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Joster Fleur Daily Cupcake Flower Vase, Lavender
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- Create a perfect cupcake-shaped posy with this inventive flower vase from joster
- Constructed of flexible eva plastic, anti-bacterial properties extend flower life, reusable and recyclable
- Placement holes in the top make arranging easy and perfect every time, works with any flowers with stems cut to a few inch
- Perfect for parties, weddings, bridal and baby showers, birthdays, mother's day and more
- Flexes open at top for easy filling and cleaning, measures 4-inch in diameter by 4-inch tall
Munchkin Protect Click Lock Metal Safety Baby Gate With Tripguard
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- The Protect Click Lock Metal Safety Gate with TripGuard by Munchkin combines sleek styling with the latest in safety gate technology. The patent-pending floor bar design is 50% lower than the standard safety gate, which means less chance of tripping as you pass through. This exclusive gate features a contoured slim line handle that clicks so you know your gate is securely locked. The safety gate also features lots of other safeguards; superior powerframe to keep the gate securely in place, a door that swings in both directions with an extra-wide walkthrough for easy in and out access and a third lock at the base of the gate so you can choose which way your gate opens. Approved for use at the top of stairs, bottom of stairs and doorways, this pressure mounted gate fits openings 29.5"-40.5" wide and is 30" tall. Unique Protect Locking Wheels make installation easy. For use with children 6-24 months.
Gorgeous Gray 2 Go Shampoo
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- Solid so you can avoid the all too often invasive airport inspection.
- Contains rosemary and lavender to calm you during your travels.
- Can be used by men and women of all ages--natural or color-treated hair..
- Great for outdoor enthusiasts--hikers and campers.
- Al natural ingredients--fabulous fresh fragrance.
North States Deluxe Decor Baby/Pet Metal Gate - Matte Bronze | 4934 (2-Pack)
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- Control the size of the play area for your kids and pets; Durable, heavy-duty metal construction
- Arched gate is an extra-wide 25.5" wide; Features auto-close (can also be switched to stay open if desired)
- Child-proof latch with easy one-hand operation; Hardware mounts can be mounted on straight or angled walls
- Entire barrier swings open on both sides with child safety latches on each side
- Offer is for TWO North States Deluxe Decor Gate
Munchkin Protect Push N' Shut Metal Safety Baby Gate
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- The Protect Push N' Shut Metal Safety Gate by Munchkin combines sleek, modern styling and an easy-to-use locking mechanism; simply push the gate and it locks securely behind you. This exclusive gate is equipped with the latest in safety gate technology; a superior powerframe to keep the gate securely in place, a door that swings open in both directions with an extra-wide walkthrough for easy in and out access and a third lock at the base of the gate so you can choose which way your gate opens. Approved for use at the top of stairs, bottom of stairs and doorways, this pressure mounted gate fits openings 29.5"-35" wide and is 29.5" tall. Unique Protect Locking Wheels make installation easy.
Norton Utilities 8.0 (Mac)
- Maximizes PC performance; all components Mac OS X native
- Finds and repairs disk problems at the click of a button
- Alerts to potential problems before they cause trouble
- Rebuilds damaged disks; helps identify and recover vital files
- Defragments and organizes files; permanently removes sensitive info
Battle Of Mogadishu 1993 - Somalia - 10Th Infantry Mountain Division, 3-75 Rangers, Us Navy Seals, 160Th Soar, Us Army Special Forces (Delta Force) - Black Hawk Down Embroidered Patch
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- Task Force Ranger-which consisted of an assault force made up of U.S. Army Delta Force operators, Army Rangers, Air Force Pararescuemen, Air Force Combat Controllers, four Navy SEALs from the Naval Special Warfare Development Group, and an air element provided by the 160th Special Operations Aviation Regiment-under Major General William F. Garrison's command executed an operation that involved traveling from their compound on the city's outskirts to the center with the aim of capturing the leaders of the Habr Gidr clan, led by warlord Mohamed Farrah Aidid. The assault force consisted of nineteen aircraft, twelve vehicles (including nine Humvees), and 160 men.
