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Dominican Republic Cellphone Defense Technique!

Some things just aren't up for grabs. For the times when protection is not available, check this cell phone defense technique. Better yet, watch the passerby's reactions.
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Check out this Wild Veteran's Mace and Waterboard Challenge

Anyone For a Canadian vs. U.S Tug of War?

Master Corporal John Calestino of the Windsor Regiment Canada challenges a U.S National Guardsman in Camp Aturburry Indiana

Video by Captain Tristain Hartsfield 31 Canadian Brigade Group

Madman Saturday

WEEKEND PLANS, "Do or Die" Can you survive this mad adventure?

Brought to you by National Geographic so just live with the short ad, this gets good.

Badass sharp shooter. Bored with your weekend workouts?

STILL JUMPING AT 93!!

Navajo Code Talkers: The Uncrackable Language

By Cpl. Chelsea Flowers Anderson, USMC

Navajo Code Talker Chester Nez was born “among the oak trees” in Chichiltah, N.M. He spent his childhood herding sheep for his grandmother before leaving the close-knit community to attend a boarding high school in Tuba City, Ariz. It was there that Nez learned about a secret Marine Corps mission that would take him far away from his people and into the battlefields of World War II.

Close behind the Bougainville front lines, Navajo Code Talkers Cpl. Henry Blake Jr. and Pfc. George H. Kirk, both serving with a Marine signal unit, are shown operating a portable radio set in a clearing they have hacked from the dense jungle in Dec. 1943. (Photo courtesy of the U.S. Marine Corps Historical Division)

LAST ORIGINAL CODETALKER DIES

Chester Nez Passes On at 93
By Harold Hutchison

The last of the 29 men who started the Navajo Codetalker program that helped save the lives of countless Marines and GIs in the Pacific Theater of World War II died earlier this week. Chester Nez was 93.

Chester Nez (center), one of the 29 original codetalkers, during WWII.
(U.S. Navy photo)

VIDEO TRIBUTE TO CSM MARTIN RAY BARRERAS

Tribute to a soldier whose career included taking part in the rescue of PFC Jessica Lynch.

REAL AMERICAN HERO RECOGNIZED

Kyle White Awarded Medal of Honor
By Harold Hutchison

GUARDIAN MINEMAN RECOGNIZED FOR HEROISM

Mineman Third Class Travis Kirckof Receives Navy and Marine Corps Medal
By Harold Hutchison

When the mine-countermeasure ship USS Guardian (MCM 5) hit a reef in the Philippines, it began a two-day ordeal. Now, one hero of that ordeal is being recognized for his actions during the fight to save the vessel.

Eight U.S. Army Air Forces personnel to receive the POW Medal

Air Force Chief of Staff Gen. Mark A. Welsh III will present the Prisoner of War Medal to eight World War II era U.S. Army Air Forces personnel during a ceremony at the Pentagon auditorium, Wednesday, April 30 at 10 a.m. EDT.

NAVY HONORS A FALLEN HERO

Mark A. Mayo Engaged Shooter at Norfolk
By Harold Hutchison

FORMER SOLDIER TO RECEIVE MEDAL OF HONOR

Kyle J. White To Be Honored For Actions in 2007 Ambush
By Harold Hutchison