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#tropics Caribbean Music Festival🎵 #easterweekend April 21 2019
@frantic_uk return #easterweekend this time taking over #greatsuffolkstreetwarehouse for a multi-genre love rave bonanza!! 🎶🎧🙌 #frantic #hardhouse #hardtrance #harddance #trance #oldskool #rave #ravelife #warehouserave #dj #djlifestyle #resident
#tropics Caribbean Music Festival🎵 #easterweekend April 21 2019
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On April 5, 2004, the radical cleric Muqtada al-Sadr called for a jihad against #coalition forces and Thursday night, April 8, his Mahdi Militia dropped[clarification needed] eight bridges and over-spans around Camp Scania, thus severing the northbound traffic into the #sunnitriangle. He was hoping to starve the 1st Cavalry Division of fuel and ammunition. Consequently, the 724th Transportation Company was tasked to haul fuel to the north gate of Baghdad Airport from Camp #anaconda, 60 miles away the next morning - Good Friday and the anniversary of the Americans entering Baghdad. Unknown to the truck drivers, elements of the 1st Cavalry Division had pushed militants into the suburbs of Abu Graib, through which the convoy had to travel. Up until this time, the convoy ambushes consisted of four or five insurgents firing on passing convoys with rocket-propelled grenades and small arms. The reaction to enemy contact at time was to return fire and clear the area.[1] That morning, five vehicles of the 724th armed with crew-served weapons escorted a convoy of 17 fuel trucks and two bobtail tractors operated by American defense contractor KBR. En route, the convoy ran through a well planned, large scale ambush that included #improvisedexplosivedevices, rocket-propelled grenades and small arms, believed to be from one or more of al-Qaeda in Iraq, the Badr Organization, and the Mahdi Army. The convoy commander, Lieutenant Matthew Brown was wounded in the head and #blackedout leaving his driver, Private First Class Jeremy Church, to lead the convoy to safety AftermathEdit On Good Friday, the Iraqi insurgents ambushed any and every convoy that tried to drive in or out of the Baghdad Airport. The ambush of the 724th Transportation Company was the worst convoy ambush of the entire war. No other transportation company suffered as many casualties in one ambush. That #easterweekend was a turning point in the war in Iraq for convoy #ambushes. For the next year the insurgents would
On April 5, 2004, the radical cleric Muqtada al-Sadr called for a jihad against #coalition forces and Thursday night, April 8, his Mahdi Militia dropped[clarification needed] eight bridges and over-spans around Camp Scania, thus severing the northbound traffic into the #sunnitriangle. He was hoping to starve the 1st Cavalry Division of fuel and ammunition. Consequently, the 724th Transportation Company was tasked to haul fuel to the north gate of Baghdad Airport from Camp #anaconda, 60 miles away the next morning - Good Friday and the anniversary of the Americans entering Baghdad. Unknown to the truck drivers, elements of the 1st Cavalry Division had pushed militants into the suburbs of Abu Graib, through which the convoy had to travel. Up until this time, the convoy ambushes consisted of four or five insurgents firing on passing convoys with rocket-propelled grenades and small arms. The reaction to enemy contact at time was to return fire and clear the area.[1] That morning, five vehicles of the 724th armed with crew-served weapons escorted a convoy of 17 fuel trucks and two bobtail tractors operated by American defense contractor KBR. En route, the convoy ran through a well planned, large scale ambush that included #improvisedexplosivedevices, rocket-propelled grenades and small arms, believed to be from one or more of al-Qaeda in Iraq, the Badr Organization, and the Mahdi Army. The convoy commander, Lieutenant Matthew Brown was wounded in the head and #blackedout leaving his driver, Private First Class Jeremy Church, to lead the convoy to safety AftermathEdit On Good Friday, the Iraqi insurgents ambushed any and every convoy that tried to drive in or out of the Baghdad Airport. The ambush of the 724th Transportation Company was the worst convoy ambush of the entire war. No other transportation company suffered as many casualties in one ambush. That #easterweekend was a turning point in the war in Iraq for convoy #ambushes. For the next year the insurgents would
