Posted July 19, 2016 9:00 am by Comments

By Tactical-Life


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<div data-cycle-hash="horse-soldier-monument" data-cycle-desc="Informally known as the Horse Soldier Monument, the life-and-a-half bronze statue, funded by an anonymous group of Wall Street bankers who lost friends and colleagues in the 9/11 attacks, sits in front of One World Trade Center. It is the first public monument dedicated to American Special Forces, many of whom became surprisingly adept in the saddle, even coming to appreciate the ability of horses to get them into terrain inaccessible to motorized vehicles." data-cycle-overlay-template="{{desc}}“>

<div data-cycle-hash="horses" data-cycle-desc="Despite not being prepared for this mode of transportation, Americans were required to ride on horseback while attached to the Northern Alliance General." data-cycle-overlay-template="{{desc}}“>At one point during the Task Force Dagger operations, Americans were required to ride horseback.

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Informally known as the Horse Soldier Monument, the life-and-a-half bronze statue, funded by an anonymous group of Wall Street bankers who lost friends and colleagues in the …Read the Rest

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