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Special Air Service Regimental Woes

| November 21, 2020 | 19 Comments
Special Air Service Regimental Woes

Special Air Service Australian Special Air Service members have allegedly committed 39 murders in Afghanistan, after the findings of an exhaustive defense inquiry exposed a “culture of cover-ups and deceit.” After a four year investigation, the Special Air Service Regiment’s Second Squadron will be disbanded. This is based on findings of a “warrior-hero” culture that […]

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Aussie commandos accused of war crimes by US Marine

| October 22, 2020 | 23 Comments
Aussie commandos accused of war crimes by US Marine

Jeff LPH 3 forwarded this story from down under. For some reason, the accuser only goes by his first name in the article, but agreed to have several pictures of himself included in the article. ABC (the Aussie one) report; A United States Marine Corps (USMC) helicopter crew chief says Australian special forces shot and […]

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Just when you think people couldn’t come up with another idiotic idea

| September 21, 2020 | 18 Comments
Just when you think people couldn’t come up with another idiotic idea

Then some idiot comes up with the idea to make a “World War II Evacuee” costume. Another idiot sells it to a major retailer. Still more idiots put it out to market. So much failure to exercise good judgement and taste here. Comparisons have been made that this is an Anne Frank costume (in fact, […]

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Special Holiday Valor Post

| September 7, 2020 | 10 Comments
Special Holiday Valor Post

USS Houston (originally CL-30, later CA-30) was a cruiser in the United States Navy. Ordered in 1924, she was a light cruiser at launch in 1929. Commissioned in 1930, she sailed for a year before she was re-classified as a heavy cruiser due to the size of her 8” guns after the 1930 London Naval […]

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Queen approves award of Victoria Cross to WWII hero

| August 13, 2020 | 15 Comments
Queen approves award of Victoria Cross to WWII hero

Consider this an early Valor Friday. The story is too incredible not to relay immediately. Another case of long overdue recognition has been righted this week. Queen Elizabeth II yesterday approved award of the Victoria Cross for Australia (posthumous) to Ordinary Seaman Edward “Teddy” Sheean (RANR). Sheean was only 18 when he died protecting his […]

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Aussies Told to Not Use Slang Around US Marines

| May 2, 2019 | 31 Comments
Aussies Told to Not Use Slang Around US Marines

U.S. Marines deplane a Boeing 777 at the Royal Australian Air Force base for the upcoming Marine Rotational Force – Darwin in Darwin, Australia, April 12. (Staff Sgt. Jordan E. Gilbert/Marine Corps) The largest deployment of U.S. Marines to Australia is underway. About 1,700 Marines began arriving in Darwin, Australia, in April for training and exercises, […]

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Video for TAH’s Lionesses

| November 10, 2018 | 23 Comments
Video for TAH’s Lionesses

Military Times Link Ran across this video yesterday, and bounced it off of Ex-PH2 for her approval, which I received. She mentioned there are more ladies of late here, and they would appreciate a shout out. So here it is, dedicated to the Lionesses of TAH, and anyone who likes Aussie gals who both sing […]

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