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Soldiers, seen in this image from video, ride in the back of a truck as they move away from helicopters of the U.S. Army's 173rd Airborne Brigade at the Harir airfield, 45 miles northeast of the Kurdish city of Irbil, in northern Iraq on Friday March 28, 2003. (AP Photo/APTN)

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Creedence Clearwater Revival - Bad Moon Rising Vietnam

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Royal Marines in Afghanistan Storm a Taliban Compound in 2007, via Flickr.

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The Devil's Cigarette Lighter was a natural gas well fire at Gassi Touil in the Sahara Desert of Algeria. Ignited when a pipe ruptured on November 6, 1961, the Phillips Petroleum Company-owned well produced more than 6,000 cubic feet of natural gas per second, whose flame rose between 450 feet and 800 feet. The flame was seen from orbit by John Glenn. The blowout and fire were estimated to have consumed enough gas to supply Paris for three months, burning 550,000,000 cubic feet per day.

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“Rich and powerful” = “media” controlled by the Republican government. Vote For Bernie #FeeltheBern

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from the Guardian

The lies Trump told this week: from opposing the Iraq war to San Bernardino

The lies Trump told this week: from opposing the Iraq war to San Bernardino…

U.S. Delta Force and British SAS forming kill teams to take out ISIS leadership http://prepperchimp.com/2014/08/27/u-s-delta-force-and-british-sas-forming-kill-teams-to-take-out-isis-leadership/

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Military War Dogs. They are a huge part in the success of our military. Many war dogs actually outrank soldiers. They and their handlers have been a great asset to the US services.

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from The Columbian

Float will honor the dogs of the military

U.S. Marine Gunnery Sgt. Christopher Willingham with Lucca near the Natural Balance Pet Foods' 2013 Rose Parade entry, "Canines with Courage," a floral replica of the Military Working Dog Teams National Monument, in Irwindale, California, on December 27, 2012. Lucca, an 8-year old German Shepherd/ Malinois mix, was deployed in Iraq and Afghanistan. After losing a leg to a roadside bomb, Lucca is now retired and lives with her first handler, Sgt. Willingham.

Stephen Colbert makes Donald Rumsfeld squirm until he nearly admits Iraq war was a mistake

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