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Thoughts of the world in and around me
"A suspicious mind is a healthy mind."
"Foolish are those who fear nothing, yet claim to know everything."
"There is no such thing as innocence, only degrees of guilt."
"Success is commemorated; Failure merely remembered."
"The difference between heresy and treachery is ignorance."
"To admit defeat is to blaspheme against the Emperor."
"A good soldier obeys without question. A good officer commands without doubt."
"There he stood above, in blazing glory, with blazing sword. He came to save us."
From The Chronicles Of The One They Fear

Willie Apiata and another unidentified SAS trooper leave the scene of a gunfight in Kabul, January 2010. Apiata was awarded the Victoria Cross in 2007, and has been the subject of much attention from media outlets, much of it unwanted.
Some sources maintain that the SAS has a 100% mission success rate, which is naturally unconfirmed due to the official policy of secrecy surrounding the unit. Their most recent acknowledged engagement was during a suicide raid on the Inter-Continental Hotel in Kabul, where they cleared the building floor by floor as a helicopter engaged insurgents on the roof.
Two SAS troopers were injured, with the Defence Force describing their injuries as ‘moderate’. Ten Afghan civilians and between six to ten insurgents were killed in the dramatic battle.

German machine gun crew during the Battle of Verdun, 1916.