With American troops, yes ... but ARVN's had a particularly tough time
saying that, so I retrained mine. ;)
Yep, we were always told that it burns all the way to the bone, and further.
I used it mostly fused to fire as an air burst, on grid points, so I could
get my bearings ... and whenever I was lucky enough be able to see that far.
yeah.. they told us that we were supposed to dig it out and then wrap air tight
and hope it stopped burning... I'm glad that I never had that experience!
ARVN's.. I remember them... Chicken Little was right..
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