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How to Survive Friendly Fire

How to survive friendly fire needs to be on every Christian’s survival tactics list. Since it is bound to happen when least expected, knowing it exists is the first step towards your survival. 816 more words


Friendly Fire by John Gilstrap

Book blurb…

It begins with a shocking act of vengeance. Barista Ethan Falk chases a customer into the parking lot and kills him. He tells police that years ago the older man abducted and tortured him. 211 more words

General Fiction - Adult


Title: Friendly Fire

Author: John Gilstrap

Pages: 512

Publisher: Pinnacle

Publication Date: 28 June 2016

Rating: ★★★★★

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Report: Pentagon Investigating Friendly Fire that Killed Anti-ISIS Fighters in Syria

From Epoch Times, by Jack Phillips20

(AP Photo/Khalid Mohammed)

A U.S. warplane hit forces belonging to an allied Sunni Muslim militant group that Washington had trained to fight against ISIS in an apparent case of friendly fire, the… 359 more words

War On Terror

Police officials still not clear whether some Orlando shooting victims were shot by 'friendly fire'...

Via NYT..

More than 24 hours after a shooting rampage at a popular gay nightclub here, the police chief offered new details Monday about the his officers’ confrontations with the gunman while other officials said that all but one of the 49 victims had been identified. 890 more words


U.S. Says Friendly Fire Killed Syrian Allies - By ADAM ENTOUS and GORDON LUBOLD June 10, 2016 7:50 p.m. ET

Incident raises questions about Pentagon efforts to train groups fighting Islamic State

WASHINGTON—The U.S. military bombed a Syrian rebel unit it had trained and equipped in a friendly-fire incident in late May, prompting an internal investigation and raising questions about renewed Pentagon efforts to build local forces to battle Islamic State. 197 more words

Point Of Interest

Friendly Fire.

Friendly Fire
2.(in military combat) fire, as by artillery, by one’s own forces, especially when causing damage near or casualties to one’s own troops. 1,903 more words