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    CENTCOM: U.S. Troops Will Publicly Observe Ramadan Fast Or Else…

    by  • 29 June, 2015 • Military, Politics, WTF • 3 Comments

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    We all get the need to respect your host nation when operating… but c’mon, huge fines and/or a trip to the slammer? (CENTCOM) – “Members should be respectful of local customs and be patient with host nation personnel,” said Capt. Dan Sickles, host nation officer in-charge. “Ramadan is a countrywide religious celebration. Members should...

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    Colt Defense Files For Bankruptcy

    by  • 24 June, 2015 • Guns, Military • 2 Comments

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    (DiD) – Colt Defense, manufacturer of the M4 carbine, has filed for bankruptcy according to company press release late on Sunday. The company lost out to FN Herstal in 2013 for a lucrative US Army contract for the M4, following a 2012 contract which saw Remington break Colt’s hold on US M4 production. The...

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    “The Fallen of World War II” Riveting Video Explains Scale of Casualties

    by  • 8 June, 2015 • Military, Politics • 0 Comments

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    To see full screen, you will see the expand icon once you start playing the film at the bottom of the video. From RT: Interactive documentary’s data visualization brings staggering WWII losses to life Published time: June 07, 2015 19:36 A new interactive documentary, “The Fallen of World War II,” which helps viewers understand...

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    Right Wing Links 7 June 2015 Via The Legendary High Priest Of Rhythm

    by  • 7 June, 2015 • Communism, Culture, Economy, Military, Music, Politics • 1 Comment

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    (wiki) – John Henry Bonham (31 May 1948 – 25 September 1980) was an English musician and songwriter, best known as the drummer of Led Zeppelin. Bonham was esteemed for his speed, power, fast bass-drumming, distinctive sound, and “feel” for the groove. He is considered one of the greatest rock drummers. Rolling Stone readers named him “best...

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