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Strength in the Shadows: A Tribute to the CIA and Navy SEALs

Talafofotom1 Wrote: May 30, 2012 1:18 AM
Now that's an interesting idea.If duels were still legal-who would really win??Obama has taken to heart the use of drones but damn that's expensive as hell did you know what a Harm rocket cost in the 90's? I do. a drone plus w/today's tech- a few drunk Sailors and a mrk19 could wipe out El guieda or how ever you spell it in a heart beat if you found out where they were. Thing is we can't really do that without HUMINT>look that up.It would be nice if we could get someone like Andy by God Jackson in office-wouldn't that be a fracas??

Shrouded even from public thanks are those CIA personnel and Navy SEALs who sacrifice for our nation without fanfare.


From Townhall Magazine's June tribute to "Strength in the Shadows," America's unsung operatives, by Peter Brookes:

Fleet Adm. Chester Nimitz, who commanded U.S. forces in the Pacific Theater during World War II, said “uncommon valor was a common virtue” among American troops in the bloody battle with Japanese forces for the island of Iwo Jima.

Those words uttered some...

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