One legged U.S Army Special Forces soldier in Afghanistan [829 x 829]

One legged U.S Army Special Forces soldier in Afghanistan [829 x 829]

Forces+Green+Beret+Special | army special forces green beret veterans Cork Coas Coasters

Forces+Green+Beret+Special | army special forces green beret veterans Cork Coas Coasters

It wasn't until two days ago that I realized Hooah...aka HUA...is actually another dang acronym. Heard and Understood. TOO MANY ACRONYMS!

It wasn't until two days ago that I realized Hooah...aka HUA...is actually another dang acronym. Heard and Understood. TOO MANY ACRONYMS!

Soldiers heart...

Soldiers heart...

Was curious, curiosity didn't kill the cat this time.

Was curious, curiosity didn't kill the cat this time.

Special Forces

Special Forces

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11-H, TOW Squad Leader, 1/181 Infantry, & 19-D, Armored Cavalry Scout, 1/110 Armored Division, prior service : US Navy Gunner's Mate 3rd Class & Master-at-Arms, retired on disability.

11-H, TOW Squad Leader, 1/181 Infantry, & 19-D, Armored Cavalry Scout, 1/110 Armored Division, prior service : US Navy Gunner's Mate 3rd Class & Master-at-Arms, retired on disability.

Army Col. Gregory D. Gadson has been through life’s ups and downs: from a life-changing attack in Iraq to a role in a Hollywood movie. Now serving as commander of Fort Belvoir, Va., Gadson credits his family for his recovery. He especially appreciates the support provided by his children -- who he said like all military children demonstrate strength and resilience that enables their parents to focus on the mission at hand. DOD photo by Donna Miles .

Army Col. Gregory D. Gadson has been through life’s ups and downs: from a life-changing attack in Iraq to a role in a Hollywood movie. Now serving as commander of Fort Belvoir, Va., Gadson credits his family for his recovery. He especially appreciates the support provided by his children -- who he said like all military children demonstrate strength and resilience that enables their parents to focus on the mission at hand. DOD photo by Donna Miles .

Now that's a lot of ammo. Law Enforcement Today www.lawenforcementtoday.com

Now that's a lot of ammo. Law Enforcement Today www.lawenforcementtoday.com

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