America is a Free land because of the Brave Warriors who protect it, the rights I have and the freedom to learn, study, share as I choose to do such as this blog, is due to the millions of warriors who have served through out time, to keep our God given Freedoms just that Free for all of us to use.
In archaeology I notice and in my histories learned that when freedom is lost, then those who seek tyranny, power, control over others, they erase history, change it to fit their agenda's, and destroy as much of it as they can in order to keep their power and control. History does continue to repeat, as humanity fails to learn by it, some due to the false history taught.
We will always need Honorable Warriors to defend us. So I honor them on this blog and all others who have served. Just a very small gesture as I wish I could do more for them.
I have added this link and information to anyone who would Honor and respect the Families and Warriors of America.
A Page link on hiddennorthamericanarchaeology.blogspot for additional information about Marcus Luttrell.
He lived and wrote the book "Lone Survivor" Which can be purchased from most book sellers, Amazon.com a link to the book, very worth the read, his motto is "Never Quit!"
Petty Officer Matthew Axelson , He held their left flank on the mountain for 2 hours, under murderous fire. He was shot twice, both times badly hurt, but he kept fighting, his last words were of home: "Tell Cindy I love her." (His wife)
Awarded Navy Cross for Combat Heroism.
Petty Officer Danny Dietz Provided our covering fire all afternoon, Desperately wounded, he once more opened fire at the enemy blasting away up the hill, No one was tougher than Danny. Awarded Navy Cross for Combat Heroism.
Lieutenant Michael Murphy Who walked out into the open ground to use his cell phone to call for help, "My men are taking heavy fire... we're getting picked apart. My guys are dying out here...we need help." Right then Mikey took a bullet straight in the back, he slumped forward, dropping his phone and his rifle. But then he braced himself, grabbed them both, sat upright again, and once more put the phone to his ear. "Roger that, sir. Thank you." Then he stood up and staggered out to our bad position, on our left and started fighting again, firing at the enemy and hitting them.
Awarded Metal of Honor for his actions that day.
I invite everyone to help these foundations to help our wounded warriors & their families some wounds run deeper than those you can see, the loss the family deals with is the same. They don't start the wars, but they do serve with Honor and Courage. America is Free because of the Brave. Lets Honor them with any support you can. Thanks.
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Update: Most of 31 U.S. Dead in Copter Crash From Navy’s SEAL Team Six — Taliban Claims Credit
The operators from SEAL Team Six were flown by a crew of the 160th Special Operations Aviation Regiment. That’s according to one current and one former U.S. official. Both spoke on condition of anonymity because families are still being notified of the loss of their loved ones.
One source says the team was thought to include 22 SEALs, three Air Force air controllers, seven Afghan Army troops, a dog and his handler, and a civilian interpreter, plus the helicopter crew.
The sources thought this was the largest single loss of life ever for SEAL Team Six, known as the Naval Special Warfare Development Group.
A helicopter crash in Afghanistan killed 31 Americans, including as many as 25 Navy SEALs in one of the worst single-day U.S. losses of life since the war began, a senior military official told ABC News early this morning.
A total of 38 people were on board the Chinook helicopter when it crashed overnight in the eastern Afghan province of Wardak.
Initial reports indicate up to 25 Navy SEALs were on the aircraft at the time.
It was also carrying seven Afghan Special Forces troops, one interpreter, five member helicopter crew and one dog.
Troops were apparently involved in a raid at the time.
Aaron Carson Vaughn USA Navy Seal KIA with his band of brothers.
Tells a little about Aaron, and there is a link there to an interview with his wonderful grandmother worth a listen.