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9/11

It should be noted that the 13th anniversary of 9/11 did not go unnoticed by Americans in Beijing. The Ambassador led a remembrance at the U.S. 106 more words

China

Air to Ground: Marine Corps Rappelling

CAMP HANSEN, OKINAWA, Japan — Marines rappelled, fast-roped and performed Special Patrol Insertion/Extraction training as part of the Helicopter Rope Suspension Techniques Course Aug. 19-20 at the Central Training Area near Camp Hansen, Okinawa. 582 more words

Military Aviation

No-go at the Farnborough Air Show

There’s been a bit of a hullabaloo about the F-35 lately. More than usual – which is saying something. The staple of America’s so-called ‘5th generation’ fighter force, the jet has been the subject of popular malignant and military espousal alike. 1,235 more words

WHO ARE THEY?
If you just take a moment and actually think; all that you will find around you is war, either it is ideological, political, religious or for the reason that they have got excess of weapons, large number of army and most of all; the drones and they don’t know where to spend them.

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Blue Eyed Guys are Easier to Love?

What is it with girls and their obsession with guys with blue eyes (I could say the same for guys, I mean have you heard any country songs?) Is it the fact that they have this aura of mystery about them that makes them more desirable. 114 more words

Book Review- Always Faithful, Always Forward by Dick Couch

Always Faithful, Always Forward, by Dick Couch, is not my first book by this author I’ve read. A former US Navy SEAL, this man is one of the boys in the Special Operations community, which has helped to gain access to the content of his books. 362 more words

Book Reviews

How to Survive in a Marine Corps Basic Training Program

Marines Training

Marines training are all but easy so one who is aspiring to be part of this valiant group must do a lot of preparation, physically and mentally. 539 more words

American Veterans