Tank Rippin up dirst

Tank Rippin up dirst

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    11 Responses to Tank Rippin up dirst

    1. Aw, I was kinda hoping you meant Fred Durst.

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    2. return of the less than tank

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    3. What function do the white chevrons painted on armored vehicles serve?

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    4. Actually Trik, it’s the greater-than tank.

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    5. @AKircher.

      Basically, the chevron is used to designate which platoon a vehicle belongs in. For instance: 1st platoon (^), 2nd platoon (), and headquarters platoon (). Sometimes you’ll see some with dots or dashes within the chevron, like :>(but picture those two dots being inside of the open part of it), and that can designate the vehicle as belonging to 2nd squad, 1st platoon. That whole system of identification is called the “spinning chevron,” for obvious reasons.

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    6. Er…sorry, screwed up there.

      For instance: 1st platoon (^), 2nd platoon(>), 3rd (v) and headquarters platoon(). Keep in mind it may not be universal–that means that ^ may designate 1st platoon in one unit, but it may mean 3rd in another. But that’s the gist of it, pretty much.

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    7. D’oh, I get it. It looked like coding…OKAY, ONE LAST FIX:

      Headquarters platoon:

      I am in need of typing lessons.

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    8. @FlyingMantisShrimp: Thanks, man…that’s been bothering me for a while now but I haven’t found anyone that could give me a straight answer until now…

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