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Monthly Archives: March 2021

Special Forces Group Drives 500 Miles of Extreme Terrain In Death Valley

Special Forces Group Drives 500 Miles of Extreme Terrain An Operational Detachment Alpha team from the U.S. Army 5th Special Forces Group (Airborne) drove overland through 500 miles of extreme terrain in Death Valley, Calif. This trip was designed to test the capabilities of the 1.1 vehicle in an environment …

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Profile: In The Skin of the Jihadist

An undercover British journalist infiltrates the online propaganda channels of the so-called Islamic State, only to be sucked in by her recruiter. While investigating the online ISIS recruitment techniques used to lure young European women into Syria as Jihadi brides, Amy Whittaker, a freelance journalist from London, creates a fake …

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Supreme Court Justice Thomas on Election Integrity

UPDATE MICHIGAN: The Judges ruled against the Deputy Secretary of State Jocelyn Benson who issued orders for absentee ballots for the 2020 election that were violation of the State constitution.. Like in many states, that the State Legislature was circumvented is illegal the court found. “The guidance issued by the …

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Putin the Former KGB Man, Military Officer Challenges Biden the Lifelong Political to a Debate

“I’ve just thought of this now,” Putin told a Russian state television reporter. “I want to propose to President Biden to continue our discussion, but on the condition that we do it basically live, as it’s called. Without any delays and directly in an open, direct discussion. It seems to …

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Rough Seas Ahead as China displays Super Power Superiority while U.S. talks Alliances

The Meeting in Anchorage of U.S., Chinese diplomats put on display the stark difference between the U.S. Touchy, Feely politically correct “Diplomacy” Undersecretary Sec of Defense Hicks stresses below vs. the Chinese aggressive plan to rule the world. The diplomatic temper tantrum thrown by Chinese Communist Party officials in Alaska …

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Captains Courageous

By John Stryker Meyer Christmas Day 1968 was just another day for Spike Team Idaho. Early that morning ST Idaho was loaded onto Kingbees and flown to the Quang Tri launch site. The early morning rush came to a halt at Quang Tri, as there was some sort of complication …

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A win for gun rights in the People’s Republic of Boulder, but is it temporary?

In sum, the Court finds that State of Colorado law preempts Boulder City Ordinance 8245 and Ordinance 8259 as they relate to the prohibition of the sale, possession, and transfer of assault weapons and LCMs, specifically the inclusion of “assault weapons” and “LCMs” in the definition of “illegal weapons” pursuant to …

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DHS: More Illegals at the border “than we have in the last 20 years.”

Statement by Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro N. Mayorkas Regarding the Situation at the Southwest Border There is understandably a great deal of attention currently focused on the southwest border.  I want to share the facts, the work that we in the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) and across the government …

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‘Me? Retire? When the Good Lord takes me home.’ “Buckshot” Smith, 91, still patrols the streets

‘Me? Retire? When the Good Lord takes me home.’ “Buckshot” Smith, 91, still patrols the streets Posted by: Pat Droney For Lawenforcement Today Here’s a story that will make you smile. In Arkansas, Officer L.C. “Buckshot” Smith has been patrolling the mean streets of Camden, Arkansas. Now normally that wouldn’t be …

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THE 2,000 YARD CLUB

The Elite Snipers By Harold Hutchison From the July 2014 issue of SOF While all snipers are elite, some of the crème de la crème of snipers have recorded kills at ranges of over 2,000 yards. Ten snipers… some of whom have not been identified, have made those incredible shots. …

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