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Ebola Solution? Non-toxic new product not getting traction it deserves!

With the inconsistencies being reported by all kinds of “experts”, lets look at some of the facts……

Is Ebola airborne? How can it not be?!

  • Fact:   Hemorrhagic fever viruses enter the bloodstream through various mechanisms (eg, the bite of a mosquito or tick, inhalation, mucous membrane exposure, parenteral exposure), and all (except hantaviruses) cause disease during the period of viremia. (Check this source!
  • Fact:  There is a NON TOXIC EPA approved product (safe enough to decontaminate baby pacifiers) that has been slightly modified with natural ingredients to be able to FOG mass vectors of areas, safely…with people inhaling the product with beneficial results!  It kills 99.9% of the virus types and will kill Ebola!
  • Fact:  Getting through the government bureaucracy to get it to the people…nightmare.
  • Fact:  CDC states solution to Ebola outbreak is more of the same…isolate carriers, track down exposed, isolate those with symptoms.
  • Fact:  CDC’s Dr. Freidan says solution for healthcare exposure is more training and government oversight with a federal employee in every hospital to manage exposures.
  • Fact:  That is more of our taxpayer dollars at waste!
  • Fact:  This product needs to be taken seriously, tested quickly and mass distributed in the US and used immediately with our troops entering W. Africa to contain vectors of exposure…fight the Boko Haram and keep President Jonathon in office.
  • Fact:  Oil companies are pulling their people of their rigs in that area of the world, airline companies want to suspend flights, people who are exposed need containment solutions immediately.
  • Big Pharma wants to provide the solution….more vaccinations!
  • Former 10th Group Spec. Ops Col. saw the need for its use in anti-terrorism and worked with chemists to stabilize the solution to have a shelf life of up to 6 years.  It can be distributed through the fogging system, wipes, sprays or in “bug bomb” type canisters.  There has been talk with Dallas schools transportation,  Major US commercial airlines and the need for immediate investors is imminent.  If you or someone you know can help bring this to the attention of people who care, please contact us to connect.
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EPA has already approved it for other use and with someone taking the lead to use it (Dallas schools saw it, asked for a bid…no response since..interesting huh? However, now a major US airline is looking at it…) it will prove successful! I’m behind this former 10th group Col. who saw the need for it in counter terrorism, worked with a chemist to stabilize it for a 6 year shelf life and reached out to me for investors to help him get their team to W. Africa where they have partnered with a milk plant to mass produce it. We know the need here is NOW and I’m confident someone will step up. Then he can head to the armpit of the world and save some lives to prove the rest! The political implications for W. Africa is very important so that Pres. Jonathon can overcome the terror groups who control much of the territories now and win the election in Jan. Without him, highly likely that the whole country will be ruled by these violent thugs and we can expect them to pass it onto us just for the fun of it. Not to mention the oil companies are in a panic over the entire situation. Most popular drug in W. Africa right now? One that reduces your fever so you can move through customs and travel! YEP…ITS COMING FOLKS!

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CIA Operation “Zero Footprint”

The Real Motive For The Obama Administration’s Recent Arrest.    Qatar, Benghazi and the connection to Ahmed Abu Khattala

After the attack on Benghazi and the connection to supplying arms to Libyan rebels by the Admin, many started putting the pieces together as to why Ambassador Stevens was there in the first place. A review by a retired CIA friend pointed out that there is always more to the story and said, “Thanks for sharing this. Actually, they are not presenting all of the facts on the gang of 8. There is a class that some in the clandestine service at CIA have to take if they work with any type of lawmakers and its called ‘sharing secrets with lawmakers’ sounds corny but that’s what its really called. And you are taught how to wiggle your way around “legally” to make things like this happen and how to make them ‘legal’. its the nasty side of covert action that came into existence when lawyers got involved. The way they do it is the minimum that a covert operation and action has to be authorized is 4 votes and signatures from the gang of 8. So not all 8 have to be present during meetings. The 4 ruling was created in the event of an emergency that 4 could get the actions executed.

