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MessageSujet: Re: soldates du monde en photos   Dim 13 Déc 2009 - 12:57

T'inquiète pas Glaive, c'était juste pour faire la blague...



PS: Au passage, de ce coté du monde aussi, on sait s'amuser

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MessageSujet: Re: soldates du monde en photos   Dim 13 Déc 2009 - 16:07

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sa fantasme ''dur'' chez certains utilisateurs ah si vous pouviez connaitre les soirée permission sur la plage le samedi soir
Non mais t'as vu combien elles sont mignonnes cyclops Il y a de quoi fantasmer à fond
Je comprends Hell quand il se demande comment peut-on haïr de si belles créatures Cool
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MessageSujet: Re: soldates du monde en photos   Dim 13 Déc 2009 - 19:00

ici, c'est mon sujet préféré

c'est celui que je consultes en premier ....
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MessageSujet: Re: soldates du monde en photos   Dim 13 Déc 2009 - 23:35







Edit Fahed64: Crepitator, sur la dernière photo il n'y avait rien de militaire sinon un simple pistolet. le cliché était vulgaire et malsain. Ce topic à pour but de montrer les femmes soldats pas d'assouvir ses phantasme Evil or Very Mad Evil or Very Mad

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MessageSujet: Re: soldates du monde en photos   Mar 15 Déc 2009 - 18:40

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MessageSujet: Re: soldates du monde en photos   Mer 16 Déc 2009 - 15:56


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MessageSujet: Re: soldates du monde en photos   Ven 18 Déc 2009 - 15:48




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MessageSujet: Re: soldates du monde en photos   Sam 19 Déc 2009 - 13:33



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MessageSujet: Re: soldates du monde en photos   Sam 19 Déc 2009 - 13:49

Le french cancan comme méthode d'entrainement, ils n'ont pas froid aux yeux les autrichiens!
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MessageSujet: Re: soldates du monde en photos   Dim 10 Jan 2010 - 23:19






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MessageSujet: Re: soldates du monde en photos   Ven 22 Jan 2010 - 19:21





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MessageSujet: Re: soldates du monde en photos   Sam 30 Jan 2010 - 16:20




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MessageSujet: soldates du monde en photos   Jeu 6 Mai 2010 - 5:46

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BAGHDAD — It's not difficult to find a service member who can speak two or possibly even three languages, but it's nearly impossible to find one who speaks five different ones, and fluently.

For Moroccan-born Spc. Ikram Mansori, who now calls San Francisco home, being fluent in Arabic, French, Spanish, Moroccan and English has served her well during her 12-month deployment to Iraq.

When Mansori enlisted in the U.S. Army in 2007, she committed herself to be a truck driver. However, because of her language skills, senior leaders of her unit felt she would be a valued asset serving as a linguist. Mansori currently serves with the 3rd Brigade Combat Team, 82nd Airborne Division.

Growing up in the town of Youssoufia, Morocco, Mansori thrived as a student learning several languages while living with her father. When she became a junior in high school, Mansori put a lot of thought into her future and what colleges would best suit her. Feeling that the U.S. offered her the best opportunity, Mansori moved in with her mother in San Francisco in the summer of 2004. Despite that fact that she did not speak English very well, Mansori pushed herself to learn the language and fulfill her goal of attending an American university.

"At that time I knew very little English, but I wanted to finish high school in the U.S. in order to go to a four-year university where I could get a degree" said Mansori. "After a year of being in the U.S., I could speak English well."

Mansori went on to graduate high school and attended college at the University of California, Davis for her freshman year. In order to support herself, Mansori said she worked as a waitress at an Italian restaurant. While Mansori was working on her degree, her mother introduced her to a friend who just so happened to be an Army recruiter. Meeting the recruiter started to make her think about military service.

"The recruiter was a friend of my mom's and they were both encouraging me to join. I saw it as a great opportunity," she said.

With that encouragement, Mansori decided to take a break from her studies and enlist in the Army as a truck driver. Despite her language skills, becoming a truck driver offered her an immediate incentive.

"I became a truck driver because the job came with such a large sign-on-bonus," she said. "However, I still planned on taking the DLPT [Defense Language Proficiency Test] and becoming a qualified linguist."

After finishing her individual training, Mansori obtained her Army Linguist Certification and attended the Army's Airborne School. Jumping out of a plane was something that intrigued her.

"I went airborne because I wanted to serve with the 82nd Airborne Division," she said. "I knew how often the 82nd gets deployed and I wanted to go to another country and experience new things."

Being deployed since December 2008 with the 3rd Brigade in Baghdad, Mansori has been able to see much of the change in the country. She says that she will never forget the people or the places she has seen while deployed. Because of her ability to speak Arabic she's had the chance to communicate with the Iraqi people.

"It's amazing that people on the other side of the world are just like everyone else. The Iraqi people just want a better place to live and work. I believe the majority of the Iraqi people want us around to help," said Mansori.

Mansori currently serves in the brigade's command group as a linguist to the command sergeant major for the brigade.

"When I'm not working in the office or assisting the command team, I'm usually out on patrols and humanitarian missions helping the paratroopers communicate with the Iraqi people. I don't have one favorite experience in Iraq because every time I dismount on a patrol I know I'm going to have the best experience," she said.

With her deployment coming to an end, Mansori is excited to return home and see her family especially her 11-year-old brother.

"My little brother is recovering from an incident that happened earlier this year, I miss him and can't wait to go home and take him snowboarding once he's better," she said.

In the future Mansori would like to become an officer in the Army where she hopes to serve as a language cultural advisor or to go back to school and eventually choose a career. Mansori looks forward to becoming a U.S. citizen later this fall.


il me semble que c'est la section la plus ideale...

