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Mohammad Gulab ~ just call him Hero. When Operation Redwing went bad in Afghanistan three Seals lost their lives. But one, Marcus Luttrell, survived. Blown off a ridge, alone, injured,and thought to be dead Luttrell was taken in by Gulab and protected. He defiantly refused to hand over Luttrell to the Taliban even as they burned down his home and threatened the lives of his family and village members. Gulab trekked to an American military post and brought help for Luttrell, saving his life…

Afghan Hero Of 'Lone Survivor' Now In Danger

Mohammad Gulab ~ just call him Hero. When Operation Redwing went bad in Afghanistan three Seals lost their lives. But one, Marcus Luttrell, survived. Blown off a ridge, alone, injured,and thought to be dead Luttrell was taken in by Gulab and protected. He defiantly refused to hand over Luttrell to the Taliban even as they burned down his home and threatened the lives of his family and village members. Gulab trekked to an American military post and brought help for Luttrell, saving his life…

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French and British soldiers regroup on Sword beach after the initial landing.

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US troops disembark from a landing craft infantry (LCI), which carried 250 men fully equipped into a LCA, which transported 35 men to the beach. #WWII #history #Normandy #OmahaBeach   Source – Army: An Illustrated History

US troops disembark from a landing craft infantry (LCI), which carried 250 men fully equipped into a LCA, which transported 35 men to the beach. #WWII #history #Normandy #OmahaBeach Source – Army: An Illustrated History

American troops walk down the streets of Carentan - a port city in Normandy - for which US airborne forces fiercely battled the German Wehrmact in 10 - 11 June, 1944. A lack of ammunition forced the German forces to withdraw on 12 June. The 17th SS PzG Division counter-attacked the 101st Airborne on 13 June. Initially successful, its attack was thrown back by Combat Command A (CCA) of the U.S. 2nd Armored Division.

American troops walk down the streets of Carentan - a port city in Normandy - for which US airborne forces fiercely battled the German Wehrmact in 10 - 11 June, 1944. A lack of ammunition forced the German forces to withdraw on 12 June. The 17th SS PzG Division counter-attacked the 101st Airborne on 13 June. Initially successful, its attack was thrown back by Combat Command A (CCA) of the U.S. 2nd Armored Division.

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