29.10.2020

High-res Saddam-A**-Kicking memories of First Gulf War

We came, we saw and we kicked Saddam’s f’n A**.

Between Operation Desert Shield/Storm, America faced the Earth’s 5th largest Army.

How quickly did we beat ‘em?

2 August 1990 – 28 February 1991
(6 months, 3 weeks and 5 days)

Iraq sent up every thing that they had. Photo above shows anti-aircraft guns firing on the opening day of the War. (not counting covert SEALs/AH-64 Apache missions)

But our pilots put never before seen or battle tested technology to the ultimate test.

This one’s for the work-horse weapons.

The weapons that have come and gone but damn if our troops didn’t luv them.

We got tons of supplies, weapons and man-power from point A to B.

And our Men and Women fought day-night and into the next day.

This high-res gallery is for those who Served in the First Gulf War.

Everyone over 35-years old remembers the fast victory.

Over the years, it’s almost become a laughing thought.

But it was scary. Like biological weapons scary.

Yeah, it was the Hell that is War.

That being said…

…G-D, we rolled that bobble-head Saddam.

“Don’t wake a sleeping Dragon”

Because ol’ American mutts ain’t afraid to go into the fire of Harm’s Way.

Not to be left-out,
Thank you to our Allies who fought side-by-side with us too.

…and our bad-A hard working guys still battling in the Middle East.

“Thank You”
For all of us here at theChive.
-Rick

To our past and present, “Thank You”
For all of us here at theChive.
-Rick

Operation Desert Shield (2 August 1990 – 17 January 1991)
Operation Desert Storm (17 January 1991 – 28 February 1991)
292 U.S. and Allied humans lost their lives.
History will remember the First Gulf War.

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