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During World War II, the Canadian army fighting in Europe had a joke: the army consisted of a forward observer with a radio to call in the artillery, while everyone else was there just to be his bodyguard.
That’s more than an exaggeration, but it does illuminate a point: arguably the most important single soldier on the battlefield is the forward observer. Armed with a radio and a laser designator, the amount of artillery and aerial firepower...
Read this story at The National Interest