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Cylon Centurion: By your command. Imperious Leader: Speak, Centurion. Cylon Centurion: All base ships are now in range to attack the Colonies. Imperious Leader: The final annihilation of the lifeform known a Man. Let the attack begin.
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the orville, orville, seth mcfarlane, seth macfarlane, ed mercer, captain ed mercer, kelly grayson, gordon malloy, bortus, kitan, star trek, star wars, space, nerd, nerd shirtthe orville, orville, seth mcfarlane, seth macfarlane, ed mercer, captain ed mercer, kelly grayson, gordon malloy, bortus, kitan, star trek, star wars, space, nerd, nerd shirt
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The 63d Regional Support Command is responsible for the base and administrative support of all United States Army Reserve units throughout the seven-state region of southwestern United States including California, Nevada, Arizona, New Mexico, Oklahoma, Texas and Arkansas. Although the 63d Regional Readiness Command located in Los Alamitos, CA was not authorized to carry the lineage of the 63d Infantry Division, the creation of the new 63d Regional Support Command in Moffett Field, CA authorizes it to inherit the lineage and the bi-color red and blue background 63d Infantry Division flag as an exception to policy. The unit was deactivated on 6 December 2009 and replaced by the 79th Sustainment Support Command, and was reactivated as a regional support command.
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the GHQ reserve patch was worn at Toccoa, for small units not yet assigned to a division, the Airborne Command patch was created for small, non-divisional Airborne units. As such, the 506th wore this patch for a few months in early 1943, while stationed at Camp Mackall, N.C. This was after they completed jump school, but before they joined the 101st Airborne Division at Ft Bragg, N.C., becoming members by attachment. At that time, the 506th began to wear the eagle patch.
Special Operations Command Korea or SOCKOR, the United States (U.S.) Theater Special Operations Command (TSOC) in the Republic of Korea (ROK), is a Sub-Unified Command assigned under the Combatant Command (COCOM) of United States Special Operations Command (USSOCOM), who delegated Operational Command (OPCON) of SOCKOR to the U.S. Pacific Command (PACOM) Commander, who further delegated OPCON of SOCKOR to the United States Forces Korea (USFK) Commander.
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The 56th Field Artillery Command was a brigade size element of the United States Army. The unit was constituted in 1942 with the last period of active service being 1970 through 1991. It was the only unit to field the nuclear Pershing missile system. This unique mission required an almost "Super Brigade" status which the Army accommodated in several regards. Their inactivation in June 1991 was in some measure a consequence of their own success. The culmination of their duties was to act, as directed, in accordance with the INF Treaty, as the United States eliminated her intermediate range nuclear forces.
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When my Dad was a teenager, he, my uncle and my late grandpa opened up a little joint at the Lake of the Ozarks on the Bagnell Dam strip here in Missouri. They had a few pool tables, some pinball games and a bowling game similar to shuffle board but on a smaller scale. I've always heard about this place but never got to see it. They were only open for one summer, the Summer of '69. The only thing he's had for all these years were memories and three photos. So between my brother and I, we put our heads together and decided to get him something he could wear proudly. I designed the graphics and between us we got it printed just in time for his birthday.
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No design flaw here! Built in 1975, the Hartford Civic Center seated 10,507 for hockey, and served as the home of the (then) New England Whalers. In the early morning on January 18, 1978, the weight of the snow from a heavy storm coupled with a faulty roof design caused the Civic Center roof to collapse. There were no injuries. The building was heavily renovated and re-opened January 1980. In December 2007, the Center was renamed when the arena's naming rights were sold to XL Group insurance company.
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