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  1. Dig Hill 80: Excavating an Endangered WW1 Battlefield
  2. General Jack Ripper

    Weapons of West Point Lectures

    Merry Early Christmas everyone! I've hosted as many of the Colonel Alphin lectures I could find, in the best quality available. They are posted here in a playlist for easy viewing, with 14 videos in total. I still cannot find a few selected examples, such as Crossbow versus Longbow, Custer's Last Stand, and the ones about Tanks. Anyway, Merry Christmas, and Happy Holidays, etc.
  3. While I find it disturbing that I can find these open source on the web might as well put them to good use. I can tell you that the SBCt ( Stryker Brigade Combat Team) manuals are the legitimate ones Strongly suggest any serious CMSF or CMBS player really take a look at the SBCT Company manual. I have noticed the missions involving Strykers tend to get you blown up alot if you try and use the ICV like an IFV. Conventional Army Mission for Strykers is to work supported by heavy mech or lots of arty in Urban terrains against limited armor. the Most dangerous thing in a Stryker is the Dismounts. It is just a Taxi. But here is the link http://armypubs.army.mil/doctrine/7_Series_Collection_1.html