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    The Battle of Fallujah

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    I was deployed to Camp Bondsteel, Kosovo when Operation Iraqi Freedom kicked off. I remember wondering how this war would affect my life or the direction of my career and unit. In March of 2003 I found out. Because of the war, our replacements, already having been trained for real world action, were sent to Iraq, extending my already long six month tour to ten. The start and end of that war, as a whole, had its effects on not just me and my unit, as I was deployed there twice, but on the whole

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    Chris Kyle Essay

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    Although the title of the book may be true about Chris Kyle, it contradicts the main focus of the story and why Kyle wrote it. Chris Kyle didn't just write this book to show why he is known as the most lethal sniper in American History. He acknowledges other important people that helped him reach the top. He uses his multiple medals and record breaking achievements to prove his tactical ability is some of the finest, and let's the reader know that the fight was not always on the battlefield. Starting

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    American Sniper

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    Chris Kyle’s journey of sacrifice and hellish combat experiences cannot come close to show how truly dedicated he was to being a SEAL, being a great family man Amazing teacher , and not that bad of a business man. Rest in peace - “Shaitan Ar-Ramadi” Works Cited Chris Kyle, Scott McEwen, Jim DeFelice. "american sniper". Texas. 2012. print

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    experienced; in essence, a walking contradiction. One of the most important experiences in my life that defines how strong-willed and self-motivated I am was spending my first deployment fighting in Ramadi, Iraq. I was nineteen, fresh out of high school, and a newly trained soldier. My unit came down on orders to Ramadi, Iraq only six weeks after I had arrived. I learned that the soldiers we were replacing were taking enemy contact twenty-five to thirty times a day, and the thought of all the violence terrified

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    Al Qaeda

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    The middle east is a volatile region, and recent events have been furthering the suffering of its people. Al-Qaeda and its affiliated groups have been growing in size and strength recently and its presence is threatening to destabilize the region. Al-Qaeda is a radical islamist terrorist network with the overall goal of establishing a worldwide islamic caliphate. It pursues this goal by fighting against governments in the form of guerilla war, and by committing attacks on civilians. The organization

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    Brad Proffit English 111 Matt Williams 10-21-15 Chris Kyle: The Devil of Ramadi Over the course of the last 100 years, many people have taken the opportunity to change the world for the better. Someone that has stood out to is a man by the name of Scott “Chris” Kyle. Chris Kyle is a man of a rare breed. He is someone that dedicated his life to standing up to those who couldn’t stand up for themselves. A sheepdog, in a sense, to the sheep. Chris Kyle is one of the deadliest human beings

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    Jose Luis Sanchez

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    participated in football, basketball and track. Immediately after graduating from high school in 2003, Sanchez joined the U.S Marine Corps. His first duty was Okinawa, Japan with 3/12 Artillery as a Field Radio Operator followed by service in OIF at Iraq, Ramadi with 3/8 Infantry.After OIF, Cpl. Sanchez went to Guantanamo Bay, Cuba

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    Sniper in Baghdad

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    3 week training in Hell. He also just finished his sniper training with his best friend/spotter, Henry Merrick. They are about to embark on a tremendous operation in Baghdad to kill a Commander that runs the Taliban. In the summer of 2004 near Ramadi about 200 miles from the city of Baghdad, Keegan and Merrick sit at the base wishing they could get their chance to show the Green Berets why they trained so hard. Just as they wished, Operation Blackbox was their new mission. At 1600 hours they

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    In 2004, a soldier by the name of Michael Monsoor graduated from BUD/S school (A Navy Seal training facility) effortlessly. Almost two years later, he was fighting on a roof in Ramadi, Iraq. While producing cover fire for his SEAL team mates, an enemy insurgent managed to toss a grenade through a window where the SEALs were positioned. The grenade struck Monsoor and rolled in front of him. Without even the slightest hesitation, he threw himself over the explosive and absorbed the blast. Thirty minutes

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    Abu Musab al-Zarqawi- Born October 30, 1966, in Al-Zarqa, Jordan. Iraqi militant who as the self-styled leader in Iraq of the Islamic militant group al-Qaeda, was thought by many to have been the leader behind numerous terrorist acts, including the murder in 2002, the 2003 bombing, and the beheading of several foreign hostages. He dropped out of school as a boy and allegedly became involved in criminal activities. He traveled in 1989 to Afghanistan, where he reportedly forged ties with al-Qaeda.

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