"Dressing up as the enemy is your title, but you've now focussed on Rommel as being guilty, when it's a captured truck, hardly "dressing up in uniform" is it? Rommel's not wandering about dressed as a British soldier, so your whole point is getting devalued, especially with rants about lawyers. Perhaps there is too much schnapps being partaken, but it would be worth clarifying whether you mean soldiers deliberately wearing the opposition uniform in order to attack a target or simply using all available transport whether yours or the enemies. There seem to be many "war" films where the use of vehicles or uniforms have been adopted by one side to fool the other. Either get back to a civilised discussion or lose the thread, it's starting to degenerate as the point of the post is unclear.