Much respect for 13 fallen in Afghanistan

All over America people are showing respect for those who lost their lives the other day!
GOD BLESS AMERICA!



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And now they are protecting the gates of heaven while the lord says welcome home my faithful servant. May they Rest In Peace and may the good lord bring comfort to there families.

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Respect for all that have fallen, ’ nuff said…

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Let’s all do a personal 13 seconds of silence in remembrance of those brave soldiers who serve the best damn country in the whole wide world.

Freedom isn’t free but it’s stained with blood from those who gave it all so I could live free!
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Just when you think “13 Hours” in Benghazi can’t be topped, we now have 13 fallen in Afghanistan.
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Prayers to the “13” heroes and their families. Another day that will live in infamy.
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There’s a lot to be said about this, but I like hanging out with this community.
Just be aware he has a plan to make us forget, so prepare yourselves for a lot more and a lot worse!
Think of it like this 1,185 days and a wake up!

LEAVE NO ONE BEHIND…EVER

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Thank you for your service. And the ultimate sacrifice. G-d bless you. And RIP.

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Here, here!!! When those 13 died…I could only think of the 13 original Colonies…and how antithetical it was to the founding of this country.

As a 24 year Navy retiree, it didn’t take even a second for me to see Biden was an idiot. About as long as it took me to know Bush made a fatal move when he went after Iraq.

It’s way overtime that We The People stop buying into these political schemes that cost us our sons and daughters.

Watch the instability begin in b the Middle East next.

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Hero’s one and all!!! I am a retired USN E6 (69-92) and have never been in their shoes, but I pray daily for the families of those killed. I continue to pray for those still in harms way.
Don

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My veterans are all suffering emotionally. Some are despondent. I’ve had a dream that the Taliban captured me while I was trying to escape…VERY ODD for an old Vietnam Vet, but considering how much time I spend with Post-9/11 vets and their family caregivers, plus all of the TV news…no wonder. Secondary PTSD is a real thing, but usually transitory. I hope that you’ll visit our website (Defense Health Agency’s Recovery Coordination Program) at www.warriorcare.mil and download our Caregiver Resource Directory if you want to know what’s going on with us PEER Support Coordinators.

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Soldier, Sailor, Airman, Marine or Coast Guard. You aree my brothers and sisters.

Salute.

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Duncan Smith at The National Sentinel reports.

Former Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense for the Western Hemisphere Affairs Roger Pardo-Maurer says that the Department of Defense had foreknowledge of the Kabul bomber AND denied permission to fire via the Predator drone that had a lock on the bomber. Pardo-Maurer recounted: “What is being said by people who were involved is that the Department of Defense already knew who the bomber was, and when (the Kabul attack would happen), and that a Predator drone had a lock on him, OK, and that they refused to grant permission to fire upon that bomber. (Permission) was requested, and was denied. Why? A Politico report of leaked classified intel makes a stunning claim the Pentagon knew about the impending suicide bombing at the Kabul Airport’s Abbey Gate. Defense Secretary Austin and Gen. Milley knew about the bombing and held a Pentagon meeting just 24 hours before the attack. According to classified notes of the meeting shared with Politico, preparations for an “imminent casualty event” were to be made but they kept the Abbey Gate. If this is true, then obviously someone higher up made the decision not to allow the drone operator to shoot.
The question is…why? And who made the call? Numerous high-ranking intelligence analysts and military officials review the list before it receives the final OK from the president.
There are so many acts of treason involved in President Biden’s Afghan pull-out, not the least of which is the fact that he actually let 13 Americans get blown up when the bomber could had been killed by a Drone! I pray for them and their families but the truth needs to be known about the Whitehouse coverup: When confronted with the information Pentagon’s John Kirby became angry and then released a statement that only confirmed the document leak was legit.
“Permission to shoot was requested and was denied by the Taliban. Because we are in this process of negotiating with the Taliban who aren’t even in control of their own government or their own people.”

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Wow,
If this is true and the U.S. allowed this to happen I am speechless. 9/11 all over again. If they had a chance to stop this attack and didn’t, what does the military tell the family of these men and women who were killed that it didn’t have to happen.:man_facepalming: I’m proud to be an American but not proud of our leadership. As far as I’m concerned I live in the best nation on the planet.

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