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A U.S. Marine with 3rd platoon, Bravo Company, 1st Reconnaissance Battalion, engages the enemy with his M14 rifle during a firefight in Northern Trek Nawa, Afghanistan, Aug. 15, 2010.

A member with the 10th Special Forces Group (Airborne) fires a Carl-Gustav on a range in Iraq. 2009.


"Angel Thunder"

U.S. Airmen and Marines, along with German and Swedish Air Force Rangers, train together on various shooting tactics during Exercise ANGEL THUNDER at Three Points Firing Range in Tucson, Ariz., May 12, 2014. ANGEL THUNDER is the only exercise in the Department of Defense covering personnel recovery training across the full spectrum of irregular and conventional warfare and has become the world’s largest and most complex personnel recovery exercise. Through the use of joint training, members are able to hone their development of the four core functions of personnel recovery which include preparing, planning, execution, and adaptation. ANGEL THUNDER is designed to provide state of the art rescue training for the total Air Force rescue community, as well as Joint U.S. Military, federal government agencies, local communities, non-governmental agencies and allied nations. (U.S. Air Force photos by Tech. Sgt. Heather R. Redman/Released)

(via buzzardwake)


through the perilous fight


Kaiser, a police dog, being saluted as he walks to be laid to rest after being diagnosed with severe kidney disease.

this is the first post to actually make me cry

I am sobbing like a baby, help

untitled by SupraMK86 on Flickr.

U.S. Navy SEAL with his MK. 17. Damn SEALs look good while doing ERRTANG

Canadian infantry defend a hamlet from a Taliban counter-attack.(Since when are we fielding laser weapons? Hehe.)