“I was in the thick of the thick,” Major Gallaudet Hoops said. “As a platoon commander with the choo choo tracks on my collar points then, I lead those Marines to victory and I’m proud of that. What I did there, no, what we did there is nothing short of just getting the job done.”
A motorcade ambled down the road. Marine General Misha Wainwright, Lieutenant General Tasha Spraic, and Major General Paul Brandt looked pensive. Misha flicked some Irish pennants from her sleeve. Tasha tapped away at her mobile device. Brandt studied the notes from the recent bombing of Iran.
The beauty of the marriage between rifleman and rifle still intrigued Sergeant Lionel Hanes. He cleaned his rifle regularly with as much care and precision as washing an infant. As an infantry Marine, he became adjusted to the devastation in Iran. He and his fellow Grunt Devil Dogs observed the massive destruction of the bombings.
On the first episode of The Yaron Brook Show, Dr. Brook illustrated with wit and solemn power the atrocity of the shooting of some of the Charlie Hebdo staff. In the five years since that vicious attack, where is free speech? America just eliminated a player in the Iranian military that might prove to be rather inconsequential. But the rhetoric and the outcry against America and its allies has not emboldened Americans to write, draw, paint, direct, act, sing, or produce works that decry and denounce authoritarian dictatorships like Iran and celebrate life. No. Some people of the United States and other countries have constructed signs that attempt to placate Iran. Shrieks in the streets consist of the “innocent” people of Iran (neglecting to mention the scores of people yelling “Death to America” in that region). Shouts of “Oh, we’re for Iran, not Trump” have arisen throughout American cities. While Mr. Trump is certainly no noble figure in all of this, he represents the nation and ought to be recognized for at least doing one (albeit small) thing right. With one vicious figure out of the way, this does not mean that Trump’s incompetence is excused. It just means that we might have time to refocus on how nefarious the current Iranian regime actually is….
“What the Americans fail to understand is that they have already lost.” Marine intelligence officer Major Dunbar “Shield” O’Dell listened in on the Saudi telephone conversation.
First Sergeant Beck Singles paced the room. He stood at about 5’9” and made every move precise. His teak-colored face, shaven, and regulation fade and pressed cammies all projected his well-kept manner. His rank insignia sat expertly on his collar points. He looked over the gear of his junior Marines.