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The 5 Most Epic One Man Rampages In the History Of War

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posted on Aug, 11 2012 @ 04:55 AM
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I hate war and its a shame that people are put in these kinds of situations but damn.. you could make movies out of this stuff!

In order to attack, the Rifles would
have to file directly into the death
funnel, in plain view of not only the
machine guns, but also dozens of
grenade-lobbing infantrymen. And for
half an hour, they tried it: The Indian
infantry stormed up the path and was
predictably cut to pieces. They suffered
over 50 percent casualties.

Now you'd think it would be the perfect time to call it a day and take a rain check but no, not when you're Sir Chuck Norris himself..

The Rampage
Singh picked up his submachine gun
and charged up alone toward the AZN
position. The rest of his section (10 or
so men) provided covering fire. He
miraculously made it all the way up the
path while bellowing " Raja
Ramchandra Ki Jai" without being
killed -- despite having grenade blasts
tear off most of his clothes and being
the only (mostly naked, mustachioed,
screaming) target on a one-man-wide
path. At the top of the rocky
escarpment, he jumped into a machine-
gun nest and bayoneted all the
occupants.

But if that wasn't already enough bloodshed for a 2 hour Hollywood epic wait for the sequel..

When Singh realized that all the men
who had been covering him now lay
dead or dying, he reached a plane of
anger as yet unrecognized by our
pitiful Western emotions. He was more
filled with murder than ever, but
tragically, he had just run out of
bullets. And that gave him pause ... for
all of a few seconds, before he started
hurling grenades and charging into
enemy trenches again. He bayoneted
two more occupants before a grenade
explosion tore off half his face, which
he found mildly inconvenient at best:
Not only did it not stop him, it actually
seemed to egg him on.
Now bleeding from multiple shrapnel
wounds and half blind with his own
blood, he charged the second machine-
gun nest and threw a grenade into it,
just as a bullet struck him in the head
and killed him. As he fell, the grenade
exploded, taking out the nest and
winning the battle. He died as he lived:
a hero.

It really is a shame that stuff like this happens but epic nonetheless. The rest are here.




posted on Aug, 11 2012 @ 05:12 AM
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i lol'd.



posted on Aug, 11 2012 @ 05:13 AM
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All I could hear in my head as I read about Singh was this...


Not many have testicles that gigantic on the battlefield.
 
edit on 11/8/12 by murkraz because: (no reason given)



posted on Aug, 11 2012 @ 05:50 AM
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The Real Rambo.



posted on Aug, 11 2012 @ 06:43 AM
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Hey, I'll tell you a story that makes these guys look like pussycats.

In around 964, there was an Icelander called Egill Skallagrimsson. Who faught with his Vikings, along side the English king against the Scotts and Danes, in Danalog (That's in England, for those who don't know).

During his battle, he lost his brother ... and through sheer rage, he ravaged single handedly through the Scottish army and gave Victory to the King. During that night, the King noticed that Egill had not satisfied his blood thirst, and out of fear of Egills state of rage, as well as the English King probably also wanted some more of those damn Scots and Danes dead anyway. So, he told Egill that he had 1 day, he could rampage through the forrest and avenge his brothers death upon those bloody Scotts.

And Egill did, he rampaged through the forrest and murdered any man he could get, and to such a degree, that some English gentlemen suggested He should be charged with crimes against humanity, some 1000 years after his death. I guess a lot of Scotts and English peed in their pantiehose that night ...

Now, that's a rampage ...

The English king, also gave Egill a lot of gold and silver for his "well rendered" services. That Gold and Silver is still burried somewhere in Iceland, for those who wanna go look for treasure.



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posted on Aug, 11 2012 @ 07:31 AM
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Crazy, I read that exact same thing last night! I was browsing Stumbleupon.


Alot of those stories do sound far fetched but we as humans are capable of doing incredible things.

Btw, Does anybody remember Bob Ross? The guy that painted "happy trees" and stuff? That dude was a sniper!



posted on Aug, 11 2012 @ 12:16 PM
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No words can sum up the amount of testicular fortitude this man possessed.



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