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  1. Pretty hard to be combat warriors when they weren’t allowed to be so.
  2. Nicky Hayden - the last American MOTOGP champion. A true gentleman racer. Always a class act and never talked bad about his peers. Ever gracious with his fans. I met him at California Speedway back in summer of 2006 or 2007 when he was there supporting his brother Tommy Hayden racing that weekend. He got treated like dirt by Honda even though he won a championship for them. Then he raced for years on a non-competitive Ducati. Nonetheless Ducati was appreciative enough to honor him with a Nicky Hayden limited edition bike The much more famous Ducati champions and superior riders like Casey Stoner, Valentino Rossi and Jorge Lorenzo never got a tribute bike model from Ducati. Hey the early 2000s was twenty years ago ,vintage enough for me
  3. King Kenny. The first American MOTOGP champion.
  4. Giacomo Agostini. The Man, the Myth, the Legend.
  5. They’re both objet d’art and tool. Just because something is well made and aesthetically pleasing doesn’t mean that it can’t be used as a functional tool as well. Im not going to take my Randall knives to the boonies because I have other knives that I can use for the same purpose. However if SHTF and the first blade that I can grab is one of my Randalls then I know for sure that it can perform the task it was made for with aplomb.
  6. I don’t know if the training was a watered down or not. I wasn’t there to see…as all of the naysayers.
  7. I’m sure that she had passed whatever physical requirements that a Special Warfare Combat Craft crewman was required to pass.
  8. Who is this “we”? You wearing an active duty uniform? Or me on active duty?
  9. Why don’t you ask her SWCC instructors, evaluators and peers whether or not she’s capable? Im all for her passing the school and serving with her peers if she’s capable. If not, things get a way of showing real quick. I know plenty of dudes back in the days passed the Q-course and training but quit the special forces groups after a few years of services to go back to the conventional Army. Just like plenty of dudes who were all gung-ho infantry then re-enlisted into a less demanding MOS
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