xperia_10_vi – The U.S. Army

The U.S. Army

The U.S. spends more money on their military than the next eight highest spending countries combined.

rTechnically, the United States has had an army for a year longer than it's been a country.

rThe amry has tested chemical Agents in inhabited areas of the US. The San Francisco Bay area, Saint Louis, parts of Minnesota, and the coasts of South Carolina and Georgia were all sprayed with the substance. Zinc cadmium sulfide was used because it's a fluorescent, and the military was researching potential dispersion of chemical and biological weapons.

rThere is a special unit in the army that is responsible for being skeptics.

rCoca-Cola president Robert Woodruffsaid that any servicemen in World War II should be able to get a bottle of Coke for a nickel, anywhere in the world, so Coca-Cola created the Technical Observer program to make it happen. Technical Observers had an Army officer's rank and pay, as well as uniforms with a special patch to identify them. They distributed more than 5 billion bottles of Coke to soldiers.

rRay-Bans were first designed for military usage.

rThe 45th Infantry used a swastika as their sleeve insignia to honor their numerous Native American members, for whom it was a symbol of good luck. It was later changed to a Thunderbird.

rThe Army Dumped 64 Million Pounds of Nerve and Mustard Agents Into the Ocean

rThe army has dumped 64 million pounds of nerve and mustard agents into the ocean. In addition to the nerve and mustard agents, 400,000 chemical bombs, rockets, and land mines were also dumped at at least 26 different spots off the coast.

r16 Presidents served in the army.

rThe Great Los Angeles Air Raid of 1942 had the military firing 1,400 anti-air artillery, as well as countless .50 caliber rounds at an enemy aircraft. However, it turned out that the

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