Veteran’s day movie

This (more or less) is how the Bloody Bucket ( Keystone Division, Iron Division, 28th Infantry Division) got its name.

Yes, like so many of the really good designators of American units, Bloody Bucket came from the Germans.

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5 Responses to Veteran’s day movie

  1. the unit says:

    Just wasn’t my day to watch a movie. But I will come back and watch soon.
    However I was reading yesterday about insignias. If what I read is correct, there are muslims that believe even the crescent moon and star is idolatry.

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    • NEO says:

      Could be, I don’t know (or really care). But there are a lot of them that need to find out what the muzzle of an M-16 is for.

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      • the unit says:

        For. Dispensing that precious metal…lead, by those who know where to deposit for fullest investment and rewards.

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        • NEO says:

          Watching the BBC tonight, it sounds like maybe the French (Yeah, the French!) may have figured it out. Good size air raid they pulled off tonight on ISIS.

          But it’s going to take men with rifles to complete the job.

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        • the unit says:

          That good sized air raid was in the no go zones in Paris and other France muslim enclave places? No. I didn’t think so. Ok bomb Syria and drive more north to Germany and France.
          On a dry winter day at grammar school, we could stack a few blades of grass and with a pocket magnifying glass start a fire. Sort of off thread, getting late. Anyway my terrorist tendencies prior to profession of faith in Christ as Savior, U.S constitutionalist, and Armed Services oath taking veteran to support and protect it.
          PS still have a magnifying glass and other means as well. Also knew how to give a classmate a hot foot. 🙂

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