- The Battle of Mogadishu, more commonly referred to as Black Hawk Down or, locally, as the Day of the Rangers (Somali: Maalintii Rangers), was part of Operation Gothic Serpent and was fought on 3 and 4 October 1993, in Mogadishu, Somalia, between forces of the United States supported by UNOSOM II, and Somali militiamen loyal to the self-proclaimed president-to-be Mohamed Farrah Aidid who had support from armed civilian fighters. A U.S. Army force in Mogadishu, consisting primarily of U.S. Army Rangers from Bravo Company, 3rd Battalion, 75th Ranger Regiment; C Squadron, 1st Special Forces Operational Detachment-Delta (1st SFOD-D), better known as "Delta Force"; as well as Air Force Combat Controllers and Air Force Pararescuemen and helicopters from 1st Battalion, 160th Special Operations Aviation Regiment, attempted to seize two of Aidid's high-echelon lieutenants during a meeting in the city. Shortly after the assault began, Somali militia and armed civilian fighters shot down two UH-60 Black Hawk helicopters. The subsequent operation to secure and recover the crews of both helicopters drew the raid, intended to last no more than an hour, into an overnight standoff in the city. The battle resulted in 18 deaths, 80 wounded, and one helicopter pilot captured among the U.S. raid party and rescue forces. One Pakistani soldier and one Malaysian soldier were killed as part of the rescue forces. American sources estimate between 1,500 and 3,000 Somali casualties, including civilians; SNA forces claim only 315 killed, with 812 wounded. The battle is now referred to as the First Battle of Mogadishu to distinguish it from the Second Battle of Mogadishu of 2006.
- Ranger Patch for Ranger Qualified Veterans and Others - Ranger Training began in September 1950 at Fort Benning Georgia "with the formation and training of 17 Airborne Companies by the Ranger Training Command". The first class graduated from Ranger training in November 1950." The United States Army's Infantry School officially established the Ranger Department in December 1951. Under the Ranger Department, the first Ranger School Class was conducted in January-March 1952, with a graduation date of 1 March 1952. Its duration was 59 days. At the time, Ranger training was voluntary. In 1966, a panel headed by General Ralph E. Haines, Jr. recommended making Ranger training mandatory for all Regular Army officers upon commissioning. "On 16 August 1966, the Chief of Staff of the Army, General Harold K. Johnson, directed it so." This policy was implemented in July 1967. It was rescinded on 21 June 1972 by General William Westmoreland. Once again, Ranger training was voluntary. In August 1987, the Ranger Department was split from the Infantry School and the Ranger Training Brigade was established. The Ranger Companies that made up the Ranger Department became the current training units-the 4th, 5th and 6th Ranger Training Battalions. These units conduct the United States Army's Ranger School at various locations at Fort Benning, Georgia, Camp Frank Merrill, near Dahlonega, Georgia, and Camp James Rudder at Eglin Air Force Base's Auxiliary Field No. 6, in Florida. As of 2011, the school is 61 days in duration.
- There is some dispute over the use of the word "Ranger." According to John Lock, The problems of the Ranger Tab and indeed Ranger history is in large part caused by the lack of a clear-cut definition of who is a Ranger. The Ranger Department, the Infantry School, and Department of the Army have in the past carelessly accepted the definition of a Ranger unit to include the use of terms 'Ranger-type' and 'Units like Rangers,' and 'Special Mission Units.' In his book Raiders or Elite Infantry, David Hogan of the Center for Military History writes that 'By the time of the formation of LRRP units..., Ranger had become a term of legendary connotations but no precise meaning.' For the want of a definition of who and what is a Ranger, integrity was lost. As a result of Grenada, circumstances have changed. Since 1983, men have had the opportunity to earn and wear an authorized Ranger unit scroll or an authorized Ranger Tab or both. But there is a need for a firm definition of who and what constitutes a RANGER. Without that definition, we face the likelihood of future controversy. Organizations define the term "Ranger" in different ways. For example, the annual Best Ranger Competition, hosted by the Ranger Training Brigade, can be won by pairs of participants from the 75th Ranger Regiment, or by Ranger qualified entrants from other units in the U.S. military. For an individual to be inducted into the U.S. Army Ranger Association's "Ranger Hall of Fame" he "must have served in a Ranger unit in combat or be a successful graduate of the U.S. Army Ranger School." The Ranger Association further clarifies the type of unit: "A Ranger unit is defined as those Army units recognized in Ranger lineage or history." Acceptance into the U.S. Army Ranger Association is limited to "Rangers that have earned the U.S. Army Ranger tab, WWII Rangers, Korean War Rangers, Vietnam War Rangers, all Rangers that participated in Operations Urgent Fury, Just Cause, Desert Storm, Enduring Freedom, etc.
- Highly Detailed 5 1/2" Diameter Embroidered Patch - Merrowed Edge and Wax Backing. Order of Battle - Units involved in the battle: Task Force Ranger, including: C Squadron, 1st Special Forces Operational Detachment-Delta (1st SFOD-D) - aka "Delta Force" - Bravo Company, 3rd Ranger Battalion, 75th Ranger Regiment - 1st Battalion, 160th Special Operations Aviation Regiment (Airborne) (The Night Stalkers) with MH-6J and AH-6 "Little Birds" and MH-60 A/L Black Hawks - Combat Controllers and Pararescuemen from the 24th Special Tactics Squadron - Navy SEALs from the Naval Special Warfare Development Group (DEVGRU) - CVN-72 USS Abraham Lincoln & Carrier Air Wing 11
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