A commissioned officer cannot receive a Alfa Romeo F1 Racing team Hat Cap discharge. Calley essentially was fired from the military. Wm Calley committed an atrocious war crime. His trial was a complete circus. He eventually served some time under house arrest. What happened? The then President condemned Calley’s actions before the trial. The courts eventually agreed that this so prejudiced the panel that a fair trial was impossible. I don’t feel bad about that as Calley was the designated victim. His conviction was engineered to white wash everyone else concerned. There’s no way that a platoon leader could have thought up or co-ordinated a massacre the size of Mai Lai. He has a less that honorable discharge, and is therefore ineligible for veteran’s benefits, but he went on to make a life for himself. On 11 February 1974, Calley petitioned the Federal District Court for habeas corpus, arguing that he should be discharged from custody on the ground that his conviction was constitutionally invalid. On 25 September 1974, the habeas corpus was granted by District Court Judge Elliot, along with immediate release. Calley was released because Judge Elliott found that Calley’s trial had been prejudiced by pre-trial publicity, denial of subpoenas of certain defence witnesses, refusal of the United States House of Representatives to release testimony taken in executive session of the My Lai investigation, and inadequate notice of the charges.
Kublai had cannon, Genghis did not. Kublai had managed to recruit Chin artillerymen and Alfa Romeo F1 Racing team Hat Cap metallurgists who were able to produce his cannon and then, train his tumans to operate them. Kublai also had learned from the knights of Russia and Europe and so, his horsemen were not just archers but lancers also. So they would alternate between the lance and bow, depending on what they faced. The European armies consisted of crossbowmen and pikemen as well as cavalry, of course. Kublai’s tactic was to switch when it was advantageous, so the knights would charge with lance and the Mongols would stage a false retreat, shooting the knights down as they went. Then, when the knights were nullified, they would charge the crossbowmen. The pikemen would come to the fore and the Mongols would switch to the bow. Because the pikemen needed both hands to wield their pikes, they had to put aside their shields which they used to defend from archers so they were vulnerable to Kublai’s horse-archers. Then the crossbowmen would advance to answer the arrows and the tuman would ride them down with lances. And so, they would wear down armies in such fashion, switching to exploit the weaknesses of their enemies.
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