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Na**lm -Requested by  Na**lm is an incendiary mixture of a gelling agent and a volatile petrochemical ( gasoline, petrol...
12/08/2019

Na**lm -Requested by

Na**lm is an incendiary mixture of a gelling agent and a volatile petrochemical ( gasoline, petrol or diesel fuel) Na**lm was developed in 1942 at Havard university in a secret laboratory it was controlled by the United States Chemical Warfare Service. The initial reason for na**lm was a new type of incendiary bombs for WWII but instead of this it resulted in widespread adoption in infantry/combat engineers flamethrowers as well.

Na**lm burns at the same temperature as gasoline and for a greater duration as well as being more eas dispersabel and sticking tenaciously to its targets. Earlier uses of Na**lm was in Japan 1945 and then it was later used for close air support in Vietnam. Na**lm strikes wasnt always accurate on Hill 875, at the Battle of Dak the 173rd Airborne Brigade were holding the hill and after 3 dry runs from the A-4's the final run the A-4's came in and dropped there Na**lm....
It was blue on blue, 20 men were killed instantly and a further 10 men were injured.

The 352nd Tactical Fighter Sqaudron was one of the Fighter Sqaudrons to drop Na**lm in South and North Vietnam it consisted of F100D Super Sabres which was the USAF first Supersonic Fighter in the arsenal it was chose because of the speed and reliability of the Aircraft.

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