"Mark your target when it comes!"

Discussion in 'The Training Wing' started by Maalox, Feb 27, 2010.

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  1. Get a dictionary its Queens English not an order
     
  2. LOL an old version of "Watch and Shoot" me thinks..... :)
     
  3. I think you will find it dates back to Archery, "Hitting the Mark" ect
     
  4. "in the dust, smoke, and terrifying confusion of battle with moving ill-defined shapes and shifting shadows, to be sure to identify one’s target – mark the target"
     
  5. Pretty good advice given the circumstances ... ;)