Its Operation Market Garden. Two men parachute down to Holland, just to find out that they are totally lost. Watch to find out what happens next.
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Summer 2002. After a routine patrol of Bethlehem for armed terrorists an IDF patrol stops for a break on the outskirts of the city and encounters a group of children.
Wargaming**** presents its new RTS game called Order of War: Challenge
These were pictures taken while assigned to Ft. Richardson, Alaska from 1989-1993. The country was beautiful and the music I chose just expressed it all the better
The brainless, limbless Goomba battles the dim-witted Koopa in the most unnecessarily epic fight of all time! It's a duel to determine the best of the basic, but this brawl has some strange surprises in store...
Inspire Bristol - Forgiveness Part 1/6 - John Delaney from South Africa Guest Trainer John Delaney, former South African Paratrooper, discusses the principles of why Forgiveness is needed in our world, how we can give it, and how we need to get it. www.inspirebristol******
Inspire Bristol - Forgiveness - Part 3/6 - John Delaney from South Africa - Guest Trainer John Delaney, former South African Paratrooper, discusses the principles of why Forgiveness is needed in our world, how we can give it, and how we need to get it. www.inspirebristol******
Inspire Bristol - Forgiveness - Part 4/6 - John Delaney from South Africa - Guest Trainer John Delaney, former South African Paratrooper, discusses the principles of why Forgiveness is needed in our world, how we can give it, and how we need to get it. www.inspirebristol******
paratroop regiments in the aghanistan war, with some footage of the royal irish gaurds
JFK Assassin Story Part 1.
Assassin Story part 2 Obviously this is now begining to look like a open and shut School Book Job you may deposit your school book at any time. Even with flaws this is still the King Arthur of all the authors on the subject of the assassination. Assassin contacts the white house cook for his favorite meals. They turn out to be some green stinging locust only found in the Texas region.
He tells the President about having a large supply of them for a scrumptious meal to make plans to visit Dallas.
He gets the date now he has to secure the bugs and so runs adds in the news paper and later on TV news so much per bug which at the end he paid a dollar each.
Then on the 11/22/63 he delivers the bugs at motorcade assembly starting point.
There he finds young adolescent girls tied up in barbwire and gets them free and pays a orphan errand boy to get a bag amphibian toxin this makes them croak and die in the motorcade so a large reduction of limos.
After the slaughter of your beloved Presidental leader the Dallas Detective photograph by Ruby & Oswald refuse to arrest any one due to his experience in homicide and the lack of blood to suggest not human.
Oswald secretly a snitch for the FBI not known at the time has his name revealed. Just as the police would do with a Narc is arrest him to get him out of danger and still keep him in operation as the bad guy.
The Helmet in which the assassin rested his rifle over to shoot JFK was mauled over by a Catholic Priest and hallucinated by him as a grassy knoll is one out of two start ups of this man from the grassy knoll.
The school or class of knoll in Russian knoll means nothing so the school class of nothing was his education on the other hand knoll means zero refering to scope so it could also be a prestigious sniper school too.
The helmet a two bit war surplus 25th infantry paratrooper division symbol seen in other assassinations the only connecting clue.
Fearless fighting soldier from the sky
or religiously put avenging angel of death from the heavens.
Jackies clone enety is what some physcians call it a Mormom Faggot Clone Worm this worm when the snorkle is down is the same shape of Utah. So here is some spagetti western music to go with a pile of Jackie's ugly Mormon clone worm
Amphibian toxins design for amphibian and water strider are effective agains covert incognito clones.
I got another sensor for you who may want to check your new presidental canidates.
Go to a automotive store acquire a laser temperature gun the more expensive the more confidence youll have.
Most clones temperatures run about 63% degrees this section where I am at they are 86% degrees this is not conclusive if you laze some one and they are 96% some eat chilli peppers to keep their temps up.
You may also want to take temperatures all around you covertly those arrogant ones that you hate and make friction.
More secret info coming on Part 3. shooting with your unorganized militia under article 1. section 5 must be natural born presidents can not be clone from troglodyte mayhem labratories and put into office.
