fnhfal:

Philippine Army

Timestamp: 1410372926

fnhfal:

Philippine Army

blackbeard-actual:

"Warriors are born from loyalty, love of neighbour and country, and a desire to protect and safeguard. their Actions are precise,principled, determined and committed to act selflessly for the benefit of others. 

For those men who make every sacrifice to become what they are. 

For honor. For country. For brother” 

Timestamp: 1410292594

blackbeard-actual:

"Warriors are born from loyalty, love of neighbour and country, and a desire to protect and safeguard. their Actions are precise,principled, determined and committed to act selflessly for the benefit of others. 

For those men who make every sacrifice to become what they are. 

For honor. For country. For brother” 

blackbeard-actual:

Lone Survivor has been the single most influential thing that has ever been introduced into my life. Watching Danny, Axe, Marcus and Mikey in this film do those boys justice. There is no reason any American should not watch this film or read the book. 

Remember Redwing

-Jags

Timestamp: 1410292573

blackbeard-actual:

Lone Survivor has been the single most influential thing that has ever been introduced into my life. Watching Danny, Axe, Marcus and Mikey in this film do those boys justice. There is no reason any American should not watch this film or read the book. 

Remember Redwing

-Jags

recce5brav0:

Level Zero Heroes - MARSOC - MSOT 8222

Timestamp: 1410292561

recce5brav0:

Level Zero Heroes - MARSOC - MSOT 8222

afoolandaking:

itsabrotherhood:

This is why dogs are the best.

Rock on service dogs

(Source: thetraintofeelsville, via sheepoflunacy)

Timestamp: 1410110201

afoolandaking:

itsabrotherhood:

This is why dogs are the best.

Rock on service dogs

(Source: thetraintofeelsville, via sheepoflunacy)

etherealmenace:

cyrodiil-burns:

house-of-gnar:

Australian Defense Force SOTG (Special Operations Task Group). photos by Cpl. Chris Moore

Is it just me or do 99% of SOF guys run Eotechs w/magnifiers?

With corrected or natural 20/20 the EOTech’s reticle is superior with fighting carbines. It’s a true infinite 1 pixel dot if one’s eyes are proper. People discount how hard it is to do ranged with any other RDS. It took me a long, long time to grasp settings on my Aimpoints.

(via now-the-trumpet-summons-us-again)

Timestamp: 1409982217

etherealmenace:

cyrodiil-burns:

house-of-gnar:

Australian Defense Force SOTG (Special Operations Task Group). photos by Cpl. Chris Moore

Is it just me or do 99% of SOF guys run Eotechs w/magnifiers?

With corrected or natural 20/20 the EOTech’s reticle is superior with fighting carbines. It’s a true infinite 1 pixel dot if one’s eyes are proper. People discount how hard it is to do ranged with any other RDS. It took me a long, long time to grasp settings on my Aimpoints.

(via now-the-trumpet-summons-us-again)

l-o-s-t-a-n-d-a-l-i-v-e:

pah-pah—wiss-key:

JWK - Special Forces Commando Unit in Lubliniec

(phot. I. Dorożański)

(via smoooth-operator)

Timestamp: 1409982186

l-o-s-t-a-n-d-a-l-i-v-e:

pah-pah—wiss-key:

JWK - Special Forces Commando Unit in Lubliniec

(phot. I. Dorożański)

(via smoooth-operator)

smoooth-operator:

house-of-gnar:

British Special Air Service soldiers deployed in Iraq as part of Task Force Black. photos sourced from public domain

Hunter Killer.

Timestamp: 1409982151

smoooth-operator:

house-of-gnar:

British Special Air Service soldiers deployed in Iraq as part of Task Force Black. photos sourced from public domain

Hunter Killer.

recce5brav0:

Green Beret as fuck

(via smoooth-operator)

Timestamp: 1409982039

recce5brav0:

Green Beret as fuck

(via smoooth-operator)

semperannoying:

"It winded me like I’ve never been winded. I was thinking, I’ve been shot in the neck, it’s game over.”

Lance Corporal Simon Moloney, of the Blues and Royals, fought on despite being shot in the neck during a battle with the Taliban. Lance Corporal Moloney is pictured receiving medical treatment on the frontline.
With blood pouring from his throat down onto his machine gun, Moloney figured he only had a few minutes to live.

As their dawn raid on a Taliban position commenced, Mononey and another machine gunner were positioned on a rooftoop overwatch position to provide support. Suddenly 30 Taliban fighters engaged the patrol from all directions in horseshoe ambush.

Moments into the fight Lance Corporal Moloney was struck in the throat by a tracer round which passed clean through. “It winded me like I’ve never been winded. I was thinking “I’ve been shot in the neck, it’s game over. I figured I had minutes left.”

The bullet passed just behind his windpipe, missing arteries by millimeters.

“When after a couple of minutes I was not dead and I could still talk I started to get a better feeling,” he said. “We had to crack on. They were pushing quite hard so it was either maybe die or definitely die because they would have over-run us.”

Despite the injury to his throat, Moloney continued shouting information and orders to his team during the fight, and when his evac chopper arrived, he refused to leave the battlefield, having to be ordered aboard.

The Lance Corporal returned to Britain for further treatment, but pushed to get back in fight and was with his brothers in Afghanistan again in under a month.

(via jake-the-hotdog)

Timestamp: 1409688829

semperannoying:

"It winded me like I’ve never been winded. I was thinking, I’ve been shot in the neck, it’s game over.”

Lance Corporal Simon Moloney, of the Blues and Royals, fought on despite being shot in the neck during a battle with the Taliban. Lance Corporal Moloney is pictured receiving medical treatment on the frontline.
With blood pouring from his throat down onto his machine gun, Moloney figured he only had a few minutes to live.

As their dawn raid on a Taliban position commenced, Mononey and another machine gunner were positioned on a rooftoop overwatch position to provide support. Suddenly 30 Taliban fighters engaged the patrol from all directions in horseshoe ambush.

Moments into the fight Lance Corporal Moloney was struck in the throat by a tracer round which passed clean through. “It winded me like I’ve never been winded. I was thinking “I’ve been shot in the neck, it’s game over. I figured I had minutes left.”

The bullet passed just behind his windpipe, missing arteries by millimeters.

“When after a couple of minutes I was not dead and I could still talk I started to get a better feeling,” he said. “We had to crack on. They were pushing quite hard so it was either maybe die or definitely die because they would have over-run us.”

Despite the injury to his throat, Moloney continued shouting information and orders to his team during the fight, and when his evac chopper arrived, he refused to leave the battlefield, having to be ordered aboard.

The Lance Corporal returned to Britain for further treatment, but pushed to get back in fight and was with his brothers in Afghanistan again in under a month.

(via jake-the-hotdog)

godandguns:

pah-pah—wiss-key:

Polish Special Forces Unit JWK - HALO/HAHO training. [part III]

Central Poland 

18-22 August 2014 

Hour: 0000-2359 

Temperature: -10 to +25 Celsius

Altitude: 0 to 6000 meters

Phot. Michał Szlaga

Timestamp: 1409338904

godandguns:

pah-pah—wiss-key:

Polish Special Forces Unit JWK - HALO/HAHO training. [part III]

Central Poland 

18-22 August 2014 

Hour: 0000-2359 

Temperature: -10 to +25 Celsius

Altitude: 0 to 6000 meters

Phot. Michał Szlaga