Light engineers must be proficient in marksmanship, demolitions, light infantry skills, and field-expedient engineering. Because of the austere conditions in which they operate, light engineers must have knowledge of all weapons in their unit, an intimate understanding of the weapons systems of the forces they support, and a working knowledge of the enemies' weapons. The close combat skills of light engineers must be unequaled. They must hold total confidence in their abilities to apply these skills and tools.
317th Eng (Combat Mech)
864th Eng (Combat Hvy)
A&B Plt. (ABN), 6th Eng, 6th ID (Arctic Light)
Co.C. 307th Eng. (ABN), 82nd Airborne Div.
Last edited by Gator 82; 06-09-2008 at 04:29 PM.
No Gator, I got booted off again, shit happens! Yep I typed 2 finger for 20 minutes and lost it all, shit.
will go thru that again.
? 1. never was in Ap Bia neither was Sky.
? 2. many missions across the river, not sanctioned as any history buff would know.
Yep, real fishy as in fayetteville whore from all the 82nd jumping in there.
Watch Sky's blood pressure, sharks are gonna get him
Skywalker, I actually love this shit, so chew away, kick hard, down but not out.
Sky, no 'hero' not dead yet, how is your heart doing?
Ban this cock-sucker.
You can't train for a kick in the balls!
Ace, I have a news flash for ya, none on here can dishonor my service because my papers are in order, fact not bullshit, like most of this here. Whatever happened to
'The Airborne brotherhood' or did it just get washed away with a daily 'douche'?
Just curious--still 'AIRBORNE' even after death!
Nope, didn't think being a 'Ranger' was good enough for me. besides i was drafted.
Gator, I did answer the ? go back in the thread.
I will answer them again, just for you.
Question 1. is . no, I have never been in Ap Bia=the Ashau valley, and neither was he.
question 2. we did missions across the river without permission ie. Geneva Convention rules, and this at times was a mistake, but on purpose a lot of times, ask any LRRP or even Ranger recon team.