Part 3 of 5
The Industrial (Counter-Terrorism) Revolution
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@Hans K. The SEALs got Afghanistan, Delta/CAG got Iraq, they were small numbers going back and forth of course though, because Delta/CAG took so many WIA in Iraq quite a few naval special warfare types went to help Delta/CAG. They wear their secondaries on their chest rigs because they spend alot of time in vehicles such as helicopters and birds. You will notice though in a lot of their newer photos they are going back to putting them on the belt along with ready magazines and IFAKs. Better weight dispersion and faster draw, after all if you are transitioning, you want it to scream out and go back in quickly, don't want to spend any time fighting a rifle fight with a pistol
@JackMurphyRGR @Canopylight @steve scheurer I'm pretty sure the Geneva Conventions don't protect members of combatant organizations that violate them as a matter of policy. So the kill-checks should be in the clear legally.
@JackMurphyRGR @Canopylight @steve scheurer I'm pretty sure the Geneva Conventions don't protect members of combatant organizations that violate them as a matter of policy.
@Ben K @HugeFan @Old PH2 I don't consider myself either liberal nor conservative - I think I'm too open minded to be labeled :) Mauritius?? Wow. One of my best friends and his wife from the UK are visiting there right now and are his photos beautiful! He has some good stories.
@katgirl231 It's a corporate thing. @HugeFan @Old PH2 I know, right?! Well I consider myself a little left of center (I still really frackin' hate liberals) but that's neither here nor there. I'm sure you've read my rants about my family here in Mauritius so I won't bore you with those again. Just let it be known that my loyalty to the West is beyond question even if my extended family are all 50 Cent Party hacks :p.