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Today is the 13th Anniversary of OperationRedWings. 6-28- 05 one of the worst days in special operations history. We will never forget the sacrifice made by the 11 NavySEALs and 8 Army Night Stalkers who gave their lives during this operation. These men exemplified courage and camaraderie and we will never forget. We Honor and Remember: LT. (SEAL) MICHAEL P. MURPHY STG2 (SEAL) MATTHEW G. AXELSON GM2 (SEAL) DANNY P. DIETZ, JR. LCDR (SEAL) ERIK S. KRISTENSEN LT. (SEAL) MICHAEL M. MCGREEVY, JR. ITCS (SEAL) DANIEL R. HEALY FCC (SEAL) JACQUES J. FONTAN ET1 (SEAL) JEFFREY ALAN LUCAS HM1 (SEAL) JEFFREY SCOTT TAYLOR MM2 (SEAL) ERIC SHANE PATTON QM2 (SEAL) JAMES ERIK SUH SSG SHAMUS O. GOARE CWO COREY J. GOODNATURE SGT KIP A. JACOBY SFC MARCUS V. MURALLES MSGT JAMES W. PONDER III MAJ STEPHEN C. REICH SFC MICHAEL L. RUSSELL CWO CHRIS J. SCHERKENBACH: OPERATION RED WINGS JUNE 28, 2005 IWILL ALWAYS PLACE THE MISSION FIRST. I WILL NEVER ACCEPT DEFEAT IWILL NEVER QUIT. I WILL NEVER LEAVE A FALLEN COMRADE Today is the 13th Anniversary of OperationRedWings. 6-28- 05 one of the worst days in special operations history. We will never forget the sacrifice made by the 11 NavySEALs and 8 Army Night Stalkers who gave their lives during this operation. These men exemplified courage and camaraderie and we will never forget. We Honor and Remember: LT. (SEAL) MICHAEL P. MURPHY STG2 (SEAL) MATTHEW G. AXELSON GM2 (SEAL) DANNY P. DIETZ, JR. LCDR (SEAL) ERIK S. KRISTENSEN LT. (SEAL) MICHAEL M. MCGREEVY, JR. ITCS (SEAL) DANIEL R. HEALY FCC (SEAL) JACQUES J. FONTAN ET1 (SEAL) JEFFREY ALAN LUCAS HM1 (SEAL) JEFFREY SCOTT TAYLOR MM2 (SEAL) ERIC SHANE PATTON QM2 (SEAL) JAMES ERIK SUH SSG SHAMUS O. GOARE CWO COREY J. GOODNATURE SGT KIP A. JACOBY SFC MARCUS V. MURALLES MSGT JAMES W. PONDER III MAJ STEPHEN C. REICH SFC MICHAEL L. RUSSELL CWO CHRIS J. SCHERKENBACH

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Here are a few reasons why you should never quit: ✔️Some people will be glad that you quit. This is for the simple reason that your dedication to your goal will remind them of their own unrealized potential. Rather than proving your doubters right, let your dedication inspire. ✔️It’s easy to find a reason to quit. No matter how good or bad your life is going, you can always find an excuse to give up. But it works the other way too. If you look for a reason to keep going, you can find that too! ✔️The consequences of quitting are a lot higher than sticking it out. No matter how high a price you’ll pay to keep going, the price of abandoning your dreams carries the greater cost. ✔️The process shapes you before success rewards you. Setting difficult goals will stretch you, teach you perseverance and ultimately build your belief in yourself. It is the process that develops you. Greatness doesn’t come overnight, but it is forged by every inch of progress we fight for in pursuit of a worthwhile goal. ✔️When you quit, you send the message that you never really wanted to achieve anything in the first place. - dontquit win success millionairementor: SPEED LIMIT ITS A SLOW PROCESS BUT OUITTING WONT SPEED IT UP MILLIONAIRE MENTOR V63676 Here are a few reasons why you should never quit: ✔️Some people will be glad that you quit. This is for the simple reason that your dedication to your goal will remind them of their own unrealized potential. Rather than proving your doubters right, let your dedication inspire. ✔️It’s easy to find a reason to quit. No matter how good or bad your life is going, you can always find an excuse to give up. But it works the other way too. If you look for a reason to keep going, you can find that too! ✔️The consequences of quitting are a lot higher than sticking it out. No matter how high a price you’ll pay to keep going, the price of abandoning your dreams carries the greater cost. ✔️The process shapes you before success rewards you. Setting difficult goals will stretch you, teach you perseverance and ultimately build your belief in yourself. It is the process that develops you. Greatness doesn’t come overnight, but it is forged by every inch of progress we fight for in pursuit of a worthwhile goal. ✔️When you quit, you send the message that you never really wanted to achieve anything in the first place. - dontquit win success millionairementor

