Like a Grandpa with Game.
ilikemyhgbetter:

My Grandfather fought in the Vietnam war and when he came home he was spat on by the people he was out there defending - he has this up on his fireplace and when anyone tries to talk to him about Vietnam he refuses to say anything.

ilikemyhgbetter:

My Grandfather fought in the Vietnam war and when he came home he was spat on by the people he was out there defending - he has this up on his fireplace and when anyone tries to talk to him about Vietnam he refuses to say anything.

soldierporn:

Remember the Fallen: 45 Years Ago Today.
Army Private First Class Carlos J. Lozada. 20 NOV 1967.
Medal of Honor recipient (posthumous).
On November 20, 1967, at Dak To in the Republic of Vietnam, Pfc. Carlos James Lozada, a rifleman from 2/503rd, spotted a North Vietnamese Army company rapidly approaching his outpost.
He alerted his comrades and opened fire with a machine gun, killing at least twenty of the enemy soldiers and disrupting their initial attack. He realized that if he abandoned his position there would be nothing to hold back the surging North Vietnamese soldiers and that his entire company withdrawal would be jeopardized - as a result he told his comrades to move to the back and that he would supply cover for them.
He continued to deliver a heavy and accurate volume of suppressive fire against the enemy until he was mortally wounded and had to be carried during the withdrawal.Pfc. Lozada was posthumously awarded the Medal of Honor for his courageous act.

soldierporn:

Remember the Fallen: 45 Years Ago Today.

Army Private First Class Carlos J. Lozada. 20 NOV 1967.

Medal of Honor recipient (posthumous).

On November 20, 1967, at Dak To in the Republic of Vietnam, Pfc. Carlos James Lozada, a rifleman from 2/503rd, spotted a North Vietnamese Army company rapidly approaching his outpost.

He alerted his comrades and opened fire with a machine gun, killing at least twenty of the enemy soldiers and disrupting their initial attack. He realized that if he abandoned his position there would be nothing to hold back the surging North Vietnamese soldiers and that his entire company withdrawal would be jeopardized - as a result he told his comrades to move to the back and that he would supply cover for them.

He continued to deliver a heavy and accurate volume of suppressive fire against the enemy until he was mortally wounded and had to be carried during the withdrawal.

Pfc. Lozada was posthumously awarded the Medal of Honor for his courageous act.

operationbarbarossa:

Two GIs of the 90th Infantry Division hold a defensive position near Chambois around the time of the Falaise Pocket battle - August 1944

operationbarbarossa:

Two GIs of the 90th Infantry Division hold a defensive position near Chambois around the time of the Falaise Pocket battle - August 1944

freespirit-in-clubparadise:

FUNNIEST thing ever!

freespirit-in-clubparadise:

FUNNIEST thing ever!