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Woah, holy fuck. RIP man. Blue skys!
10 months ago on Chris Kyle, Another Brother Lost
@BrandonWebb It took me forever to find this, but this is basically a good guide to the AMA. https://docs.google.com/file/d/0B324Hj3W77gJa25OZ093RzBXVjA/edit?pli=1
1 year, 4 months ago on Inside the Team Room Episode 13: Death and Sacrifice
@BrandonWebb I suppose I should explain Reddit a bit more. Reddit is a community of subcommunitys or "subreddits". These subreddits can range from almost any topic, including guns, military, music, computers ect. The IAMA subreddit is there for you to allow people to ask you questions. As an example, someone said here ( http://www.reddit.com/r/IAmA/comments/i3s61/iama_former_navy_seal/ ) That he was a former Navy SEAL. The mods contacted other SEALS who could varify his claim (including Don Shipley, if I'm not mistaken), and then he was asked questions about it. So, say you did a SOFREP AMA. You would post as you did before, with maybe a title of "We are SOFREP, a collection of people from all Special Operations branches. Ask us Almost Anything." You could have the contributors of SOFREP make an account, and you all answer questions about your respective branches. You could also post your content links, in www.reddit.com/r/military regarding the military, or maybe www.reddit.com/r/worldnews for posts that have to do with news. If you need any more help, just ask and I'll hit you up through your Facebook. Reddit is an awesome place to promote, an has subreddits for every type of person.
Awesome as usual. Brandon, you should consider doing an AMA (ask me anything) with the SOFREP crew on http://www.reddit.com/r/IAmA It would be a great place to get more exposure to the site and SOF in general.
I've always been quite curious about the opinions of people in the field in pertaining to things like the Patriot Act, the proposed NDAA and ect. Dose it make you all feel safer? Do you think that it's worth the cost in personal freedom? I am personally quite critical of it, but that is in part because I just don't know of all that many cases of success. Any of you SOF dudes mind offering your take on it?
1 year, 5 months ago on 1st Amendment Rights More Important Than Scum Bags Like Xavier Alvarez