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Operation Australian Slipper, The Australian Defense Force Mission to Afghanistan

Operation Australian Slipper

Operation Australian Slipper was the Australian Defense Force Mission to Afghanistan. The mission was the longest in Australian history and the first KIAs were recorded since Australia's involvement in the vietnam war. The deployment was in several stages beginning 2002. with a total of 25000 troops serving 42 Australians were killed and 256 wounded. The withdrawal of the Australian troops was announced in Dec. 2014 and is to be completed by the end of this year.

Marines Cut Loose With Their Machine Guns

RAF BRIMSTONE STRIKE

WILL THE RAIDER BE THE KIOWA REPLACEMENT?

Sikorsky Unveils New S-97
By Harold Hutchison

Enfield #5 Jungle Carbines

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OWS, a sister company of Gibbs Rifle, has received the last known cache of original #5 Jungle Carbines. Every gun has been checked to be complete with all original parts, in good working order, by date (1944-1947) and by maker (ROF and BSA). Jungle Carbines saw services with airborne units in Holland in the Battle of Arnhem, as well as in the Pacific theater. It saw extensive service with Commonwealth forces throughout the 1950's and 1960's and was proven to be a hard-hitting, lightweight battle-tested rifle. These are very likely the last large grouping of original #5's ever to be seen. When they are gone, they are gone. Must have FFL to purchase. C&R eligible.

American Sniper Movie Trailer

Our Old Friend the Warthog A-10 is on "A Long and Unprecedented Deployment"

Our Old Friend the Warthog A-10 is on "A Long and Unprecedented Deployment"

ISIS, Watch Out, the Hog is Back

. The Indiana Air National Guard's 122nd FS will be taking the 'Hog on an unprecedentedly large and long deployment to CENTCOM's area of operations this October where it will likely take on ISIS like only the' 35 year old workhorse Hog can.

With much of the same capability of an F-16 enhanced by the capability of getting much lower and closer to targets, the Hog will be a great asset to the Search and Destroy Missions (SCAR) strikes agains ISIS in Iraq.

FILIPINO MARINE FORCE RECON BATTALION COURSE : NOT ALLOWED IN THE U.S. MILITARY

FORCE RECON BADASSERY: Do or Die
Filipino Special Forces undergo high pressure sharpshooting and airborne training in order receive the coveted Force Recon badge of honor that only 300 of 9000 troops hold. 50% fail or back out of the high stakes sharp shooting challenge alone.

The Filipino Special Forces, including the Marine Scout Snipers, work alongside U.S. Forces that have been given rights to operate from three to five bases in the Philippines. The allies track down the terrorists and prepare in the event of a China aggression, although the latter is denied by U.S. officials.

Filipina Soldiers

IS AMNESTY A THREAT TO GUN RIGHTS?

Gun Writer Raises Alarm
By Harold Hutchison

Could granting amnesty to the millions of illegals in the United States be a death blow for gun rights in the United States? That is the argument one prominent gun-rights blogger is making.

K-9 Kye Gets an Officer's Sendoff

Salute to Our K-9 Officers, Military and Law Enforcement
The K-9 Kye, 3- year- old Belgian German Shepard, died after being stabbed by a burglary suspect on 24 August 2014. He was given an officer's funeral.

EBOLA IN THE UNITED STATES

As 3,000 Troops Head Overseas, Ebola Comes to America’s Shores
By Harold Hutchison

While elements of the 101st Airborne Division (Air Assault) has been deployed to West Africa to help combat the epidemic of Ebola, at least two patients are being held in isolation in hospitals in Hawaii and Texas, and there may be dozens of Americans exposed.