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Cpt.Dann Jul 12 2011 says:

BANZAI!!! You guys should really add the Japanese to this mod :D

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Cpt.Dann Jul 12 2011 replied:

Sorry :(

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BillNye_the_Nazi_Spy Jul 22 2011 replied:


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Cpt.Dann Dec 10 2011 replied:

Dude, I spelled it the exact same way :O

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Cpt.Dann Jul 24 2011 replied:

Did I say something wrong?

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R3bornSh4dow Jul 12 2011 says:

anyone noticed the awesome skybox?

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Camaro840 Jul 13 2011 replied:

It's no box. It's art! :)

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October 6th, 1944. To support the US attack on Aachen, the 9th Infantry Division was ordered to attack enemy positions in the wooded area south of Aachen. During this first attack on Schmidt, the 39th Infantry Regiment's objective was to cross the Weisser Wehe valley, occupy Germeter and advance to Vossenack to secure the northern flank of the attack. They were facing the German 275. Infanterie-Division, which was well prepared even though they suffered heavy losses in Normandy. Neither side expected this to be the start of one of the bloodiest battles on the Western Front, the Battle of Hürtgen Forest.

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