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Dutch "luchtmobiele briga

Dutch "luchtmobiele brigade" @koninklijkelandmacht (Facebook) #wwa #worldwidearmy #military #militarypics #militarypictures #militaryporn #army #armypics #armypictures #sf #special #forces #specialforces #infantry #usmc #navy #af #air #force #airforce #dutch #netherlands #nederland #nederlands #lucht #mobiele #brigade #luchtmobiele #luchtmobielebrigade Follow the crews: @pictureplatoon @dutchmilitaryknows @army_heroes @operators_co @bestmilitary_soldiers @blackwolf_division @picturebataljon @korpsmariniersnld_ @northatlantic_military @europeanmilitaryhistory @worldwidesoldiers @go_snip_hubert @global.response.team

Just released 
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Just released Perfect for brave veteran _ Grab it fast before we sold out from the link in bio @veteranfamily_love _ Women's tee, mugs, hoodies are also available Double Tap the pic Follow @veteranfamily_love DM us veteran pics Keep loving and respecting U.S veterans #americanveterans #veterans #usveterans #usmilitary #usarmy #supportveterans #honorvets #usvets #america #usa #patriot #uspatriot #americanpatriot #supportourtroops #godblessourtroops #ustroops #americantroops #semperfi #military #remembereveryonedeployed #deployed #starsandstripes #americanflag #usflag #respecttheflag #marines #navy #airforce #reenlistment#greenlivesmatter

 A la recherche du perfec

A la recherche du perfecto de vos rves ? Cdez la tentation ! Facile porter, bien taill et tellement tendance, notre veste en velour de chvre bleue marine donne une touche rock aux looks de rentre ! A dcouvrir en boutique ! #comptoirdescotonniersbordeaux #comptoirdescotonniersfrance #comptoirdescotonniers #comptoirstories #frenchbrand #frenchtouch #frenchy #francaise #elegance #feminin #rock #perfecto #velour #velourdechevre #navy fashion #fashionworld #style #ootd #dressedfortheday #easytowear #coolwearing #tenuedujour #facileaporter #tendance #intemporel #forlife #debongoutMadame

Lying in wait. 
That mome

Lying in wait. That moment you have so much emotion and adrenaline pent up and ready to explode. There are moments in your life where you are rest and there are moments when your emotions, adrenaline and fears are at their peak. Imagine if the moments of rest were filled with peaks fight or flight, over and over again. This is post traumatic stress disorder. The body has been trained for battle, but the mind never recovers from the trauma. The mind has been rewired to make the body to believe it needs to be ready for threats at any moment. So the slightest change, noise, emotional swing or verbal attack and the body goes 0-60 in 3 seconds flat. Is this as permanent as building a racecar from a stock car? Of course not. A race car can be returned to stock and a person with ptsd can learn to live with ptsd. And so can you. What drives you? Drivenwithpurpose.org #ptsd #ptsdawareness #military #usaf #usmc #usar #usn #airforce #navy #army #marines #veteran #Iraq #OIF #OEF #vietnam #war #combat #s30 #240z #260z #280z #datsun #nissan #jdm #fightorflight #fight #ready #battle #racecar

An extract on #navy

From the middle decades of the 17th century and through the 18th century, the Royal Navy vied with the Dutch Navy and later with the French Navy for maritime supremacy. From the mid 18th century it was the world's most powerful navy until surpassed by the United States Navy during the Second World War. The Royal Navy played a key part in establishing the British Empire as the unmatched world power during the 19th and first part of the 20th centuries. Due to this historical prominence, it is common, even among non-Britons, to refer to it as "the Royal Navy" without qualification. Following World War I, the Royal Navy was significantly reduced in size, although at the onset of the Second World War it was still the world's largest. By the end of the war, however, the United States Navy had emerged as the world's largest. During the Cold War, the Royal Navy transformed into a primarily anti-submarine force, hunting for Soviet submarines, mostly active in the GIUK gap. Following the collapse of the Soviet Union, its focus has returned to expeditionary operations around the world and remains one of the world's foremost blue-water navies. The Royal Navy maintains a fleet of technologically sophisticated ships and submarines including an amphibious assault ship, two amphibious transport docks, four ballistic missile submarines (which maintain the UK's nuclear deterrent), six nuclear fleet submarines, six guided missile destroyers, thirteen frigates, 15 mine-countermeasure vessels and 22 patrol vessels. As of 19 March 2016, there are 77 commissioned ships (including submarines) in the Royal Navy, plus 9 ships of the Royal Fleet Auxiliary (RFA); there are also five Merchant Navy ships available to the RFA under a private finance initiative. The RFA replenishes Royal Navy warships at sea, and augments the Royal Navy's amphibious warfare capabilities through its three Bay-class landing ship vessels. It also works as a force multiplier for the Royal Navy, often doing patrols that frigates used to do. The total displacement of the Royal Navy is approximately 337,000 tonnes (603,000 tonnes including the Royal Fleet Auxiliary and Royal Marines). The Royal Navy is part of Her Majesty's Naval Service, which also includes the Royal Marines. The professional head of the Naval Service is the First Sea Lord, an admiral and member of the Defence Council of the United Kingdom. The Defence Council delegates management of the Naval Service to the Admiralty Board, chaired by the Secretary of State for Defence. The Royal Navy operates three bases in the United Kingdom where commissioned ships are based; Portsmouth, Clyde and Devonport, the last being the largest operational naval base in Western Europe.

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