The end result has been a political tool for all presidents and bush was very successful at it and we used the gang of 4 ruling for extraordinary rendition and CIA’s RDI program all the time. It was so successful, Nancy Pelosi constantly cried that she was not in the know and that CIA had been doing things behind her back. It even garnered national press back in the day when it was occurring so frequently for the renditions of high value targets and detainees. Later, we presented 40 posterboard sized documents of her signature which was automatically done up if the gang of 8 signed off on an action. She was furious but legally there was nothing she could do. We did it and got away with it for 8 years under bush and it looks like they are doing the same thing under Obama. Which is not surprising!”

The story the guys are telling about Bergdahl

“We were at OP Mest, Paktika Province, Afghanistan. It was a small outpost where B Co 1-501st INF (Airbone) ran operations out of, just an Infantry platoon and ANA counterparts there. The place was an Afghan graveyard. Bergdahl had been acting a little strange, telling people he wanted to “walk the earth” and kept a little journal talking about how he was meant for better things. No one thought anything about it. He was a little “out there”. Next morning he’s gone. We search everywhere, and can’t find him. He left his weapon, his kit, and other sensitive items. He only took some water, a compass and a knife. We find some afghan kids shortly after who saw an american walking north asking about where the taliban are. We get hits on our voice intercepter that Taliban has him, and we were close. We come to realize that the kid deserted his post, snuck out of camp and sought out Taliban… to join them. We were in a defensive position at OP Mest, where your focus is to keep people out. He knew where the blind spots were to slip out and that’s what he did. It was supposed to be a 4-day mission but turned into several months of active searching. Everyone was spun up to find this guy. News outlets all over the country were putting out false information. It was hard to see, especially when we knew the truth about what happened and we lost good men trying to find him. PFC Matthew Michael Martinek, Staff Sgt. Kurt Robert Curtiss, SSG Clayton Bowen, PFC Morris Walker, SSG Michael Murphrey, 2LT Darryn Andrews, were all KIA from our unit who died looking for Bergdahl. Many others from various units were wounded or killed while actively looking for Bergdahl. Fighting Increased. IEDs and enemy ambushes increased. The Taliban knew that we were looking for him in high numbers and our movements were predictable. Because of Bergdahl, more men were out in danger, and more attacks on friendly camps and positions were conducted while we were out looking for him. His actions impacted the region more than anyone wants to admit. There is also no way to know what he told the Taliban: Our movements, locations, tactics, weak points on vehicles and other things for the enemy to exploit are just a few possibilities. The Government knows full well that he deserted. It looks bad and is a good propaganda piece for the Taliban. They refuse to acknowledge it. Hell they even promoted him to Sergeant which makes me sick. I feel for his family who only want their son/brother back. They don’t know the truth, or refuse to acknowledge it as well. What he did affected his family and his whole town back home, who don’t know the truth. Either way what matters is that good men died because of him. He has been lying on all those Taliban videos about everything since his “capture”. If he ever returns, he should be tried under the UCMJ for being a deserter and judged for what he did. Bergdahl is not a hero, he is not a soldier or an Infantryman. He failed his brothers. Now, sons and daughters are growing up without their fathers who died for him and he will have to face that truth someday.”

Heroes KIA for Bergdahl



We are a Corps of Military Veterans that performing “Hands On” community service with a mission/deployment attitude!

Guinness World Record Holder, US Presidential Volunteer Service Award, 3 time Best Community Service Project in the Nation, and many other local, state, regional, & national awards!
Update: The Hero Home 7 Ground Breaking is being moved to next Tuesday due to weather. See below!

