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Warrior Wednesday

WARRIOR WEDNESDAY: LTC MATT "THE GHOST" URBAN | The Musa Store

WARRIOR WEDNESDAY: LTC MATT "THE GHOST" URBAN

During the battle of Saint-Lô, Urban directed the men of his company while limping around with a cane. He pulled a wounded driver out of a Sherman tank before it exploded. He located another American tank which was still operable, but its turret gunner had been wounded. Urban crawled alongside the tank and was able to get into it and man the tank turret under fire. He ordered the tank driver to advance in high gear, and as the tank ripped towards the nazi fucks like a scene in Fury, Urban fired away on his Machine Gun at Anti Tank emplacements. This rallied the Battalion behind Urban into the valley in a unified assault while Urban destroyed more machine gun positions and the US overran the Germans lines with intense hand-to-hand & bayonet fighting. 
WARRIOR WEDNESDAY: Sergeant First Class Alwyn Cashe | The Musa Store
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WARRIOR WEDNESDAY: Sergeant First Class Alwyn Cashe

For those who don't know...THREE. That's how many times Sergeant First Class Alwyn C. Cashe entered the burning carcass of his Bradley Fighting Vehicle after it struck a victim initiated improvised explosive device in the Iraqi province of Salahuddin on Oct. 17, 2005.  Cashe, a 35-year-old Gulf War vet on his second combat deployment to Iraq since the 2003 invasion, had been in the gun turret when the IED went off below the vehicle, immediately killing the squad's translator and rupturing the fuel cell. By the time the Bradley rolled to a stop, it was fully engulfed in flames. The crackle of incoming gunfire followed. It was a complex ambush.
WARRIOR WEDNESDAY: ROOFTOP KOREANS | The Musa Store

WARRIOR WEDNESDAY: ROOFTOP KOREANS

These days the term "Rooftop Korean" has become incredibly ubiquitous, especially during times of social unrest. A question we get often is, "do you have to be Korean to be a Rooftop Korean?" To that, our answer is unequivocally a big "NO." The term "Rooftop Korean" is a mindset that you are your first responder; when the system breaks and no one is coming to help, are you willing to fight self-doubt and fear to take up arms and protect yourself and your livelihood? If so, you are a Rooftop Korean. We checked with the Korean delegation and we have received approval: WE ARE ALL ROOFTOP KOREANS!!
WARRIOR WEDNESDAY: Rafal Gan-Ganowicz | The Musa Store
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WARRIOR WEDNESDAY: Rafal Gan-Ganowicz

Most famously, a reporter once asked Ganowicz what it felt like to kill a human being. 

He replied: “I wouldn’t know, I’ve only ever killed Communists” 

WARRIOR WEDNESDAY: Master Sergeant Jerry "Mad Dog" Shriver | The Musa Store

WARRIOR WEDNESDAY: Master Sergeant Jerry "Mad Dog" Shriver

In one engagement where his small team was encircled by waves of NVA soldiers Shriver contacted his leadership with what would become one of the most famous radio transmissions of the war: No, no...I've got 'em right where I want 'em - surrounded from the inside."