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Osprey fly over for the Dallas-Packer game-Motto Monday


2016-10-16 22.21.31 

The above video is viewed from the ground,the below video is from the aircraft.

If you watched the Dallas Cowboys and Green Bay Packers football game, you may have seen the osprey fly over during the Natl Anthem. Have flown on them often and was the guinea pig to do the fast rope and rapelling testing out of them back in the day, I can tell you, they are awesome aircraft. Time for a C-Gar 

Hurlburt Field’s 8th Special Operations Squadron will be conducting a CV-22 Osprey flyover at the start of the game versus the Dallas Cowboys at storied Lambeau Field in Green Bay, Wisconsin. Read more here

Army.....you are fat


Ya, I have seen some fat ass Marines, but not for long as we launch them. Below you can read how the "Army Stong" is strongest in the chow hall. As being identified as having the most overweight members (totally thought the Navy  would have won this one)  they are all making their commanders proud. Glad they give us safety glasses cause when this army Joe's pop a button, it could poke your eye out. Well, maybe the enemy will challenge us to an eating contest vs combat, the army will devour them. Time for a C-Gar 

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US Navy launches counterstrike after having been shot at

2016-10-12 21.58.48

Despite not even hearing this on the news,it's about time the Navy steps up to all of the pushing around it has been getting. I would swing those ships around again tomorrow for another bar age just to make sure they know who they are messing with. Time for a C-Gar

 "Early this morning local time, the U.S. military struck three radar sites in Houthi-controlled territory on Yemen's Red Sea coast. Initial assessments show the sites were destroyed. The strikes -- authorized by President Obama at the recommendation of Secretary of Defense Ash Carter and Chairman of the Joint Chiefs General Joseph Dunford -- targeted radar sites involved in the recent missile launches threatening USS Mason and other vessels operating in international waters in the Red Sea and the Bab al-Mandeb. Read full story here