A Canadian special operations soldier descends in front of Mt. Rainier onto Fort Lewis, Wash., after jumping with U.S. 1st Special Forces Group Soldiers Dec. 2 during Menton week. The week-long celebration leads up to the 65th annual Menton Day, which commemorates the inactivation of the combined U.S. and Canadian First Special Service Force on Dec 5, 1944. A special celebration: U.S., Canadian special forces commemorate combined efforts during WWII /-news/2009/12/11/31697-a-special-celebration-us-canadian-special-forces-commemorate-combined-efforts-during-wwii/index.html

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A Canadian special operations soldier descends in front of Mt. Rainier onto Fort Lewis, Wash., after jumping with U.S. 1st Special Forces Group Soldiers Dec. 2 during Menton week. The week-long celebration leads up to the 65th annual Menton Day, which commemorates the inactivation of the combined U.S. and Canadian First Special Service Force on Dec 5, 1944. A special celebration: U.S., Canadian special forces commemorate combined efforts during WWII /-news/2009/12/11/31697-a-special-celebration-us-canadian-special-forces-commemorate-combined-efforts-during-wwii/index.html
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