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interesting: secret military agencies

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That was pretty cool...NOYFB
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That was entertaining but its all speculation. I think the government has some crazy stuff that they keep real quiet, and I doubt that the units involved with these projects walk around with patches on their leather jackets.


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That was entertaining but its all speculation. I think the government has some crazy stuff that they keep real quiet, and I doubt that the units involved with these projects walk around with patches on their leather jackets.

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LOL that's hilarious. I'm sure that all our proud military are allowed to wear patches that could possible compromise classified information.

We had a patch made from the old SAC patch. It said to err is human, to forgive is not sac policy, and it depicted a ball sack clutched in the SAC gauntlet.
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LOL that's hilarious. I'm sure that all our proud military are allowed to wear patches that could possible compromise classified information.
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Either way, some of the patches were pretty cool.
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Is it me or do all of those patches look unused? you would think they would have some wear and tear if they were on someone's uniform.......
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That was pretty cool! If they make patches for secret squads it makes you wonder what the guys wearing nothing but an unmarked uniform and no tags are into
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