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Sniper of the week - Carlos Hathcock (Marines)

Carlos Norman Hathcock II (20 May 1942 – 23 February 1999) was a United States Marine Corps sniper with a service record of 93 confirmed kills. 1,005 more words

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Stress & Arousal...why its a good thing!

It’s good to understand that stress isn’t all bad. There is an optimal performance zone based on arousal levels. This has been used with high performing athletes and soldiers for years. 391 more words

AS IT RELATES TO A CONVERSATION WITH GREEN BERET, A COP, AND A FRIEND

the conversation was about us getting old and how our lives have isolated us.   many of my articles discuss this,  he finally said  ,   in short,    we have earned the right to discard what we want,  because we have the experience to make the choice, 414 more words

U.S. Army Special Forces!

Celebrate the Army’s Special Forces branch birthday with the most specialized experts in unconventional warfare.

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Meet Russia's Arctic Brigade - BBC News [VIDEO]

Moscow has accused Nato of a military build-up in the Arctic close to Russia’s borders. Steve Rosenberg is the first British journalist to be given access to the country’s Arctic Brigade, which is now making its presence felt in the region.

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REFERENCE BOOK: US Army Special Forces Team History and Insignia 1975 to the Present by Gary Perkowski

US Army Special Forces Team History and Insignia 1975 to the Present by Gary Perkowski

Hardcover Size: 8 1/2″ x 11″
416 pages featuring 4,144 color and b/w photos… 237 more words

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