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FIRST THE TROOPS, NOW THE BORDER PATROL?

Could Customs and Border Patrol Agents be at Risk from Restrictive Rules of Engagement?
By Harold Hutchison

Under the Obama Administration, our troops in Afghanistan have been hampered by very restrictive rules of engagement (ROEs). Now, Customs and Border Patrol agents may be receiving similar ROEs – and that could mean trouble on the border.

Exposing Putin’s Propaganda

By Cliff Kinkaid

OVER-ARMOR TACTICAL VEST FROM SPEC-OPS BRAND

Brief review on the OVER AMROR Vest by Spec.-Ops.

Website Spec.-Ops. Description:

• INCREASES CARGO CAPACITY- Wrap-around design provides additional space for gear attachment - 50% more mounting area than conventional systems.Wind Proof
• BETTER LOAD DISTRIBUTION - Additional mounting space allows operator to better balance the load.Waterproof zippers
• EASY-ON, EASY-OFF- Fits over standard Body Armor systems - slip on, zip-up and go. Remove the load when you dont need it while still retaining your ballistic protection.Three layer Micro fiber
• COLOR-CORRECT- Get the camo pattern that best matches your combat environment/uniformInternal chest pockets
• MODULAR - Numerous GRID-LOK™ loops allow operator to fully customize components for mission specific needs. Front and Back removable ID panels, perfect for embroidery
• FULLY ADJUSTABLE - 4 simple adjustment points allow vest to fit over all existing US Military Body Armor systems.
• WEAPONS MOUNTING POINTS - welded D-rings for secure & instant weapons attachment/access (designed specifically for SPEC-OPS® Brand WOLF-HOOK weapons lanyard - page 24).
• DURABLE - 1000 D. Cordura fabric, High Tenacity Nylon thread and webbing and massive YKK # 10 Self-healing coil zipper makes for a rock-solid load-bearing platform. Redundant stitching and bar-tack reinforcements for extra durability.
• Large hook-and-loop frontal panels to accommodate name rank and insignia.
• OVER-ARMOR SPEC.-OPS. Brand™ vest fits waist size up to 54"
• OVER-ARMOR SPEC.-OPS. Brand™ vest with the addition of Extender Panels fits waist size up to 70".
• Backed by Spec.-Ops. Brands unique lifetime guarantee.

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Try your luck at this great giveaway of miscellaneous T-shirts, Vest, and other SOF LOGOWEAR in various sizes.

WHO USED THE STOLEN PASSPORTS?

Two People Used Swiped Passports On Missing Flight
By Harold Hutchison

At least two people who were on the missing Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370 were using stolen passports. The news comes as the search for a missing Boeing 777-200 airliner with 239 people on board continues.

According to a report from Breitbart News, Vietnamese aircraft taking part in the search have discovered oil slicks near where the plane’s last known location before it disappeared at 2:40 AM local time on Saturday.

HE DOVE ON A GRENADE – AND LIVED

Kyle Carpenter to Receive Medal of Honor
By Harold Hutchison

During the War on Terror, American servicemen have covered grenades with their own bodies to protect their comrades. Three of them, Army Private First Class Ross McGinnis, Master-At-Arms Second Class Michael A. Monsoor, and Marine Corporal Jason Dunham, who made the ultimate sacrifice, received the Medal of Honor posthumously. A fourth American serviceman, Marine Sergeant Rafael Peralta, controversially received the Navy Cross for covering a grenade in Iraq – with the possibility that he, too, could receive the Medal of Honor.

LAPIERRE TAKES THE MEDIA TO THE WOODSHED!

LaPierre blasts media, says ‘America is in trouble’

Growing numbers of Americans believe something has gone wrong in this country, they’re worried, and that’s why more people are buying firearms, according to Wayne LaPierre, executive vice president of the National Rifle Association, who spoke yesterday afternoon at the Conservative Political Action Conference in Washington, D.C.

http://www.examiner.com/article/lapierre-says-gun-sales-up-because-ameri...

Article by Dave Workman

STORMING THE UKRAINIANS!

Russian Troops Storm Ukrainian Base in Crimea
By Harold Hutchison

Members of a militia loyal to Russia stormed a Ukrainian military base near Sevastopol, where the Russian Black Sea Fleet is based. The assault comes as Putin mocked the West, at the same time threatening to turn off natural gas supplies to Europe.