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- noun A member of the same
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As one squadmate emerged from the trees in camoflauge, brandishing the weapon in his hand, he heard a crisp shout.
I get the idea behind it, that these are not young women and men dying off, never getting their chances in life, that they are fully aware of their purpose, but his utter calmness after watching a squadmate become a puddle of mush under the attack of a thousand Consu brutes is just ... disturbing.
| Reply along the same line as Abrams (M1-A1?!) both brian and the other guy have Beards VERY un-sat scott gosh really funny though, i get really pissed while playing any FPS and a squadmate dies especially in Brothers in Arms
EXTRALIFE – By Scott Johnson - Today’s Comic: “Sensory Overload”
He's greeted by his squadmate, Chen... but the vision ends with an image that implies things might not end well for the good lieutenant.
“Dinlay,” Edeard shouted as he ran as fast as he could towards his isolated squadmate.
This can be distracting if you suddenly feel like you're going to piss yourself in fright, only to realize it's not you who's about to cut loose on the bladder, but your squadmate.
On the platoon and squad level, however, you're replacing a friend, a squadmate, someone who had fought and won and died.
His squad leader gave assent, and Thomas and a squadmate hunkered over one of the more intact bodies.
Thomas told his squadmate to lift on the count of three; he got to two when the slime mold rose up from the body and slapped him wetly on the face.
Thomas grabbed under the arms and the squadmate took the legs.
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