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Hero's ♥♥♥♥


Hero's ♥♥♥♥

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Staff Sgt. Julian McDonald could never leave a member of his team behind. So, when his bomb-sniffing dog got shot during battle, he knew there was only one thing he could do.

Soldier Keeps His Promise to Protect the Dog That Saved His Life

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wounded warrior and his little angel.

Heroes able to do anything!!!

Meet Army MSG Mark Allen, hero wounded in search for Bowe Bergdahl

American Soldiers

Military Dog Picture of the Week. (May 19th, 2012) K9 Trials!

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NO MORE AMERICAN MONEY FOR MEXICO!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! VACATION ANYWHERE BUT THERE!!!!

America

Amen

A Message From A Former Muslim - "I was born and raised as Muslim. My whole family is still Muslim. I know every genetic code of Muslim. I know Islamic brain. I live and breath with them. I am an insider. I left Islam when I understood that Islam is a sick and evil religion.'

A Message From A Former Muslim

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James Foley killed by ISIS militants - BelleNews.com

James Foley killed by ISIS militants - BelleNews.com

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US Marine Medic Running Along Beach with Injured Vietnamese Infant under Fire During Vietnam War. #Vietnam #Marines

"American Soldier Weeping After Battle" An American soldier collapses in his hands from the strain of fighting along the Taegu front, South Korea. c.1950

I love this beautiful picture! May there be many more like it.

Wounded American troops being transported via tank to the rear for further medical attention during the Battle of Hue in South Vietnam, February 1968.

Once Upon a Time in War : Photo

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Marine Corps recognizes accomplishments of first African American Marines, the Montford Point Marines. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Cpl. Jeremy Ware)

Nurse Capt. Allyson Dossman poses with Basco, a military working dog, at Forward Operating Base Lagman, Afghanistan, during her 2012-2013 deployment to the Miranda Trauma Center Forward Surgical Team. Now chief of the Yellow Ribbon Psychological Health Advocacy Program for Air Force Reserve Command, Dossman said research shows that petting a dog is linked to reduced blood pressure, lowered heart rate and an increased sense of well-being. (Courtesy photo)

.American Soldiers Carry The World

Shall Be My Brother Forever....

U. S. Navy Color Guard

December 7, 1941 Pearl Harbor Thank you for your sacrifice, and for my freedom.

This officer is a hero. He found an abandoned child in an abandoned house and rescued him. #hopeforhumanity