The Romans had “boots on the ground,” as modern warmongers say, all over the ancient World. But to find a boot print nearly 2,000 years later is extremely rare. Michael Eisenberg and the Hippos-Sussita Excavations Project this past season were excavating a defensive bastion at the military outpost when noticed a number of imprints that were left by Roman military boots while their owners were walking over the mortar before it had dried. The fort was under construction in the 1st century AD.
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Boots on the Ground: Obama to Send 3,000 US Troops to Fight Ebola Posted by Jim Hoft on Tuesday, September 16, 2014, 1:20 PM President Obama will announce Tuesday that the U.S. military will take the lead in overseeing what has been a chaotic and widely criticized response to the worst Ebola outbreak in history, dispatching up to 3,000 military personnel to West Africa in an effort that could cost up to $750 million over the next six months, according to senior administration officials.
Afghanistan on the Bounce: Boots on the Ground with the U.S. Military and the International Security Assistance Force — Beyond the high tension of combat, it’s the day-to-day trivialities of troop life—chow lines, religious services, kicking around a soccer ball—that lift this book to rare heights. Read our review: http://fwdrv.ws/1tBDhb6
Nearly four months—and over 1,000 bombings—into the U.S.-led military operations in Iraq and Syria, U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry has vowed to wage war on ISIS "as long as it takes to prevail." But as the White House continues to side-step meaningful debate in Congress, while expanding air strikes and boots-on-the-ground indefinitely, analysts warn that the war "is already lost."
It boggles the imagination that America's 'most important ally' in the region has not put boots on the ground against ISIS. In a new ranking released by Business Insider, Israel has the most powerful military in the Middle East. It also ranked 1st in the region in military strength in the world by Global Firepower, which did not even include Israel's nuclear capability at the time of the ranking.
CODEPINK: Take Action Now! President Obama has been conducting airstrike in Iraq and even has over 1,000 boot on the ground, and now he is threatening to begin airstrikes in Syria–– all without Congressional approval. US military intervention in the region has historically been counterproductive. Tell President Obama: Don’t bomb Syria or Iraq!