whiskey-21:

looks like that thing weighs about a quarter of what he weighs

Haha… What a little badass.

whiskey-21:

looks like that thing weighs about a quarter of what he weighs

Haha… What a little badass.

twowheelcruise:

life on a motorcycle

twowheelcruise:

life on a motorcycle

danielleabelle:

Part two The Lake District

theantiquated:

Westfjords, Iceland | Haukur Sigurðsson

theantiquated:

Westfjords, Iceland | Haukur Sigurðsson

vietnamwarera:

Members of the 173rd Airborne Brigade geared up for a patrol during Operation Junction City. (1967)
Operation Junction City sought to clear the area northeast of Saigon of enemy troops.

vietnamwarera:

Members of the 173rd Airborne Brigade geared up for a patrol during Operation Junction City. (1967)

Operation Junction City sought to clear the area northeast of Saigon of enemy troops.

ohnorobo:

Unidentified American soldier of the 173rd Airborne Brigade, June 18, 1965 - Horst Faas

ohnorobo:

Unidentified American soldier of the 173rd Airborne Brigade, June 18, 1965 - Horst Faas

soldierporn:

Sky Soldier Pathfinder receives highest honor.

President Barack Obama and former Army Staff Sgt. Ryan Pitts enter the East Room of the White House for a Medal of Honor ceremony Washington, D.C. Pitts became the 9th living recipient of the Medal of Honor from the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan. He was selected for the honor for continuing to fight after sustaining life-threatening injuries during a fierce battle in Afghanistan July 13, 2008. Pitts served as a forward observer with 2nd Platoon, Chosen Company, 2nd Battalion (Airborne), 503rd Infantry Regiment, 173rd Airborne Brigade.

(DoD News photos by EJ Hersom, 21 JUL 2014.)

soldierporn:

Brother shielding brother, even in death.
Sgt. Ryan Pitts holds a bracelet he wears that commemorates the late Sgt. 1st Class Matthew Kahler, former platoon sergeant of 2nd platoon, which is taped over another bracelet (not visible) that commemorates the fallen of 1st Platoon, Chosen Company, who were killed Nov. 9, 2007, in an ambush. Commemorated on the second bracelet are: Capt. Matthew Ferrara, Spc. Joseph Lancour, Cpl. Lester Roque, Cpl. Sean Langevin and Sgt. Jeffrey Mersman. This bracelet prevented shrapnel from penetrating Pitts’ wrist.

soldierporn:

Brother shielding brother, even in death.

Sgt. Ryan Pitts holds a bracelet he wears that commemorates the late Sgt. 1st Class Matthew Kahler, former platoon sergeant of 2nd platoon, which is taped over another bracelet (not visible) that commemorates the fallen of 1st Platoon, Chosen Company, who were killed Nov. 9, 2007, in an ambush. Commemorated on the second bracelet are: Capt. Matthew Ferrara, Spc. Joseph Lancour, Cpl. Lester Roque, Cpl. Sean Langevin and Sgt. Jeffrey Mersman. This bracelet prevented shrapnel from penetrating Pitts’ wrist.