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.
NRA Life Member
Me: "The .45 GAP was an answer to the question nobody asked."
Trooper pal: "Says the guy who thinks .38 Super and 10mm are viable pistol calibers and gets mad when Wal-Mart doesn't have them."