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    • How the world really sees the American Military...
      A few years ago a Frenchman wrote what the Americans were like from his experience in Afghanistan.
       
      His first point was that Americans are tall, often standing a head taller than their European counterparts. He noted that the Americans were very easy to pick out.
       
      Second, he stated that every military has that one person who is just a waste of air, the general screwup in the unit. However, with the Americans even the most screwed up guy is better trained than those of other forces.
       
      The average American is strong. Very strong. From his base of operations he claimed that the weakest American was stronger than the strongest soldier in the French units. If a unit was in trouble you prayed that an American unit took up the radio call for help. When American forces picked up the call their reply was "sit tight, we are coming to get you." There wasn't any logistic haggling until the Americans were fully committed to your rescue. They came regardless of what the situation was, In fact they wouldn't ask about specifics until they got close to your position and often knew the threats in the area before asking what problems you were having.
       
      He also realized one overwhelming fact. In all other forces, if an officer was killed you're taught to dig in and take a defensive position. Not the Americans. If an American officer is taken out of commission they go on the attack. He realized that American officers restrain the troops under their command, not for their protection but the enemy's. If you kill or injure an American officer, they are coming for you and very little will save you.
       
      Americans are very well organized.
      How do you become well organized? Well, first of all their military is heavily based on equal treatment. You don't become a colonel or an admiral because your uncle is the dictator's cousin or because you belong to the same tribe as the glorious leader. You don't become a pilot because your father was a pilot.

       
    • NEW - Units can now have custom pages
      We continue to strive for new and innovative features to assist you in the facilitation of your militias.
       
      We have recently given you all the opportunity to use our voice channels to schedule and hold online meetings, conferences or new member recruitment events. This has great potential to increase your reach. Please consider taking advantage of this in the future.
       
      Today we have launched "Custom Pages" for units... Now all group leaders can add custom pages to their units. This is a great opportunity to implement applications to join or add special custom pages related to your unit. 
       
      Don't forget you can also Mass Message all your members in seconds , sending them all the same message directly to their cell phones .. instantly! This is another feature that has huge implications related to scheduled events or SHTF situations.
       
      This is our platform we all work together to make this site what it is. We are proud to have you all among us and will continue to add to what we have here to provide you with everything you need to increase your effectiveness.
       
       
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    • “Free Fishing” Weekend is a slap in the face?
      So in OHIO you are suppose to have a fishing license to fish, and this weekend is free fishing weekend
       
      what a joke that is, is having to pay to fish is a violation of our constitutional rights? 
       
      people argue the money is used for conservation. 
       
      what are your thoughts?
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    • Top 10 Lesser-Known Patriots of the American Revolution
      Most of us are familiar with the famous personalities who were responsible for the creation of the United States of America. George Washington, Benjamin Franklin, Thomas Jefferson, John Adams, and Alexander Hamilton are recognized names around the world. Many biographies and books have been written on these individuals, but this article aims to highlight the contributions of those lesser-known people who were elemental in helping win the war and secure the freedoms we celebrate each Fourth of July.
       
      George Rogers Clark – George Rogers Clark was born on November 19, 1752, in Virginia. Clark had minimal formal education and was mostly homeschooled and self-taught. He worked as a surveyor in Kentucky and during the Revolutionary War served in the Virginia militia. Clark and his militiamen traveled through the frontier in harsh weather and hostile territory to capture British controlled towns of Kaskaskia and Vincennes. He marched across neck-deep, freezing waters of the Wabash River and used his wit to trick the British intoagreeing to an unconditional surrender. For this, Clark is often called the Father of the Old Northwest.
       
      Nathan Hale – Nathan Hale was a born on June 6, 1755, in Coventry, Connecticut. Hale was a teacher who became the first man to volunteer to work as a spy for the Americans. Hale disguised himself as a Dutch schoolmaster and entered the British camp to collect all pertinent information that would help the American cause.H ale was discovered and captured by the British, then hanged from an apple tree in Rutger’s Orchard in New York City. His body was on display for three days as an example to anyone who dared to defy the British.

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      If you would like a platform to perform a live voice chat in order to deliver your message let us know!
       
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      Post details about your live event and we will make you a room in our discord for the event. We will even advertise for you for free.
       
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      IF THIS IS POPULAR WE WILL ADD ADDITIONAL CHANNELS AT A LATER DATE
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