Blessed Is the Match is the first documentary feature about Hannah Senesh, the World War II-era poet and diarist who became a paratrooper, resistance fighter and modern-day Joan of Arc. Safe in Palestine in 1944, she joined a mission to rescue Jews in her native Hungary. Shockingly, it was the only outside rescue mission for Jews during the Holocaust. Hannah parachuted behind enemy lines, was captured, tortured and ultimately executed by the Nazis. Her mother Catherine witnessed the entire ordeal - first as a prisoner with Hannah and later as her advocate, braving the bombed-out streets of Budapest in a desperate attempt to save Hannah. With unprecedented access to the Senesh family archive, this powerful story unfolds through the writings and photographs of Hannah and Catherine Senesh.
What better way to get into the woods than on a bicycle. Andrew shows you the Paratrooper rugged mountain bike with front disk brakes and 24 speeds
By turning one quick lever, the X5 Paratrooper folds in less than 30 seconds into 3' x 3' pack that can be dropped from a plane, thrown in the back of car or a tossed into a canoe. This is the ultimate Bushcraft transport.
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It is near the end of WWII. The Germans have lost most of France, and the Allied forces decide to give them the final hit. They plan to drop thousands of paratroopers in Holland and keep a few key positions there, until reenforcements arrive. The most important spot is the bridge of Arnhem; once it's captured, it can block everything west of Germany
A brand new video is introducing the new faction in Armaversum - British Armed Forces.
Next in the line-up of military simulators, this huge add-on for the recently released Arma 2: Operation Arrowhead deploys on August 26th and delivers a
new campaign, numerous single missions and a brand new faction, expanding upon the already epic collection offered up by Arma 2's mil-sim sandbox.
Players take on the role of British paratroopers and engage the enemy on an asymmetric battlefield. Less than two months after Operation Arrowhead
successfully routed the Takistani military regime, NATO coalition forces face a large-scale outbreak of guerilla insurgency. A mechanized force of British troops is about to deploy and embark upon a large-scale counter-insurgency campaign, which will define the future of the coalition presence in Takistan: Operation "Crimson Lance".
BAF provides an opportunity to explore the beautiful country of Takistan in even more depth, and offers the chance to hop across the border to Karzeghistan in the Shapur e-Dalanper region - a brand new area included as bonus content. A small, strategically important area, Shapur consists of pockets of densely developed settlements and industrial complexes within its regional boundaries, located just on the Karzeghi side of Takistan's volatile borderlands. Unprecedented freedom of movement, action and tactics - together with hundreds of unique models and epic sandbox-style maps - create the most authentic military simulation game available in the world today: war without the training wheels.
With British forces moving in to initiate a counter-insurgency campaign, players can outfit themselves with Multi-Terrain Pattern uniforms and DPM smocks designed for arid desert areas. Amid the array of the available armaments are the trademark L85A2 infantry assault rifles, machineguns in the form of the L86A2 Light Support Weapon, the L110A1 and the legendary GPMG, along with the L115A1 Long Range Rifle and the formidable AS50 for snipers. Vehicles include the modernised Warrior and Jackal 2 MWMIK armored trucks, with air support provided by Apache AH1 gunships and AH11 Wildcat multirole helicopters. The Merlin HC3 and Chinook HC2 are the backbone of airborne troop transportation.
Arma 2: Operation Arrowhead is available now! Check out the project´s homepage www.arma2**** and learn more about Arma 2: Combined Operations - a unique collection of the original Arma 2 and the massive standalone expansion pack, Arma 2: Operation Arrowhead.
Arma 2: British Armed Forces will be deployed exclusively for the PC on 26th August 2010. It will be available for GBP 7.99/EUR 8.99/USD 9.99
Wa WA Punx Hooty Hoo from the album Hip Hop Kicks now on itunes *******itunes.apple****/us/artist/wa-...
Wa WA Punx Hip Hop Kicks is a unique mix of alternative hip hop offered up with a block-rocking mix of fresh cut lyrics and cutting edge beats. In its kaleidoscope of deep fried old school funk and hip hop beats, Hip Hop Kicks presents an album awash with driving verses and seductive choruses. Hip Hop Kicks feels like slipping into your favourite pair of classic beat up hi tops.
This song is written and produced by Wa WA Punx, made up of Dylan Rippon and Cory Jarnagin, aka Cory J. The transatlantic duo have blended old school hip hop with a punk rock sensibility and have created seamlessly catchy tunes, perfect for promo makers looking to lace their production with electropop, rock, 70's funk and classic hip hop.
Dylan Rippon is a British avant garde musician who currently fronts the London-based tri Bears From Labrador. He is a prolific songwriter and has collaborated with a who's who of the commercial world.
