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A Thousand Bayonets
25 Jan 2012
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Hon. James David Manning, PhD says we must boycott the media. This message was preached on The Manning Report on 30 September 2009. Go to *******www.atlah**** for more information. Follow us on twitter at *******twitter****/ATLAHWorldwide Distributed by Tubemogul.
2 Oct 2009
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PLEASE NOTE: THIS VIDEO IS SILENT! (No Sound Track) Tom and Ray performing their winning two man tandem trick drill routine at the Greater NY Invitational Drill Meet, Manhattan Armory, NY. These are 15 pound 1903A3 Springfield Rifles with 11 inch bayonets attached. Note the last "Helicopter Toss" actually leaves the camera's field of view for a few seconds!!!!
25 Jun 2009
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LED Shop is Australia s leading online LED supplier, providing an extensive range of LED Light Bulbs, LED Spotlight, LED Bayonet Bulbs with 2yrs Warranty and FREE Shipping.
10 Jun 2013
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This is my own Audemars Piguet watch collection. For inquiries regarding quotation, additional pictures and further details, please see ABOUT ME, or visit freereplica**** or freereplica****. Or send us an email freereplicagmail****. Thank you!
13 Sep 2007
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Save a bundle on the Wera Kraftform Kompakt Screwdriver this holiday season. Right now we are selling this incredible tool for only $29.20! Get yours before it's too late from our website: *******tinyurl****/2v8tno9 . Happy Holidays from Jamestown Distributors!
15 Dec 2010
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Integrating solid-state electronics with advanced LED technology, LEDtronics' AUT-1157 LED lamps offer automotive applications years of reliable performance, which represents potentially millions of dollars in reduced repairs and ancillary costs. Due to faster turn-on times than conventional incandescent signal lamps, AUT-1157 LED lamps promote safe driving by increasing the amount of response time available for motorists. AUT-1157 LED lamps operate 0.2 seconds quicker than incandescents. That's an extra 19 feet of response time at 65 mph for the trailing vehicle. [Distance traveled = (mph)(5280 feet/mile)(1/3600 hour/sec)(0.2 sec.)] The results? Less rear-end collisions, which are the second most frequent type automotive accidents. The AUT-1157 LED lamps advantages over equivalent incandescents are not limited to automotive repairs and accidents, but extend to collateral issues such as property damage claims, productivity losses, medical expenses, legal and court costs, etc. . . . AUT-1157 LEDs offer economic savings far greater than offered by the price of the incandescent bulb. LEDtronics' 1157 automotive LED bulbs feature industry-standard 15mm index dual-contact bayonet bases that are plug-compatible with most major automotive manufacturers' 12-Volt DC systems.* Other voltages available are 24V, 28V, 36V and 48V. AUT-1157 LED lamps replace incandescent lamps numbered 1157, 2057 and European P21/15W bulbs. AUT-1157 LEDs feature built-in current-limiting resistors and polarity-protection diodes to assure that circuit modifications are not required. *******www.ledtronics****/ds/aut1157/ More info at: *******www.ledtronics****/datasheets/... *******www.ledtronics****
23 May 2007
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Systema Kadochnikova Russian Style Russian Martial Art is a system of education in human biomechanics and the study of human behavior under extreme situations. Students are guided towards introspection and exploration of their full human potential. Movement is natural and free, and acquiring skills is based on the study of Cossack and Russian folk dances, Slavic folklore, and "Natural Laws." The ancient Slavic martial traditions dates to the nomadic steppe-warriors of approximately 5,000 BCE, passed from father to son in families for generations of pre-Soviet Russia, and then only among the elite combat specialist subdivisions (SPETSNAZ) of the former USSR. Scott Sonnon, USA Sambo Team Coach and Trainer and World Sambo Vice-Champion, was the first foreigner accepted into this heritage in the attempt to bring the world together in fraternity. Sonnon imported the art to America in 1996 to improve the quality of life of his compatriots through the Russian health system, advanced sports biomechanics, and elite combative preparation. In 2000, one of the sportive derivations of Russian Martial Art, named Sambo, will be Olympic at the Sydney Games. Russian Martial Art derives its name ROSS from "ROSSIYA" which is the Russian spelling for the word RUSSIA. ROSS, a Russian acronym standing for "Russian Native Martial Art" was developed by Commander Alexander Retuinskih, President of the All-Russian Federation of Russian Martial Art (RFRMA), Chairman of the International Combat Sambo Commission, Chairman of the Russian Combat Sambo Committee, officer General of the Cossack Military. In 1991, the RFRMA was sanctioned by