American Sniper

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R.I.P. Chris Kyle, “The Devil of Ramadi” NAVY ...

R.I.P. Chris Kyle, “The Devil of Ramadi” NAVY SEAL (1974-2013) (Photo credit: Templar1307)

 

What a remarkable story of heroism, patriotism, and self-sacrifice by an even more remarkable American, Chris Kyle. A Navy SEAL and highly trained sniper, Kyle is even more remarkable in his straightforward admittance that his accomplishments alone are not to be lauded, but the accomplishments and sacrifices of his fellow military men who sacrificed their lives in fighting for the freedoms that we often take for granted.

 

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  1. Cowboy94 on November 19th, 2013 2:08 pm

    first off i support the military and their actions, we didnt go to war just to get territory or money into the military budget, we went to war to find some of the biggest terrorists in the world that are targeting us. who knows if we didnt Iraq and Afghanistan then we might all just be a big pile of dust by now if we didnt take action again those to stand against the US. 9/11/2001 al-Qaeda decided to make a move against the US, we fought back, yes there many have still been incidents while we were and are at war, but who is to say that there wouldnt be more if we didnt go to war.

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