Well, it wasn't all the troops did in units I was in over there. They worked pretty hard, went to gunnery 3 times a year, tactical training twice a year, spent plenty of time in the local training area, at least one alert per quarter, all of which meant plenty of maintenance on return. Classroom training in between. Plenty of prep day and night for Graf, Wildflecken, and Hohenfels. I think our schedule was fairly typical USAREUR-wide.
I've done some 3D printing and talked about it here. MBT70s and XM803s, AH56 and S67 attack helicopters, NONE of which GHQ makes, nor apparently, has any intention of making. Same for GM XM1, XM723, and XM800, which I plan to print. The M113s and M577s I've printed do not have NEARLY the detail of GHQ's and may be inspected at any time, as well. Maybe I'm looking in the wrong place, but I haven't seen anything posted here that seemed to be ripping off GHQ. I do agree completely- it wouldn't be legal.
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