I’d like a clear copy of this. The link from Richard has his website and contact info. I might contact him. I saw this video 15 years ago and thought “Man that guy sharp.” I like the two sly buggers behind the wall. SMOKED!
Art Alphin and I had overlapping tours as instructors at West Point in the 1980s. He taught in the Department of History. I taught in Department of Geography and Computer Science. He is definitely a unique and knowledgeable guy.
...impressive...!! Having fired BAR's,1917/1919/M2HB and M16's...I'd choose the BAR over everything else to carry in an open 1K+yd field of battle. For city or towns...the M16. To defend a fixed position...the 1919A4 or the 1917...and of course the M2HB .50 BMG as the best all-around defensive champion in that enviroment
Somewhere in there,I'd also favor the Vickers for a fixed position. All depends on where,how much ammo and amount of men available for different situations and fields of battle.
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