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Former POW on Bergdahl Trade

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How is This For a Welcome Home?

Five Most Secret Military Aircraft

Shortly after midnight on 1 May, 2011 two unusual helicopters carrying 25 U.S. Navy SEALS descended on Osama bin Laden’s compound in Abbotabad, Pakistan. The heavily modified Sikorsky UH-60 Black Hawk helicopters were able to fly 200 km undetected from the Afghanistan border with neighbors reporting that they didn’t hear the helicopters until they were directly overhead. Their existence might have remained secret had one of the helicopters not crash landed on the wall of the compound. U. S. forces destroyed the crashed black Hawk with explosives, but a portion of the tail section survived. Revealing top secret stealth modifications stemming from a program that has supposedly been discontinued in 2006.

BOSTON POLICE CHIEF: I WANT TO CHOOSE IF YOU OWN A SHOTGUN OR RIFLE

Remarks Made During NPR Interview
By SOF

The chief of the Boston Police Department wants to decide whether a law-abiding citizen can own a rifle or shotgun. Police commissioner William Evans made the comment while being interviewed on WGBH, Boston’s NPR affiliate.

A Kimber 8400 Patrol Tactical Rifle. Ownership of bolt-action rifles like this would be up to the whim of a police chief if legislation passed by the Massachusetts State House were to become law.

THINK YOU ARE BADASS? THINK AGAIN!

A Hero Named Earl and Why is Law to Protect Canine's Stalled?

WHERE IS THE CARE FOR THESE VETS?
Four-Legged Heroes Don’t Get Help
By SOF

This is the story of two war heroes, Rex and Earl in the video. Rex E168 is a real hero. He served three tours in Iraq, and was wounded in action. During his tours, he helped save the lives of dozens of Coalition Forces. However, this is one vet who, despite suffering from PTSD, and suffering from disabilities related to his combat service, is not getting any help from the VA or the Department of Defense in the two-plus years since he retired.

AND NOW FOR A LOOK AT RED FLAG!

BERETTA WALKS FROM MARYLAND

HOWITZER TAKES 700 FOOT FALL

No Injuries in Incident
By SOF

During a training exercise at Camp Grayling, the Michigan National Guard reported that a M777 howitzer fell over 700 feet while being airlifted by a CH-47 Chinook helicopter. No injuries were reported in the incident.

HOW TO FIRE A SAM FOR DUMMIES?

Simulator Can Let You See For Yourself
By SOF

Could pro-Russian separatists in the eastern portion of the Ukraine have trained themselves on how to operate a missile system like the SA-11 Gadfly used in the downing of Malaysian Airlines Flight MH17? The answer may be surprising.

Navy Coastal Riverine SAREX

THE BADASS BRADLEY

Meet America’s Infantry and Cavalry Fighting Vehicle
By SOF Editor

The year was 1981. For many of the Soldiers in the U.S. Army’s infantry branch, their ride into battle was the M113 armored personnel carrier. It was a vehicle that was reliable and simple, but it was horribly outclassed by the Soviet-build BMP family of vehicles, the first of which had entered service in 1966. The previous August, an improved BMP had entered service.

BLACK SEA ROTATIONAL FORCE IN ACTION!