3 Sealed shots

Discussion in 'Texas Bikers' started by Mr. JayT, Apr 14, 2009.

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    In the dark of night,a team of U.S Navy SEALS, our nation's most elite
    commando force, parachuted into the sea of Somilia.

    The USS Bainbridge,a Destroyer,was waiting on them.

    Three well trained Navy Seal Snipers, fired from a ship in rough ass
    rolling waters at three targets about 25 yards away, sitting in a tiny
    little red boat,surrounding an American hostage.

    After 3 perfect shots, 3 pirates lay dead, and the American Hostage,
    Captain Phillips was safe.

    Those Navy Seal Snipers, dont miss.

    I am so proud of our Navy and all our military.

    FootNote: On Easter Sunday, our oledst grandson, 19..told us he is
    going thru the process of joining the US Army.
    He signed up for 6 years.
    He listened to three uncles, and one PaPa (me)...telling him a bunch of
    boot camp stories,mess hall stories....and much more BS, about being in
    the military.
    We are so proud of him!
    To me, this day and age, it takes guts to join the service, as we use to
    call it.
    It happens to be his only outlet, because of his family situation, and
    funds...He needs to get out of a little redneck town, south of
    here....get'im a life started.
    --JTK--
     
    Mr. JayT, Apr 14, 2009
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  2. Thanks to you both, for your service to our Nation.

    That said, I have 2 nephews that are career Air Force. Both have
    served (twice) in the latest war in Iraq, having worked on jets which
    drop, as well as throw stuff at the bad guys. :)

    BTW, the Army isn't just all ground-pounders, tanks and engineers. It
    throws things too. Aside from helicopters and such, they now even
    have robots and the Shadow UAV.
    http://usmilitary.about.com/od/weapons/Weapons_of_the_United_States_Military.htm

    All the best to your eldest grandson, "PaPa".

    Sunny
     
    Westexas Rider, Jul 24, 2009
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