Cory Jarnagin is a Seattle, Washington based hip hop artist whose lyrics fuse wit and cultural relevance with a 90's hip hop aesthetic. He frequently composes a ukulele, and performs to a boom box recording of his beats.
I make a groove, make it move
Make 'em move with the groove
Make it hooty, make it hoo
Make it hooty hoo
When I do what I do
I stay true to my rules never waiver on the flavour
No blue suede shoes
No diggity, no Dr. Seuss
I just sharp shoot
So lace up your boots paratroops
I get a bump from Colbert
Cash crisp like cold air
There's a perfect circle in every square
It's all Oregon country fair
And I'm always prepared to grow a beard and be a
With post apocalyptic
Hip hop acoustic
Eclectic musings with electric music
I got this feeling and it just ain't right
I'm goin' crazy on it every night
So in the flow when the beat gets tight
Gonna' make it, shake it, down with my own thing
I speak frankly, Sarah tall and plainly
Strangely gangly, funk gone gamey
Ancient symphonies, LSD epiphanies
Third class amenities on this train to infinity
Histories, mysteries, Seattle I'm listening
To Amarillo gorillas and a bowl of Rice Krispies
Piggity pork chop, snap crackle pop
TMZ it's me and I'm ready for my close-up
I got this feeling and it just ain't right
I'm goin' crazy on it every night
So in the flow when the beat gets tight
Gonna' make it shake it, down with my own thing
Summary of The 508th Connection
by Zig Boroughs
When I arrived home after my army discharge in 1945, the challenges of adult civilian life excited me tremendously. I passionately anticipated living as a husband and father, no longer separated by the Atlantic Ocean and a dangerous war from my wife and child. I eagerly plunged into active civilian employment, impatient to establish a career of peaceful service to humanity. Although the experiences and feelings of World War II affected by attitudes and ideals, my energies were so devoted to other interests, the memories of the war years were pushed into an inactive part of my brain. For many years I thought very little about the 508th Parachute Infantry Regiment, and I lost contact with all but one of my paratrooper buddies.
Then at 11:00 PM, Christmas Eve 1983, a memory of Christmas Eve 1944 forced its way to the surface. My wife and I were visiting with our daughter, Gini, and her family. We were waiting for our grandchildren to go to bed so that Santa Claus could prepare for Christmas morning. Noticing that it was 11:00 PM, I announced, “Let me tell you what I was doing at this hour thirty-nine years ago!”
I told the story “Burial and Birth,” which you may read in this volume. When I finished the story, Gini told me, “Dad, you should write this story and send it to all our family members.”
Once I wrote one story, the dam burst and a floodgate of stories awoke in my memory, which resulted in the book, A Private’s Eye View of World War II. Many details had faded with time, and I needed to check with my paratrooper buddies to get my stories straight. Senator Strom Thurman’s staff helped me locate Jim Allardyce, secretary of the 508th Parachute Infantry Association. Allardyce provided a roster of the association membership with their addresses. This enabled me to verify or correct my stories, A Private’s Eye View of World War II. Other veterans of the 508th began to tell me their stories. Some suggested that I write another book and tell their experiences, which resulted in The Devil’s Tale.
For over twenty years, I have collected information from others. The most important source of information has come from the 508th veterans. Since I have been associated with the 508th Parachute Infantry Association, I have met hundreds of fellow veterans of the regiment and have listened to their stories. Through the association, I have also met friends of the 508th from England, France, Belgium, Holland, Germany, and Israel. These friends have also given me valuable information. I have chosen the title The 508th Connection to give credit to all those who have so generously helped as friends and as sources of information. The “connections” are much more than sources for writing a book. They are friends whom I treasure. They are closer than friends. We are family.
The 508th Connection tells the stories of the lives of men of the 508th Parachute Infantry Regiment, Eighty-second Airborne Division. As you read the stories in The 508th Connection, you will become connected with their lives—in the barracks, in the pubs, and on the battlefield. The stories are both entertaining and educational. They will capture your heart, your imagination, and your understanding of what it was like for the paratroopers to live through the horrors of war while keeping their sanity and humor. There are humorous stories, romantic stories, and battle stories, stories about being captured by the enemy. There are stories of men who killed to survive, who lived in foxholes, who helped and were helped by local people. Throughout the book, we connect with the paratroopers who relied on each other for survival. This is their story.
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