Saturday, December 14th
Holiday in the Hangar (11:30am – 2:30pm)
TAC Air Hangar
1725 East International Drive Morrisville, NC
Set up: 9am
Event: 11;30am
Strike: 3pm
32 new computers will be given away to eligible children (grades 3 – 12) sponsored by Lenovo

Monday, December 16
Shoe Pick Up for Homeless Veterans (9:30am)
Will leave from our Op Center and travel to Nashville NC
Depart: 9:30am


Operation Coming Home
Tuesday, December 17
Hero Home 7 Ground Breaking Foundation Pour (10am)
OCH provides new homes for wounded troops & their families that were injured during combat operations
747 Shoals Lake Drive Fuquay-Varina, NC
Set up: 8am
Event: 10am
Lunch: 11:30am
Strike: 12 noon

Indoor War (Toys For Lil Troops Fundraiser 3pm – 10pm)
USVC ArchAngels & other USVC Veterans vs everyone in laser tag!
Hard Knocks Indoor War 3501 Spring Forest Road Raleigh NC 

Friday, December 20th
Turkey for the Triangle/Troops (9am)
1001 Wade Ave, Raleigh NC
Unload and giveaway turkeys to non-profits and US Military & Veterans

Andrew Ladner
Executive Director
United States Veterans Corps

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Tampa Tribune News: Special forces, businesses help each other out

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Special forces, businesses help each other out

By Howard Altman

It began less than two months ago as a brainstorm to help special operations forces veterans and raise awareness among local business leaders of what operators do in the field.

Have active-duty and veteran Air Force Special Tactics Squadron members, Green Berets, Marine Special Operations Command members, Rangers and SEALs teach local business leaders how to shoot machine guns and other weapons, then lead them in a competition.

Golf tournaments? Fishing derbies?

Been there, done that, says Scott Neil, a recently retired special forces master sergeant who came up with the idea. Neil, who used to train special forces members on how to shoot in urban combat situations, wanted to offer the amateurs “the same environment used by Green Berets and SEALs to test each other.”

For Neil, the event, called Shooting With SOF, was a natural for several reasons.

As a former senior enlisted adviser to the director of the Interagency Task Force at U.S. Special Operations Command, Neil was used to bringing disparate groups together to work toward a goal.

Coming on the heels of the anniversary of the demise of Osama bin Laden, the curiosity factor about special operations forces remains high.

Then there is the cool factor.

“People love to tell their buddies stories,” Neil says. “I did something you didn’t.”

After the concept was signed off on by a group of Neil’s fellow SOF veterans, including David Scott, a retired Air Force major general who served as deputy director for Socom’s Center for Special Operations, word quickly and quietly spread through the special ops and business communities. People offered to help. Without any advertising or media coverage, the teams quickly filled up.

“It was all achieved by word of mouth,” says Neil.

Shooting With SOF will not only give business leaders a chance to see how special operators work, Neil says, but it will also give special operators a chance to learn how to become successful in civilian life.

Paralyzed veterans will also get a chance to shoot, Neil says, thanks to Be Adaptive, which makes hunting and fishing equipment for the disabled. The company has a wheelchair device that allows a paralyzed shooter to use a blow tube to fire a weapon.

It all starts at 11 a.m. Saturday at the Bad Monkey, a new bar in Ybor City run by Scott. From there, the shooters will travel by limo bus to the Teneroc Shooting Sports range in Lakeland. After the competition, shooters will head back to the bar for awards, razzing and perhaps an adult beverage or two.

The inaugural Shooting With SOF benefit supports three charities:

  • The Green Beret Foundation, which provides financial resources, immediate-need supplies, caregiver assistance, and educational scholarships to wounded or ill Army Special Forces warriors and their families.
  • TAMCO Foundation, a non-partisan organization dedicated to helping severely wounded veterans returning from Iraq and Afghanistan.
  • Black Dagger Military Hunt Club, providing peer-to-peer hunting and shooting opportunities for military men, women and family members.

