Theifs and Warfare

It wouldn't be too much of a problem to suppose that most armies wouldn't be comfortable using a unit that is preety much dedicated to sneaking around and stealing. Some soldiers are rather uncomfortable even using spys.

That's not to say militaries or governments may not use them. They may be dispised, but when hard pressed, even nations would resort to theives to accomplish what can't be done. --Eldarone 20:53, 23 August 2007 (UTC)

However, take context into perspective now. We're talking a massive world war two, with the Allies on the brink of losing. Honor and comfortability are of no meaning in warfare and even less so to the command. Grunts have nothing to do with this. As we know from the soviet campaigns, Allies would intentionally cause a Chernobyl-like disaster to disrupt the Soviet war effort. Thieves are a pretty tame case. Shaur M. S. Grizlin 21:25, 23 August 2007 (UTC)
As I noted before, when hard pressed, nations would resort to desperate measures regardless of one's ideas of honor. Of course, once the problem is gone, then such forces can afford to consider their virtues. --Eldarone 21:48, 23 August 2007 (UTC)
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