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This true war story about one German pilot’s willingness to stay his hand instead of firing his weapon kept another pilot alive to tell the most amazing tale.

This true war story about one German pilot’s willingness to stay his hand instead of firing his weapon kept another pilot alive to tell the most amazing tale.

GySgt Carlos Hathcock, 93 confirmed kills and countless unconfirmed kills

GySgt Carlos Hathcock, 93 confirmed kills and countless unconfirmed kills

Chief Gunner’s Mate Barry Enoch, SEAL Team One, Navy Cross recipient in April 1970. ~ Vietnam War

Chief Gunner’s Mate Barry Enoch, SEAL Team One, Navy Cross recipient in April 1970. ~ Vietnam War

The most bad-a sniper in history…

The most badass sniper in history…

The most bad-a sniper in history…

Sgt. Phil Coon (Muscogee Creek) was a machine gunner with the 31st Infantry Division who survived the Bataan Death March in the Philippines during World War II.

Sgt. Phil Coon (Muscogee Creek) was a machine gunner with the 31st Infantry Division who survived the Bataan Death March in the Philippines during World War II.

INFOGRAFIA CIVIL WAR

INFOGRAFIA CIVIL WAR

Tom Poole was a Green Beret, a member of the Special Forces, in Vietnam in 1964. Later he became a Central Intelligence operative in Laos commanding mercenaries along the Ho Chi Minh Trail during the “Secret War” in 1970.

Tom Poole was a Green Beret, a member of the Special Forces, in Vietnam in 1964. Later he became a Central Intelligence operative in Laos commanding mercenaries along the Ho Chi Minh Trail during the “Secret War” in 1970.

25 Soldiers With Killing Sprees Straight Out Of Call Of Duty | Cracked.com

25 Soldiers With Killing Sprees Straight Out Of Call Of Duty | Cracked.com

warinvietnam:    DONG HA, SOUTH VIET NAM: Bearing a heavy load, a Marine carries a wounded buddy away from scene of battle as a fellow Leatherneck (rear) lends a hand, 9/17. Marine was wounded in an engagement with Communists some 20 miles northwest of Dong Ha.UPI TELEPHOTO BY JOHN SCHNEIDER

warinvietnam: DONG HA, SOUTH VIET NAM: Bearing a heavy load, a Marine carries a wounded buddy away from scene of battle as a fellow Leatherneck (rear) lends a hand, 9/17. Marine was wounded in an engagement with Communists some 20 miles northwest of Dong Ha.UPI TELEPHOTO BY JOHN SCHNEIDER

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