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OBAMA PLACING BRITISH TROOPS AT RISK?

Withdrawal of HH-60 Pave Hawks Leaves Brits in Lurch
By Harold Hutchison

The withdrawal of HH-60 Pave Hawk combat search-and-rescue helicopters is now placing British troops at greater risk. The withdrawn choppers are similar to one that crashed in the United Kingdom last week, killing a four-person crew.

According to a report by the London Daily Mail, the withdrawn choppers are equipped with winches that assist in removing casualties from minefields. British forces in Afghanistan turned to Air Force Pave Hawks after a 2006 minefield rescue left a British soldier dead.

Day at the Range

Video by American Forces Network Afghanistan

SOF'S COVERAGE OF OPERATION RED WINGS

In the April, 2008 issue of SOF, we covered operation Red Wings, including the awarding of the Medal of Honor to Lt. Michael Murphy.

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VETS DISMAYED BY AL-QAEDA RESURGENCE

Comparisons to Vietnam Emerge
By Harold Hutchison

Many veterans who fought in Fallujah and Ramadi have been shocked and dismayed by the resurgence of al-Qaeda in those cities since Barack Obama withdrew American troops. One Marine compared Fallujah to Khe Sanh, a famous stand by Marines.

DID OBAMA CREATE NEW KILLING FIELDS?

Allen West Slams Obama’s Withdrawals
By Harold Hutchison

Iraq War veteran and former Congressman Allen West had declared that Barack Obama’s withdrawal from Iraq and his pending withdrawal from Afghanistan have created the conditions for a repeat of the “killing fields” in Southeast Asia.

WERE LEFT-WING MEMBERS OF CONGRESS BRIEFED BY AN AL-QAEDA FRONT?

Three Members Invited Terrorist to Discuss Drones
By Harold Hutchison

The leader of a group invited to brief three hard-core left-wing Democrats on the effects of UAV strikes, a major weapon against terrorists in Yemen and Pakistan, had ties to al-Qaeda.

Medal of Honor Citation for Rodolfo P. Hernandez

HERNANDEZ, RODOLFO P.

Rank and organization: Corporal, U.S. Army, Company G, 187th Airborne Regimental Combat Team.
Place and date: Near Wontong-ni, Korea, 31 May 1951.
Entered service at: Fowler, Calif.
G.O. No.: 40, 21 April 1962.

Military Turbulence in Skies off China

By Peter Brookes
AIM.org

NOT SO SAFE AFTER ALL

House, Senate Intelligence Committee Chairs Drop Bombshell
By Harold Hutchison

Senator Dianne Feinstein (D-CA), Chairman of the Senate Intelligence Committee, and Representative Mike Rogers (R-MI), Chairman of the House Intelligence Committee, dropped a bombshell on CNN’s State of the Union, according to a report by Newsmax.com.