what are some modern examples of psychology warfare on the battlefield like the sound of the stuka?

what are some modern examples of psychology warfare on the battlefield like the sound of the stuka?

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  1. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    in fallujah they blasted rock and death metal

  2. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Pyramids of severed heads

  3. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    bzzzzzzz

    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      on the battlefield, not on football stadiums

  4. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    The MG42 firing at 1,200rpm.
    two nukes leveling major cities in japan
    artillery
    napalm
    traps in forests like vietnam
    propaganda over loudspeakers
    airplanes
    all of these can frick someone up psychologically on the battlefield.

    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      >The MG42 firing at 1,200rpm.
      not psychological, it was meant to hit running targets better
      a hard-kill

      >artillery
      suppression isnt psychological
      if you stand up in the open you will die, so being forced to go to ground is simply a logical decision that would be made regardless of context

      >traps in forests like vietnam
      not psychological, its meant to slow the enemy advance down by forcing them to travel at a pace where they can detect traps

      >airplanes
      their benefit is the same as artillery, anyone who doesnt bunker down will get shredded by frag

      >all of these can frick someone up psychologically on the battlefield
      any damage on their morale is a useful side-effect at best
      the weapons first and foremost goal is destroying the enemy outright or forcing them to take preventive measures to avoid getting hit that will result in a loss of movement that will lead to their destruction

      • 3 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        >ACKSHUWALLY

  5. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    seems like we kinda went in the opposite direction with psychological warfare.
    youre just out there on patrol with your buddies or chilling in your trench and then grenades start silently dropping on you without warning. now you never know if a grenade will drop on you out of nowhere.

    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      That is the old arty problem but much more accurate, instead of it maybe hitting you but likely missing by 100+ meters it's very likely to to hit you but only you and a guy 3 meters away is fine.

  6. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    What about FPV motor buzzing? From what I've read, Stuka's Jericho siren could scare an infantryman once or twice but after that they got used to it and just ran for cover. You can't have that in the era of FPV, you'll have to run for your trench and pray the drone is flown by your guys, and if not, pray it's not targeting you, because if it has already made it's way to your position, somebody is gonna die.

  7. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    >what are some modern examples of psychology warfare on the battlefield like the sound of the stuka?

    Dipshits talking about Ukraine.

    Slackjaws mentioning Russia.

    Roaches slobbering over Israel.

    Sand ticks talking about Palestine.

    Bing Bongs chatting up China.

    Welcome to /k

    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      >/k
      frick off redditBlack person.

  8. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    The katana missile

  9. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    The sound of an A10

  10. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    >Operation Wandering Soul was a propaganda campaign and psychological warfare effort exercised by U.S. forces during the Vietnam War. It was an attempt to increase desertions and defections from Việt Cộng forces and weaken their morale.
    >Like most cultures, Vietnamese culture includes beliefs and rituals that show respect for the dead. Vietnamese culture calls for a proper burial and it is believed that if this does not occur, the soul of the deceased continues to wander the earth thus becoming a "Wandering Soul," equivalent to a ghost or spirit.[1]
    >U.S. engineers spent weeks recording eerie sounds and altered voices, which acted in roles of slain Việt Cộng soldiers. The United States of America also brought in South Vietnamese soldiers to record their audio sayings over the tape for further authenticity.
    >One tape, dubbed 'Ghost Tape Number Ten',[2] included Buddhist funeral music and eery sounds.[3] In addition there were voices of a girl saying "Come home, Daddy!" and voices of men telling them to "Go home" and be "reunited with your loved ones" so that they can avoid the same fate as he did.[4][5]
    >The Americans played these tapes over loudspeakers from helicopters near Viet Cong positions.[6] This occurred during the night to prevent the Viet Cong from resting.[7]
    >The United States would also use patrol boats going up and down the river playing ghost tapes. The United States would also deploy covert infantry to infiltrate enemy lines and play the recording too. Most of these types of operations did take place at night. [9]

    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      I like the pornographic ones. Young lads on both sides don't give a frick, they're just sharing their porn stash in a more elaborate fashion.

      Makes you wonder what proper collaboration between the MIC and the pornography industry would look like.

      Came to post this but I've never heard of it having any impact. It makes sense but I don't think any Vietnamese vets even mention it which is surprising given the risks involved.

  11. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    children suicide bombers

  12. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Tiger Fear. In WWII, there was the psychological effect on allied forces on the Western Front. Although the Tiger was more bark than bite, it still caused a pause on the battlefield.

  13. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    We pay Wagner. Scares the shit out of the dinks.

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