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Cpl. Enrique Torres (right), a squad leader with 1st Platoon, Kilo Company, 3rd Battalion, 3rd Marine Regiment, and a 21-year-old native of Alvarado, Texas, helps Lance Cpl. Joseph Hevia, a rifleman and 20-year-old native of Windsor, Calif., climb onto a roof while searching a compound.

Cpl. Enrique Torres (right), a squad leader with 1st Platoon, Kilo Company, 3rd Battalion, 3rd Marine Regiment, and a 21-year-old native of Alvarado, Texas, helps Lance Cpl. Joseph Hevia, a rifleman and 20-year-old native of Windsor, Calif., climb onto a roof while searching a compound.

We are family. I would never leave you behind. I will lay down my life for you and with you. You will never be alone. (All 3 men pictured here were shot and killed. The two standing were trying to get their friend to cover) To those who sacrifice their whole world...Thank You.

We are family. I would never leave you behind. I will lay down my life for you and with you. You will never be alone. (All 3 men pictured here were shot and killed. The two standing were trying to get their friend to cover) To those who sacrifice their whole world...Thank You.

This is beautiful. You'd never see a photo like this in the news. We are all human beings; not enemies.     No More War peace campaign stop war logic change attitudes

You will never see this on the news...

This is beautiful. You'd never see a photo like this in the news. We are all human beings; not enemies. No More War peace campaign stop war logic change attitudes

Marines perform during a Sunset Parade at the Marine Corps War Memorial in Arlington, Va. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Lance Cpl. Dan Hosack/Released)

Marines perform during a Sunset Parade at the Marine Corps War Memorial in Arlington, Va. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Lance Cpl. Dan Hosack/Released)

Amazing photos taken by a Marine with his iPhone in Afghanistan. Photo from [Basetrack.org]. Gripping Images...

Amazing photos taken by a Marine with his iPhone in Afghanistan. Photo from [Basetrack.org]. Gripping Images...

Lance Cpl. Paul Maxinoski, a scout sniper with 1st Battalion, 1st Marines, peers through the optic of M4 rifle with sound suppressor on a tripod in Trek Nawa, Afghanistan

Lance Cpl. Paul Maxinoski, a scout sniper with 1st Battalion, 1st Marines, peers through the optic of M4 rifle with sound suppressor on a tripod in Trek Nawa, Afghanistan

Destroyed Track Nasiriyah 3-23-03

Destroyed Track Nasiriyah 3-23-03

Marines apply a tourniquet and pressure dressing to Woodstock, Ga., native, Lance Cpl. Jeffrey Cole (center) after he was shot twice in the left arm. This photo was taken during a firefight in Marjah Afghanistan after a patrol came under fire from enemy insurgents. Six of the 10 service members on the patrol were wounded, yet Cole continued to provide suppressing fire toward enemy positions to ensure the safety of his fellow Marines.

Marines apply a tourniquet and pressure dressing to Woodstock, Ga., native, Lance Cpl. Jeffrey Cole (center) after he was shot twice in the left arm. This photo was taken during a firefight in Marjah Afghanistan after a patrol came under fire from enemy insurgents. Six of the 10 service members on the patrol were wounded, yet Cole continued to provide suppressing fire toward enemy positions to ensure the safety of his fellow Marines.

Irish Giant  This photo of a 'fossilized Irish giant' was taken at a London rail depot & appeared in the 12/1895 issue of Strand Mag. The giant was found by a Mr Dyer while looking for iron ore in County Antrim. It was 12' 2" (3.71 m) tall, weighed 2 tonnes & had 6 toes on its right foot. After a showing inDublin, it came to  liverpool & Manchester England, attracting all kinds. After a legal dispute over ownership, nothing more appears to have been heard or seen of the exhibit.

Irish Giant This photo of a 'fossilized Irish giant' was taken at a London rail depot & appeared in the 12/1895 issue of Strand Mag. The giant was found by a Mr Dyer while looking for iron ore in County Antrim. It was 12' 2" (3.71 m) tall, weighed 2 tonnes & had 6 toes on its right foot. After a showing inDublin, it came to liverpool & Manchester England, attracting all kinds. After a legal dispute over ownership, nothing more appears to have been heard or seen of the exhibit.

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