On April 5, 2004, the radical cleric Muqtada al-Sadr called for a jihad against #coalition forces and Thursday night, April 8, his Mahdi Militia dropped[clarification needed] eight bridges and over-spans around Camp Scania, thus severing the northbound traffic into the #sunnitriangle. He was hoping to starve the 1st Cavalry Division of fuel and ammunition. Consequently, the 724th Transportation Company was tasked to haul fuel to the north gate of Baghdad Airport from Camp #anaconda, 60 miles away the next morning - Good Friday and the anniversary of the Americans entering Baghdad. Unknown to the truck drivers, elements of the 1st Cavalry Division had pushed militants into the suburbs of Abu Graib, through which the convoy had to travel. Up until this time, the convoy ambushes consisted of four or five insurgents firing on passing convoys with rocket-propelled grenades and small arms. The reaction to enemy contact at time was to return fire and clear the area.[1] That morning, five vehicles of the 724th armed with crew-served weapons escorted a convoy of 17 fuel trucks and two bobtail tractors operated by American defense contractor KBR. En route, the convoy ran through a well planned, large scale ambush that included #improvisedexplosivedevices, rocket-propelled grenades and small arms, believed to be from one or more of al-Qaeda in Iraq, the Badr Organization, and the Mahdi Army. The convoy commander, Lieutenant Matthew Brown was wounded in the head and #blackedout leaving his driver, Private First Class Jeremy Church, to lead the convoy to safety AftermathEdit On Good Friday, the Iraqi insurgents ambushed any and every convoy that tried to drive in or out of the Baghdad Airport. The ambush of the 724th Transportation Company was the worst convoy ambush of the entire war. No other transportation company suffered as many casualties in one ambush. That #easterweekend was a turning point in the war in Iraq for convoy #ambushes. For the next year the insurgents would
On April 5, 2004, the radical cleric Muqtada al-Sadr called for a jihad against #coalition forces and Thursday night, April 8, his Mahdi Militia dropped[clarification needed] eight bridges and over-spans around Camp Scania, thus severing the northbound traffic into the #sunnitriangle. He was hoping to starve the 1st Cavalry Division of fuel and ammunition. Consequently, the 724th Transportation Company was tasked to haul fuel to the north gate of Baghdad Airport from Camp #anaconda, 60 miles away the next morning - Good Friday and the anniversary of the Americans entering Baghdad. Unknown to the truck drivers, elements of the 1st Cavalry Division had pushed militants into the suburbs of Abu Graib, through which the convoy had to travel. Up until this time, the convoy ambushes consisted of four or five insurgents firing on passing convoys with rocket-propelled grenades and small arms. The reaction to enemy contact at time was to return fire and clear the area.[1] That morning, five vehicles of the 724th armed with crew-served weapons escorted a convoy of 17 fuel trucks and two bobtail tractors operated by American defense contractor KBR. En route, the convoy ran through a well planned, large scale ambush that included #improvisedexplosivedevices, rocket-propelled grenades and small arms, believed to be from one or more of al-Qaeda in Iraq, the Badr Organization, and the Mahdi Army. The convoy commander, Lieutenant Matthew Brown was wounded in the head and #blackedout leaving his driver, Private First Class Jeremy Church, to lead the convoy to safety AftermathEdit On Good Friday, the Iraqi insurgents ambushed any and every convoy that tried to drive in or out of the Baghdad Airport. The ambush of the 724th Transportation Company was the worst convoy ambush of the entire war. No other transportation company suffered as many casualties in one ambush. That #easterweekend was a turning point in the war in Iraq for convoy #ambushes. For the next year the insurgents would
On April 5, 2004, the radical cleric Muqtada al-Sadr called for a jihad against #coalition forces and Thursday night, April 8, his Mahdi Militia dropped[clarification needed] eight bridges and over-spans around Camp Scania, thus severing the northbound traffic into the #sunnitriangle. He was hoping to starve the 1st Cavalry Division of fuel and ammunition. Consequently, the 724th Transportation Company was tasked to haul fuel to the north gate of Baghdad Airport from Camp #anaconda, 60 miles away the next morning - Good Friday and the anniversary of the Americans entering Baghdad. Unknown to the truck drivers, elements of the 1st Cavalry Division had pushed militants into the suburbs of Abu Graib, through which the convoy had to travel. Up until this time, the convoy ambushes consisted of four or five insurgents firing on passing convoys with rocket-propelled grenades and small arms. The reaction to enemy contact at time was to return fire and clear the area.