Guerrilla Warfare Setting & Symbolism

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Armaments

Armaments are the tools that the guerilla uses in fighting. In most cases this involves guns and knifes.

Strategy

Strategy is composed of the global goals of armed conflict. For the guerilla, the end goal of strategy is complete victory and the overthrow of the current regime.

Tactics

Tactics are the means of achieving the goals of strategy. Tactics involve actual battlefield techniques rather than the more general goals and guidelines of strategy.

M-1 Garand

The Garand is an American rifle that was popular in WWII and Korea and because of its simple components and reliable construction, popular among guerilla bands.

Bazooka

The Bazooka is a shoulder mounted rocket launcher, extremely effective as an anti-tank weapon.

Sentinel

A Sentinel is a guard often posted around the guerilla camp to notify sleeping troops of any kind of breach in the camp's perimeter.

Hammock

A hammock is a simple...

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