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REMEMBERING THE WAR DOGS OF VIETNAM

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SLAIN ROBBER’S FAMILY CALLS FOR GUN CONTROL

Crook was Fatally Shot in 2012 Robbery By CCW Permit Holder
By Harold Hutchison

It is something that supporters of the Second Amendment see all too often. The family members of someone killed in a violent crime involving a firearm are out there, emotionally calling for new gun laws. The family of Dante Williams is among them… but there is something some media outlets won’t tell you about Mr. Williams and how he died.

COMING SOON! - SPRINGFIELD ARMORY'S 1911 RANGE OFFICER® COMPACT .45ACP

If you want a competition grade 1911 that conceals better than a full-sized pistol, the Range Officer® Compact from Springfield Armory® offers finely tuned performance in a smaller package. The Range Officer® Compact brings the precision of a competition pistol in a small and straightforward configuration.

HORNET'S EYE VIEW OF MID-AIR REFUELLING

ANOTHER PREMATURE “MISSION ACCOMPLISHED?”

JSTOF-P Set to be Disbanded

Marines and Philippine troops during relief operations in 2013.
(DOD photo)

By Harold Hutchison

The Joint Special Operations Task Force – Philippines (JSOTF-P), which has been instrumental in combating terrorist groups like Abu Sayyaf and Jemaah Islamiyah, is reportedly on the chopping block. Operation Enduring Freedom – Philippines had been going on since 15 January, 2002.

BOMBINGS ACROSS AFRICA, MIDDLE EAST

Beirut, Abuja, and Seiyun All Hit
By Harold Hutchison

A string of bombing and attacks over the last 48 hours, stretching from Nigeria to Yemen, left at least 22 people dead and a number of others wounded. The attacks were carried out by various Islamist groups.

KEL-TEC'S P-11: CLASSIC POCKET FIREPOWER

The Kel-Tec P-11 has been used by many for concealed carry since it was introduced in 1995.

The P-11 has six main component groups: barrel, slide, frame, firing mechanism, grip, and magazine.

SWEDISH MARINES ROCK IT IN AFGHANISTAN, watch in full screen mode

NEW SOF T-SHIRT GIVEAWAY, $250 VALUE

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Try your luck at this great giveaway of miscellaneous T-shirts, Vest, and other SOF LOGOWEAR in various sizes.
We will try to get as close to the winner's size as possible, but for the rest of the mystery items, if you can't use them, give them to your favorite warrior or veteran's clubs or groups
Here is how to enter:

COAST GUARD RESCUES TEN!

AFGHAN WHO SAVED LUTTRELL MARKED FOR DEATH

Taliban Orders Murder of Hero
By Harold Hutchison

The Afghan national who protected “Lone Survivor” Marcus Luttrell (third from the right in the photo) from the Taliban in 2005, Mohammad Gulab, has been marked for death by the terrorist group. The news comes in the wake of the movie Lone Survivor, which thrust Luttrell’s story back into the spotlight.

ACCU-PACK FROM SPEC-OPS BRAND

Want to store some of the important stuff for your rifle or shotgun, but don't want to haul all gear on a chest rig, or worse, leave it in the wrong bag? The Accu-Pack can solve that problem!

TEXAS RANCHERS UNDER SIEGE

One Faced Break-In While Preparing for Media Interview
By Harold Hutchison

The situation on the U.S.-Mexico border in Texas has become so bad that some in southern Texas have taken to packing pistols while mowing their lawns. This comes as the surge of illegal immigrants, including unaccompanied children is stretching the Border Patrol beyond its limits.

BRAVO COMPANY USA'S RECCE RIFLE

Bravo Company USA, Inc.'s Previous Customers Include:
HQ SOCOM (Special Operations Command), US Army, US Navy, US Air Force, US Marines, US Coast Guard, various Special Operations Units, Department of Homeland Security, US Border Patrol, American Embassies, Private Security Companies, Law Enforcement Agencies and Tactical Units, and responsible civilians.

LADY IN A LAB WHO SAVED THOUSANDS DIES

Stephanie Kwolek Invented Kevlar
By Harold Hutchison

A woman whose work in a Wilmington, Delaware, laboratory lead to the vests that have saved the lives of thousands of soldiers and cops died Wednesday, 18 June. Stephanie Kwolek was 90 years old.