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Roy Boehm,..Known as the father of the Navy SEALs. Roy fought and served in WWII, the Korean War, and the Vietnam War. As a diver Roy also provided support to Brigade 2506 during the Bay of Pigs Invasion until JFK cancelled all support to the mission. Roy actually had a list of criticisms of JFK over his handling of the Bay of Pigs. These criticisms helped JFK see the benefit in Roy and ordered him to create a special fighting unit which became the Navy SEALs.

Roy Boehm,..Known as the father of the Navy SEALs. Roy fought and served in WWII, the Korean War, and the Vietnam War. As a diver Roy also provided support to Brigade 2506 during the Bay of Pigs Invasion until JFK cancelled all support to the mission. Roy actually had a list of criticisms of JFK over his handling of the Bay of Pigs. These criticisms helped JFK see the benefit in Roy and ordered him to create a special fighting unit which became the Navy SEALs.

The commander of Regimental Combat Team Leibstandarte Adolf Hitler SS Standartenführer (Colonel) Fritz Witt (right) poses the problem of their soldier. Photography is an interesting headdress of a soldier in the foreground. Time taken: 08/24/1943

The commander of Regimental Combat Team Leibstandarte Adolf Hitler SS Standartenführer (Colonel) Fritz Witt (right) poses the problem of their soldier. Photography is an interesting headdress of a soldier in the foreground. Time taken: 08/24/1943

Marcel "Bruno" Bigeard (1916-2010) was one of the most decorated soldiers in France; he rose from enlisted man Second Class, the lowest possible rank, in 1936 and finished his career in 1976 with the rank of LT General (Airborne).He fought in WW2, Indochina, and Algeria. He was particularly controversial for his defense of the use of torture in counter-insurgency operations in the Algerian War.

Marcel "Bruno" Bigeard (1916-2010) was one of the most decorated soldiers in France; he rose from enlisted man Second Class, the lowest possible rank, in 1936 and finished his career in 1976 with the rank of LT General (Airborne).He fought in WW2, Indochina, and Algeria. He was particularly controversial for his defense of the use of torture in counter-insurgency operations in the Algerian War.

Jacques Pâris de la Bollardière, officier à la 13ème DBLE à Narvick

Jacques Pâris de la Bollardière, officier à la 13ème DBLE à Narvick

Weeee… Ever dream to being sniper as your job? i do =) hahaha. Sniper such deathly weapon in any battle. For me sniper is very cool. Killing people from no where, and only kill base on the mi…

The Great Sniper Ever Told In World History

Weeee… Ever dream to being sniper as your job? i do =) hahaha. Sniper such deathly weapon in any battle. For me sniper is very cool. Killing people from no where, and only kill base on the mi…

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