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September 19, 2008
This video shows surveillance footage of the War Bear's(Soviets) primary and secondary combat functions.
Battlefield reconnaissance has revealed at least these facts about War Bears:
• A mighty roar -- Enemy infantry caught in close earshot of a war bear's amplified roar are more than likely to be deafened by it temporarily. In turn, this more than likely results in their death induced by war-bear mauling. War bears can only muster such a yelp every so often.
• Death to spies -- One of the most rigorous aspects of war bear training is used to finely enhance their naturally excellent sense of smell, allowing them to literally sniff out enemy spies. Casualties among disguised Allied operatives scheming within the Soviet Union spiked to record highs after a national war bear patrol protocol was instated.
• Unsafe waters -- While Russian bears can naturally swim, because of the heavy armor plating affixed to Soviet war bears, they must slowly be re-trained to do this. Fortunately, by the time they are field-ready, war bears are more than capable of patrolling the seas as well as the earth. And they are no less effective at mauling enemy infantry while having to tread water.
• Ineffective against armor -- Although overzealous Soviet battlefield commanders continue to try and disprove this, the evidence overwhelmingly shows that war bears are poorly suited in combat situations involving armored vehicles. Their claws are simply not sharp enough and their armor simply not thick enough to be of any use in such engagements.