Burglar, held at bay at gunpoint: Aren’t you going to call the cops?
Armed homeowner: Why? No one else knows you’re here but me…
The West has heavier investments in hydroelectric Power.
Arkansas didn’t even score!
Prevalence in the world of marriages between cousins.
Hotchkiss 37mm M1916
The French called it the Canon d’Infanterie de 37 modèle 1916 TRP with the TRP standing for tir rapide, Puteaux (fast-firing, designed by the Atelier de Puteaux).
The 37mm M1916 was used by every US infantry regiment. They deployed in batteries (4-6 guns) 37mm guns – or “one pounders” as the soldiers called them – as organic direct fire support. They were deadly accurate out to 1500-1600m, firing 25-30 rounds a minute in theory, 10 rounds per minute on average in field use. They were intended to take out enemy machine gun emplacements by out-ranging them.
A 37mm gun fitted with telescopic sight in firing position at the American Army Specialists School at Langres, 2 May 1918
American gunners manning a French 37 mm gun in firing position on parapet in second line trench near Diefmatten, 25 June 1918.
They were used by the French, Americans, Italians and Poles as trench guns and later mounted on armored cars.
An O3U Corsair hangs off the edge of USS Lexington (CV-2) after a hard landing, 1933.
This Must Stop!
What about New Mexico or Idaho, or Alabama? Arizona is too hot. They need to keep moving east.