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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.

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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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