I found some stuff while drifting on the ether today. There is a Facebook page called SEALS of Honor. It is dedicated by a family member of a SEAL that died in the line of duty. Some of the pictures or quotes came from there and some I had lying about. I think these would make some great motivational posters like you see in an office hanging on the wall.
The terrorists have won the coin toss and the US has elected to send in the SEALs
A dog tag found in the wreckage of a helicopter shot down during Operation Red Wings, where 19 troops died on June 28, 2005
The sheep are a quiet lot that mind their own business keeping together eating not paying much attention to the world around them. No one is really in charge and they just stick together. They are comfortable with the status quo and are content to wander over the fields feeding as they go.
Then there is the wolf. He cares little for the status quo and wants to mix things up. He is not involved in anything other than the business of the sheep. The traditional predator prey relationship. Where as the sheep have their eyes on the side of their head preventing any depth of field, the wolf has his eyes in front to keep his focus on the matter at hand...his next meal. They are cautious when approaching the sheep for they know the watchdog is near. They do not want to encounter the sheepdog that could ruin their plan.
Enter the sheepdog. The sheepdog is working. He is well trained and motivated to do his job well. He pays attention to the sheep ensuring they don't wander far. He pays attention to keep one from wandering off on his own oblivious to the dangers they face. Yet the sheepdog asks for nothing in return, he is simply doing his job.~ SEAL of Honor website
Anything worth shooting is worth shooting twice. Ammo is cheap. Life is expensive