In the misty calm of the morning of 21st October 1805, three of Great Britain’s most powerful ships - Victory (100 guns), Temeraire (98) and Neptune (98) are seen under full sail, bearing down majestically on the enemy line off Cape Trafalgar. The colossal might of Victory, Temeraire and Neptune, combined firepower of 296 guns, is seen from the French and Spanish line as they close to deliver the famous “Heavyweight Punch”
Where are all those who were so outraged over Benghazi now? Why don’t you have anything to say about this soldier’s death? A death that, according to military officials, could’ve easily been avoided if Trump had taken more time to properly prepare.
Are you only quiet because you can’t blame Hillary?
A Navy Corpsman lifts the head of a wounded Marine to give him a sip of water from his canteen as other soldiers relax during a pause in fighting on Guam Island, in the Marianas, in August 1944 during World War II.