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I see dead people, dead insurgents. Thanks Snakedog
Statistics taken showed the "Infadel & Non Infadel Packs for Little Guys" were the No.1 selling toys in the Middle East for children 10 & under.Store manager, Ihsuk Madeek ,from the ME's biggest Toy store chain "Allah bout Toys" says He cant keep them on the shelf & that also there a great transitional tool being that at age 11 They are taught to use the real thing. Pack includes 1 toy AK-47, 1 toy RPG-7& one toy clay filled C-4 vest
A marine in korea feeding 2wk old cat after, momma cat was killed in motar attack.
Discussions are being held about awarding a Nato medal to thousands of servicemen and women involved in the war last year. British warships and aircraft delivered humanitarian aid as rebel forces fought to overthrow Muammar Gaddafi's regime. They also rescued refugees and enforced the United Nations' no-fly zone. Nato is keen for its Libyan operational medal to be awarded in the UK and the MoD is holding talks about who will be eligible for the award. It has been suggested just one day's service could suffice. But a final decision will have to be approved by the Queen this autumn. It comes after the US Department of Defense gave its approval for a Nato medal to be worn by American personnel involved in the Libya operations. In June medals were awarded to Nato staff at Allied Maritime Command Naples, from where the mission under An MoD spokesman said: "There is a Nato medal and we are in the process of looking at the application for British service personnel to wear it as well. "However, no decision has been made as of yet." Among those in line for the medal would be sailors from HMS Liverpool, which became the first UK warship since the first Gulf War to come under enemy fire during her 207 days of patrols off the Libyan coast. HMS Brocklesby, York, Westminster and Iron Duke - all based in Portsmouth, Hants - may also be honoured. Nato spokesman Tony White said: "We would be thrilled if nations recognise the commitment to an operation that was in our eyes very successful and saved thousands of lives. "The Royal Navy in particular did an outstanding job and I would go as far as to say they were the unsung heroes. "From a humanitarian point of view, what the navy did to keep those ports open in Misrata is a story that needs to be told because that saved the country." The former head of the navy, Admiral Lord West, said: "The general trend has been for Nato to produce a medal for operations of this kind and it would be appropriate to have a medal. "The criteria will have to be carefully looked at but certainly ships which operated close to the coast deserve a medal." Penny Mordaunt, Conservative MP for Portsmouth North, added: "It would be great if their contribution is recognised. "It was a dangerous theatre and there was a great range of roles, particularly from the navy. "It was a hell of an achievement and it would be right to mark that." www.telegraph.co.uk/news/uknews/defence/9461716/British-forces-could-receive-Libya-campaign-medal.html