Neer's second strength details America's academic, industrial, and military development of napalm
during World War II.
During its heyday, napalm
was representative of an older style of attrition-based warfare between competing sovereign states.
Death frontman Mark 'Barney' Greenway admitted that the decision to cancel the gig was not a surprise, due to the band's "cripplingly loud" sound: "The V&A had been making noises," he said.
Concerned about widespread contamination at Rocketdyne's Santa Susana Field Lab, the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors on Tuesday ordered an independent investigation into new revelations that napalm
and dioxins were burned in an open pit in the hills west of Chatsworth.
Campaigns to rid war of land mines, or napalm
, or white phosphorus, or depleted uranium, are important in themselves, as the reduction of symptoms is important to anyone suffering from a deadly illness.
Bush, are secretly using the highly-controversial napalm
gas to eradicate the remaining rebels inside and around Fallujah.
, booby traps, guns and machetes are everywhere.
It looked like someone had dropped a can of napalm
that this purplish crust resulted from a drenching with napalm
, after which the untreated victim's body was left to somehow cure itself.
Frank Burns, an Oscar-winning perf in "Tender Mercies," TV's blockbuster "Lonesome Dove" and his brief role in "Apocalypse Now," in which he utters, "I love the smell of napalm
in the morning," a line firmly entrenched in the pop culture hall of fame.
The vintage Inextinguishable Fire consists of Farocki reading testimonials from Vietnamese napalm
With a whole array of weapons--clean bombs, seismic bombs, cluster bombs, carpet bombs, napalm
and phosphorous bombs, fragmentation bombs--the US wreaked its vengeance on Vietnam's land and people for year after horrifying year.