[1] That morning, five vehicles of the 724th armed with crew-served weapons escorted a convoy of 17 fuel trucks and two bobtail tractors operated by American defense contractor KBR. En route, the convoy ran through a well planned, large scale ambush that included #improvisedexplosivedevices, rocket-propelled grenades and small arms, believed to be from one or more of al-Qaeda in Iraq, the Badr Organization, and the Mahdi Army. The convoy commander, Lieutenant Matthew Brown was wounded in the head and #blackedout leaving his driver, Private First Class Jeremy Church, to lead the convoy to safety AftermathEdit On Good Friday, the Iraqi insurgents ambushed any and every convoy that tried to drive in or out of the Baghdad Airport. The ambush of the 724th Transportation Company was the worst convoy ambush of the entire war. No other transportation company suffered as many casualties in one ambush. That #easterweekend was a turning point in the war in Iraq for convoy #ambushes. For the next year the insurgents would
On April 5, 2004, the radical cleric Muqtada al-Sadr called for a jihad against #coalition forces and Thursday night, April 8, his Mahdi Militia dropped[clarification needed] eight bridges and over-spans around Camp Scania, thus severing the northbound traffic into the #sunnitriangle. He was hoping to starve the 1st Cavalry Division of fuel and ammunition. Consequently, the 724th Transportation Company was tasked to haul fuel to the north gate of Baghdad Airport from Camp #anaconda, 60 miles away the next morning - Good Friday and the anniversary of the Americans entering Baghdad. Unknown to the truck drivers, elements of the 1st Cavalry Division had pushed militants into the suburbs of Abu Graib, through which the convoy had to travel. Up until this time, the convoy ambushes consisted of four or five insurgents firing on passing convoys with rocket-propelled grenades and small arms. The reaction to enemy contact at time was to return fire and clear the area.[1] That morning, five vehicles of the 724th armed with crew-served weapons escorted a convoy of 17 fuel trucks and two bobtail tractors operated by American defense contractor KBR. En route, the convoy ran through a well planned, large scale ambush that included #improvisedexplosivedevices, rocket-propelled grenades and small arms, believed to be from one or more of al-Qaeda in Iraq, the Badr Organization, and the Mahdi Army. The convoy commander, Lieutenant Matthew Brown was wounded in the head and #blackedout leaving his driver, Private First Class Jeremy Church, to lead the convoy to safety AftermathEdit On Good Friday, the Iraqi insurgents ambushed any and every convoy that tried to drive in or out of the Baghdad Airport. The ambush of the 724th Transportation Company was the worst convoy ambush of the entire war. No other transportation company suffered as many casualties in one ambush. That #easterweekend was a turning point in the war in Iraq for convoy #ambushes. For the next year the insurgents would
On April 5, 2004, the radical cleric Muqtada al-Sadr called for a jihad against #coalition forces and Thursday night, April 8, his Mahdi Militia dropped[clarification needed] eight bridges and over-spans around Camp Scania, thus severing the northbound traffic into the #sunnitriangle. He was hoping to starve the 1st Cavalry Division of fuel and ammunition. Consequently, the 724th Transportation Company was tasked to haul fuel to the north gate of Baghdad Airport from Camp #anaconda, 60 miles away the next morning - Good Friday and the anniversary of the Americans entering Baghdad. Unknown to the truck drivers, elements of the 1st Cavalry Division had pushed militants into the suburbs of Abu Graib, through which the convoy had to travel. Up until this time, the convoy ambushes consisted of four or five insurgents firing on passing convoys with rocket-propelled grenades and small arms. The reaction to enemy contact at time was to return fire and clear the area.[1] That morning, five vehicles of the 724th armed with crew-served weapons escorted a convoy of 17 fuel trucks and two bobtail tractors operated by American defense contractor KBR. En route, the convoy ran through a well planned, large scale ambush that included #improvisedexplosivedevices, rocket-propelled grenades and small arms, believed to be from one or more of al-Qaeda in Iraq, the Badr Organization, and the Mahdi Army. The convoy commander, Lieutenant Matthew Brown was wounded in the head and #blackedout leaving his driver, Private First Class Jeremy Church, to lead the convoy to safety AftermathEdit On Good Friday, the Iraqi insurgents ambushed any and every convoy that tried to drive in or out of the Baghdad Airport. The ambush of the 724th Transportation Company was the worst convoy ambush of the entire war. No other transportation company suffered as many casualties in one ambush. That #easterweekend was a turning point in the war in Iraq for convoy #ambushes. For the next year the insurgents would
