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The warmongers are still miffed that Justin Trudeau is withdrawing our six CF-18 aircraft from the Middle East, but they are more than mollified by the fact that under the new Liberal plan, there will be more boots on the ground. While deploying under
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NEW ORLEANS – A new exhibit commemorating the 25th anniversary of Operation Desert Storm will be opening soon at the Louisiana National Guard Museum at Jackson Barracks in New Orleans. “Boots in the Sand - The Louisiana National Guard's Role in
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LAS VEGAS — Staid and stylish home decor is under attack by a military aesthetic that is having a moment. The look is a by-product of a war culture that has grown up around more than a decade of global unrest and boots on the ground. In the 1940s, battleship gray and army green were popular carpet and paint colors. During the Winter Las Vegas Furniture Market, army green and khaki were evident in furnishings made from old military tents. United Strangers even used them to cover a console. The company also did a bedroll that doubled as a single mattress, ottoman or seat. “I wanted to do furniture that had a story and would appeal to a younger demographic,” said company founder Logan Komorowski. The native New Zealander said the core of his brand is products with a story behind them. He was designing for Halo and Restoration Hardware before branching out on his own. “I loved the recycled look and thought about old army tents as a material,” he said. The tents go through a four-stage washing process before they can be used as upholstery. “We create a patchwork of the clean material and have three or four ladies constantly sewing it up,” he explained. Tents and truck tarps with more of a desert camouflage look were the raw material for handbags and duffles by Mona B, a fashion accessory company. Another company targeting a more adventurous, youthful crowd is Uber Chic Home. Its designers took old grape harvest crates and framed them with metal to make benches with drawers and consoles. Recently, the company added vintage Swiss Army blankets purchased in Europe and turned them into bench covers and pillows. Old Czechoslovakian army blankets were used to make crosses and background fabric for some of the pillows. BoBo Intriguing Objects also joined the Swiss Army theme with poufs, blankets and pillows in a number of color combinations. The Swiss Army cross is currently one of the most popular motifs. Blue Ocean Traders, which does both one-of-a-kind furnishings and production pieces, was showing a traditional campaign chest in black lacquer with brass accents. It also comes in white and a soft green lacquer. Campaign chests were made to travel with the army and used by high ranking officers. Unlike the real thing, the ones by Blue Ocean. Source: www.post-gazette.com
Now that the Liberal government has announced its new policy on Canada’s anti-Daesh efforts in the Middle East, it appears as though the Liberals are equally as delusional as were the Harper Conservatives. The warmongers are still miffed that Justin Trudeau is withdrawing our six CF-18 aircraft from the Middle East, but they are more than mollified by the fact that under the new Liberal plan, there will be more boots on the ground. While deploying under the politically saleable banner of a training mission, the Colonel Blimp brigade has already taken to the airwaves to inform the Canadian public that the only place to train recruits is on the front lines, alongside the trainees, in combat with them. As for setting the stage for any additional casualties our trainers will suffer during their deployment, the tub-thumpers explain that in an “insurgent environment, the threat is 360 and it is constant. Once again the military cheerleaders have revived the old wives tale that our Canadian soldiers are particularly excellent as trainers based on the success we had training Afghan soldiers. I will state once more that, in my opinion, Canadian soldiers are the very best in the world. however, the truth of the matter is that we failed in Afghanistan. We had no linguistic, ethnic, cultural or religious connection to the Afghan recruits, and those trained by Canadians were just as likely to desert, sell their weapons or defect to the Taliban as those trained by our NATO allies. At the political level, what makes the Liberal plan so delusional is that they insist Canada’s goal is to restore a unified Iraq under a central, democratically elected Baghdad government. The problem with this is that our military trainers and weaponry are being sent to assist Kurdish militias who have no intention of returning to a minority status within a unified Iraq. In the early stages of the Daesh offensive, which swept out of Syria and captured the Sunni Triangle in Iraq in the spring of 2014, the Kurds seemed like the only reliable fighting force on the ground. The Iraqi security force — trained and equipped by the U. S. for over a decade — deserted en masse, handing over to Daesh a massive arsenal of weapons, artillery and armoured vehicles. Those Iraqi soldiers had no intention of sacrificing themselves for the sake of the corrupt Baghdad regime of Prime Minister Haider. Source: thechronicleherald.ca
“One of the more interesting artifact displays will include captured enemy weaponry,” said Rhett Breerwood, LANG historian. “After the LANG’s 159th Mobile Army Surgical Hospital was told that their area was clear of enemy combatants, nine Iraqi soldiers approached with hands in the air to surrender. It is very unusual for a MASH unit to capture POWs. ” - The Louisiana units activated include the 256th Infantry Brigade (Mechanized) headquartered out of Lafayette, the 527th Engineer Battalion from Bossier City, now Ruston, and the 159th Mobile Army Surgical Hospital from New Orleans. Smaller units such as Jonesville's 1083rd Transportation Company, Jena's 1086th Transportation Company, Vidalia's 1087th Transportation Company, Pineville's 1090th Transportation Company and the 39th Military Police Company, and New Orleans 812th Medical Company (now F Company, 2nd Battalion, 135th Aviation Regiment) and 3673rd Maintenance Company also deployed. Source: www.leesvilledailyleader.com
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