Lake Louise, Canada - Jet Setter: The Coolest Honeymoon Destinations of 2014

Jet Setter: The Coolest Honeymoon Destinations of 2014

Summer trip Lake Louise, Canada - Jet Setter: The Coolest Honeymoon Destinations of 2014

Ontos M50A1, Originally conceived as a fast tank killer, it was employed by US Marines who consistently reported excellent results when used for direct fire support against infantry during the Vietnam War. Its mobility and firepower were proven in numerous battles and operations.

The Ontos ("Thing" in Greek), officially the Rifle, Multiple 106 mm, Self-propelled, was an American light armored tracked anti-tank vehicle developed in the Used exclusively by the Marines. Via ~ The NAM

simple as that: Canada Day inspiration: 25 DIY ideas, crafts, printables and recipes for July 1st

Canada Day inspiration: 25 DIY ideas, crafts, printables and recipes for July 1st

Kentucky Long Rifle ~   Few guns get the patriotic juices flowing better than the Kentucky Long Rifle, which was used widely by militiamen in the Revolutionary War. The rifles had exceptionally long barrels, which increased muzzle velocity and accuracy. Before the war, The Kentucky rifle was a popular gun among hunters and frontiersman.  Even though the guns were not made in Kentucky, Kentucky rifleman were known for their deadly marksmanship, earning the gun its name

Kentucky Long Rifle ~ Few guns get the patriotic juices flowing better than the Kentucky Long Rifle, which was used widely by militiamen in the Revolutionary War. The rifles had exceptionally long barrels, which increased muzzle velocity and accuracy.

Rochus Misch, "Adolf Hitler's devoted bodyguard for most of World War II and the last remaining witness to the Nazi leader's final hours in his Berlin bunker," has died, .

Hitler's Last Bodyguard Dies; Was With The Fuhrer In Bunker

Hitler’s bodyguard and telephone operator Rochus Misch is seen in Hitler's bunker ‘Wolfsschanze (Wolf’s lair)’ in Poland in this 1944 photo.

Exhausted French Resistance fighter, Paris, 1944.

Robert Doisneau The Liberation of Paris: Armed Resistance Member Behind a Barricade 1944

Canada Map #secondbiggestcountry #bestcountry

Canada's traditions and customs

Soldiers of the 9th Canadian Infantry Brigade eating aboard a landing craft en route to France, 6 June 1944

Soldiers of the Canadian Infantry Brigade eating aboard a landing craft en route to France, 6 June Photographer: Ken Bell (DND/Library & Archives Canada)

Saluting in Afghanistan. God bless our Canadian allies!! Now and forever.

Disciplinary charges soar since the push into Afghanistan

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