On April 5, 2004, the radical cleric Muqtada al-Sadr called for a jihad against #coalition forces and Thursday night, April 8, his Mahdi Militia dropped[clarification needed] eight bridges and over-spans around Camp Scania, thus severing the northbound traffic into the #sunnitriangle. He was hoping to starve the 1st Cavalry Division of fuel and ammunition. Consequently, the 724th Transportation Company was tasked to haul fuel to the north gate of Baghdad Airport from Camp #anaconda, 60 miles away the next morning - Good Friday and the anniversary of the Americans entering Baghdad. Unknown to the truck drivers, elements of the 1st Cavalry Division had pushed militants into the suburbs of Abu Graib, through which the convoy had to travel. Up until this time, the convoy ambushes consisted of four or five insurgents firing on passing convoys with rocket-propelled grenades and small arms. The reaction to enemy contact at time was to return fire and clear the area.[1] That morning, five vehicles of the 724th armed with crew-served weapons escorted a convoy of 17 fuel trucks and two bobtail tractors operated by American defense contractor KBR. En route, the convoy ran through a well planned, large scale ambush that included #improvisedexplosivedevices, rocket-propelled grenades and small arms, believed to be from one or more of al-Qaeda in Iraq, the Badr Organization, and the Mahdi Army. The convoy commander, Lieutenant Matthew Brown was wounded in the head and #blackedout leaving his driver, Private First Class Jeremy Church, to lead the convoy to safety AftermathEdit On Good Friday, the Iraqi insurgents ambushed any and every convoy that tried to drive in or out of the Baghdad Airport. The ambush of the 724th Transportation Company was the worst convoy ambush of the entire war. No other transportation company suffered as many casualties in one ambush. That #easterweekend was a turning point in the war in Iraq for convoy #ambushes. For the next year the insurgents would
On April 5, 2004, the radical cleric Muqtada al-Sadr called for a jihad against #coalition forces and Thursday night, April 8, his Mahdi Militia dropped[clarification needed] eight bridges and over-spans around Camp Scania, thus severing the northbound traffic into the #sunnitriangle. He was hoping to starve the 1st Cavalry Division of fuel and ammunition. Consequently, the 724th Transportation Company was tasked to haul fuel to the north gate of Baghdad Airport from Camp #anaconda, 60 miles away the next morning - Good Friday and the anniversary of the Americans entering Baghdad. Unknown to the truck drivers, elements of the 1st Cavalry Division had pushed militants into the suburbs of Abu Graib, through which the convoy had to travel. Up until this time, the convoy ambushes consisted of four or five insurgents firing on passing convoys with rocket-propelled grenades and small arms. The reaction to enemy contact at time was to return fire and clear the area.[1] That morning, five vehicles of the 724th armed with crew-served weapons escorted a convoy of 17 fuel trucks and two bobtail tractors operated by American defense contractor KBR. En route, the convoy ran through a well planned, large scale ambush that included #improvisedexplosivedevices, rocket-propelled grenades and small arms, believed to be from one or more of al-Qaeda in Iraq, the Badr Organization, and the Mahdi Army. The convoy commander, Lieutenant Matthew Brown was wounded in the head and #blackedout leaving his driver, Private First Class Jeremy Church, to lead the convoy to safety AftermathEdit On Good Friday, the Iraqi insurgents ambushed any and every convoy that tried to drive in or out of the Baghdad Airport. The ambush of the 724th Transportation Company was the worst convoy ambush of the entire war. No other transportation company suffered as many casualties in one ambush. That #easterweekend was a turning point in the war in Iraq for convoy #ambushes. For the next year the insurgents would
