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Originally posted by Anti-Evil
reply to post by SWCCFAN
My Son graduated from ft. steward bootcamp. and I approached a full bird and questioned him about the chants the boot recruits were chanting as they moved in formation around the base. I was shocked to say the least.
the chants went something like this:
Hurah!~ I want to shoot somebody
Hurah!~ I want to kill someone
what ever happend to "one two sound off three fourth" you know
the chants that we said when we went through boot camp -
I think they were being brainwashed into being murderers and the full bird - gave me a dirty look and knodded at me looked at the ground and turned away and started talking to another parent.
I wish I recorded the chants for you guys - really, foreign to ole American that was for sure.
[edit on 14-4-2010 by Anti-Evil]
Originally posted by SWCCFAN
Special army unit ready to be deployed on American soil just before Nov. elections
(visit the link for the full news article)
In October of this year, one month prior to the November midterm elections, a special army unit known as 'Consequence Management Response Force' will be ready for deployment on American soil if so ordered by the President.
The special force, which is the new name being given to the 1st Brigade Combat Team of the 3rd Infantry, has been training at Fort Stewart, Georgia and is composed of 80,000 troops.
According to the Army Times,
They may be called upon to help with civil unrest and crowd control or to deal with potentially horrific scenarios such as massive poisoning and chaos
updated 10:32 p.m. EDT, Fri October 3, 2008
Army combat unit to deploy within U.S.
The First Raiders will spend 2009 as the first active-duty military unit attached to the U.S. Northern Command since it was created. They will be based in Fort Stewart, Georgia, and focus primarily on logistics and support for local police and rescue personnel, the Army says.