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.
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.