Why do you even bother to write "You do know that SEALs are apart of our Armed Forces, don't you". Oh, I thought they were a part of the girl guides of labour secretariat. DOH. Did I write or insinuate that they were not? How dumb can you be, posing such a question.<quoted text>
You do know that SEALs are apart of our Armed Forces, don't you. Oh, the Silent Hawks were part of the 160th Special Operations Aviation Regiment and are apart of the ARMY!
By the way, the VERY FIRST commander of the 160th was a family friend, LTC Henry. He was killed in a classified mission and the loss is SECRETE so it will be another few years before they declassify the accident and we will find out what happened.
And I also had another friend who was killed in a classified accident with the 160th.
Ever since Vietnam I have been very leary of "spooks". And I want nothing of any mission that is not totally up front. Nuclear Surety missions are also classified but at least you know all the details.
Silent Hawks? How irrelevant can you be? How about the Seals' uniforms and their boots? Could they accomplish their mission without those? Who invented them, who had their purchases funded? Which president?
LTC Henry. Most regrettable his death and our thanks for his brave and honourable service. But, wth does that have to do with the subject at hand? Are you sane? My father served in WW I. How's that for relevance?
Gibberish, won't even comment your looney-tooney last paragraph omg.