On April 5, 2004, the radical cleric Muqtada al-Sadr called for a jihad against #coalition forces and Thursday night, April 8, his Mahdi Militia dropped[clarification needed] eight bridges and over-spans around Camp Scania, thus severing the northbound traffic into the #sunnitriangle. He was hoping to starve the 1st Cavalry Division of fuel and ammunition. Consequently, the 724th Transportation Company was tasked to haul fuel to the north gate of Baghdad Airport from Camp #anaconda, 60 miles away the next morning - Good Friday and the anniversary of the Americans entering Baghdad. Unknown to the truck drivers, elements of the 1st Cavalry Division had pushed militants into the suburbs of Abu Graib, through which the convoy had to travel. Up until this time, the convoy ambushes consisted of four or five insurgents firing on passing convoys with rocket-propelled grenades and small arms. The reaction to enemy contact at time was to return fire and clear the area.[1] That morning, five vehicles of the 724th armed with crew-served weapons escorted a convoy of 17 fuel trucks and two bobtail tractors operated by American defense contractor KBR. En route, the convoy ran through a well planned, large scale ambush that included #improvisedexplosivedevices, rocket-propelled grenades and small arms, believed to be from one or more of al-Qaeda in Iraq, the Badr Organization, and the Mahdi Army. The convoy commander, Lieutenant Matthew Brown was wounded in the head and #blackedout leaving his driver, Private First Class Jeremy Church, to lead the convoy to safety AftermathEdit On Good Friday, the Iraqi insurgents ambushed any and every convoy that tried to drive in or out of the Baghdad Airport. The ambush of the 724th Transportation Company was the worst convoy ambush of the entire war. No other transportation company suffered as many casualties in one ambush. That #easterweekend was a turning point in the war in Iraq for convoy #ambushes. For the next year the insurgents would
On April 5, 2004, the radical cleric Muqtada al-Sadr called for a jihad against #coalition forces and Thursday night, April 8, his Mahdi Militia dropped[clarification needed] eight bridges and over-spans around Camp Scania, thus severing the northbound traffic into the #sunnitriangle. He was hoping to starve the 1st Cavalry Division of fuel and ammunition. Consequently, the 724th Transportation Company was tasked to haul fuel to the north gate of Baghdad Airport from Camp #anaconda, 60 miles away the next morning - Good Friday and the anniversary of the Americans entering Baghdad. Unknown to the truck drivers, elements of the 1st Cavalry Division had pushed militants into the suburbs of Abu Graib, through which the convoy had to travel. Up until this time, the convoy ambushes consisted of four or five insurgents firing on passing convoys with rocket-propelled grenades and small arms. The reaction to enemy contact at time was to return fire and clear the area.[1] That morning, five vehicles of the 724th armed with crew-served weapons escorted a convoy of 17 fuel trucks and two bobtail tractors operated by American defense contractor KBR. En route, the convoy ran through a well planned, large scale ambush that included #improvisedexplosivedevices, rocket-propelled grenades and small arms, believed to be from one or more of al-Qaeda in Iraq, the Badr Organization, and the Mahdi Army. The convoy commander, Lieutenant Matthew Brown was wounded in the head and #blackedout leaving his driver, Private First Class Jeremy Church, to lead the convoy to safety AftermathEdit On Good Friday, the Iraqi insurgents ambushed any and every convoy that tried to drive in or out of the Baghdad Airport. The ambush of the 724th Transportation Company was the worst convoy ambush of the entire war. No other transportation company suffered as many casualties in one ambush. That #easterweekend was a turning point in the war in Iraq for convoy #ambushes. For the next year the insurgents would
On April 5, 2004, the radical cleric Muqtada al-Sadr called for a jihad against #coalition forces and Thursday night, April 8, his Mahdi Militia dropped[clarification needed] eight bridges and over-spans around Camp Scania, thus severing the northbound traffic into the #sunnitriangle. He was hoping to starve the 1st Cavalry Division of fuel and ammunition. Consequently, the 724th Transportation Company was tasked to haul fuel to the north gate of Baghdad Airport from Camp #anaconda, 60 miles away the next morning - Good Friday and the anniversary of the Americans entering Baghdad. Unknown to the truck drivers, elements of the 1st Cavalry Division had pushed militants into the suburbs of Abu Graib, through which the convoy had to travel. Up until this time, the convoy ambushes consisted of four or five insurgents firing on passing convoys with rocket-propelled grenades and small arms. The reaction to enemy contact at time was to return fire and clear the area.