I Am Just Sorry For Myself:
Those Were The Good Old Daze!
Had To Update & Re-Post.
I Forgot To Drop In The Navy Hymn.
I Am Such A Moron!—Fixed Now.
Time For Chow! On Today’s Menu:
“I Fukkin’ LOVE MY NAVY!
I Always Shall.
I Fukkin’ Love My Military
Three Generation Family History!
I Fukkin’ Love My Country!
I Fukkin’ Love My America!”
I am a Patriotic Son-of-A Bitch!
Wanna Fight? Bring Your Big Guns–
You Will Need Them!
Little River Band – Reminiscing (1978)
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“Who’s running The Country?”
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It’s Not Just For Breakfast Anymore!
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I feel so honored to have been allowed to serve on two ships in two war zones and given the opportunity to attend SEAL training, even though I did not measure up, at least I showed up.
Naval Academy Glee Club Tribute to Pearl Harbor
The Navy Hymn
Credit: USNA Music Department
My Navy has such a rich and proud and honourable history!
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Anchors Aweigh My Boys!
Drink To The Foam!
Anchors Aweigh, my boys,
Farewell to foreign shores,
We sail at break of day-ay-ay-ay.
Through our last night ashore,
Drink to the foam,
Until we meet once more.
Here’s wishing you a happy voyage home.
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Thank You Navy For Your Way Over 200 Years of Service To Our Great Nation!
“It follows then as certain as that night succeeds the day, that without a decisive naval force we can do nothing definitive, and with it, everything honorable and glorious.”
— George Washington 15 November 1781, to Marquis de Lafayette
“Would to Heaven we had a navy able to reform those enemies to mankind or crush them into non-existence.“
— George Washington 15 August 1786, to Marquis de Lafayette
“Naval power . . . is the natural defense of the United States.”
— John Adams
“I Have Not Yet Begun to Fight.”
–John Paul Jones
And Of Course
WP is So fukked up
Once Agaiane thye screw’d my ediT
Who Work For The NAVY!
And Fuck the Army!
Ground – Pounders!
They Do Provide A Useful Service,
Although I Have Not Figured It Out Yet
Muzak was the invention of Major General George O. Squier, the U.S. Army’s Chief Signal Officer during World War I. … In 1934, he founded his company, Wired Radio Inc.; inspired by the sound of another successful company called “Kodak,” he later named it “Muzak.”
The Battle Hymn of the Republic:
US Military Songs: United States Armed Forces Medley:
Cred for Vid: Ian Berwick
Very Brave Men
Navy’s Finest Day!
But There Will Be More
For My Navy
Just to Keep it Real