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Alive, Doctor, and Fire: ROY P BENAVIDEZ MEDAL OF HONOR MSG US ARMY VIETNAM PH AUG 5 1935 NOV 29 1998 BELOVED HUSRAND FATHER&GRANDPA @Remembebary Medal of Honor recipient, Master Sergeant Roy Benavidez. He had 37 puncture wounds, exposed intestine, broken jaw, and eyes caked in blood. He was pronounced dead until he spit in the face of a doctor who was zipping him up in a body bag Six Hours in Hell - On May 2, 1968, a 12-man Special Forces patrol, which included nine Montagnard tribesmen, was surrounded by an NVA (North Vietnamese Army) infantry battalion of about 1,000 men. Benavidez heard the radio appeal for help and boarded a helicopter to respond. Armed only with a knife, he jumped from the helicopter carrying his medical bag and ran to help the trapped patrol. Benavidez "distinguished himself by a series of daring and extremely valorous actions... and because of his gallant choice to join voluntarily his comrades who were in critical straits, to expose himself constantly to withering enemy fire, and his refusal to be stopped despite numerous severe wounds, saved the lives of at least eight men." At one point in the battle an NVA soldier accosted him and stabbed him with his bayonet. Benavidez pulled it out, yanked out his own knife, killed him and kept going, leaving his knife in the NVA soldier's body. After the battle, he was evacuated to the base camp, examined, and thought to be dead. As he was placed in a body bag among the other dead in body bags, he was suddenly recognized by a friend who called for help. A doctor came and examined him but believed Benavidez was dead. The doctor was about to zip up the body bag when Benavidez managed to spit in his face, alerting the doctor that he was alive. Benavidez had a total of 37 separate bullet, bayonet, and shrapnel wounds from the six-hour fight with the enemy battalion - On February 24, 1981, President Ronald Reagan presented Roy P. Benavidez with the Medal of Honor. Reagan turned to the press and said, "If the story of his heroism were a movie script, you would not believe it - Thank you Benavidez for your heroism, your selfless sacrifices you made in Vietnam shall never be forgotten. Rest in Peace!🇺🇸
Alive, Doctor, and Fire: ROY P
 BENAVIDEZ
 MEDAL OF HONOR
 MSG US ARMY
 VIETNAM PH
 AUG 5 1935
 NOV 29 1998
 BELOVED HUSRAND
 FATHER&GRANDPA
 @Remembebary
 Medal of Honor recipient, Master Sergeant
 Roy Benavidez. He had 37 puncture wounds,
 exposed intestine, broken jaw, and eyes caked
 in blood. He was pronounced dead until he
 spit in the face of a doctor who was
 zipping him up in a body bag
Six Hours in Hell - On May 2, 1968, a 12-man Special Forces patrol, which included nine Montagnard tribesmen, was surrounded by an NVA (North Vietnamese Army) infantry battalion of about 1,000 men. Benavidez heard the radio appeal for help and boarded a helicopter to respond. Armed only with a knife, he jumped from the helicopter carrying his medical bag and ran to help the trapped patrol. Benavidez "distinguished himself by a series of daring and extremely valorous actions... and because of his gallant choice to join voluntarily his comrades who were in critical straits, to expose himself constantly to withering enemy fire, and his refusal to be stopped despite numerous severe wounds, saved the lives of at least eight men." At one point in the battle an NVA soldier accosted him and stabbed him with his bayonet. Benavidez pulled it out, yanked out his own knife, killed him and kept going, leaving his knife in the NVA soldier's body. After the battle, he was evacuated to the base camp, examined, and thought to be dead. As he was placed in a body bag among the other dead in body bags, he was suddenly recognized by a friend who called for help. A doctor came and examined him but believed Benavidez was dead. The doctor was about to zip up the body bag when Benavidez managed to spit in his face, alerting the doctor that he was alive. Benavidez had a total of 37 separate bullet, bayonet, and shrapnel wounds from the six-hour fight with the enemy battalion - On February 24, 1981, President Ronald Reagan presented Roy P. Benavidez with the Medal of Honor. Reagan turned to the press and said, "If the story of his heroism were a movie script, you would not believe it - Thank you Benavidez for your heroism, your selfless sacrifices you made in Vietnam shall never be forgotten. Rest in Peace!🇺🇸

Six Hours in Hell - On May 2, 1968, a 12-man Special Forces patrol, which included nine Montagnard tribesmen, was surrounded by an NVA (Nort...