[1] That morning, five vehicles of the 724th armed with crew-served weapons escorted a convoy of 17 fuel trucks and two bobtail tractors operated by American defense contractor KBR. En route, the convoy ran through a well planned, large scale ambush that included #improvisedexplosivedevices, rocket-propelled grenades and small arms, believed to be from one or more of al-Qaeda in Iraq, the Badr Organization, and the Mahdi Army. The convoy commander, Lieutenant Matthew Brown was wounded in the head and #blackedout leaving his driver, Private First Class Jeremy Church, to lead the convoy to safety AftermathEdit On Good Friday, the Iraqi insurgents ambushed any and every convoy that tried to drive in or out of the Baghdad Airport. The ambush of the 724th Transportation Company was the worst convoy ambush of the entire war. No other transportation company suffered as many casualties in one ambush. That #easterweekend was a turning point in the war in Iraq for convoy #ambushes. For the next year the insurgents would
On April 5, 2004, the radical cleric Muqtada al-Sadr called for a jihad against #coalition forces and Thursday night, April 8, his Mahdi Militia dropped[clarification needed] eight bridges and over-spans around Camp Scania, thus severing the northbound traffic into the #sunnitriangle. He was hoping to starve the 1st Cavalry Division of fuel and ammunition. Consequently, the 724th Transportation Company was tasked to haul fuel to the north gate of Baghdad Airport from Camp #anaconda, 60 miles away the next morning - Good Friday and the anniversary of the Americans entering Baghdad. Unknown to the truck drivers, elements of the 1st Cavalry Division had pushed militants into the suburbs of Abu Graib, through which the convoy had to travel. Up until this time, the convoy ambushes consisted of four or five insurgents firing on passing convoys with rocket-propelled grenades and small arms. The reaction to enemy contact at time was to return fire and clear the area.[1] That morning, five vehicles of the 724th armed with crew-served weapons escorted a convoy of 17 fuel trucks and two bobtail tractors operated by American defense contractor KBR. En route, the convoy ran through a well planned, large scale ambush that included #improvisedexplosivedevices, rocket-propelled grenades and small arms, believed to be from one or more of al-Qaeda in Iraq, the Badr Organization, and the Mahdi Army. The convoy commander, Lieutenant Matthew Brown was wounded in the head and #blackedout leaving his driver, Private First Class Jeremy Church, to lead the convoy to safety AftermathEdit On Good Friday, the Iraqi insurgents ambushed any and every convoy that tried to drive in or out of the Baghdad Airport. The ambush of the 724th Transportation Company was the worst convoy ambush of the entire war. No other transportation company suffered as many casualties in one ambush. That #easterweekend was a turning point in the war in Iraq for convoy #ambushes. For the next year the insurgents would
On April 5, 2004, the radical cleric Muqtada al-Sadr called for a jihad against #coalition forces and Thursday night, April 8, his Mahdi Militia dropped[clarification needed] eight bridges and over-spans around Camp Scania, thus severing the northbound traffic into the #sunnitriangle. He was hoping to starve the 1st Cavalry Division of fuel and ammunition. Consequently, the 724th Transportation Company was tasked to haul fuel to the north gate of Baghdad Airport from Camp #anaconda, 60 miles away the next morning - Good Friday and the anniversary of the Americans entering Baghdad. Unknown to the truck drivers, elements of the 1st Cavalry Division had pushed militants into the suburbs of Abu Graib, through which the convoy had to travel. Up until this time, the convoy ambushes consisted of four or five insurgents firing on passing convoys with rocket-propelled grenades and small arms. The reaction to enemy contact at time was to return fire and clear the area.[1] That morning, five vehicles of the 724th armed with crew-served weapons escorted a convoy of 17 fuel trucks and two bobtail tractors operated by American defense contractor KBR. En route, the convoy ran through a well planned, large scale ambush that included #improvisedexplosivedevices, rocket-propelled grenades and small arms, believed to be from one or more of al-Qaeda in Iraq, the Badr Organization, and the Mahdi Army. The convoy commander, Lieutenant Matthew Brown was wounded in the head and #blackedout leaving his driver, Private First Class Jeremy Church, to lead the convoy to safety AftermathEdit On Good Friday, the Iraqi insurgents ambushed any and every convoy that tried to drive in or out of the Baghdad Airport. The ambush of the 724th Transportation Company was the worst convoy ambush of the entire war. No other transportation company suffered as many casualties in one ambush. That #easterweekend was a turning point in the war in Iraq for convoy #ambushes. For the next year the insurgents would
