Plausible Deniability

Plausible Deniability This blog is dedicated to the men and women who serve the United States and her allies. Many people are to ignorant to understand the sacrifices our Soldiers, Sailors, Marines, Airmen and Special Operations units make on a daily basis. Regardless of whether you support our Commander in Chief, or the policies of our government, don't ever stop supporting our troops.


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A US MarineCorp sniper takes aim using his spotters shoulder as stabilizing platform, during a joint training exercise with Thai Marines. 

A US MarineCorp sniper takes aim using his spotters shoulder as stabilizing platform, during a joint training exercise with Thai Marines. 

A US Coast Guard Rescue Swimmer is seen being hoisted back into a CG helicopter after a training mission in Florida. 
The Coast Guard as a Military Service and the men and women who devote their lives to it, don’t get the recognition and respect they deserve. Most people don’t even know what the CG does. They have saved countless lives through rescues and medical operatins. They play a massive role in the War on Drugs and protecting our borders through Homeland Security. I personally have a massive amount of respect for all branches of service, I just wish everyone shared my views. Every man and women who serves, from the services, to policemen, EMTs and firemen, they have all sacrificed something along they way, just to have the right to help you when you need it… 

A US Coast Guard Rescue Swimmer is seen being hoisted back into a CG helicopter after a training mission in Florida. 

The Coast Guard as a Military Service and the men and women who devote their lives to it, don’t get the recognition and respect they deserve. Most people don’t even know what the CG does. They have saved countless lives through rescues and medical operatins. They play a massive role in the War on Drugs and protecting our borders through Homeland Security. I personally have a massive amount of respect for all branches of service, I just wish everyone shared my views. Every man and women who serves, from the services, to policemen, EMTs and firemen, they have all sacrificed something along they way, just to have the right to help you when you need it… 

A Columbian sniper in a full camouflaged ghillie suit is seen setting up for a shot during a training exercise. 

A Columbian sniper in a full camouflaged ghillie suit is seen setting up for a shot during a training exercise. 

A US F-35 is refueled inflight.

A US F-35 is refueled inflight.

Not even sure if this is a real operator, but it’s a very cool photo is it is. 

Not even sure if this is a real operator, but it’s a very cool photo is it is. 

I dont know much about this picture but I had to post it. It reminds me of a story I heard a while back.  It is worth reading, some people are so brave words can’t even describe their actions.
http://www.guardian.co.uk/world/2007/jan/17/afghanistan.military

I dont know much about this picture but I had to post it. It reminds me of a story I heard a while back.  It is worth reading, some people are so brave words can’t even describe their actions.

http://www.guardian.co.uk/world/2007/jan/17/afghanistan.military

A US Marine picks a poppy flower while on patrol in Afghanistan. 

A US Marine picks a poppy flower while on patrol in Afghanistan. 

Help an old friend out please

Hey gang,

I’ve been away for quite some time, but if there is still any interest in my pics I am more then happy to get back into the swing of things. Before I went on my little “vacation” I noticed a pattern with the images I was selecting and posting. The rare ones, the ones that take me months to track down aren’t as popular as the mainstream HD images. So too make my job easier I reach out to you, my audience. What would you folks like to see? 

Remember me?

Howdy y’all! I doubt anyone even remembers me, I’ve been gone so long. I got bored last year which led to me deciding to become an EMT so I can help out some people on American soil. So my hiatus has been spent studying medicine and riding with a rig. I’ve seen some hilarious stuff that has had me on the ground laughing, but also things so heartbreaking and violent they keep you up for nights on end.

At the end of the day, you take the good with the bad and finish each shift knowing you made a positive difference in someones life. I cant wait to take the next steps into medicine, whether that be the Coast Guard, Army or a medical school. Does anyone have any information on the medical opportunities offered by the services? 

Take a minute to pay your respects…

Today is the 68th anniversary of the assault on Normandy known as D-Day. Many good men lost their lives running through the sand towards the cliffs and enemy machine gun nests. Men drowned in the surf after exiting the landing crafts, it was a brutal battle, with the odds stacked against us and our Allies. Each man possessed an unmeasurable amount of courage on that day, I can not comprehend what it must have felt like when those doors dropped and you began running towards thousands of incoming rounds. 

On this day in 1944, the D-Day landings begin on the beaches of Normandy as part of the Allied “Operation Overlord.” It was the largest amphibious military operation in history. 155,000 Allied troops landed in France and quickly broke through the Atlantic Wall and pushed inland. In charge of the operation was General Dwight Eisenhower and leading the ground forces was General Bernard Montgomery. It was a decisive Allied victory and a key moment in the Second World War as the Allies gained some ground on the continent following the fall of France to the Nazis in 1940.

I’m not 100% positive, but using common sense, I’d say these ‘gents are United States Air Force PJs conducting medical evacuation training. 

I’m not 100% positive, but using common sense, I’d say these ‘gents are United States Air Force PJs conducting medical evacuation training. 

US Special Forces conduct joint training operations with Jordanian Security Forces and Special Operations Forces. 

US Army paratroopers come under fire during a patrol in southern Afghanistan. 

A US Army soldier places flags during a memorial at Arlington National Cemetery, May 28. 

A US Army soldier places flags during a memorial at Arlington National Cemetery, May 28. 

A US Army Sgt. bows his head in dismay after hearing one of his ANP (Afghan National Police) comrades was killed by an IED blast. 
-The name of the fallen Police Officer is Gulam Dostager. He was close with many of the paratroopers who were imbedded with his patrol. There are some more photos of the incident, but I think this one says it all. The Afghan people aren’t all sympathetic to Al-Qaeda and the Taliban, many of them truly value the hard work of our soldiers, and many deserve to have us fight with them. Don’t ever forget what we are fighting for. There are still many painful years of this war to come.  

A US Army Sgt. bows his head in dismay after hearing one of his ANP (Afghan National Police) comrades was killed by an IED blast. 

-The name of the fallen Police Officer is Gulam Dostager. He was close with many of the paratroopers who were imbedded with his patrol. There are some more photos of the incident, but I think this one says it all. The Afghan people aren’t all sympathetic to Al-Qaeda and the Taliban, many of them truly value the hard work of our soldiers, and many deserve to have us fight with them. Don’t ever forget what we are fighting for. There are still many painful years of this war to come.