"Because in Cyberspace, no one can hear you scream."
Tuesday, April 26, 2005
US marines who suffered the highest casualty rate of any unit in Iraq have revealed that they were so short of soldiers that they used cardboard dummies to fool insurgents into believing that they faced more men.
Company E of the First Marine Division dressed the cutouts in camouflage shirts and placed them in observation posts to trick Iraqi rebels into thinking that they were manned.
If the terrorists are too scared to even approach U.S. "dummies" for fear of getting thrashed by the military, what are they going to do when Iraqi soldiers really beef up their security? These "dummies" are showing how low moral must be among the terrorists, as they are realizing that a full functioning Iraqi democracy is becoming an ever closer reality as each day goes by. I wonder what Ali, Omar and Mohammed would say about this?
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