Que conste en Actas, no perdimos ninguna de las batallas que dimos.
No hay problema; al fin y al cabo Saigón es Ho Chi Minh City.
PD de John Paul Vann, antitesis moral de Westmoreland
"This is a political war and it calls for discrimination in killing.
The best weapon for killing would be a knife, but I'm afraid we can't do it that way.
The worst is an airplane.
The next worst is artillery.
Barring a knife, the best is a rifle — you know who you're killing."
Bayonets Not Bombs.
When asking about the legality of using a knife to kill a certain Taliban leader, the author was told by a U.S. Government attorney that use of an edged weapon constituted “assassination,” hence illegal, whereas use of a Predator armed with a Hellfire missile to destroy the man’s home (and possibly accomplish the same end, but also killing members of the man’s family or community) was perfectly legal.
A Quote on War and the Legality of Killing