combat-trained love

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  • “Meanwhile the Nordlands are invading with their combat-trained army, but never you mind, just sit there and read a book.”

    KNIGHTLEY ACADEMY

  • “Meanwhile the Nordlands are invading with their combat-trained army, but never you mind, just sit there and read a book.”

    KNIGHTLEY ACADEMY

  • You can always manage the smaller stuff with the same basic support structure and combat-trained operators.

    QDR Scorecard | ATTACKERMAN

  • But, you know, a 5'6 priest can be awfully threatening to a tall, 'roided-up, combat-trained military type.

    That's what happens when you start seeing "terrorists" everywhere.

  • Stories had it that Randy Weaver was a combat-trained Vietnam veteran who might have booby-trapped his mountain with bombs and grenades.

    'Every Knee Shall Bow'

  • That act of 1878 prevented the use of federal troops as law enforcement, the use of combat-trained soldiers against the people of this country, as military action per se.

    New Homeland Assault Force

  • PILGRIM: Technical Sergeant Lock is one of 40 combat-trained photographers jointly deployed by the air force and Marine Corps to Iraq and just the second person to become a three-time winner of the military photographer-of-the-year award.

    CNN Transcript Dec 21, 2007

  • But some in the party became visibly uncomfortable when this father of four combat-trained sons suggested, with apparent grim elation, that one might very well be wounded or possibly even killed in the righteous cause of patriotism.

    Sands of Empire

  • But some in the party became visibly uncomfortable when this father of four combat-trained sons suggested, with apparent grim elation, that one might very well be wounded or possibly even killed in the righteous cause of patriotism.

    Sands of Empire

  • But some in the party became visibly uncomfortable when this father of four combat-trained sons suggested, with apparent grim elation, that one might very well be wounded or possibly even killed in the righteous cause of patriotism.

    Sands of Empire

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