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French army experimenting with combat stilts

French army experimenting with combat stilts
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Comments (15)

  1. craggs_phil

    craggs_phil (30 Mar 2010)

    Think it's great, never knew this..
  2. ccrisac

    ccrisac (27 Apr 2010)

    Very nice are you going to put older newspapers on? chris
  3. adunniandrews317

    adunniandrews317 (30 Apr 2010)

    Great information didn't know this happened. Kinda dumn to me! Can't see their logic behind it.
  4. adunniandrews317

    adunniandrews317 (30 Apr 2010)

    OH!! Adunni Lynne Andrew (Lynne Parnell)

    RADOHERTY (04 May 2010)

    shorter combatents live longer
  6. famtree43

    famtree43 (07 May 2010)

    How French. They are often inane or downright silly.
  7. WrenCooper

    WrenCooper (07 May 2010)

    Really dumb and noisy
  8. youron19395

    youron19395 (11 May 2010)

    The French continue to look for ways to stand up and be counted.
  9. 11class1116541

    11class1116541 (29 May 2010)

    no running required
  10. dollieryan567

    dollieryan567 (01 Jul 2010)

    This I did not know. Thanks What clever folk!
  11. recollins

    recollins (03 Aug 2010)

    i think they are crazy.
  12. royclementjr087

    royclementjr087 (27 Dec 2010)

    This is great just one problem all newspapers from New York State are sanitized before you get the microfilm. As A boy my father always read about his grandfather Leonard Burdette Parish and his many exploits. Where are they now??
  13. gjc123215

    gjc123215 (04 Mar 2011)

    There looking pretty dum!
  14. enebotts000

    enebotts000 (20 May 2011)

    Information about James Fisher fom Clinton County, Ohio, USA,in the Civil War. He was born in 1829
  15. Susanm1215

    Susanm1215 (02 Jun 2012)

    I have a James A. Fisher b. Clinton Co, Indiana and served in the 40th Ohio in the civil war. Can I help?

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