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Sudanese Evacuees | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

Marines from Special-Purpose Marine Air-Ground Task Force Crisis Response guide U. citizens down the flight line in Juba, South Sudan, during an evacuation of personnel from the U. Embassy on Jan. Robert L.

Women were needed to work in industry in order to free men to fight during the War. They were also an important and growing part of the non-combative armed forces. For some this presented a drastic change to the previously prevalent social order. Patriotism was one incentive to get women to join in the war efforts. Posters like this one reminded the population that everyone was needed to pitch in and be a soldier in one form or another.

Women were needed to work in industry in order to free men to fight during the War. They were also an important and growing part of the non-combative armed forces. For some this presented a drastic change to the previously prevalent social order. Patriotism was one incentive to get women to join in the war efforts. Posters like this one reminded the population that everyone was needed to pitch in and be a soldier in one form or another.

Not all wounds are visible. Marine overcomes traumatic brian injury to succeed at the 2013 Warrior Games.

Marine Overcome Invisible Wounds--Growing up, Sgt. Brian McPherson remembers he was driven to be able to do things himself and to make his parents proud. In 2008 he was hit by a suicide bomber in Iraq.

Roundin' First: Wounded Warrior Marine veteran Josh Wege rounds first base after hitting the ball past the outfielders during the Wounded Warrior Amputee Celebrity Softball Classic at the Nationals’ ballpark in  Washington April 3. Wege, from Campbellsport, Wis., is part of the  Washington Nationals Wounded Warrior Amputee Softball Team made up of veterans and active duty service members from across the U.S., who lost limbs while serving in Iraq or Afghanistan. The wounded warriors won 17-4.

Roundin' First: Wounded Warrior Marine veteran Josh Wege rounds first base after hitting the ball past the outfielders during the Wounded Warrior Amputee Celebrity Softball Classic at the Nationals’ ballpark in Washington April 3. Wege, from Campbellsport, Wis., is part of the Washington Nationals Wounded Warrior Amputee Softball Team made up of veterans and active duty service members from across the U.S., who lost limbs while serving in Iraq or Afghanistan. The wounded warriors won 17-4.

Clear for Landing | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

The recent increase in security at a key Army base near a Mexican border city where Islamic terrorists are confirmed to be operating and planning an attack on the United States indicates that the facility is a target.

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