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Earth Defense Force is a series of third-person shooter video games.
In 2013, radio waves from deep space are picked up by scientists, proving the existence of extraterrestrial life. The Earth Defense Force, a unified multinational military sponsored by nearly every country, is founded a few years later, in case the aliens prove to be hostile. In each of the games the player assumes the role of an EDF soldier during an alien invasion.
Efforts to conquer space began in earnest in the early 1960s when the first U.S. manned spacecraft Freedom 7 was successfully launched and recovered May 5, 1961. Both Astronaut Alan Shepard and the Freedom 7 were flown safely by helicopter to the deck of the USS Lake Champlain within 11 minutes of landing. With that successful recovery, President John F. Kennedy challenged the nation to land men on the moon and return them safely to earth before 1970.
Space Program drives Navy to reorganization. In answer to the challenge, NASA launched the Apollo Space Program. It soon became apparent that supporting the space program would be a significant priority for the Navy. Indeed, support of the space program and the launching of its own satellite navigation systems drove a number of organizational changes within the Navy. Along with some existing challenges the Navy had been battling for some time.
originally posted by: TDawg61
Id have thought with all that super space tech this guy couldn't manage 1 picture to back up his claims.Guess not.
The ex-naval infantryman, who uses the pseudonym Captain Kaye, says he was posted to the Red Planet to protect five human colonies from indigenous Martian life forms.
He claims he then spent nearly three years serving in a secret 'space fleet' run by a multinational organization called the Earth Defense Force, which recruits military personnel from countries including the US, Russia and China.
Captain Kaye says he retired after a 20 year tour of duty, describing a retirement ceremony on the moon that he claims was presided over by VIPs including ex-Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld.
navel infantryman? Yep go tell a US Marine that. Sure a lot of who can make that argument that that's what the Marine Corps. is, but you'll never hear anyone use that term (well at least not in the Marines)
Up until the 1970s, competency as naval infantry—sailors performing as infantry, and sometimes providing land based artillery support—was an integral part of the Navy’s operations and mission.
originally posted by: stormcell
originally posted by: butcherguy
I know this is WAY out there.
Way, way out there.
Only the Sunday Sport has the exclusive that a B-52 had crash-landed on the Moon.
originally posted by: MarlinGrace
a reply to: butcherguy
There was a Project Camelot interview with a guy who said they had what looked like an elevator. You walk in one door the step straight out the other door and you're on Mars. This is just as crazy maybe the same guy with a different name. I don't know, I am sure they are both Colorado Residents with a thirst for bong water.