the Russian Olympic Committee as the sole representative of Russian Martial Art. ROSS is taught to trainers of Russian Spetsnaz units of the Ministries of Internal Affairs, Defense and protective services, Russian Marine troops, VDV, OMON, and Minsk's "Alpha" units in Byelorussia, special MVD units "Vityaz", frontier troops of Lithuania and many others. In Russian Martial Art, the main goal of a person is to render the adversary harmless while minimizing losses for both self and foe: to work efficiently in any situation. Learning Russian Martial Art, students acquire great power as fighters, but more importantly as a human beings, increasing ones value for health and life, for both self and others. Both in combat and in life, students treat other creatures with awareness and compassion. When necessary, firm action is issued, but never in a callous or careless manner, and when all other option have been considered. "Your life is not yours alone; it belongs to your friends, family and community" (Alexander Ivanovich Retuinskih), or as is said in the Cossack Cadet Code: "The life of your friend is always more valuable than your own. You can die yourself, but rescue your friend." ROSS undertakes training in 8 directions: 1.Russian-Style Close-Quarters Combat and Survival 2.Renovated SAMBO 3.Executive and Close Protection Training 4.Bayonet-Fencing 5.Advanced Sports Biomechanics 6.Acrobatic Dance, Stunt and Theatrical Combat 7.Russian System of Health and Wellness 8.Russian Fisticuffs
28 Mar 2008
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'Musique de la Légion étrangère' , 'Music of the French Foreign Legion' - Musik der Fremdenlegion "Legio Patria Nostra" (The Legion is our Homeland) "Honneur et Fidélité" (Honour and Fidelity) "Marche ou crève" (March or die, unofficial) It was in Mexico on 30 April 1863 that the Legion earned its legendary status. A company led by Capitaine Danjou, numbering 62 soldiers and 3 officers, was escorting a convoy to the besieged city of Puebla when it was attacked and besieged by two thousand members of the Mexican Army, organized in three battalions of infantry and cavalry, numbering 1,200 and 800 respectively. The patrol was forced to make a defence in Hacienda Camarón, and despite the hopelessness of the situation, fought nearly to the last man. When only five survivors remained, out of ammunition, a bayonet charge was conducted in which three of the five were killed. The remaining two were brought before the Mexican general, who allowed them to return to France as an honour guard for the body of Capitaine Danjou. The captain had a wooden hand which was stolen during the battle; it was later returned to the legion and is now kept in a case in the Foreign Legion museum at Aubagne, and paraded annually on Camerone day. Previously, the Legion was not stationed in mainland France except in wartime. Until 1962, the Legion headquarters were located in Sidi-Bel-Abbès, Algeria. Nowadays, some units of the Legion are in Corsica or overseas possessions, while the rest is in the south of mainland France. Current headquarters are in Aubagne, France, just outside Marseille. There are nine regiments and one independent sub-unit : * Mainland France o 1st Foreign Cavalry Regiment (1er REC), based in Orange (armoured troops), o 1st Foreign Regiment (1er RE), based in Aubagne (legion headquarters), o 2nd Foreign Infantry Regiment (2e REI), based in Nîmes, o 4th Foreign Regiment (4e RE), based in Castelnaudary (training); o 1st Foreign Engineer Regiment (1er REG), based in Laudun; o 2nd Foreign Engineer Regiment (2e REG), based in St Christol; * Corsica o 2nd Foreign Parachute Regiment (2e REP), based in Calvi; * French Overseas Territories and Overseas Collectives, o 3rd Foreign Infantry Regiment (3e REI), based in French Guiana, o Foreign Legion Detachment in Mayotte (DLEM); * Africa o 13th Foreign Legion Demi-Brigade (13 DBLE), based in Djibouti. The Legionnaire's Code of Honour Every Legionnaire must know by heart the "Legionnaire's Code of Honour". The Legionnaires spend many hours learning it, reciting it, and then getting the vocal synchronization together: “ 1. Légionnaire, you are a volunteer serving France with "Honour and Fidelity". 2. Every legionnaire is your brother-in-arms, regardless of his nationality, race, or religion. You will demonstrate this by strict solidarity which must always unite members of the same family. 3. Respect of traditions, devotion to your leaders, discipline and comradeship are your strengths, courage and loyalty your virtues. 4. Proud of your status as legionnaire, you display this in your uniform, which is always impeccable, your behaviour always dignified but modest, your living quarters always clean. 5. An elite soldier, you will train rigorously, you will maintain your weapon as your most precious possession, you are constantly concerned with your physical form. 6. A mission is sacred, you will carry it out until the end respecting laws, customs of war, international conventions and, if necessary, at the risk of your life. (Changed in November 2000) 7. In combat, you will act without passion and without hate, you will respect the vanquished enemy, you will never abandon your dead or wounded, nor surrender your arms. *******stores.lulu****/duthel *******www.lulu****/content/1383048
