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CAAT OIF II - This is war

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Added by: bu187, 03-06-2013
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03-09-2013, 04:10 AM #71304
LetsTripOutAndDie    
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Anyone one who fought in Iraq during these years are truest of heroes #Salute
   
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03-08-2013, 09:41 PM #71292
MickDonalds    
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I was there during this time. Some of my best times of my life.
   
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03-07-2013, 04:26 PM #71246
   
laxaddict992
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dont like the song
   
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03-06-2013, 05:56 PM #71227
Bad Company    
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nice one bu, real good compilation vid of some of the earlier times in Iraq
   
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    bu187 (03-06-2013),LetsTripOutAndDie (03-09-2013)
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