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"As Staff Sergeant Cory Hinkle approached the vehicle, 28-year-old Brandy Guin was trying to get herself out but couldn’t walk because her ankle was broken. Guin, a mother of two, is still in the hospital but told us Thursday afternoon she might not be here if it weren’t for Sgt. Hinkle.

Hinkle helped her to safety on the side of the road, but what he did next is truly the definition of ‘noble’. “As the fire started to spread in my car, the shocks started to explode and hot debris was flying everywhere,” Guin said, “He shielded me with his body and said ‘It’s going to have to go through me to get to you.” - WBTV (via ‪@WBTVGoodNews)‬. Photo Source: Brandy Guin.

US Army Rangers await reinforcements and supplies after taking a bunker, Operation Torch, November 8th, 1943. Another similar mission was at Pointe du Hoc. On the early morning hours of June 6, 1944, Rangers from the 5th and 2nd Ranger Battalions stormed the cliffs of Pointe-du-Hoc under withering fire. Their specially designed landing craft had mortars made to launch grappling hooks which would allow rope matters to span the cliffs so the Rangers could get up. As soon as the Rangers left their landing craft they took multiple casualties. Under this withering fire they had to climb unsteady rope ladders on hundreds of pounds of gear with German soldiers shooting them off. Imagine this: It's stormy and you are in your landing craft smoking a cigarette to calm your nerves and then your craft begins to come under fire. You flinch, straighten your helmet, and drop your cigarette. The mortars that launch the hooks go off and you know the time has come. The ramp comes down and every storms out. Adrenaline give you tunnel vision and hyper focus and as you sprint towards your ladder you see only you and 4 other of your original squad are there. Behind you are the multiple corpses and writhing comrades. You go up the ladder last and as your coming up you look to your left and see that one laddee has been cut and all the men climbing it fall to their deaths. You press your head to the cliff, draw a deep breath, and continue on. Some of your fellow Rangers survived the climb and you can hear them fighting their way through the lacework of trenches and bunkers. You look up and see a friend, climbing the ladder, be riddled by bullets. His corpse narrowly misses you and luckily the German soldier was killed before he could reload and do the same thing to you. You finally get over the lip of the cliff and see the corpses, running German soldiers, and medics everywhere. Most of the enemy have retreated woth the artillery pieces you were supposed to destroy but nevertheless the guns are now out of range for the beaches. You take of your helmet and run your hand through your hair. Pull out a cigarette, light it, and look off. The end.

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Ana vatanımdan ne kadar uzakta olursa olsun, ne olduğumu ve ne için eğitildiğimi asla unutmam. Ortam şartları ne olursa olsun yeteneklerimin keskinliğini kaybetmesine asla izin vermem. Kardeşlerimle omuz omuza
Savaşır gibi yaşar, savaşır gibi eğitim yaparım...çünkü şunu çok iyi bilirim ki "VATAN MÜDAFASI"
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German soldier lighting his cigarette with a flamethrower, 1917. Posted by @fuehrer_of_photography ________________________________________________________Two German soldiers with a Wechselapparat (“Wex”) flamethrower. The Germans introduced this small flamethrower in 1917 to replace the earlier Kleif. The Wechselapparat (“Wex”) had a doughnut-shaped backpack fuel container with a spherical propellant container in the middle. This design was updated during the Second World War to become flamethrower model 40. However, model 40 was considered too fragile so it was soon replaced by model 41, a simpler construction with smaller, horizontal, cylindrical backpack containers. “Wechselapparat” is German for “exchange apparatus”. The flamethrower, which brought terror to French and British soldiers was used by the German army in the early phases of the First World War in 1914 and 1915 (and which was quickly adopted by both). The Flammenwerfers (flamethrowers) tended to be used in groups of six during battle, each machine worked by two men. They were used mostly to clear forward defenders during the start of a German attack, preceding their infantry colleagues. They were undeniably useful when used at short-range, but were of limited wider effectiveness, especially once the British and French had overcome their initial alarm at their use. The operators of Flammenwerfer equipment also lived a most dangerous existence. Quite aside from the worries of handling the device – it was entirely feasible that the cylinder carrying the fuel might unexpectedly explode – they were marked men; the British and French poured rifle-fire into the area of attack where Flammenwerfers were used, and their operators could expect no mercy should they be taken prisoner. Their life expectancy was therefore short.During the war the Germans launched in excess of 650 flamethrower attacks; no numbers exist for British or French attacks. By the close of the war flamethrower use had been extended to use on tanks, a policy carried forward to World War Two. ______________________________
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U.S. Navy SEAL Chris Kyle (Bradley Cooper) takes his sole mission -- protect his comrades -- to heart and becomes one of the most lethal snipers in American history. His pinpoint accuracy not only saves countless lives but also makes him a prime target of insurgents. Despite grave danger and his struggle to be a good husband and father to his family back in the States, Kyle serves four tours of duty in Iraq. However, when he finally returns home, he finds that he cannot leave the war behind.

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