Well, I didn't kick down doors in Iraq, but I did in Afghanistan, and it was nice having the Air Force/Army Aviation over head.
Same goes for MRAPs and Strykers. No tanks over there when I was over there.
That being said, I do agree that it comes down to the man with the rifle.
And the man behind the rifle is far more important than the rifle itself.
Training. Training. Training.
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