American Heros and Badasses!

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  1. onceanlsufan

    onceanlsufan Veteran Member

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    No they shouldnt
     
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    Jmg Senior Member

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    being a drug addict is a health problem, or simply a leisure activity, not a crime. imprisonment of peaceful drug users is maybe the worst human rights violation going on today on earth. cant put a homie in a cage because he likes to get high.
     
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    Happy Birthday Chuck Norris!
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    watson1880 Founding Member

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    https://www.airforcetimes.com/news/...he-saved-80-lives-why-not-the-medal-of-honor/

    Senior Airman Dustin Temple, a combat controller with the 21st Special Tactics Squadron at Pope Field, North Carolina, showed extraordinary heroism in a September battle, repeatedly exposing himself to enemy fire to recover an injured soldier and resupply his team. He is the seventh airman to receive the Air Force Cross, the second-highest valor award, since 2001.
     
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    watson1880 Founding Member

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    Sgt. Roy W. Johnson
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    "The President of the United States of America takes pride in presenting the Navy Cross (Posthumously) to Sergeant Roy W. Johnson (MCSN: 335908), United States Marine Corps Reserve, for extraordinary heroism and devotion to duty while serving as a Squad Leader in Company I, Third Battalion, Second Marines, SECOND Marine Division, during action against enemy Japanese forces at Betio Island, Tarawa Atoll, Gilbert Islands, on 20 November 1943. Detecting an imbedded, well-camouflaged enemy tank obstructing the advance of his squad and inflicting heavy casualties on his company, Sergeant Johnson valiantly risked his life in an effort to neutralize the hostile weapons. Crawling through withering fire, he successfully gained the turret and, after dropping a grenade within the enclosure, closed the hatch and sat on it until the ensuing explosion put the tank out of action. His brilliant initiative, daring aggressiveness and inspiring devotion to duty in the face of grave peril enabled our forces to move forward and deliver a devastating blow to opposing forces and were in keeping with the highest traditions of the United States Naval Service. He gallantly gave his life for his country."
     
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    el005639 Founding Member

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    And americans today are scared of a virus that kills at most 2% of its victims.
     
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