On April 5, 2004, the radical cleric Muqtada al-Sadr called for a jihad against #coalition forces and Thursday night, April 8, his Mahdi Militia dropped[clarification needed] eight bridges and over-spans around Camp Scania, thus severing the northbound traffic into the #sunnitriangle. He was hoping to starve the 1st Cavalry Division of fuel and ammunition. Consequently, the 724th Transportation Company was tasked to haul fuel to the north gate of Baghdad Airport from Camp #anaconda, 60 miles away the next morning - Good Friday and the anniversary of the Americans entering Baghdad. Unknown to the truck drivers, elements of the 1st Cavalry Division had pushed militants into the suburbs of Abu Graib, through which the convoy had to travel. Up until this time, the convoy ambushes consisted of four or five insurgents firing on passing convoys with rocket-propelled grenades and small arms. The reaction to enemy contact at time was to return fire and clear the area.[1] That morning, five vehicles of the 724th armed with crew-served weapons escorted a convoy of 17 fuel trucks and two bobtail tractors operated by American defense contractor KBR. En route, the convoy ran through a well planned, large scale ambush that included #improvisedexplosivedevices, rocket-propelled grenades and small arms, believed to be from one or more of al-Qaeda in Iraq, the Badr Organization, and the Mahdi Army. The convoy commander, Lieutenant Matthew Brown was wounded in the head and #blackedout leaving his driver, Private First Class Jeremy Church, to lead the convoy to safety AftermathEdit On Good Friday, the Iraqi insurgents ambushed any and every convoy that tried to drive in or out of the Baghdad Airport. The ambush of the 724th Transportation Company was the worst convoy ambush of the entire war. No other transportation company suffered as many casualties in one ambush. That #easterweekend was a turning point in the war in Iraq for convoy #ambushes. For the next year the insurgents would
On April 5, 2004, the radical cleric Muqtada al-Sadr called for a jihad against #coalition forces and Thursday night, April 8, his Mahdi Militia dropped[clarification needed] eight bridges and over-spans around Camp Scania, thus severing the northbound traffic into the #sunnitriangle. He was hoping to starve the 1st Cavalry Division of fuel and ammunition. Consequently, the 724th Transportation Company was tasked to haul fuel to the north gate of Baghdad Airport from Camp #anaconda, 60 miles away the next morning - Good Friday and the anniversary of the Americans entering Baghdad. Unknown to the truck drivers, elements of the 1st Cavalry Division had pushed militants into the suburbs of Abu Graib, through which the convoy had to travel. Up until this time, the convoy ambushes consisted of four or five insurgents firing on passing convoys with rocket-propelled grenades and small arms. The reaction to enemy contact at time was to return fire and clear the area.[1] That morning, five vehicles of the 724th armed with crew-served weapons escorted a convoy of 17 fuel trucks and two bobtail tractors operated by American defense contractor KBR. En route, the convoy ran through a well planned, large scale ambush that included #improvisedexplosivedevices, rocket-propelled grenades and small arms, believed to be from one or more of al-Qaeda in Iraq, the Badr Organization, and the Mahdi Army. The convoy commander, Lieutenant Matthew Brown was wounded in the head and #blackedout leaving his driver, Private First Class Jeremy Church, to lead the convoy to safety AftermathEdit On Good Friday, the Iraqi insurgents ambushed any and every convoy that tried to drive in or out of the Baghdad Airport. The ambush of the 724th Transportation Company was the worst convoy ambush of the entire war. No other transportation company suffered as many casualties in one ambush. That #easterweekend was a turning point in the war in Iraq for convoy #ambushes. For the next year the insurgents would