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MessageSujet: Re: soldates du monde en photos   Jeu 6 Mai 2010 - 12:36


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MessageSujet: Re: soldates du monde en photos   Jeu 6 Mai 2010 - 18:37

Yakuza a écrit:

[url=http://far-maroc.forumpro.fr/informations-internationales-f2/des-gis-venus-du-maroc-t2039.htm
http://far-maroc.forumpro.fr/informations-internationales-f2/des-gis-venus-du-maroc-t2039.htm[/quote[/url]]


Merci yak..je m'en souviendrais ( de la section ) et sorry pour le double.

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MessageSujet: Re: soldates du monde en photos   Ven 21 Mai 2010 - 14:19




Sgt. Kimberly Snyder (second from the left) competes in the 2010 Palmetto Cup figure competition class B in Columbia, May 15. Snyder finished the competition in second place. Photo by Pfc. Justin Boling


J’aimerais bien faire un petit combat corps à corps avec elle

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MessageSujet: Re: soldates du monde en photos   Mer 16 Juin 2010 - 15:22

Désolé pour le hs mais pour moi c'est la plus belle de toute.

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MessageSujet: Re: soldates du monde en photos   Mer 23 Juin 2010 - 11:59

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MessageSujet: Re: soldates du monde en photos   Mer 23 Juin 2010 - 12:29

oula,je dois faire attention dans les champs What a Face

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MessageSujet: Re: soldates du monde en photos   Mer 30 Juin 2010 - 7:44

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MessageSujet: Re: soldates du monde en photos   Mer 30 Juin 2010 - 9:34

Waouhhhhhhhhhhh!!!!!!!!!!!
AH les chinoises,hummmmmmmmm............ .
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MessageSujet: soldates du monde en photos   Mer 30 Juin 2010 - 11:41

Super ..la rigeur et discipline chinoise..ce pleton s'est entrainè pendant des semaines pour avoir ce resultat...une perfection d'execution presque maniacale.

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MessageSujet: Re: soldates du monde en photos   Jeu 10 Nov 2011 - 16:31

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BAGHDAD — It's not difficult to find a service member who can speak two or possibly even three languages, but it's nearly impossible to find one who speaks five different ones, and fluently.

For Moroccan-born Spc. Ikram Mansori, who now calls San Francisco home, being fluent in Arabic, French, Spanish, Moroccan and English has served her well during her 12-month deployment to Iraq.

When Mansori enlisted in the U.S. Army in 2007, she committed herself to be a truck driver. However, because of her language skills, senior leaders of her unit felt she would be a valued asset serving as a linguist. Mansori currently serves with the 3rd Brigade Combat Team, 82nd Airborne Division.

Growing up in the town of Youssoufia, Morocco, Mansori thrived as a student learning several languages while living with her father. When she became a junior in high school, Mansori put a lot of thought into her future and what colleges would best suit her. Feeling that the U.S. offered her the best opportunity, Mansori moved in with her mother in San Francisco in the summer of 2004. Despite that fact that she did not speak English very well, Mansori pushed herself to learn the language and fulfill her goal of attending an American university.

"At that time I knew very little English, but I wanted to finish high school in the U.S. in order to go to a four-year university where I could get a degree" said Mansori. "After a year of being in the U.S., I could speak English well."

Mansori went on to graduate high school and attended college at the University of California, Davis for her freshman year. In order to support herself, Mansori said she worked as a waitress at an Italian restaurant. While Mansori was working on her degree, her mother introduced her to a friend who just so happened to be an Army recruiter. Meeting the recruiter started to make her think about military service.

"The recruiter was a friend of my mom's and they were both encouraging me to join. I saw it as a great opportunity," she said.

With that encouragement, Mansori decided to take a break from her studies and enlist in the Army as a truck driver. Despite her language skills, becoming a truck driver offered her an immediate incentive.

"I became a truck driver because the job came with such a large sign-on-bonus," she said. "However, I still planned on taking the DLPT [Defense Language Proficiency Test] and becoming a qualified linguist."

After finishing her individual training, Mansori obtained her Army Linguist Certification and attended the Army's Airborne School. Jumping out of a plane was something that intrigued her.

"I went airborne because I wanted to serve with the 82nd Airborne Division," she said. "I knew how often the 82nd gets deployed and I wanted to go to another country and experience new things."

Being deployed since December 2008 with the 3rd Brigade in Baghdad, Mansori has been able to see much of the change in the country. She says that she will never forget the people or the places she has seen while deployed. Because of her ability to speak Arabic she's had the chance to communicate with the Iraqi people.

"It's amazing that people on the other side of the world are just like everyone else. The Iraqi people just want a better place to live and work. I believe the majority of the Iraqi people want us around to help," said Mansori.

Mansori currently serves in the brigade's command group as a linguist to the command sergeant major for the brigade.

"When I'm not working in the office or assisting the command team, I'm usually out on patrols and humanitarian missions helping the paratroopers communicate with the Iraqi people. I don't have one favorite experience in Iraq because every time I dismount on a patrol I know I'm going to have the best experience," she said.

With her deployment coming to an end, Mansori is excited to return home and see her family especially her 11-year-old brother.

"My little brother is recovering from an incident that happened earlier this year, I miss him and can't wait to go home and take him snowboarding once he's better," she said.

In the future Mansori would like to become an officer in the Army where she hopes to serve as a language cultural advisor or to go back to school and eventually choose a career. Mansori looks forward to becoming a U.S. citizen later this fall.


il me semble que c'est la section la plus ideale...
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MessageSujet: Re: soldates du monde en photos   Sam 9 Juin 2012 - 19:20

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