Though the shooting slots are filled, anyone wanting to make a contribution to the charities or meet the special operators can attend the Cigars and Cars event at Jaguar of Tampa, 320 E. Fletcher Ave., at 6:30 p.m. Thursday or show up Saturday night at Bad Monkey Bar, 1717 E. 7th Ave., Ybor City.

For more information. about Shooting with SOF, go to

Press Release: Shooting with SOF event, May 12, 2012 Tampa, Fl.

Press Release

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE                     Contact: Jill Trammell May 7, 2012                                                               (239)273-4783

Veteran & Community news – On the heels of the anniversary of the takedown of Osama bin laden, there will be a shooting event. “Shooting with SOF” – Special forces legends and local celebrities team up with a grateful community to provide a day of high intensity shooting matches and special adaptive shooting devices that allow our severely disabled wounded veterans the ability to participate

Date: May 12, 2012

Time:  11am – 6pm

Location: Bad Monkey (1717 E 7th Ave) in Ybor City and top notch range facility.


Shooting with S-O-F (Special Operation forces) community fusion and charity event was organized by Scott Neil- a recently retired senior enlisted advisor to USSOCOM and counter terrorism training subject matter expert. Scott literally helped write the Army’s current weapons training standards utilized by our modern military. The event will benefit; Green Beret Foundation and two local Tampa veterans charities, the TAMCO Foundation and the Black Dagger military Hunting Club in order to raise funds for their programs that assist in integration of combat wounded OIF/OEF warriors.

(Tampa, FL)   The Shooting with SOF shooting event will be held Saturday May 12th from 11am to 6pm.  The event will kickoff at retired Major General Dave Scott’s new establishment, the Bad Monkey in Ybor City. The Bad Monkey is a former Navy SEAL call sign and is a Special Operations themed establishment. The participants will be transported to an exclusive shooting range where they will compete and have fun shooting exotic weapons. The exciting range matches will showcase Special Operations Forces (SOF) legends, such as Scott Neil and friends, as well as, other well known patriots who have served their nation in Iraq, Afghanistan and other global operations.

These Green Berets, SEALS, U.S. Army Rangers and Special Operation Marines will be teamed with local businesses, celebrities, and community leaders in a high intensity competitive shooting match, using special weapons and tactics.  A special pre party with early arrivals will be held at the regularly scheduled “Cars and Cigars” event at ELDER JAGUAR.  Local high performance vehicle dealers gather with Special Forces Motorcycle Club to view their newest custom bike and sidecar, along with the best cars our community has to offer.

Of special interest is the firing range dedicated for severely injured and disabled veterans assisted by special adaptive shooting technology provided by Be Adaptives, which can assist disabled war fighters… even quad amputees, to perform the shooting skills they previously enjoyed.  This type of “shooting sports re-integration” provides our wounded heroes with camaraderie from a grateful community and is a unique feature of this dynamic shooting event.

The entire day is made possible through the generous support of sponsors such as General Dynamics, Elder Automotive Group, as well as corporations involved in adaptive sports technology, special operations support, and patriotic business leaders.

Following the event and mission debrief, scoring and additional fundraising functions will be enjoyed to include a silent auction with a variety of products and services, including National and International simulated Special Operation adventures for purchase.  Festivities will continue at the Bad Monkey, which will be open to the public immediately following the post event mission debrief.

Please contact Jill Trammell of Patriot Promotions at (239)-273-4783 to arrange for exclusive interviews and video coverage.

Pictures for distribution:  Logo

Special Forces Motorcycle Club Custom Bike and Sidecar at Elder Jaguar Thursday night at 6pm for the regular “Cars and Cigars” event with local high performance vehicle dealers and early arrivals for the SOF shooting match.

National and International simulated SOF Adventures at Auction by: Patriot Promotions and the All Veteran Parachute Team led by  Mike Elliot, Former Golden Knight and skydiving legend with over 9000 jumps!


Wounded Warrior doing what he loved to do before his injuries.  Special adaptive equipment will be provided at the range for their enjoyment.


