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  1. So much for the legend, then.

    So much for the legend, then.
  2. Beta dog + absence of Alphas = newly minted...

    Beta dog + absence of Alphas = newly minted Alphas. Which also explains France. (Have you been to France? I've lived here for a decade and have noticed no absence of Alphas, actually. Maybe that's...
  3. Wikipedia's aggregate story

    Wikipedia seems to be evolving into a rather efficient news aggregator:

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/2011_Norway_attacks
  4. The FSOT shouldn't be a last-minute decision. It...

    The FSOT shouldn't be a last-minute decision. It rewards humility and preparedness. Military history is of limited utility in passing. Reading a history of the U.s. Supreme Court would be my first...
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    Hey, there Christian! Reading this thread with...

    Hey, there Christian! Reading this thread with interest.

    I developed this game with Chris Engle after originally trying to come up with a way of implementing TacOps in my classroom. After several...
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    See Brian Train's Algeria...

    See Brian Train's Algeria. I think that the simulations and games communities have been so dominated by mathematics-based thinking that language based approaches to the problem have been neglected....
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    En attendant...

    Sur télé 5: http://www.francetvod.fr/site-vod/histoire-de-l-armee-francaise/index-fr.php
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    Not a French Marine, but I know many who are,...

    Not a French Marine, but I know many who are, including members of 1&2 RIMa. Regimental histories are really not my field, but I'll try to put you in touch with someone who can help.
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