What you are about to hear is an Imam praying curses over our murdered military heroes. Seal Team Six Heroes and Army Air Guard who died serving our nation. Most of these soldiers were Christian. Our US Military, headed by Commander In Chief Obama, sent this imam to pray over these soldiers for their military funeral. It appears to be a purposed desecration by our Islamic enemies within this nation and without. If you are a believer, please pray for the protection of our great US of A and all those military men and women who protect her. Stay alert and stay tuned here for further updates on this breaking story.
Let us review history. Going back to August 7th, 2011 in an article written by By Joe Pappalard it reads: “The loss of a Chinook helicopter carrying members of Navy SEAL Team Six made yesterday the deadliest single day in the entire Afghan War for the U.S. Here are the three most pressing questions that need to be answered after this attack.” Ray Rivera, Alissa J. Rubin and Thom Shanker of the New York Times wrote in another article on the day of the attack about the helicopter crash which killed thirty Americans including the Navy SEAL Team IV crew and Army National Guardsman, “Copter Downed by Taliban Fire: Elite U.S. Unite Among Dead.”
Notice: All Patriots: There was a Press Conference Hosted by Freedom Watch at The National Press Club earlier yesterday May 9th, 2013.
Purpose: To allow the Navy SEAL Team VI families, specifically “Three families of Navy SEAL Team VI special forces servicemen, along with one family of an Army National Guardsman” to reveal the governments culpability in each of their sons deaths via a fatal helicopter crash which occurred in Afghanistan following their successful raid on Osama Bin Laden’s compound. There were many other families of fallen heroes that wanted to attend the press conference but were unable to. Please consider supporting this wonderful political advocacy group that “walks the talk” whenever and wherever it is possible to protect the Freedoms of our United States Troops & US Citizens. Donate to Freedom Watch as you are able. Please see reporting of the original story of the unusual helicopter crash occurrence and why by Popular Mechanics below -PBN
(Washington, D.C.) Three families of Navy SEAL Team VI special forces servicemen, along with one family of an Army National Guardsman, will appear at a press conference on May 9, 2013, to disclose never before revealed information about how and why their sons along with 26 others died in a fatal helicopter crash in Afghanistan on August 6, 2011, just a few months after the successful raid on the compound of Osama Bin Laden that resulted in the master terrorist’s death.
Accompanying the families of these dead Navy SEAL Team VI special operations servicemen will be retired military experts verifying their accounts of how and why the government is as much responsible for the deaths of their sons as is the Taliban.
The areas of inquiry at the press conference will include but not be limited to:
How President Obama and Vice President Biden, having disclosed on May 4, 2011, that Navy Seal Team VI carried out the successful raid on Bin Laden’s compound resulting in the master terrorist’s death, put a retaliatory target on the backs of the fallen heroes.
How and why high-level military officials sent these Navy SEAL Team VI heroes into battle without special operations aviation and proper air support.
How and why middle level military brass carries out too many ill-prepared missions to boost their standing with top-level military brass and the Commander-in-Chief in order that they can be promoted.
How the military restricts special operations servicemen and others from engaging in timely return fire when fired upon by the Taliban and other terrorist groups and interests, thus jeopardizing the servicemen’s lives.
How and why the denial of requested pre-assault fire may have contributed to the shoot down of the Navy SEAL Team VI helicopter and the death of these special operations servicemen.
How Afghani forces accompanying the Navy SEAL Team VI servicemen on the helicopter were not properly vetted and how they possibly disclosed classified information to the Taliban about the mission, resulting in the shoot down of the helicopter.
How military brass, while prohibiting any mention of a Judeo-Christian God, invited a Muslim cleric to the funeral for the fallen Navy SEAL Team VI heroes who disparaged in Arabic the memory of these servicemen by damning them as infidels to Allah. A video of the Muslim cleric’s “prayer” will be shown with a certified translation.
“This press conference takes on special significance given that our government has over the last twelve years since September 11 committed brave American servicemen to wars in Iraq and Afghanistan which, in large part as a result of politics, were poorly conceived of and implemented, resulting in the deaths of thousands and the maiming of tens of thousands of our brave heroes. To make matters even worse, America has effectively lost these wars,” stated Larry Klayman, legal counsel for the families.
DATE: MAY 9, 2013
PLACE: NATIONAL PRESS CLUB (HOLEMAN LOUNGE)
529 14th Street, N.W., Washington, D.C. 20045
TIME: 10 AM – 11 AM
For more information, contact Freedom Watch at firstname.lastname@example.org or Tel: 424 274 2579
Source: Freedom Watch
The loss of a helicopter carrying more than 20 U.S. special forces and as many as 8 other U.S. military service members is an unprecedented one in this war. The United States Naval Special Warfare Development Group (DevGru)—better known by its former name, Team 6-reportedly suffered the bulk of the casualties. The incident comes just months after DevGru’s raid that killed Osama bin Laden.
