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Merc and 232 Skirmish

Saturday, May 24, 2003 1:11 PM 


Last night i happened to be involved in a skirmish between the Merc and the 232nd.  It was a tough battle, 5 on 5, and we beat them.  Our members being from various Merc squadrons, I think they were as suprised as we were.  What a show our guys put on,  some hit and run to the next bogie and did a lot of crippling of planes, all did a great job of flying and shooting.  It was evident that the scoring of hits was more important that scoring a complete kill.  It was the best teaming I have witnessed in a Mercenary skirmish.  Like in football, not every body gets to carry the ball, but it takes everybody in order to win in a team game.  The most important thing I got out of it was, "score of hits" is more important than "score of indivdual kills".  We kept them crippled and they had difficulty making lead/wingman attacks as we met them coming back into our fur ball. We all can be proud of this accomplishment against a most formidable opponent.
We salute the Mercenaries Fighting Force
To Major Keef, Major Buck and the 232nd,
This success is the accumulation of our practice together, trainers, efforts, and the wisdom passed on to us by the 232nd.  We understand that we will be seeing a greater effort from the 232nd in the future.  But we did gettum last night, we have a big trophy on our wall.  We as a group appreciate what the 232nd has done for our heightened spirits. We can wait to see what will be in store for us next time.
The Mercenaries Fighting Force salutes the 232ND 
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