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 on: 18 March 2019, 16:09:32 
Started by stoffel - Last post by stoffel

It was a question of time when we would get hit by serious terrorism.
Today at 10.45 a Turkish man opened fire at innocent people inside a tram.
He left 3 dead and 6 wounded, 3 of them seriously. One of the severe wounded (man aged 74) died at the 28th making him the 4th deadly casualty.
The deadly victims are a 19 year old girl, a man aged 29 and a man aged 49. A Soccertrainer and father of 3 children.
After his cowardly act the killer fled in a red Clio.
Police reacted quickley, soon the car was found and secured and a house (probably the suspects) was searched.
He was arrested by the police around 18.00 after they tracked him down when he wired money from his bank account using a friends phone.
2 brothers were arrested but have been released by now, a 3rd suspect is still in custody.
Its not clear why they have been arrested but they might have helped the killer in some way.
All activities for the coming elections have been postponed for the day.
Security level rose to 5, which is the highest level.

At several places railway stations, mosques and schools have extra security.

 on: 27 March 2019, 14:59:07 
Started by stoffel - Last post by stoffel
In Vienna, police arrested a 42 year old Iraqi citizen on suspicion of terrorism in Germany
The man living in Vienna over 20 years and has Daesh symphaties.
He is suspected of 3 sabotage attempts at the German high speed rail network.
In octobre last year he hung a steel cable over the rails between Munich and Nurnberg.
In December 18 he destroyed a part of the electric cables around Berlin.
And his last attempt was in februari when he laid concrete blocks on the rails at Dortmund.
All sabotage acts were discovered on time an nobody was hurt.
He was caught because the Daesh writings lead the police to him.


 on: 15 March 2019, 17:50:06 
Started by stoffel - Last post by stoffel
An attack today in a mosque at Christchurch left 60 people wounded and 49 dead.
The man responsible is a 28 year old Australian, supposedly inspired by Anders breivik..
He also attached explosives on vehicles, but these were disarmed by the local EOD.
After the mosque shooting the man drove off and shot pedestrians on his way.
On the vest he wore were names of Australians who fought against the Ottoman empire.
He also had a camera on his helmet that recorded the shootings.
He left a manifest on internet claiming the responsibility.
He is supposed to be a member of a right wing based group.
The police also arrested two other men and a woman, but their involvement isnt clear jet.
President Adern spoke of a terrible attack.

Another useles attack in a long row of terrorist acts, violence is no way to express your feelings or to enforce your views onto others!

 on: 11 March 2019, 17:47:49 
Started by stoffel - Last post by stoffel
In Heerlen police arrested a man who was armed with 2 knives and an axe.
His target was PVV frontman Wilders.
The police made no comments of the mans nationality, age or where he came from.
As usual the report mentioned the suspect was a disturbed man ( normal police slang for a terrorist)
He was recognized as a potential threath by police scouts.

 on: 11 March 2019, 17:44:50 
Started by stoffel - Last post by stoffel
In december last year an 18 year old man was arrested in Amsterdam on charges of terrorism.
He wanted to kill Amsterdam scholars.
He had several weapons in his posession and tried to get his hands on firearms.
On his phone and pc the police found pictures and films about recent terrorattacks.

 on: 6 March 2019, 16:12:52 
Started by stoffel - Last post by stoffel
Today a prisoner attacked his guards in a prison in Northern france with a knive.
The incident took place in a visitorroom, the perps wife was also there.
Investigatoirs think she smuggled the knife with her.
After the attack the man barricaded himself with his wife in the room.
A police swat team attacked them killing his wife and injuring the man.

Its classified as a terrorist acht because the man shouted the all to famous Allah Akbar.
He has been in contact with Cherif Chekatt ( responsible for the terror attack in Strassbourg) before being radicalized.
Another example that such terrorists should not be locked up but killed where they are.

 on: 6 March 2019, 16:08:36 
Started by stoffel - Last post by stoffel
Explosive devices found in UK,

The bombs were found at Heathrow, London City Airport and Waterloo station with one bursting into flames when opened at Heathrow.
Many personell on the railwaystation and airport were initially evacuated.
The bombs were posted from Ireland and chad Irish love stamps on them.
All the bombs were posted in A4-sized postal packages containing yellow Jiffy bags.
Police say all the devices were capable of igniting when opened.
The packages had a handwritten Dublin return address on them and two had An Post Valentine's Day 'Love Eire' stamps, which were issued in 2018.
Police launched an investigation.
Sources claim that allready a man has been identified as the writer.

 on: 28 January 2019, 16:19:28 
Started by stoffel - Last post by stoffel


Burden of Command :: Never Let Your Guard Down

10 August, 1943 Outskirts of Messina, Italy Your company advances.
For once, there is no enemy contact.
Looks like your lucky day.


But then... https://steamcdn-a.akamaihd.net/steamcommunity/public/images/clans/33420403/ea2c7105dde2744c2d43181a44c4ec774cc2add3.jpg

You are in command, Captain. What are your orders?

 on: 20 January 2019, 14:24:49 
Started by stoffel - Last post by stoffel
Recent news!

Lee Ermey will be buried on the Arlington cemetary.
I hope he will be hounoured with a special place and an honourfull service.

 on: 8 January 2019, 11:26:17 
Started by stoffel - Last post by stoffel
Market Garden Veterans Association,

RIP Hero of the Waal Crossing T. Moffatt Burriss

We are sad to announce the passing of one of 'our' veterans.

Thomas Moffatt Burriss, a former Columbia area contractor, Republican state lawmaker and American World War II battlefield hero, died Friday the 4th of January 2019. He was 99.
Burriss, who was known as a humble man with a good sense of humor, served as a paratrooper in the U.S. Army from 1942 to 1945 and participated in some of that war’s heaviest fighting, notably “Operation Market Garden” in the Netherlands.
That 1944 mission made massive use of U.S. and British airborne troops, whose mission it was to capture bridges deep inside Nazi-controlled territory and hold them until Allied ground troops could reach them. Burriss was in the lead elements of the American paratrooper forces, which saw in that operation some of the heaviest fighting of the war.
His and others’ roles in that operation were featured in the movie, “A Bridge Too Far.” Actor Robert Redford played a composite of Burriss and other 82nd Airborne soldiers.
Burriss wrote a book about his exploits called “Strike and Hold.”
The veteran also served as a representative in the South Carolina State House from 1977 to 1992 representing Richland County.
The people of Nijmegen (the Netherlands) will always rememeber him as one of their liberators.

Rest easy soldier!

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