The Warriors That Keep Us Free

The people, photos and illustrations on this page and on the headers of the other pages are of no particular affiliation to my services. I’m dedicating this page to those who inspire us through their professionalism, courage and sacrifice. This is for those who are serving in all of our US military, LE agencies, SAR units, EMS’s and PMC deployments…the photos illustrate our authentic “real world” warriors and life-savers conducting their heroic duties and training so that we remain free.

“The heart of the Warrior is a protective heart. The Warrior shields, defends, stands between, and guards…He invests himself in “the energy of self-disciplined, aggressive action.” By Warrior I do not mean one who loves war or draws sadistic pleasure from fighting or bloodshed. There is a difference between a warrior and a brute. A warrior is a protector…Men stand tallest when they are protecting and defending.”
-Stu Weber

Marines assist with security for the building of an Afghan Local Police checkpoint

MARSOC provides over watch for ANASF assisting with Local Police checkpointANASF and MARSOC assist with registration for Afghan Local Police

MARSOC provides over watch for ANASF assisting with Local Police checkpointMARSOC conducts VBSS training with 160th SOARNight FireMARSOC conducts VBSS training with 160th SOAR

 

A 160th SOAR

SF 2012 Snow

SF Afghan 2012

Special Forces Master Mounatineering Course students hike into Rocky Mountain National Park in order to conduct the course’s first overnight training exercise Feb 23 in Estes Park, Co.

Special Forces Master Mountaineering Course students (below) watch their instructor’s ice-climbing techniques during a training exercise Feb. 22 at rocky Mountain National Park in Estes Park, Co.

A Special Forces 2012 Mountaineering Training

A Special Forces Master Mountaineering Course student begins to climb an icy cliff using ice picks and crampons during a training exercise Feb. 22 at Rocky Mountain National Park in Estes Park, Co.

A Special Forces Master Mountaineering Course instructor, armed with carabiners and rope, teaches students to determine the likelihood of an avalanche during a training exercise Feb. 21 at Rocky Mountain National Park in Estes Park, Co.

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