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Why Green Berets Are The Smartest, Most Lethal Fighters In The World

... And earn the 'Long Tab' of the Special Forces.

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Green Berets. http://www.pinterest.com/jr88rules/vietnam-war-memories/  #VietnamMemories

Green Berets. http://www.pinterest.com/jr88rules/vietnam-war-memories/ #VietnamMemories

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10th SFG (A) Strong!

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Army Skull Beret Green beret skull customizable

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Green Beret Statue at Fort Bragg, NC

Green Beret Statue at Fort Bragg, NC

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The Green Berets Army Special Forces - Business Insider

Why Green Berets Are The Smartest, Most Lethal Fighters In The World

The Green Berets Army Special Forces - Business Insider

Martha Raye (1916 - 1994), American comedienne and USO worker, She is the only woman buried in the Special Forces cemetery at Fort Bragg. Hollywood just doesn't make 'em like this any more. During WWII, Korea and Vietnam, she traveled extensively to entertain the American troops. Martha was made an honorary Green Beret and visited US Army Special Forces in Vietnam without fanfare.She was affectionately known by the Green Berets as "Colonel Maggie.

Martha Raye (1916 - 1994), American comedienne and USO worker, She is the only woman buried in the Special Forces cemetery at Fort Bragg. Hollywood just doesn't make 'em like this any more. During WWII, Korea and Vietnam, she traveled extensively to entertain the American troops. Martha was made an honorary Green Beret and visited US Army Special Forces in Vietnam without fanfare.She was affectionately known by the Green Berets as "Colonel Maggie.

Love a Green Beret ! I have 2 green berets I love to death! My son and my husband... :)

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Love a Green Beret ! I have 2 green berets I love to death! My son and my husband... :)

Green Beret with indigenous troops, in Dak To Vietnam, 1965. ~ Vietnam War

Green Beret with indigenous troops, in Dak To Vietnam, 1965. ~ Vietnam War

US Special Forces Green Beret. Military hobby blog: http://zimhangmen.tumblr.com/

US Special Forces Green Beret. Military hobby blog: http://zimhangmen.tumblr.com/

John Wayne, director, and Mervyn Leroy on location for "The Green Berets," 1967

John Wayne, director, and Mervyn Leroy on location for "The Green Berets," 1967

Green Berets from each of the seven Special Forces Groups stand in cordon formation at the gravesite of President John F. Kennedy, Oct. 18, as part of the commemorative Wreath Laying Ceremony held by the U.S. Army Special Forces Command (Airborne) at Arlington National Cemetery. The event paid tribute to JFK’s vision of building a dedicated counterinsurgency force, a vision that helped build the Green Berets into an elite force recognized around the world.

Green Berets from each of the seven Special Forces Groups stand in cordon formation at the gravesite of President John F. Kennedy, Oct. 18, as part of the commemorative Wreath Laying Ceremony held by the U.S. Army Special Forces Command (Airborne) at Arlington National Cemetery. The event paid tribute to JFK’s vision of building a dedicated counterinsurgency force, a vision that helped build the Green Berets into an elite force recognized around the world.

Special Forces Green Beret soldiers from each of the Army’s seven Special Forces Groups stand silent watch during the wreath-laying ceremony at the grave of President John F. Kennedy, Nov. 17, 2011 Image Source: "Seven Green berets" by U.S. Army

Special Forces Green Beret soldiers from each of the Army’s seven Special Forces Groups stand silent watch during the wreath-laying ceremony at the grave of President John F. Kennedy, Nov. 17, 2011 Image Source: "Seven Green berets" by U.S. Army

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