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Iraq War OIF Montage *GRAPHIC*

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Added by: snakedog, 01-28-2013
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Video from early in Iraq war (OIF 1 and 2)

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10-19-2013, 11:56 AM #80387
Bigfoot13    
Bigfoot13
Sergeant

Awesome to see these dirt bags meet their end at the Hands of the US's Best and Brave, Young and Old Men and Women. Go USA!
   
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    serpa6 (10-19-2013)
07-03-2013, 02:22 AM #76704
   
Flamingtorso
Corporal

I could almost smell them.
   
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