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Saturday, December 28, 2019

Never Forget: Lt. Col. Andrew Tanner

Tanner was a downed fighter pilot (Ace) who became a resistance fighter after he was shot down in October of 1984 shortly after the Russian invasion of the Midwestern United States. Col. Tanner was KIA February 1985 and posthumously awarded the Congressional Medal of Honor after sacrificing himself during the great Sangre de Cristo Tank Battle allowing his compatriots to safely retreat.  Prior to his demise Col. Tanner was invaluable in his role as a guerrilla fighter inflicting heavy casualties upon the enemy and destroying numerous vehicles, aircraft and other war materiel helping to defeat Soviet forces in the Southern Rocky Mountain area of operations.

11 comments:

  1. One of the best docudramas ever.
    The remake sucks.

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  2. As my friend Alan says, "it is the greatest training film ever made". LOL!

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  3. "It was five to one, I got four....."

    RIP, Lt.Col Tanner.....

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  4. This movie made me buy a Steyr import Egyptian Maddi AKM.

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  5. RIP Powers Booth. AKA Curly Bill from Tombstone.

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  6. All that hate is gonna burn you up kid.

    RIP Colonel.

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  7. Til Valhalla Colonel. See you again on the other side

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  8. good that it took place in 1984/85. today, ignorant high schoolers would be ratting out everyone to the NKVD/KGB/FSB/GSRU types. simply cannot trust the teachers.

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  9. I hear you capt fast. It would be the same as the"see something, say something" program.

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  10. Virginia needs Col. Tanner to fight the communists who have have invaded that state,

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