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"Who Dares Wins …"
"Knock Knock bad guys!"
Lol someone lost a bet…..
Cav will totally take that shit first….
2 hours later
Oddział Specjalny Żandarmerii Wojskowej w Warszawie (Polish Military Gendarmerie Specialized Unit in Warsaw) phot. Fot. S.Guzowska/KGŻW
#Brothers Milad and #Muhammad Atrash, #Arab #Muslims from the Galilee, volunteered to defend their country by enlisting in the #IDF. #IDFdiversityweek
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Russian Airborne troops (VDV) familiarizing themselves with U.S equipment in the first ever joint U.S - Russian military exchange.
A U.S Ranger with the 75th Ranger Regiment firing his M4 Carbine during a close quarter marksmanship range in Fort Hunter Liggett, Calif., Jan. 25, 2014.
that awkward feeling when you’ve trained at the same range as these guys
3. Kompanie des Jägerbataillons 292 aus Donaueschingen.
Foto: ©2014 Bundeswehr / Schneider
With the infamous city of Fallujah being captured by Al-Qaeda linked insurgents, the Iraqi Special Operation Forces are now set to attempt what will undoubtedly be a bloody battle to recapture it.
ISOF are the most well equipped and trained counter-terrorism unit in the Middle East. They are also one of the most feared military forces in the region.
According to retired Lt. Col. Roger Carstens;
US Special Forces are “building the most powerful force in the region.” In 2008 Carstens, then a senior fellow at the Center for a New American Security, was an adviser to the Iraqi National Counter-Terror Force, where he helped set up the Iraqi counterterrorism laws that govern the ISOF.
"All these guys want to do is go out and kill bad guys all day," he says, laughing. "These guys are shit hot. They are just as good as we are. We trained ‘em. They are just like us. They use the same weapons. They walk like Americans."
Polish GROM operators participate in a hostage rescue exercise with Polish Antiterrorist Police and Polish Railroad Defence Guard. photos sourced from public domain
Good for clearing tunnels
A rather famous photo of Telemark Battalion Company Commander Rune Wenneberg addressing his unit with a battle cry in Afghanistan. The video of the actual moment will be linked below. It starts 12 seconds in.
Happy Thanksgiving to all who serve. Thankful for our Military Heroes. @USArmy @USNavy @airforce @USMC @USCG @NationalGuard
Senior Chief James “Patches” Watson passed away early this morning. Patches was a Plank Owner of the SEAL Teams and paved the way for the SEAL Teams of today. Please keep his family and friends in your prayers.
Jim “Patches” Watson is the Curator Emeritus of the UDT-SEAL Museum in Ft. Pierce, FL
An original plank owner of SEAL Team TWO, Jim served three tours in Vietnam as platoon chief earning sixteen combat decorations, four of which are Bronze Stars all with Combat “V”. Many people know him as “Patches”, the point man in Dick Marcinko’s popular Rogue Warrior books.
Patches came to my boot camp graduation when he worked at the museum just to see if any guys were heading to BUD/S. There was me and one other. He had us up to the museum and showed us all around and drank beers with a couple of 18 year old wet behind the ears meats. He later moved to just outside where our sniper school is and held parties at his place when I went through the course. Total crusher. Hell of a Frogman. Beers to you tonight Senior Chief. You lived well.
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