Information about the incident is still trickling in, but these are a few of the most important questions in the immediate aftermath.
Will special forces be put in greater danger during the drawdown of U.S. troops in Afghanistan?
Special Forces are expected to keep the pressure on the Taliban, working closely with Afghan forces to maintain control as U.S and Coalition troops depart. That means more raids, more targets and more reliance on Afghan competence—all of which add up to more special forces casualties.
This incident could be a sign of things to come: The crash happened in Tanji, where the U.S. closed a combat outpost in April. However, the AP has reported, the Afghan forces never staffed the outpost after American forces left, and the Taliban moved back in. That left it to Navy SEALs to undertake a dangerous raid in a notorious insurgent area to stem the Taliban’s advance. As more responsibilities fall on the shoulders of special forces, the risk of more losses like this one will continue to increase.
Was the helicopter shot down, as is being widely reported? And if so, what shot it down?
The Associated Press is reporting that a rocket attack took down the Chinook (probably a MH-47) , quoting an unnamed source in Washington D.C., but this has yet to be confirmed officially. The Taliban, of course, has taken credit, saying it shot down the helo during a special forces raid on a home.
For now, let’s assume the Chinook was shot down, and by a rocket. Chinooks are American forces’ preferred helicopters in Afghanistan because they are powerful enough fly over mountains while carrying a full complement of troops. They are also pretty tough; the only comparable loss to this one was a Chinook shot down in 2005. But Chinooks are at their most vulnerable while hovering in place during raids like the one this team is thought to have been conducting. They have to slow down to land or allow troops to rappel to the ground. However, it would be a very lucky shot to hit a moving Chinook with an RPG and they typically fly high to avoid such dangers as well as small arms fire.
But what if it was a more advanced missile? Insurgents in Iraq have used Russian-made SA-7s, shoulder-fired missiles tipped with infrared homing devices, against U.S. and British aircraft. There are more sophisticated threats out there, such as the SA-16. These missiles add ultraviolet tracking to infrared seekers, making them less susceptible to the flares that Chinooks fire to try to throw incoming missiles off course. Are such missiles appearing in Afghanistan? There’s always the chance that Iran, which has them, or Pakistan, which conceivably could have bought some on the black market, supplied them to the Taliban.
It’s a scary thought. However, a shoot down does not necessarily mean insurgents have changed their tactics or hardware. In fact, Chinooks are better protected from newer, more sophisticated threats than from older, more crude ones. These helicopters have been well protected from long-range missile attacks for years, but still have few defenses against a simple RPG fired at short range while the Chinook hovers in place.
Was it a coincidence that SEAL Team Six was on board?
DevGru is an emblem of U.S. military power, known worldwide. This crash is incredibly demoralizing. Could an enemy have specifically targeted the U.S. special forces team that took down bin Laden? It’s certainly possible. Just last week the Afghans arrested an Army officer for aiding Taliban suicide bombers through checkpoints, and doing so under employ by Pakistan.
Special forces are very selective on who they partner with, but any collaboration with Afghans opens up U.S. Forces to the threat of spying. Several Afghans were on board and were killed, but trust is in short supply in Afghanistan. Add in the fact that more sophisticated foreign intelligence agents are on the ground, with signals intelligence assets and deep pockets, and you have a recipe for a plot.
But it’s just as plausible that the Taliban got lucky. Helicopter raids are dangerous and unpredictable. Not all will end as well as bin Laden’s takedown, as PM noted in July.
The U.S. Army knows the risks when it plans air assault operations in Afghanistan. Its planners and pilots must use whatever intelligence is available (which is usually pretty thin information, and comes from earlier attacks) to plan the flight route. To minimize the danger as much as possible, pilots will land Chinooks out of range of any weapons they know they enemy to have, and an Apache or a UAV will fly overhead to check for threats before the Chinooks drop off any soldiers. But special forces don’t get such a cushion: Because they can react more quickly, they undertake more dangerous missions; their risk tolerance is much, much higher. Special forces routinely use helicopters in raids on homes in Afghanistan. This time, they might simply have run out of luck and encountered an RPG-armed enemy who was in the right place at the right time.
Coincidence or not, any Chinook shoot-down is a coup for the Taliban. But the Team Six connection makes it a major symbolic victory for them.
Source: Popular Mechanics
Original Story published August 7, 2011 9:00 AM By Joe Pappalard
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