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I am sure the Russian army has not degenerated to the point that it cannot liberate a truck full of alcohol.
 
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How much beer is 10 tons of beer? I mean... is it *really* worth a week of salvage efforts in freezing temperatures. Now if it were some good Russian vodka...
 

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Where is Homer Simpson and friends from Moe's when you need them. :-b
 
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Rosar Ice: Slowly fermented in ancient Siberian tanks then chilled to perfection in the Irtysh River.

...and when did McGyver ever rescue something that weighed 10 tons with a paperclip, rubberband, and a mirror?
 
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GeogPlanner said:
...and when did McGyver ever rescue something that weighed 10 tons with a paperclip, rubberband, and a mirror?
Hey, he could have done it if they would have called him, using a plastic bag, a fishing sinker, a 6ft rope, and a bottle of butane;)

....and when did the A-Team ever shoot somebody and kill them?
 
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Rumpy Tunanator said:
Hey, he could have done it if they would have called him, using a plastic bag, a fishing sinker, a 6ft rope, and a bottle of butane;)

....and when did the A-Team ever shoot somebody and kill them?
You forgot the stick of chewing gum!
 

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Nothing like using Army resources to save beer. The big kicker is that they left the truck behind. Priorities, I tell ya!
 

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BiteMeElmo said:
Nothing like using Army resources to save beer. The big kicker is that they left the truck behind. Priorities, I tell ya!
The beer was probably worth more than the truck.

So 10 tons (assuming metric) = 10 000 kilos = 10 000 litres of beer.
Probably a bit more because alchohol is slightly less dense than water.
 
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