You were wrong, indiv. They DID use napalm. They changed the name, sure, but even soldiers in the field still refer to it as napalm.
With all due respect, nin, it isn't 50/50. They just changed the name, partially because napalm had certain, uh, "image problems" after the invasion of Vietnam (anyone remember the photo of the little Vientamese girl with her skin burned away?)
By the way, the United Nations has banned napalm, but the U.S. refused to sign the agreement ...
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