MAKING OF A SOLDIER
Every soldier must be competent with his rifle, and Iraqi noncommissioned officers must be able to instill this competency in their soldiers.
THE CAPTURE OF AN AL QAEDA CHIEF
SOMALIA ISLAMIC EXTREMIST AL-SHEBAB SAVAGES BEHEAD two wounded sheikhs who had been injured by stray bullets during Al-Shebab rebel clash with Ahlu-sunah Wal-jamea warriors. More than 16,000 civilians
WHACKED FROM THE TOP OF A COCONUT TREE
Though relatively unknown, the most highly decorated and most accomplished American sniper of the Vietnam War was Staff Sergeant Adelbert F. Waldron of the U.S. Army’s 9th Infantry Division.
CAMBODIAN AND THAI SOLDIERS FACE OFF
THE BIG GAME RIG WAS A HIT
DESPERATE FOR RELIEF
All in all, by the end of the siege’s second week we were in need – desperate need – of any form of relief.
My history with this pair of 15X80 Steiners begins in 1983, in West Germany, at Franconia Jagd, a very popular hunting store in Wurzburg.
The challenge issued by a flight attendant during a recent commercial air flight seemed innocuous enough: “Name just one of the five Medal of Honor recipients from the current engagements in Afghanistan or Iraq, and get a free drink coupon.”
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