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2nd Lt. John K. Singlaub, part of Jedburgh Team James, parachuted behind German lines in August 1944. He would go on to become a major general in the Army and one of the founding members of the CIA. (Photo courtesy of the personal collection of Maj. Gen. John K. Singlaub, USA, Ret.)

2nd Lt. John K. Singlaub, part of Jedburgh Team James, parachuted behind German lines in August 1944. He would go on to become a major general in the Army and one of the founding members of the CIA. (Photo courtesy of the personal collection of Maj. Gen. John K. Singlaub, USA, Ret.)

A Radioman comforts his friend who had just survived a battle during Operation Byrd in which nearly his entire platoon was wiped out.  Photo taken: August 1966

A Radioman comforts his friend who had just survived a battle during Operation Byrd in which nearly his entire platoon was wiped out. Photo taken: August 1966

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Maj. Gen. Orde Wingate was a brave soldier and an extraordinary friend of the Jewish people - although not a Jew, he was sent to Palestine in military intelligence - Wingate shaped the fighting tradition of the Haganah and the Israel Defense Forces instilling the traditions of commando warfare, night fighting, covert operations and the practice that officers lead from the front

Maj. Gen. Orde Wingate was a brave soldier and an extraordinary friend of the Jewish people - although not a Jew, he was sent to Palestine in military intelligence - Wingate shaped the fighting tradition of the Haganah and the Israel Defense Forces instilling the traditions of commando warfare, night fighting, covert operations and the practice that officers lead from the front

US Paratrooper photo taken at Bastogne of General McAuliffe's (right center) Staff in a field meeting.

US Paratrooper photo taken at Bastogne of General McAuliffe's (right center) Staff in a field meeting.

1944 Jedburgh firearms training at Milton Hall, Peterborough, Cambridgeshire, England, on the small arms range with .45 automatic pistols

1944 Jedburgh firearms training at Milton Hall, Peterborough, Cambridgeshire, England, on the small arms range with .45 automatic pistols

"En combate cercano, la victoria es del que     tiene una bala más en el cargador" Erwin Rommel

"En combate cercano, la victoria es del que tiene una bala más en el cargador" Erwin Rommel

Battlefield humor:US Marine Private Kenneth R. Hoger has decorated his knapsack flamethrower with a "hot moma" a.k.a "Miss Spirfire" to jive with the purpose of the flamethrower. The Marine was en route to Iwo Jima, Feb 1945.

Battlefield humor:US Marine Private Kenneth R. Hoger has decorated his knapsack flamethrower with a "hot moma" a.k.a "Miss Spirfire" to jive with the purpose of the flamethrower. The Marine was en route to Iwo Jima, Feb 1945.

Vietnamese Navy Uniforms | Navy Pilot John McCain, right, with members of his squadron in an ...

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Vietnamese Navy Uniforms | Navy Pilot John McCain, right, with members of his squadron in an ...

North Korea, False Flag Attacks and Fabricated Enemies | Morcan Books & Films

North Korea, False Flag Attacks and Fabricated Enemies | Morcan Books & Films

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