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A United States Navy SEAL known as the most lethal sniper in American military history, with 160 confirmed kills (out of 255 claimed kills), although these statistics have not been released by the Pentagon. Born in Odessa, Texas, the son of a Sunday school teacher and a deacon. Kyle's father bought his son his first gun at 8 years old, a bolt-action .30-06 Springfield rifle, and later a shotgun, with which they hunted pheasant, quail, and deer. After school, Kyle became a professional bronco rodeo rider, but his profession ended abruptly when he severely injured his arm. After his arm healed, he went to a military recruiting office, interested in joining the United States Marine Corps (USMC). A Navy recruiter told him about the Navy SEALs. Kyle signed up, but was rejected because of the pins in his arm. A little while later, he received a call and he had the chance to go to BUD/S (Basic Underwater Demolition SEAL school), finally joining the United States Navy in 1999. Kyle served four tours in the second Iraq war, and was awarded the Bronze and Silver Star medals multiple times. Iraqi insurgents dubbed him the "Devil of Ramadi" and offered an increasing bounty for his head. He was shot twice, and was involved in six IED attacks. Kyle decided to spend time with his family and was honorably discharged from the U.S. Navy in 2009. He remained in the spotlight after leaving the Navy and wrote a New York Times bestselling autobiography, American Sniper. Kyle was shot and killed at a shooting range by a fellow veteran on February 2, 2013, near Chalk Mountain, Texas.
Part 1 of 5 Lt General Boykin on God, Family & Country
THANK YOU CONGRESSMAN RON PAUL!! YOU WILL BE SORELY MISSED!!
NOW THIS IS PRESIDENTIAL!!
THANK YOU FOR THE ULTIMATE SACRIFICE
Basil L. Plumley
(Jan. 1, 1920 - Oct. 10, 2012)
Basil L. Plumley was a United States Army command sergeant major. He is most famous for his actions as a Sergeant-Major of the US Army's 1st Battalion, 7th Cavalry Regiment, at the Battle of Ia Drang (Vietnam, 1965). General Hal Moore praised Plumley as an outstanding NCO and leader in the 1992 book about this battle We Were Soldiers Once...And Young. The book was the basis for the 2002 film We Were Soldiers, in which Plumley was played by Sam Elliott. He was known affectionately by his soldiers as "Old Iron Jaw".
Message FROM the Militia to Civilians
2012 STAY STRONG STAND FIRM & UNITED!
Allen West's Powerful Gun Rights Speech
At An NRA Event
THE SPEECH THAT IS BEING HEARD AROUND THE WORLD!!
Dr. Benjamin S. Carson-
(World-renowned pediatric neurosurgeon at Johns Hopkins Hospital)