Friends, please meet former United States Navy SEAL Dom Raso. He’s calling out critics in the media and politics who have renewed calls to ban the AR-15 and similar firearms in the wake of the Orlando terrorist attack. Dom has a very simple message: Stop talking, because you don’t know enough about the subject. Spread the VooDoo…
SOURCE – Independent Journal
Balls that Clank! That’s all I got…
Friends, this is amazing… Not even 27 bullets could stop Navy SEAL Sr. Chief Mike Day from getting back home to see his family. On the night of April 6, 2007, in Iraq’s Anbar Province, Navy SEAL Sr. Chief Mike Day came face-to-face with four heavily armed Al Qaeda leaders inside a room. Despite being shot 27 times at close range, Day was able to defeat the terrorists, clear the rest of the house and walk under his own power to a medevac helicopter.
The Al-Qaeda terrorists managed to shoot the rifle out of his hand, which means that Day went real-life Rambo on them with just his sidearm. Furthermore, he wasn’t just shot twenty-seven times; he received shrapnel wounds from a grenade as well. Day explained that after being shot in every place with the exception of the head, he prayed asking for God to get him back home to his two girls and wife. He credits guardian angels for helping him beat what some might call impossible odds.
Eleven of the twenty-seven rounds went into Day’s body armor, which is a miracle in itself. Because even military grade body armor isn’t meant to be able to withstand that many bullets at such close range.
It took a few years for Day to recover from his injuries. Today, he is sharing his story with the world and spearheading a fundraising project, where he will run a half of an Ironman race for wounded warriors and kids who suffer from brain injuries. If you would like to donate to Day’s efforts, you can visit his project link here.
What an honor it is to have such high caliber individuals fighting for our freedoms. Truly an honor…
SOURCE – IJReview.com
Carl Higbie, a former Navy SEAL, spoke with Greta Van Susteren on Fox News’ On The Record and made some very strong assertions about the U.S. military and the current nightmare in the Middle East. Higbie stated that the President’s speech Wednesday at MacDill Air Force Base in Florida was nothing more than a photo op and that soldiers don’t feel like he really cares about them. He also said that most of the troops, over 90%, do not support the President. While this is statement is completely subjective and not based on polling, current and former military members have voiced frustration with many of Obama’s decisions, from his handling of the Bowe Bergdahl trade to his ISIS strategy.
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SOURCE – IJReview.com