is it true that in the navy you have to shoot with the intention to kill and not just deform, maim, and stop the enemy? i heard quite recently its strongly frowned upon to only use a just amount of force.
the idea is to shoot at the centre of the target mass. shooting someone in a limb is wild west fantasy stuff.
BTW the 5.56 rifle is designed to wound. the philosophy being a wounded man takes 3 people off the battlefield. the old L1A1 was designed to rip apart.
Well all my family been forces an nobody ever made officer whereas i was told to do it by my ACLO, even thought i been given that job i don't wanna be treated any different. I would rather be in same shit as my lads than in a cushy office what ya learn i there???
Well seeing as i acheived 9A* and 2A's in my GCSE's i think my ACLO can sleep safe in the knowledge that im not a dumbass and reading an earlier post about a weapon being 'too heavy' for an officer inspired me to write.