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Re: GMS vs Infantry

From: "Andrew Martin" <Al.Bri@x...>
Date: Sun, 5 Mar 2000 12:11:18 +1300
Subject: Re: GMS vs Infantry

And don't forget Full Metal Atkinson, the combat engineer. I don't think
he'd like being lumped in as a soldier. :-)

Andrew Martin
Who's just a programmer...
ICQ: 26227169

----- Original Message -----
From: "Laserlight" <>
To: <gzg-l@CSUA.Berkeley.EDU>
Sent: Sunday, 5 March 2000 11:48 AM
Subject: Re: GMS vs Infantry

> (Snip: Scott asking Los about his qualifications to talk about
> combat)
> >> This is funny....
> It was, indeed.
> Scott, on this list, you generally have to start by assuming
> people who are doing the talking probably know quite a bit about
> what they're talking about.  We recognize this is unusual--and I
> say that in all seriousness.	We have at least one military
> programmer, a weapons designer, several professional soldiers, a
> one naval officer (temporarily off list at the moment), a number
> of astronomers and people in related fields, a pathologist (I
> think--still here?), a biologist or two, plus--since we're doing
> introductions--St^3 Jon (Tuffley), Aaron "Teske Field" Teske,
> whose dice always roll high; Indy "Inverse Teske Field" Kochte,
> whose dice--at least for p-torps--have five 1's and a 2; and
> myself, who am not especially expert at anything but I'm always
> willing to chime in anyway.....
> Welcome to the list!

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