First, don’t go toe-to-toe with them on the ground.  Infantry should be reserved for evacuations, crowd control and to preserve civil order.  Once it’s been shown that the animal’s hide is too thick for bullets and shoulder-fired rockets to have any effect (and this always proves to be the case), withdraw the soldiers and Marines from the front lines.  But we knew that anyway from back in the WAR OF THE WORLDS days, didn’t we, not to mention the numerous attacks on Japan by prehistoric reptiles.  But then 264569-giant-monster-movies-all-monsters-attack-wallpaperwhat can we do the next time Godzilla rises with less than honorable intentions?  Not to mention his many companions.
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Well, first, heed the above, from “How the Pentagon Could Destroy All Monsters” by Joe Pappalardo on POPULARMECHANICS.COM, delivered to us via Friday’s email.  The secret it turns out is in use of air power.  But know what’s in the arsenal first, and how best to employ it — even biplane pilots have learned from their experience with King Kong that it’s better to attack from above , not at chest level, and stay out of reach of those monstrous paws.  And if tank shells bounce off a dinosaur’s flanks, don’t expect airborne cannon fire to do much better.
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In other words the time has come to ignore the movies which always seem to get the details wrong anyway.  Instead, let author Pappalardo explain in detail, by pressing here.