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    3/1 Weapons Co Falluijah, Iraq

    Submitted by Bodek | about 6 years ago
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    Air Force Video of war

    Submitted by Bodek | about 6 years ago
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    Don't bring a rifle to a tank battle

    Submitted by Bodek | about 6 years ago
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    Gates at Langley AFB

    Defense Secretary Robert Gates addressed Air Combat Command airmen at Langley Air Force Base in Virginia,
    Submitted by cgingo | about 6 years ago
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    Bye Bye F-16

    Hundreds of people turned out at Ellington Field Joint Reserve Base in Texas this weekend to say goodbye to the F-16.
    Submitted by cgingo | about 6 years ago
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    MA2 (SEAL) Michael Monsoor Tribute

    A Navy SEAL sacrificed his life to save his comrades by throwing himself on to...p of a grenade Iraqi insurgents tossed into their sniper hideout, fellow members of the elite force said. Petty Officer 2nd Class Michael A. Monsoor had been near the only do
    Submitted by cgingo | about 6 years ago
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    5 Comments
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    USCG/Texas Boat Rescue

    A dramatic night rescue by the Coast Guard saved the lives of four college students and a safety officerin the Gulf of Mexico
    Submitted by cgingo | about 6 years ago
    Rated +1
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    Harsh, but reality

    "BRAVE" insurgents. God Bless America!!
    Submitted by BCI_ID | about 6 years ago
    Rated +4
    204 Views
    7 Comments
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    Let the bodies hit the floor

    No Prisoners
    Submitted by BCI_ID | about 6 years ago
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    US Air Force B-2 bomber crashes on takeoff

    US Air Force B-2 bomber named Spirit of Kansas crashes on takeoff at Anderson AFB, Guam on Feb. 23, 2008. Both pilots ejected and are expected to make full recoveries. The crashed was caused by moisture in the sensors with an estimated loss of $1.4 billio
    Submitted by FireDad | about 6 years ago
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    2 Comments
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    Red Whte and Blue

    Tribute
    Submitted by DOCInstructor | about 6 years ago
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    27 Views
    1 Comment
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    Heaven's Door

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    Submitted by DOCInstructor | about 6 years ago
    Rated +1
    77 Views
    1 Comment