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Blitz Britain: Amazing colour pictures of London under siege from Nazi bombers during World War II

For many, photographs from the World War II have only been seen in grainy black and white.

But now, new colour images have emerged that show the full horror of the destruction inflicted by Nazi bombings across London.

The powerful images were released to mark the 70th anniversary of the launch of Winston Churchill's 'V for Victory' campaign on July 19, 1941.

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Up Close And Personal

 July 27, 2011: While the U.S. Army eliminated bayonet drills from basic training last year, the U.S. Marine Corps has not. The marines kept it not so much for developing weapons skills, but for mentally conditioning marines for combat. The bayonet drills are part of larger program emphasizing one-on-one combat. The army does this, to a lesser extent, and now without bayonet training.

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Chip Implant Allows Terrorists To Speak To God

 

The implant is specifically designed to be injected in the forehead.   When properly installed, it will allow the terrorist to speak to God.   It comes in various sizes: Generally from .223 to .50 cal.   Theexact size of the implant will beselectedby a well-trained and highly skilled technician, who will also make the injection. No Anesthetic is required.   The implant may or may not be painless. Side effects, like headaches, nausea, aches and pains are extremely temporary.   Some bleeding or swelling may occur at the injection site.In mostcases, you won'tevennoticeit.   Please enjoy the security we provide for you.

Sgt Grit Newsletter July 28, 2011

 

 

I picked up my Granddaughter at Dance Camp. I was a few minutes late, so just hit my Sgt. Grit Marine Hymn horn. A few girls peeked out the window, but she didn't come out, so I went in. “Didn't you hear my horn?” I asked. “That was you? We thought it was the ice cream truck!” she said.

I still have work to do.

Robert A. Hall

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Guardian of patrols: Afghan dog fights like Marine

FORWARD OPERATING BASE PAYNE, Helmand province, Afghanistan — He defends Marines and sailors with love and tenacity, protecting them as any Marine would protect a brother-in-arms. He is the epitome of man’s best friend, shielding service members from the enemy while providing companionship and camaraderie. His name is Willy Pete, and he’s a warrior, a protector, a friend. He’s also a dog.

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