1 Mar 2008
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'Musique de la Légion étrangère' , 'Music of the French Foreign Legion' - Musik der Fremdenlegion "Legio Patria Nostra" (The Legion is our Homeland) "Honneur et Fidélité" (Honour and Fidelity) "Marche ou crève" (March or die, unofficial) It was in Mexico on 30 April 1863 that the Legion earned its legendary status. A company led by Capitaine Danjou, numbering 62 soldiers and 3 officers, was escorting a convoy to the besieged city of Puebla when it was attacked and besieged by two thousand members of the Mexican Army, organized in three battalions of infantry and cavalry, numbering 1,200 and 800 respectively. The patrol was forced to make a defence in Hacienda Camarón, and despite the hopelessness of the situation, fought nearly to the last man. When only five survivors remained, out of ammunition, a bayonet charge was conducted in which three of the five were killed. The remaining two were brought before the Mexican general, who allowed them to return to France as an honour guard for the body of Capitaine Danjou. The captain had a wooden hand which was stolen during the battle; it was later returned to the legion and is now kept in a case in the Foreign Legion museum at Aubagne, and paraded annually on Camerone day. Previously, the Legion was not stationed in mainland France except in wartime. Until 1962, the Legion headquarters were located in Sidi-Bel-Abbès, Algeria. Nowadays, some units of the Legion are in Corsica or overseas possessions, while the rest is in the south of mainland France. Current headquarters are in Aubagne, France, just outside Marseille. There are nine regiments and one independent sub-unit : * Mainland France o 1st Foreign Cavalry Regiment (1er REC), based in Orange (armoured troops), o 1st Foreign Regiment (1er RE), based in Aubagne (legion headquarters), o 2nd Foreign Infantry Regiment (2e REI), based in Nîmes, o 4th Foreign Regiment (4e RE), based in Castelnaudary (training); o 1st Foreign Engineer Regiment (1er REG), based in Laudun; o 2nd Foreign Engineer Regiment (2e REG), based in St Christol; * Corsica o 2nd Foreign Parachute Regiment (2e REP), based in Calvi; * French Overseas Territories and Overseas Collectives, o 3rd Foreign Infantry Regiment (3e REI), based in French Guiana, o Foreign Legion Detachment in Mayotte (DLEM); * Africa o 13th Foreign Legion Demi-Brigade (13 DBLE), based in Djibouti. The Legionnaire's Code of Honour Every Legionnaire must know by heart the "Legionnaire's Code of Honour". The Legionnaires spend many hours learning it, reciting it, and then getting the vocal synchronization together: “ 1. Légionnaire, you are a volunteer serving France with "Honour and Fidelity". 2. Every legionnaire is your brother-in-arms, regardless of his nationality, race, or religion. You will demonstrate this by strict solidarity which must always unite members of the same family. 3. Respect of traditions, devotion to your leaders, discipline and comradeship are your strengths, courage and loyalty your virtues. 4. Proud of your status as legionnaire, you display this in your uniform, which is always impeccable, your behaviour always dignified but modest, your living quarters always clean. 5. An elite soldier, you will train rigorously, you will maintain your weapon as your most precious possession, you are constantly concerned with your physical form. 6. A mission is sacred, you will carry it out until the end respecting laws, customs of war, international conventions and, if necessary, at the risk of your life. (Changed in November 2000) 7. In combat, you will act without passion and without hate, you will respect the vanquished enemy, you will never abandon your dead or wounded, nor surrender your arms. *******stores.lulu****/duthel *******www.lulu****/content/1383048
3 Mar 2008
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'Musique de la Légion étrangère' , 'Music of the French Foreign Legion' - Musik der Fremdenlegion "Legio Patria Nostra" (The Legion is our Homeland) "Honneur et Fidélité" (Honour and Fidelity) "Marche ou crève" (March or die, unofficial) It was in Mexico on 30 April 1863 that the Legion earned its legendary status. A company led by Capitaine Danjou, numbering 62 soldiers and 3 officers, was escorting a convoy to the besieged city of Puebla when it was attacked and besieged by two thousand members of the Mexican Army, organized in three battalions of infantry and cavalry, numbering 1,200 and 800 respectively. The patrol was forced to make a defence in Hacienda Camarón, and despite the hopelessness of the situation, fought nearly to the last man. When only five survivors remained, out of ammunition, a bayonet charge was conducted in which three of the five were killed. The remaining two were brought before the Mexican general, who allowed them to return to France as an honour guard for the body of Capitaine Danjou. The captain had a wooden hand which was stolen during the