@FoxNews Thoughts and prayers to the Marines heading down range to Sudan this Christmas. Stay frosty, boys!
— Rusty Shackleford (@dap1510) December 24, 2013
Always first to fight and protect Americans anywhere in the world. Keep these Leathernecks in your prayers. #USMC : http://t.co/S0dMKheZH4
— Tim Hardiman (@ViceroyIandC) December 24, 2013
Praying for Our Marines heading to South Sudan to evacuate 100 Americans and adding security to US Embassy. #USMC http://t.co/lP2zmAPNeP
— Sgt. Rock's Scowl (@CaterW) December 24, 2013
It may be Christmas Eve, but there’s no rest for our men and women in uniform defending freedom and securing peace 24/7/365. Grateful Americans sent up prayers for the U.S. Marines who’ve been dispatched to South Sudan, where civil war has created a deadly catastrophe as thousands seek to flee. Several American servicemen were wounded last week during evacuation efforts.
The 125 troops are suppose to help get embassy personnel out of Southern Sudan after an early attempt ended with the wounding 4 military men
— Kevin Martin (@kevlmar) December 24, 2013
Semper Fi…send the Marines to Sudan and take our Embassy back. These colors don't run.
— K.M. Wallace (@Gents_Standard) December 24, 2013
To all the military that can't be home for Christmas, you're in our thoughts and prayers. #Marines #AirForce#Navy #Army #CoastGuard
— SuperThin Ribbons (@MLLowder) December 23, 2013
May their mission be successful and may they all come home safe and sound.
@BarackObama You can best believe we are watching every move you and your crew make or don't make in South Sudan Embassy. #RememberBenghazi
— Laurie (@DynamicDiffs) December 24, 2013
Obama learned his lesson with Benghazi and is prepositioning 150 US Marines for rapid deployment in South Sudan.
— Bryan Herbert (@KE6ZGP) December 24, 2013
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