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TEEN GANG MEMBERS ENTERING AS PART OF CHILD SURGE

Gang Members reunite with Family in America
By Harold Hutchison

Members of violent gangs who have been picked up by Customs and Border Patrol officers during the recent surge of illegal immigration into the United States are being taken to points across the country due to “family reunification” policies.

CBP agents processing illegals apprehending while trying to enter the United States.
(CBP photo)

When it's least expected....!

Ready or Not?

Yesterday [12 June], in Philadelphia, PA, two elderly men emerged from local gunshop/indoor range and were robbed, at gunpoint, in the parking lot as they approached their vehicle.

Two suspects, one male and one female, confronted the two victims and ultimately stole several guns from them. For their cooperation (being "good victims") one of the elderly men was shot and is in critical condition at a local hospital.

BE READY FOR THE WORST WITH THE MGI SURVIVAL PACKAGE

In a day and age where things could fall part, it helps to be ready. But what if there is an ammo shortage? There is an answer, though - and it could be very good news when it can be hard to get ammo!

MARINES UNDER FIRE IN THE `STAN

Marine in Afghanistan 1

When Marines on a patrol in the Nad Ali District went toe-to-toe with the Taliban, one of them was hit. Now, they had to get their wounded comrade out.
By Cpl. Paul Peterson, USMC

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WHAT GETS SEIZED FROM DRUG LORDS

Decked-Out Guns… Loads of Ammo
By Harold Hutchison

What gets seized from drug lords when the Drug Enforcement Agency does their thing? This photo SOF got shows just what they do with their firearms. On the left is an AR-15-style pistol that has been gold-plated, while the magazines appear to have a silver plating. On the right, is an AK-47-type firearm, with a mixture of gold and silver plating.

COAST GUARD CARRIES OUT ARCTIC RESCUE

A Coast Guard Air Station Kodiak MH-60 Jayhawk helicopter crew medevacs an injured fisherman from a vessel in the Gulf of Alaska June 10, 2014. The aircrew safely hoisted the 28-year-old-man and transported him to emergency medical personnel in Anchorage, Alaska.

THOUSANDS SAVED IN THE MED

Migrants From Conflicts in Africa Feel to Europe
By Harold Hutchison

Etna, which at one point had over 1300 refugees on board.
(U.S. Navy photo)

Italian and American forces were among those who rescued over 5,000 people this past weekend from the Mediterranean Sea. The migrants were fleeing conflicts across Africa and the Middle East.

VA Crises Getting Lost in Scandal Overload

By Roger Aronoff
Accuracy in Media

President Obama is embroiled in two Veterans Affairs scandals: 1) fabricated documents and secret waiting lists for health care, with dozens of veterans dying while waiting for appointments; and 2) waiting lists for disability benefits. The former is now the subject of a criminal investigation opened by the Phoenix office of the FBI just days after the release of a bipartisan letter from 21 U.S. senators to the Department of Justice calling for a criminal investigation.

Acting VA Secretary Sloan Gibson
(VA photo)

CONDOR OUTDOORS COMPACT ASSAULT PACK

Condor Outdoor Products, Inc specialize in tactical vest, plate carrier, modular pouches, packs, and other gear. The Condor Compact Assault Pack offers ample space to carry gear, but will not break your back.

Marines Continue Recovery Operation of Crashed AV-8B Harrier II

Marines from Marine Corps Air Station Yuma, AZ., continue their recovery operation of an AV-8B Harrier II aircraft that crashed into a residential area in Imperial, Calif., 4 June.

WILL CUBAN SPIES AND TERRORISTS BE SPRUNG?

By Cliff Kinkaid
Accuracy in Media

Just a few blocks from the White House, in the basement of a black Baptist church, the chief of the Cuban Interests Section plotted with former terrorists and members of the communist Workers World Party this past week to convince President Obama to release communist spies and terrorists from American prisons.

Man rescued off container ship by Coast Guard near Key West

A man suffering from abdominal pain was medically evacuated off a container ship by the Coast Guard approximately 20 miles west of Key West, Florida, June 8, 2014. A Coast Guard Air Station Miami MH-65 Dolphin helicopter crew arrived on scene, hoisted, and transferred the individual to Lower Keys Medical Center in Key West where he was transferred in stable condition.

VISITING A GHOST FROM A WAR LONG AGO

Navy Divers to Investigate Wreck of USS Houston
By Harold Hutchison

During the Battle of Sunda Strait, almost seven hundred American sailors were killed when the cruiser USS Houston (CA 30) was sunk by Japanese forces. Now, 72 years after the battle, the United States Navy is sending divers to check out the wreck of the vessel.

SOF AT THE 2014 SHOT SHOW!

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