The XXII amendment was ratified on Feb. 27, 1951. Long after FDR died. Also it states that “this Article shall not apply to any person holding the office of President when this article was proposed by the Congress” so it didn’t even apply to Thurman.
This sounds like a good idea. I think we should have 4-5 divisions of paratroopers with the necessary airlift to be able to drop them all at once. We should also think about training a special force that can be sent behind enemy lines to conduct raids and sabotage.
How is that idea about...
Also while we are plainning how to get Britain we should try to get Spain, & Turkey on our side. This will help stretch the Brits out and force them to re-enforce areas outside the UK. Aside from weakening their home defenses it will also strain their merchant fleet more and allow for more...
Hey I'm just asking what you have against the U.S. Your many post show that there is something that you don't like about it. Maybe you should go to counseling and work out whatever it is you have against us :OHNO: .
The difference is that our senior NCOs and most of the officers that took part in GW1 did have experience with being under fire. Therefore they know what it is like.
No one in your army, at any level, has that experience.
I was speaking about Europe as a whole and not solely Germany. But as you yourself point out Europe hasn’t fought a war in nearly 60 years. Which means that none of your people have experience with the real thing. Training only goes so far. Until the bullets are coming in for real you don’t...
Hammerstad Gross Domestic Product
Civil Rights: Excellent
GDP per Capita: $12,500
National Budget: $2,325,290,625,000
The number of people in your military is: 32,550,000