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PEARL HARBOR (Dec. 7, 2011) Pearl Harbor survivor David Shoup looks on at a wreath laying during the 70th anniversary of the attack on Pearl Harbor. Five thousand guests, including 125 Pearl Harbor survivors and other WWII veterans, attended the National Park Service and U.S. Navy-hosted joint memorial ceremony at the Pearl Harbor Visitor Center at the World War II Valor in the Pacific National Monument. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 2nd Class Mark Logico/Released)

 

 

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no, ja jsem nemyslel zrovna vojaky v UK. dlouhodobe je z mistnich zakladen pryc kolem 30% stavu, takze celkem dost znamych a kamaradu rotuje nekde po svete... ti stastnejsi treba Kreta nebo Kuvajt, ti mene stastni Afganistan a predevsim Irak, aspon v poslednich dvou letech. kdyz jim ale reknu, ze jsou "armada", tak mne vzdycky opravi. oni prece nejsou od armady, ale od letectva. dost to rozlisuji (Navy, Army, Air Force). tim chci rict, ze mozna (ale moc sanci tomu nedavam) jsou i predpisy ci vyklad predpisu ruzne.

 

co se tyka "nasich" fousacu, tak je to spis dusledek ceskeho pristupu k predpisum a standardum obecne. co neni zakazano, je povoleno. to uz je muj - zcela soukromy a nepodlozeny - nazor, ale myslim si, ze pokud chce armada u nas ziskat aspon nejakou elementarni uctu, meli by se zacit chovat jinak. ale to je na jinou tematu, tyhle uvahy nad profesionalitou armady CR ;)

 

Cesi pokud vyjizdeji ven,presneji Iraq a Afgghan ,tak se holit nemusi,znam spousty vousacu a nikdy jim nikdo nic nerekl.
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