Orbital Drop Shock Troopers are UNSC Marine Special Forces. They specialize in being rocketed from naval ships behind enemy lines where they carry out guerilla, sabotage, and other special operations missions. With their unique delivery options they are able to target and attack areas that other units, even the famed Spartans might not be able to reach. Beyond that each ODST Marine is recruited from a previous Special Forces unit, making ODST Marines the best of the best. And unlike their famed Spartan brothers, these troopers while infamous are entirely human.
BATTLE OF JUTLAND 1916
The Battle of Jutland took place between the British Grand Fleet and the German High Seas Fleet on the 31st May 1916 in the North Sea, off the mainland of Denmark.
Although it was the only major naval battle of World War I, it became the largest sea battle in naval warfare history in terms of the numbers of battleships and battlecruisers engaged, bringing together the two most powerful naval forces in existence at that time.
So who won?
The British lost more men and big ships.
Historians seem to think the battle made no difference to the course of the war and therefore was a British victory.
Both sides claimed it as a victory.
In humorous animated cartoon format, the soldier is instructed to drink only water from safe supplies. The consequences of not rationing one’s individual water supply when away from camp are shown. The dangers of drinking from untreated water supplies are shown. The locale is the Asian jungle. Film aimed at marines engaged in jungle warfare.
Hike For The Hills by Marines Via Flickr: Marine Corps and Navy senior enlisted and officers with 2nd Battalion, 2nd Marine Regiment conduct a tactical exercise without troops during a month-long Deployment for Training at the Marine Corps Mountain Warfare Training Center, Bridgeport, California, Jan. 17, 2017. The Marines of 2/2 participated in month-long DFT at MCMWTC to prepare them for the challenges of operating in cold and mountainous environments.
(U.S. Marine Corps photo by Lance Cpl. Careaf L. Henson)