Best Friend, Family, and God: 233 Snape was the only Death Eater who could conjure a Patronus. A product of an unstable and possibly abusive family, and frequent target of bullying at Hogwarts, Snape took a liking to the Dark Arts at an early age. This immediately put him at odds with his best friend and object of affection, Lily Evans, who was very much against the use of dark magic. Nevertheless, Snape’s desire for revenge and need to impress Lily became stronger when James Potter began vying for her attention as well. At the start of the First Wizarding War, he joined the Death Eaters along with other Slytherins from his year. Dementors and other dark magical creatures were aligned with Lord Voldemort during both Wizarding Wars. They were all drawn to the darkness and negativity surrounding him. What need, then, did a Death Eater have of producing a Patronus– a powerful light charm that was the complete antithesis of what they stood for? Unlike his Death Eater comrades, however, Snape’s immense capacity for love was stronger than his pull toward the darkness. His memories and feelings around growing up with Lily brought Snape his only true happiness and as such he was able to produce a full Patronus. QOTD: The object placed at right of you would be the thing to kill Voldemort! What is it? I have a bed oh god! @harrypotteredits
Best Friend, Family, and God: 233
 Snape was the only Death Eater
 who could conjure a Patronus.
A product of an unstable and possibly abusive family, and frequent target of bullying at Hogwarts, Snape took a liking to the Dark Arts at an early age. This immediately put him at odds with his best friend and object of affection, Lily Evans, who was very much against the use of dark magic. Nevertheless, Snape’s desire for revenge and need to impress Lily became stronger when James Potter began vying for her attention as well. At the start of the First Wizarding War, he joined the Death Eaters along with other Slytherins from his year. Dementors and other dark magical creatures were aligned with Lord Voldemort during both Wizarding Wars. They were all drawn to the darkness and negativity surrounding him. What need, then, did a Death Eater have of producing a Patronus– a powerful light charm that was the complete antithesis of what they stood for? Unlike his Death Eater comrades, however, Snape’s immense capacity for love was stronger than his pull toward the darkness. His memories and feelings around growing up with Lily brought Snape his only true happiness and as such he was able to produce a full Patronus. QOTD: The object placed at right of you would be the thing to kill Voldemort! What is it? I have a bed oh god! @harrypotteredits

A product of an unstable and possibly abusive family, and frequent target of bullying at Hogwarts, Snape took a liking to the Dark Arts at a...

Club, Dude, and Fucking: Do Throwback Thursday - This is Sergeant Henry “Black Death” Johnson from the 369th Infantry aka "The Harlem Hellfighters". In 1917 during WWI, Kaiser Wilhelm II's finest fighters conducted a raid on Sergeant Johnson's French encampment. With no ammo, isolated, overrun, outnumbered, and with a wounded man to protect; Sergeant Johnson was shot more than twenty times. Let me say that again....THIS DUDE GOT SHOT MORE THAN TWENTY FUCKING TIMES!!! LukeCage Anyone else probably would have tapped the fuck out, accepted death, and said to their higher power "well lets get this shit over with." But, being from Harlem ole Henry J-Money knew he had to rep his unit AND his set. He took a bolo knife, flipped his rifle over, used that shit as a club and started to beat and stab motherfuckers to death while defending his fallen comrades. FuckingSavage Unfortunately in 1918 racism against African Americans was so common and accepted that his heroism and valor in combat were not acknowledged and he was presented with no award by the very country he fought for. On top of that he was refused his purple heart. However, the French troops praised him and welcomed him and his comrades as their own. Johnson’s heroism was recognized by the French and he became the very first American in WWI to be awarded the Croix De Guerre with star and bronze palm RealRecognizeReal In 1996 long after his death he finally received his Purple Heart and in 2002 a Distinguished Service Cross. Finally, on June 2, 2015 after years and years of petitioning he was awarded the Congressional Medal of Honor by in a posthumous ceremony at the White House. Long overdue. OAF TBT OAFNation ThrowbackThursday WWI France HarlemHellfighters Valor MOH Heroism LegendsNeverDie
Club, Dude, and Fucking: Do
Throwback Thursday - This is Sergeant Henry “Black Death” Johnson from the 369th Infantry aka "The Harlem Hellfighters". In 1917 during WWI, Kaiser Wilhelm II's finest fighters conducted a raid on Sergeant Johnson's French encampment. With no ammo, isolated, overrun, outnumbered, and with a wounded man to protect; Sergeant Johnson was shot more than twenty times. Let me say that again....THIS DUDE GOT SHOT MORE THAN TWENTY FUCKING TIMES!!! LukeCage Anyone else probably would have tapped the fuck out, accepted death, and said to their higher power "well lets get this shit over with." But, being from Harlem ole Henry J-Money knew he had to rep his unit AND his set. He took a bolo knife, flipped his rifle over, used that shit as a club and started to beat and stab motherfuckers to death while defending his fallen comrades. FuckingSavage Unfortunately in 1918 racism against African Americans was so common and accepted that his heroism and valor in combat were not acknowledged and he was presented with no award by the very country he fought for. On top of that he was refused his purple heart. However, the French troops praised him and welcomed him and his comrades as their own. Johnson’s heroism was recognized by the French and he became the very first American in WWI to be awarded the Croix De Guerre with star and bronze palm RealRecognizeReal In 1996 long after his death he finally received his Purple Heart and in 2002 a Distinguished Service Cross. Finally, on June 2, 2015 after years and years of petitioning he was awarded the Congressional Medal of Honor by in a posthumous ceremony at the White House. Long overdue. OAF TBT OAFNation ThrowbackThursday WWI France HarlemHellfighters Valor MOH Heroism LegendsNeverDie