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📢 millmentor coming at you with a few KILLER tips to become a winner in life! (I just wanna throw in one of my favorite quote before we start with the tips.) “Winners never quit and quitters never win.” 🔥 - Ok, here you go: ✔️Set up specific goals. (You need to know where you are going.) ✔️Learn to take responsibility for your actions. You can’t blame others for your mistakes and you can’t use excuses. ✔️Form a “winning habit.” To form a winning habit, you need to start looking things at a different perspective, you have to look at them like challenges. You should try to challenge yourself daily, form a habit of doing every day something you couldn’t do before. ✔️Don’t be afraid to fail. ✔️Take risks! Because if you are too cautious, you might miss the opportunity and you might not have a second one. ✔️Be willing to work HARDER than others. - Feel free to add something else! LEAVE a comment below👇 - winner success work habits actions millionairementor: LIFE IS A GAME. PLAY IT ENJOY IT AND ALWAYS W 📢 millmentor coming at you with a few KILLER tips to become a winner in life! (I just wanna throw in one of my favorite quote before we start with the tips.) “Winners never quit and quitters never win.” 🔥 - Ok, here you go: ✔️Set up specific goals. (You need to know where you are going.) ✔️Learn to take responsibility for your actions. You can’t blame others for your mistakes and you can’t use excuses. ✔️Form a “winning habit.” To form a winning habit, you need to start looking things at a different perspective, you have to look at them like challenges. You should try to challenge yourself daily, form a habit of doing every day something you couldn’t do before. ✔️Don’t be afraid to fail. ✔️Take risks! Because if you are too cautious, you might miss the opportunity and you might not have a second one. ✔️Be willing to work HARDER than others. - Feel free to add something else! LEAVE a comment below👇 - winner success work habits actions millionairementor

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“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.: 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.

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On April 10, 2012, United States Army Staff Sergeant Travis Mills of the 82nd Airborne was critically injured on his third tour of duty in Afghanistan by an IED (improvised explosive device) while on patrol, losing portions of both legs and both arms. With enormous willpower and endurance, the unconditional love of his family, and a generous amount of faith, Travis shocked everyone with his remarkable recovery. SSG Travis Mills is a genuine American hero, and for his incredible sacrifice, we are forever in his debt. He founded the Travis Mills Foundation, which benefits and assists wounded and injured veterans. And that's just one more reason to be forever grateful to him. As we all know how tough it could be for returning soldiers to get proper necessary medical treatment in time. 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: ever give up. Never quit. VETERANS On April 10, 2012, United States Army Staff Sergeant Travis Mills of the 82nd Airborne was critically injured on his third tour of duty in Afghanistan by an IED (improvised explosive device) while on patrol, losing portions of both legs and both arms. With enormous willpower and endurance, the unconditional love of his family, and a generous amount of faith, Travis shocked everyone with his remarkable recovery. SSG Travis Mills is a genuine American hero, and for his incredible sacrifice, we are forever in his debt. He founded the Travis Mills Foundation, which benefits and assists wounded and injured veterans. And that's just one more reason to be forever grateful to him. As we all know how tough it could be for returning soldiers to get proper necessary medical treatment in time. 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

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