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  2. Jason Everman - Wikipedia

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    Jason Mark Everman (born October 16, 1967) is an American musician and soldier who played guitar with Nirvana and Mind Funk, and bass in Soundgarden and OLD.He later served tours in both Iraq and Afghanistan with the U.S. Army as an Army Ranger and Green Beret.

  3. Korean Augmentation To the United States Army - Wikipedia

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    KATUSA soldiers are assigned to each Eighth United States Army units with their Military Occupational Specialty like the United States Army soldiers and do the part of their MOS. Additionally, KATUSA soldiers serve as translators between the local populace and the U.S. Army, and help the U.S. maneuver in unfamiliar terrain.

  4. Chronology of Provisional Irish Republican Army actions (1992 ...

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    The army bomb disposal team attempting to defuse it all lost their hearing, and several military vehicles were damaged. 25 September 1992: a van bomb exploded outside the courthouse in Newry, County Down. The IRA claimed the bomb was a "directional device" targeting civilians contractors carrying out repairs.

  5. Islamic Salvation Front - Wikipedia

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    By the end of 1994, the Islamic Salvation Army (AIS) controlled over half the guerrillas of the east and west, but barely 20% in the center, near the capital, where the GIA were mainly based. Their main leadership was based in the Beni Khettab mountains near Jijel. It issued communiqu├ęs condemning the GIA's indiscriminate targeting of women ...

  6. Stanley A. McChrystal - Wikipedia

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    Stanley Allen McChrystal (born August 14, 1954) is a retired United States Army general best known for his command of Joint Special Operations Command (JSOC) from 2003 to 2008 where his organization was credited with the death of Abu Musab al-Zarqawi, leader of Al-Qaeda in Iraq.

  7. Marksman - Wikipedia

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    The Indian Army uses a locally manufactured licensed variant of the SVD Dragunov in the Designated Marksman role as part of each infantry platoon. The Dragunov is used in conjunction with the INSAS family of weapons to give flexibility and striking power at short to mid range firefights, to Indian Army infantry units engaged with opposing forces.

  8. History of radar - Wikipedia

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    The US Army Air Forces and the British RAF had made wartime advances in using radar for handling aircraft landing, and this was rapidly expanded into the civil sector. The field of radio astronomy was one of the related technologies; although discovered before the war, it immediately flourished in the late 1940s with many scientists around the ...

  9. Battle of Taierzhuang - Wikipedia

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    At this time, Sun Zhen's 22nd Army Group, a unit from the Sichuan clique also arrived at the Shanxi-Henan region, only to be rejected by both Yan Xishan (commander of the 2nd War Area and chairman of Shanxi) and Cheng Qian (commander of the 1st War Area and chairman of Henan). Both Yan and Cheng disliked units from Sichuan for their poor ...