Throwback Thursday - This is Sergeant Henry “Black Death” Johnson from the 369th Infantry aka "The Harlem Hellfighters". In 1917 during WWI,...

America, Memes, and Obama: VETERANS COM IRST BERGDAHL LIKE IGNORE FOR TRUMP FOR TRAITOR Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl’s attorneys presented a motion to a military judge Monday morning arguing that President Trump’s comments about Bergdahl on the campaign trail have violated his due process rights. Bergdahl appeared before a military judge Monday in Fort Bragg, North Carolina for a pretrial hearing. Bergdahl faces desertion charges for endangering his fellow soldiers who went to search for him after he allegedly left his post in Afghanistan in 2009. Taliban fighters captured him within hours and held him captive for five years until the Obama administration swapped five Guantanamo Bay-detained Taliban prisoners for his release. The hearing focused on Trump’s negative comments on the campaign trail about Bergdahl. Trump made over 60 negative statements about Bergdahl while on the campaign trail, calling him a “dirty rotten traitor” among other things. To my mind Bowe Bergdahl deserves much more stringent words than those expressed by President Trump. Bergdahl left his service post at a crucial moment for the country, he refused to carry out his direct military duty. This man instead of blaming Trump, like other liberals, should publicly apologize to the country, to plead guilty and go to serve his sentence. Bergdahl has to pay for the betrayal of his comrades by a long term of imprisonment. veteranscomefirst veterans_us Veterans Usveterans veteransUSA SupportVeterans Politics USA America Patriots Gratitude HonorVets thankvets supportourtroops semperfi USMC USCG USAF Navy Army military godblessourmilitary soldier holdthegovernmentaccountable RememberEveryoneDeployed Usflag StarsandStripes
America, Memes, and Obama: VETERANS
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 BERGDAHL
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 FOR TRAITOR
Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl’s attorneys presented a motion to a military judge Monday morning arguing that President Trump’s comments about Bergdahl on the campaign trail have violated his due process rights. Bergdahl appeared before a military judge Monday in Fort Bragg, North Carolina for a pretrial hearing. Bergdahl faces desertion charges for endangering his fellow soldiers who went to search for him after he allegedly left his post in Afghanistan in 2009. Taliban fighters captured him within hours and held him captive for five years until the Obama administration swapped five Guantanamo Bay-detained Taliban prisoners for his release. The hearing focused on Trump’s negative comments on the campaign trail about Bergdahl. Trump made over 60 negative statements about Bergdahl while on the campaign trail, calling him a “dirty rotten traitor” among other things. To my mind Bowe Bergdahl deserves much more stringent words than those expressed by President Trump. Bergdahl left his service post at a crucial moment for the country, he refused to carry out his direct military duty. This man instead of blaming Trump, like other liberals, should publicly apologize to the country, to plead guilty and go to serve his sentence. Bergdahl has to pay for the betrayal of his comrades by a long term of imprisonment. veteranscomefirst veterans_us Veterans Usveterans veteransUSA SupportVeterans Politics USA America Patriots Gratitude HonorVets thankvets supportourtroops semperfi USMC USCG USAF Navy Army military godblessourmilitary soldier holdthegovernmentaccountable RememberEveryoneDeployed Usflag StarsandStripes

Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl’s attorneys presented a motion to a military judge Monday morning arguing that President Trump’s comments about Bergdahl ...