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Iran War Game – Day One (Deux)

19 December 2011 Caracas (AP) State ran media announced Venezuela was sponsoring a ‘freedom flotilla’ to set sail tomorrow for Guantanamo Bay. Calling indefinite detention a “war crime against humanity,” the government slammed the U.S. based facility in Cuba, claiming additional … Continue reading

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Wargame Teaze

As Starbuck notably noted earlier – yours truly got to partake of the infamous Committee of 5‘s Iran Wargame @ that ancient Preysbsomething something school in Davidson (“Ain’t no big deal – it’s innocent”). Let’s just say it’s gon wreak … Continue reading

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The Attack On Soft Power”>”Piece

Oh snap! Just remember kids – Soft Power is totally fake believe without hard power hanging in the hood or just over the horizon! Pic – “Piece of Me” by the soft sexyful sirens of hard hyper puissance at GrEaT … Continue reading

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>Aerial Gunnery in Kuwait

> One of the first things an aviation unit does when it arrives in Kuwait is to conduct some refresher training in a desert environment, which is one of the harshest environments for Army Aviation.  In addition to familiarizing ourselves … Continue reading

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>Update from Kuwait

> Kuwait serves as an initial base for troops entering Iraq.  While the facilities in Kuwait aren’t Club Med, there’s certainly enough to keep everyone occupied.  I could go on about the multitude of fast-food facilities, the quality dining facility, … Continue reading

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>The ground is nothing but a fine layer of dust which covers a layer of solid rock underneath.  The wind from the ocean picks up the dust, creating a permanent reddish-brown haze in the sky.  I had an extraordinary sense … Continue reading

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