US Troops sustain more losses in Iraq and Afghanistan
DoD Identifies Marine Casualty The Department of Defense announced today the death of a Marine who was supporting Operation Enduring Freedom.Full Story
#1 Dec 13, 2009
It might be beneficial to bring in the USGS if you care to conquer the mountains. I am sure that some of the universities may have studied those mountains leaving some records behind. Also looking into mining records for that region would be helpful since it could provide a clue as to hiding places and last but not least would also include the archaeology of the region especially for artifacts found in caves and possibly list the location of the caves. Rocks can speak; you just need to know their language.
A suggestion provided by a friend of Sgt. John M. Russell (Camp Liberty clinic shooter). Please take this into consideration on his behalf.
#2 Dec 31, 2009
#3 Jan 5, 2010
Even though you say is as sarcasm, you're damn right our soldiers are brave. I'm not going to check out your link but as we all know things happen during war especially when soldiers snap and anger and rage take over.
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