of the landing ships (several helicopters and a pair of fixed-wing aircraft were shot down before the airspace was closed). Casualties were low, and the entire assault took only a matter of minutes.