On April 5, 2004, the radical cleric Muqtada al-Sadr called for a jihad against #coalition forces and Thursday night, April 8, his Mahdi Militia dropped[clarification needed] eight bridges and over-spans around Camp Scania, thus severing the northbound traffic into the #sunnitriangle. He was hoping to starve the 1st Cavalry Division of fuel and ammunition. Consequently, the 724th Transportation Company was tasked to haul fuel to the north gate of Baghdad Airport from Camp #anaconda, 60 miles away the next morning - Good Friday and the anniversary of the Americans entering Baghdad. Unknown to the truck drivers, elements of the 1st Cavalry Division had pushed militants into the suburbs of Abu Graib, through which the convoy had to travel. Up until this time, the convoy ambushes consisted of four or five insurgents firing on passing convoys with rocket-propelled grenades and small arms. The reaction to enemy contact at time was to return fire and clear the area.[1] That morning, five vehicles of the 724th armed with crew-served weapons escorted a convoy of 17 fuel trucks and two bobtail tractors operated by American defense contractor KBR. En route, the convoy ran through a well planned, large scale ambush that included #improvisedexplosivedevices, rocket-propelled grenades and small arms, believed to be from one or more of al-Qaeda in Iraq, the Badr Organization, and the Mahdi Army. The convoy commander, Lieutenant Matthew Brown was wounded in the head and #blackedout leaving his driver, Private First Class Jeremy Church, to lead the convoy to safety AftermathEdit On Good Friday, the Iraqi insurgents ambushed any and every convoy that tried to drive in or out of the Baghdad Airport. The ambush of the 724th Transportation Company was the worst convoy ambush of the entire war. No other transportation company suffered as many casualties in one ambush. That #easterweekend was a turning point in the war in Iraq for convoy #ambushes. For the next year the insurgents would
On April 5, 2004, the radical cleric Muqtada al-Sadr called for a jihad against #coalition forces and Thursday night, April 8, his Mahdi Militia dropped[clarification needed] eight bridges and over-spans around Camp Scania, thus severing the northbound traffic into the #sunnitriangle. He was hoping to starve the 1st Cavalry Division of fuel and ammunition. Consequently, the 724th Transportation Company was tasked to haul fuel to the north gate of Baghdad Airport from Camp #anaconda, 60 miles away the next morning - Good Friday and the anniversary of the Americans entering Baghdad. Unknown to the truck drivers, elements of the 1st Cavalry Division had pushed militants into the suburbs of Abu Graib, through which the convoy had to travel. Up until this time, the convoy ambushes consisted of four or five insurgents firing on passing convoys with rocket-propelled grenades and small arms. The reaction to enemy contact at time was to return fire and clear the area.[1] That morning, five vehicles of the 724th armed with crew-served weapons escorted a convoy of 17 fuel trucks and two bobtail tractors operated by American defense contractor KBR. En route, the convoy ran through a well planned, large scale ambush that included #improvisedexplosivedevices, rocket-propelled grenades and small arms, believed to be from one or more of al-Qaeda in Iraq, the Badr Organization, and the Mahdi Army. The convoy commander, Lieutenant Matthew Brown was wounded in the head and #blackedout leaving his driver, Private First Class Jeremy Church, to lead the convoy to safety AftermathEdit On Good Friday, the Iraqi insurgents ambushed any and every convoy that tried to drive in or out of the Baghdad Airport. The ambush of the 724th Transportation Company was the worst convoy ambush of the entire war. No other transportation company suffered as many casualties in one ambush. That #easterweekend was a turning point in the war in Iraq for convoy #ambushes. For the next year the insurgents would
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I should probably be saying that when I get home in the evenings, I hit the gym, write a couple of blog posts, prep a balanced home cooked meal, finish off my ironing, organise my life admin etc etc - but I don't. Many evenings, I'm quite happy lounging on the sofa, the news & Masterchef on telly, an omelette & some veggies on my lap for dinner, head on Pumpkin's shoulder, as we catch up on our respective days. As unproductive as it may sound, I'm not ashamed to say that evenings on the sofa (especially now that it's facing a sparkling Christmas tree adorned with pink & white candy canes & star shaped fairy lights) are some of my favourite moments of home life. And it's that same homely, loungy environment that I like finding on my travels too. Might look super toasty in this photo but this was actually one of the many cosy chilling areas at our hotel in Cyprus. I've got a new gift experience post coming your way on the blog any day now but in the interim, for a peep at the rest of this hotel ➡whywasteannualleave.com
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#tropics Caribbean Music Festival🎵 #easterweekend April 21 2019
#tropics Caribbean Music Festival🎵 #easterweekend April 21 2019
#tropics Caribbean Music Festival🎵 #easterweekend April 21 2019
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