This just in from The Nationals Awards in Orlando: US VETERAN CORPS  WINS!

Best Community Spirit in the Nation for the Hero Home Finale for Operation Coming Home. The US Veterans Corps and US Marine Corps planned, produced, and filmed this event for the Home Builders Association of Raleigh-Wake County. This great award will be presented to us in Raleigh on March 14th by the National Home Builders Vice President.



USVC President will be making his first jump!



Half a trillion in military budget cuts today will eventually, affect us all.


Whats happening with the half a trillion budget cut to the military?  First of all, every one of our forces will be effected.  Its been stated that these cuts will significantly impact our government contractors and Sec. of Defense, Leon Panetta said they have to figure out which ones they can’t cut off completely.  We must continue to fund the most important companies in order to not lose our essential contractors, if and when they are needed to produce their products quickly.  However, immediate cuts will delay or stop much of the new stealth bombers and our replacements for the aging air fleet, already under contract.           Additionally, new weaponry projects are being put on hold in favor of high-tech warfare contractors, ie: unmanned drones and such.

The reasoning?  Counter insurgency campaigns are technically over, so we don’t need as many troops on the ground. 75,000 will remain active and more special operation forces will be trained and funded.  This is how our future military is described and its happening right now.
1/9 of the budget reductions are going to be felt in a reduction of military pay and we’re supposed to feel better about that because there will be an adjustment period for those currently enlisted before they see any changes… but don’t expect raises in pay. Healthcare changes are included as well, mostly for retiree’s and especially for the younger vets who are actually lucky enough to be employed.  This goes hand in hand with the huge push for corporations to employ veterans, especially those who are out for more than 6 mths.   I’m sure Mr. Panetta didn’t want to  start coup  by saying they were going to cut the retirement benefits of the currently enlisted…   So he stated they “don’t know what to do” about it just yet, as they didn’t want it to appear on the chopping block.  To avoid the obvious, they made a “commission” to discuss it further.


I’m afraid that BOTH are at a loss for words about this historical budge cut and any candidate will be inclined to make an empty promise, at this point.  The debt will continue to affect the budget, just as it does now and it’s not going to look much different unless our economy is stimulated by taking back the manufacturing industry from overseas, cutting taxes for small business, reforming the legal system rising the cost of healthcare, among other things.  The bottom line is that the money just isn’t there to support all the programs and services people have come to expect and rely on.  Entitlement has become a multi-generational way of life. We don’t take care of each other like we used to,  rather we rely on the government to do it for us.  The longer we are in debt to the world bank, and paying them to make all our products at the same time, the less likely we are to have everything we need and want for our country anyway, so this is the future…its here and now we have to find a way to deal with it.  Its going to affect us all, if it hasn’t already.

I try to look at the silver lining and the good part I see is that we will be a more technologically advanced military with awesome special ops forces who are proven to be more effective than ground troops in  a counterinsurgency strategy.  The sad fact is that tribal populations and other similar type civilizations, don’t understand much about negotiations.  They don’t get what they want and won’t trust an outsider.  Instead they play both sides and ultimately, no one wins. What they do understand and respond to is sad but true… death and destruction.  Also, if we can keep ourselves out of a conflict that would need a huge ground force presence,  we will have less of our children coming home with wounds that would have previously killed them, along with  mind-blowing angst from traumatic stress, causing unbelievable burdens on our heroes, the family and ultimately society.   However, if we must occupy another country for the good of saving our own, we have no choice but to have boots on the ground.  That is the piece that worries me the most about such a drastic downsize of our troops.  It means there may be a time when it has to be drastically increased and I don’t want to see another draft because the way we take care of the troops we do have, is not attractive to recruit and retain.

Bottom line is that I’m not happy about these cuts when there are other places that should be completely disassembled, before our military.  Lets start with downsizing the major agencies that weren’t in existence before 1970 and help the States take care of their own.