battle; it was later returned to the legion and is now kept in a case in the Foreign Legion museum at Aubagne, and paraded annually on Camerone day. Previously, the Legion was not stationed in mainland France except in wartime. Until 1962, the Legion headquarters were located in Sidi-Bel-Abbès, Algeria. Nowadays, some units of the Legion are in Corsica or overseas possessions, while the rest is in the south of mainland France. Current headquarters are in Aubagne, France, just outside Marseille. There are nine regiments and one independent sub-unit : * Mainland France o 1st Foreign Cavalry Regiment (1er REC), based in Orange (armoured troops), o 1st Foreign Regiment (1er RE), based in Aubagne (legion headquarters), o 2nd Foreign Infantry Regiment (2e REI), based in Nîmes, o 4th Foreign Regiment (4e RE), based in Castelnaudary (training); o 1st Foreign Engineer Regiment (1er REG), based in Laudun; o 2nd Foreign Engineer Regiment (2e REG), based in St Christol; * Corsica o 2nd Foreign Parachute Regiment (2e REP), based in Calvi; * French Overseas Territories and Overseas Collectives, o 3rd Foreign Infantry Regiment (3e REI), based in French Guiana, o Foreign Legion Detachment in Mayotte (DLEM); * Africa o 13th Foreign Legion Demi-Brigade (13 DBLE), based in Djibouti. The Legionnaire's Code of Honour Every Legionnaire must know by heart the "Legionnaire's Code of Honour". The Legionnaires spend many hours learning it, reciting it, and then getting the vocal synchronization together: “ 1. Légionnaire, you are a volunteer serving France with "Honour and Fidelity". 2. Every legionnaire is your brother-in-arms, regardless of his nationality, race, or religion. You will demonstrate this by strict solidarity which must always unite members of the same family. 3. Respect of traditions, devotion to your leaders, discipline and comradeship are your strengths, courage and loyalty your virtues. 4. Proud of your status as legionnaire, you display this in your uniform, which is always impeccable, your behaviour always dignified but modest, your living quarters always clean. 5. An elite soldier, you will train rigorously, you will maintain your weapon as your most precious possession, you are constantly concerned with your physical form. 6. A mission is sacred, you will carry it out until the end respecting laws, customs of war, international conventions and, if necessary, at the risk of your life. (Changed in November 2000) 7. In combat, you will act without passion and without hate, you will respect the vanquished enemy, you will never abandon your dead or wounded, nor surrender your arms. *******stores.lulu****/duthel *******www.lulu****/content/1383048
3 Mar 2008
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Mold removal is not only difficult, but can also be hazardous to your health. Click here for Mold Health Effects The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) recommends that most mold remediation jobs, especially the larger or toxic jobs, should be handled by qualified professionals. For the majority of mold problems, you will want to turn to an expert who can both ensure the health of you and your family, and also protect your most important investments such as your business or your home. Our personnel at QCI, Inc. are certified mold remediation experts. We make choosing a company to help you with your mold problem very simple. Our qualifications and certifications for mold remediation and treatment speak for themselves. QCI MOLD REMEDIATION SERVICES: Air and surface sampling to determine levels, types, and location of mold Mold removal in affected areas Antimicrobial surface cleaning and treatment Furniture & Contents Decontamination Air scrubbing to sanitize and eliminate airborne spores and toxins Complete electrostatic air fogging to treat all areas Duct and carpet cleaning with biocide treatment Treatment with mold inhibitors and encapsulants to prevent re-growth Clearance testing Proudly serving Tampa, St. Pete, St. Petersburg, Clearwater, Brandon, Largo, Town 'n' Country, Palm Harbor, Bradenton, Sarasota, Pinellas Park, Dunedin, Greater Carrollwood, East Lake, Tarpon Springs, Temple Terrace, Citrus Park, Seminole, New Port Richey, Clearwater Beach, Bay Pines, Belleair, Belleair Beach, Belleair Bluffs, Belleair Shore, Crystal Beach, Gulfport, Indian Rocks Beach, Indian Shores, Kenneth City, Madeira Beach, North Redington Beach, Oldsmar, Pass-A-Grille Beach, Redington Beach, Redington Shores, Safety Harbor, South Pasadena, St. Pete Beach, Sunset Beach, Tierra Verde, Treasure Island, Ozona, Apollo Beach, Balm, Bloomingdale, Carrollwood Village, Dover, Gibsonton, Lithia, Lutz, Mango, Orient Park, Plant City, Riverview, Ruskin, Seffner, Sun City Center, Temple Terrace, Thonotosassa, Valrico, Wimauma, Ybor City, Bayonet Point, Beacon Point, Dade City, Elfers, Gulf Harbors, Holiday, Hudson, Lacoochee, Land O' Lakes, Odessa, Port Richey, San Antonio, Shady Hills, St. Leo, Trinity, Wesley Chapel, Zephyrhills, Clearwater FL, Florida
12 Apr 2009
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31 Dec 2008
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