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    A form of jellied gasoline that when lit on fire can stick to targets as it burns.

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    The United States Navy and United States Airforce have made use of napalm in the the past against a variety of targets, including buildings, infantry, armored vehicles, and more. Other countries to use napalm include France, Turkey, and Iraq.

    During the Vietnam War, the power of napalm was so fearsome that Vietnamese soldiers often surrendered following a napalm strike. Sometimes, they gave up as soon as aircraft was spotted overhead. The United Nations Convention on Certain Conventional Weapons banned the use of napalm by civilians and against civilians. It does not, however, ban the use of napalm or other incendiary weapons against military targets.


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