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Old 08-20-2013, 01:22 PM   #1
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putting up the flag....because i can

check it out, enjoy

(http://puttinguptheflag.com/ old link, website was pulled)

here it is, thank you to all who have served our country in ANY CAPACITY

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This is for all to enjoy



thanks to all that have served



Amazing it's already been 6 months

ETA 11/11/17 apparently people want to make money off this so it has been pulled what BS...if you find a good link let me know

ETA 2 11/13/17 link fixed
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Old 08-20-2013, 02:20 PM   #2
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Re: putting up the flag....because i can

Thanks for posting that.

As you may know, I am a Vietnam era veteran.

I hope that the American people soon learn to be grateful for what they have, and do not fall prey to Socialism and Tyranny. It almost seems that there are too many "sheeple" out there.
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Old 08-20-2013, 02:45 PM   #3
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Desert Storm here, thank you
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Old 08-20-2013, 07:35 PM   #4
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Re: putting up the flag....because i can

Being in the Navy theonly action I saw was sinking one of Muammar Gaddafi Russian Nanuchka-class corvette during "The Line of Death" Two A-6Es from VA-55 attacked a Nanuchka-class corvette which was heading towards the USS Yorktown (CG-4, prompting CG-48 to vector Intruder to deploy Rockeye munnitions, consequently, striking hostile threat and eventually sinking the vessel off the coast of Benghazi. A Libyan missile installation near Surt (Sirte) launched two Soviet-made SA-5 "Gammon" surface-to-air missiles at us, but missed.

The worst damage we received was when we went to the Black Sea and the Soviet frigate Bezzavetniy rammed us.



I did get a metal for the Achille Lauro hijacker intercept

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Old 09-05-2014, 02:06 PM   #5
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Re: putting up the flag....because i can

this was buried on page 4, wanted to show a buddy...so bump!!
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fixed link to video, already been 6 months!

I gotta get busy on bus, glad weather is warming up
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Being in the Navy theonly action I saw was sinking one of Muammar Gaddafi Russian Nanuchka-class corvette during "The Line of Death" Two A-6Es from VA-55 attacked a Nanuchka-class corvette which was heading towards the USS Yorktown (CG-4, prompting CG-48 to vector Intruder to deploy Rockeye munnitions, consequently, striking hostile threat and eventually sinking the vessel off the coast of Benghazi. A Libyan missile installation near Surt (Sirte) launched two Soviet-made SA-5 "Gammon" surface-to-air missiles at us, but missed.

The worst damage we received was when we went to the Black Sea and the Soviet frigate Bezzavetniy rammed us.



I did get a metal for the Achille Lauro hijacker intercept

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check it out, enjoy

(http://puttinguptheflag.com/ old link, website was pulled)

here it is, thank you to all who have served our country in ANY CAPACITY

remember Rosie?
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This is for all to enjoy



thanks to all that have served



Amazing it's already been 6 months

Very lovely video!
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Old 09-04-2015, 02:21 PM   #10
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Well going on several years, here is a bump to remind everybody.....well....just to remember... Enjoy the weekend and be safe...

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Damn you, CC ....you made it dusty in here...............most chik-fila's do the same thing....
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