You may have seen this post before. Some by utilizing the worthless website (snopes) claim its not true but hey, snopes is a joke and if you use that as your "authenticator" you should reevaluate it. I could care less if its true as it makes you think and ponder the many, many sacrifices your servicemembers make that mostly go unnoticed. True/not true, think about it because somewhere out there is a "tank". Time for a C-Gar
They told me the big black Lab's name was Reggie, as I looked at him lying in his pen. The shelter was clean, no-kill, and the people really friendly.
But something was still missing as I attempted to settle in to my new life here, and I thought a dog couldn't hurt. Give me someone to talk to. And I had just seen Reggie's advertisement on the local news. The shelter said they had received numerous calls right after, but they said the people who had come down to see him just didn't look like "Lab people," whatever that meant. They must've thought I did.
"A GBU-43/B Massive Ordnance Air Blast bomb strikes #ISIS cave and tunnel systems in the Achin district of the Nangarhar Province in eastern Afghanistan at 7:32 p.m. local time Thursday. The strike was designed to minimize risk to Afghan and U.S. Forces conducting clearing operations in the area while maximizing the destruction of ISIS fighters and facilities and eliminate any perceived safe haven for ISIS in Afghanistan."
This is the video taken from the C-130 at a very high altitude and very far away and the explosion still looks big. Note the shock wave from the blast. Nasty.......
Time for a C-Gar
The U.S. dropped a bomb containing 11 tons of explosives on an ISIS cave complex in Afghanistan’s Nangarhar province on the border with Pakistan on Thursday, a Pentagon spokesman confirmed to CBS News’ David Martin.
These things are "bad ass". Not only is the explosion from the 11 tons of explosive damaging, the physiological affect of this type of ordinance is all around pant shitting terrible. I have been in the area of this type of explosion aftermath and as it detonates just above ground ( at a predetermined altitude) and it is very affective for bad dudes in caves as it literally sucks the oxygen out of the sky and burns it rapidly. For bad dudes in a cave that means the air in your lungs leaves your body so fast because of the burn rate, we often found bad dudes with lungs hanging out of their mouth.Ya, that kind of bad ass. For the record, the article says "first time use" which is incorrect, these were used in 2003, not often but were used in the Tarin Kowt mountain range that included (use too) a large infrastructure of cave networks. They worked really good there as well....
Many readers of my blog (www.onemarinesview.com) have mentioned in emails etc. about different types of concealed carry holsters in discussions. I have tried out a bunch and one of my favorites is the CrossBreed super tuck. I have to say this is a nice holster as you can even wear a t-shirt and not notice the weapon on your hip.
So I open the floor to you and what you claim to be the "best concealed carry holster" Time for a C-Gar
Amazing New Technologies to Make America's Military Even Stronger.............and then some created for and by Lance Corporals
I came across this article showing some very sexy not so futuristic weaponry being developed in the 200lb think tanks in America. Cool story bro, but I can’t wait to see these beasts work after a 21 year old Lance Corporal Marine gets ahold of them, spills ham slice MRE juice on them, wipes his Copen Hagen spit off of them, or how they work after being in harsh conditions like that of Afghanistan with moon dust dirt everywhere. I'm going to bet, the 200lb brain engineers didn't grunt proof these new gadgets.....big mistake.....huge.
I think, they should hire the same young Marines to develop the next generation of weapons that would survive the initial contact of our young Marines and let them use them (remember, if it works, it isn't dumb). Some of them may include: