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The U.S. government used the term "Operation Enduring Freedom - Afghanistan" to officially describe the War in Afghanistan, from the period between October 2001 and December 2014.Continued operations in Afghanistan by the United States' military forces, both non-combat and combat, now occur under the name Operation Freedom's Sentinel.
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The 172nd Infantry Brigade was an infantry brigade of the United States Army headquartered at Grafenwöhr, Germany. An active duty separate brigade, it was part of V Corps and was one of five active-duty, separate, combat brigades in the U.S. Army before its most recent inactivation on 31 May 2013. First activated in 1917, the brigade was deployed to France during World War I and used to reinforce front-line units. The brigade's actions in France during that time are not completely clear. It would later be converted to a reconnaissance unit that was deployed during World War II and saw several months of combat in the European Theater. The brigade has multiple tours of duty in Operation Iraqi Freedom from 2005 until 2006 and from 2008 until 2010 and in Operation Enduring Freedom from 2011 until 2012. Its infamous 16-month deployment was one of the longest deployments for a unit serving in the OIF campaign. Most recently the brigade served an 12-month tour in Afghanistan from 2011 until 2012.
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I'm a Veteran and I can tell you the most annoying thing is hearing people remember the Vets only once or twice a year. If you want to make a difference with Veterans, it's important to realize that acknowledging them only a few times a year is problematic. Help Vets. Listen to Vets. Support Vets. Hire Vets.
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Warning: This shirt is so full of Freedom, it may affect you in unintended ways. We are not responsible for your actions while wearing this shirt, no matter how free you think you are. While wearing this shirt to work, you are not free to do anything you want, like parking your bike inside your cubicle. While wearing this shirt at a black tie dinner party, you are not free to see if the chandelier will hold your weight. While wearing this shirt grocery shopping, you are not free to "sample" whatever you want. Especially not the rum...Todd, stop sampling the rum. Wear this shirt, and feel the freedom course through your veins, but enjoy it responsibly.
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