In a year of presidential politics, the biggest news is the death of one of the most beloved American heroes.
For the last few years, there’s been a lot of speculation about what might have happened to the American flag.
We know that there was an American flag on fire in Iraq in 2003.
We also know that a man in Texas was carrying a white flag and he was shot and killed by an off-duty police officer.
We’ve seen a number of other examples of American flag burnings.
And we’ve also seen a series of bizarre events in which American flags have been damaged or destroyed.
Now comes the latest case of an American citizen who went to great lengths to protect an American symbol.
We may never know who killed Chris Kyle.
We can only speculate.
We don’t know what happened to him.
We won’t know until we hear from the families of his friends and loved ones.
So we’re asking you to help us put together this timeline to figure out exactly what happened in the life of Chris Kyle and his American flag, and what could have happened had he lived to tell the story.
And in the meantime, here are the facts: Kyle, who served as a member of the U.S. Army, was killed by a sniper in 2003 during a tour of duty in Iraq.
He was a decorated four-star Army general who served in both Iraq and Afghanistan.
Kyle was in Iraq for the first time in March 2003 when he led the unit to seize an Iraqi city, Fallujah.
There, he commanded an infantry division, which included the U .
Marines, who were training the Iraqis.
Kyle and other American soldiers were told that they were about to capture Fallujah and then would take it back to the United States.
The U.N. troops, however, told Kyle and others that they would capture Falluja and hold it for the U – Americans.
Kyle did not follow orders, but he was killed.
On April 15, 2003, Kyle’s body was recovered from a riverbed in Iraq by the Iraqi government, who then buried him.
Kyle’s mother, Patty, has said that her son was killed because he had no choice.
The Iraqi government later claimed that Kyle was killed after he gave information to the U.-Americans.
He had been shot and wounded in the head.
The Pentagon said that Kyle’s gun was found in a pool of blood.
Kyle has been hailed as a hero by many who served with him and by his family.
The fact that he was a member.
of the American military was the first to recognize that the flag was a symbol of American strength, and that it was an idealistic symbol to which all of us can aspire.
We should also remember that, while Kyle was the only American in Iraq, he did not have a single U. S. flag on his uniform.
His unit was divided into units called the 6th and 7th Special Forces Groups.
Kyle served as the 6.
On the day of his death, Kyle was wounded and then captured.
The 9th Special Operations Group, commanded by Lieutenant Colonel Mark Green, was deployed to capture him.
Lieutenant Colonel Green said Kyle’s commandos used a sniper rifle to kill Kyle and then took him to a nearby military compound where he was given a water pistol.
Kyle then had to walk in a stream, and he died on the water’s edge, Lieutenant Colonel Brown said.
Kyle had no idea that his life was in danger.
He said that he didn’t know that the sniper rifle was loaded and that the bullets were so hot that they could be heard from hundreds of yards away.
He later learned that his weapon was a 9mm semiautomatic pistol.
The rifle had an extra round in the chamber and had been left with Kyle by his commanding officer.
Green said he did everything in his power to try to get Kyle back to his base in Fallujah, but that Kyle refused to come with them.
Lieutenant General Green said that the military has been told by the U-S.
military that they are “completely and totally in control of the events” that led to Kyle’s death.
We have no idea how the American Army managed to capture and hold Kyle, Lt.
General Brown said, but it was a very difficult mission and he felt as though he had done something that would ultimately prove a big mistake.
There is also the matter of his mother.
In 2005, after months of rumors, Kyle told his mother that he had killed himself and was trying to make a deal with the government.
He did not want to kill himself, he said, so he told her that he wanted to surrender to them.
When he reached his mother’s home in North Carolina, he found that his car was missing.
He drove back to Fallujah to find it empty.
He told his wife, Patty Green, that he’d shot himself in the back of the head, and she told him that she believed him.
She said that they planned to go to prison, but were told by