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Arnold Schwarzenegger, Comfortable, and Friends: Russian soldier was shot in the head with a Kalashnikov. His friends removed the cartridge with pliers, and the man smiled for the camera. eak ak A Russian soldier has cheated death after footage emerged of him having a bullet removed from his forehead with a pair of pliers. The soldier, who has been dubbed the Russian ‘Terminator’, was reportedly caught in AK-47 crossfire between Russian and Chechen militants. In the video, the man seems undaunted by what is happening, and remains calm as the procedure take place. A friend is seen forcibly removing the bullet without any medical equipment. he is seen cleaning the area before removing it with a pair of ordinary pliers. It takes a few minutes to complete the procedure, as the bullet remains firmly lodged. The man attempts to remove it a few times, before he is successful, as he looks for a comfortable way to do it. The soldier inspects the wound with his hand after the bullet has been removed. Then the soldier smiles for the camera, relieved that the bullet has been removed. The clip, which is believed to have been filmed during the war in Chechnya in 2000, has become a viral hit. The brave man has been compared to Arnold Schwarzenegger’s character, The Terminator, due to his calm, unemotional approach. http:-www.dailymail.co.uk-news-article-2327661-Russian-soldier-shot-head-AK-47-smiles-camera-comrade-pulls-using-just-PLIERS.html 💖 BadAss
Arnold Schwarzenegger, Comfortable, and Friends: Russian soldier was shot in the head with a
 Kalashnikov. His friends removed the cartridge
 with pliers, and the man smiled for the camera.
 eak
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A Russian soldier has cheated death after footage emerged of him having a bullet removed from his forehead with a pair of pliers. The soldier, who has been dubbed the Russian ‘Terminator’, was reportedly caught in AK-47 crossfire between Russian and Chechen militants. In the video, the man seems undaunted by what is happening, and remains calm as the procedure take place. A friend is seen forcibly removing the bullet without any medical equipment. he is seen cleaning the area before removing it with a pair of ordinary pliers. It takes a few minutes to complete the procedure, as the bullet remains firmly lodged. The man attempts to remove it a few times, before he is successful, as he looks for a comfortable way to do it. The soldier inspects the wound with his hand after the bullet has been removed. Then the soldier smiles for the camera, relieved that the bullet has been removed. The clip, which is believed to have been filmed during the war in Chechnya in 2000, has become a viral hit. The brave man has been compared to Arnold Schwarzenegger’s character, The Terminator, due to his calm, unemotional approach. http:-www.dailymail.co.uk-news-article-2327661-Russian-soldier-shot-head-AK-47-smiles-camera-comrade-pulls-using-just-PLIERS.html 💖 BadAss

A Russian soldier has cheated death after footage emerged of him having a bullet removed from his forehead with a pair of pliers. The soldie...

America, Facts, and Family: OPERATION RED WINGS JUNE 28, 2005 WILL ALWAYS PLACE THE MISSION FIRST. IWILL NEVER ACCEPT DEFEAT WILL NEVER QUIT. I WILL NEVER LEAVE A FALLEN COMRADE. “On June 28, 2005, four SEALs – Lt. Michael “Murph” Murphy, Gunner’s Mate 2nd Class Danny Dietz, Sonar Technician 2nd Class Matthew “Axe” Axelson, and Hospital Corpsman 2nd Class Marcus Luttrell – were carrying out an op to place eyes on known terrorist Ahmad Shah. After positioning themselves amongst the shale of a mountainside in the Hindu Kush east of Asadabad, they were compromised by a trio of supposed goatherders. Deciding it would violate the ROE to kill the three Afghans, the SEALs let them go and immediately moved out. Just a few short hours later, the men were fighting for their lives, and when the proverbial dust settled, only Marcus Luttrell had physically survived.” (excerpt from “The Brotherhood: Remembering the 9th Anniversary of Operation Red Wings”) 12 years may have passed but the pain of those losses remains fresh for the families of the men who died. Some families have worked tirelessly to build a long-term memorial to one or more of the men. marcusluttrell works with a number of charitable organizations but it is his Lone Survivor Foundation that stands out among the others. The LoneSurvivor Foundation is a 501(c)3 that works to help wounded servicemembers and their families heal both physically and mentally. Marcus felt the environment in which he recovered from his own devastating injuries would benefit others, and he uses his foundation to make it happen. Others such as the Axelson family – Matt Axelson was one of the three SEALs killed during the firefight on the ground – strive to help other military families and organizations in various ways while building a business as a constantly-growing tribute to their loved one. Axelson Tactical manufacturers high-quality firearms and although they’re a new company, they’re certainly a promising one. They do it all in Matt’s memory. The sacrifices made on that shale-strewn mountainside in 2005 are important to remember for many reasons. First and foremost is the simple fact that sacrifices such as those made by the men of OperationRedWings are what make America, America. We enjoy more freedoms than any other nation thanks to the blood, sweat, and tears of our military.
America, Facts, and Family: OPERATION RED WINGS JUNE 28, 2005
 WILL ALWAYS PLACE THE MISSION FIRST. IWILL NEVER ACCEPT DEFEAT
 WILL NEVER QUIT. I WILL NEVER LEAVE A FALLEN COMRADE.
“On June 28, 2005, four SEALs – Lt. Michael “Murph” Murphy, Gunner’s Mate 2nd Class Danny Dietz, Sonar Technician 2nd Class Matthew “Axe” Axelson, and Hospital Corpsman 2nd Class Marcus Luttrell – were carrying out an op to place eyes on known terrorist Ahmad Shah. After positioning themselves amongst the shale of a mountainside in the Hindu Kush east of Asadabad, they were compromised by a trio of supposed goatherders. Deciding it would violate the ROE to kill the three Afghans, the SEALs let them go and immediately moved out. Just a few short hours later, the men were fighting for their lives, and when the proverbial dust settled, only Marcus Luttrell had physically survived.” (excerpt from “The Brotherhood: Remembering the 9th Anniversary of Operation Red Wings”) 12 years may have passed but the pain of those losses remains fresh for the families of the men who died. Some families have worked tirelessly to build a long-term memorial to one or more of the men. marcusluttrell works with a number of charitable organizations but it is his Lone Survivor Foundation that stands out among the others. The LoneSurvivor Foundation is a 501(c)3 that works to help wounded servicemembers and their families heal both physically and mentally. Marcus felt the environment in which he recovered from his own devastating injuries would benefit others, and he uses his foundation to make it happen. Others such as the Axelson family – Matt Axelson was one of the three SEALs killed during the firefight on the ground – strive to help other military families and organizations in various ways while building a business as a constantly-growing tribute to their loved one. Axelson Tactical manufacturers high-quality firearms and although they’re a new company, they’re certainly a promising one. They do it all in Matt’s memory. The sacrifices made on that shale-strewn mountainside in 2005 are important to remember for many reasons. First and foremost is the simple fact that sacrifices such as those made by the men of OperationRedWings are what make America, America. We enjoy more freedoms than any other nation thanks to the blood, sweat, and tears of our military.

“On June 28, 2005, four SEALs – Lt. Michael “Murph” Murphy, Gunner’s Mate 2nd Class Danny Dietz, Sonar Technician 2nd Class Matthew “Axe” Ax...