For the air war; it was 2 US Jets shot down per 1 North Vietnamese MIG shot down. This figure changed after the US Navy's Top Gun (aerial combat) school opened in 1969. For the ground war (involving US Forces), the US almost always considered a kill ratio of 10 to 1 in the US's favor. Reasons: 1. We had the artillery. 2. We had the air power. 3. We had the firepower on the ground. 4. The enemy dragged their Kia's away and/or buried them; therefore we knew there were more bodies than we found. Consequently, the score was higher. If we found 50 bodies; then we estimated they buried the other 50; body count for the battle was therefore 100. 5. The US High Command demanded a high body count.
well, a rapist probably wont kill your sister, where as an enemy soldier is trying to kill you. so you cant kill a rapist, but you can kill an enemy soldier, because the punishment wouldn't fit the crime for rape, where as you want to kill the enemy before they kill you
The difference between a soldier and a guerrilla is that a soldier will kill his enemy, a guerrilla will kill anyone who is not himself.
to kill as many enemy soldiers as possible
a roman soldier would have loads of danger and the danger would be 1. the enemy the enemy would have a weapon and would try and kill you it's there job lolxxxxxx
To kill as many enemy soldiers as possible
To kill as many enemy soldiers as possible. APEX
He wanted the other soldier to "go away - just evaporate."
Someone who has been in combat--a soldier or other member of the military who has had an enemy actively trying to kill him or her.
one to the head works pretty good =)
The strategy in the Vietnam War was to attrit the enemy. Kill more of them than they could of us. The tactic of "Search and Destroy", which resulted in the process of counting bodies (the body count), became the normal function of the Vietnam War.
Kill the enemy.
kill kill and kill
Meaning, you kill the weaker enemy to scare the stronger enemy.
It means when you kill an enemy and that enemy is killing your teammate, thus you rescuing him.
jaguars have no natural enemy. We are major enemy. We kill them for their coats.
To take down the enemy means to kill the enemy
Search and Destroy, Seek and Destroy, or even simply S&D, refers to the military strategy that was deployed during the Vietnam War to search for hidden enemy camps and then to kill everyone there using massive firepower.
They don't but its their duty to kill the enemy.
To kill the enemy.
In the Vietnam War, it was killing more of the enemy then they could kill of allied men. Who could kill the most men, thus wearing their adversary out...causing him to either quite the war, surrender, or just simply be gone (dead).
by going down when the enemy try to kill you
Kill you enemy and than live happily with your ffriend :)
Your enemy. In all history you always were trying to kill Russians.
Get Along With You Enemy Or Kill Your Enemy Or Make Him/Her Disappear