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 v.— «Airmobile assaults were both exciting and frightening. Each one was a gut-churning event not dissimilar to the moment before you unassed a plane with a parachute on your back.» —“Misfortunes of war: ‘About Face’—David H Hackworth & Julie Sherman” by Richard West The Independent (U.K.) Nov. 29, 1989. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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