CYBER TUESDAY HOLIDAY WISHES TO TROOPS

CYBER TUESDAY HUGE SAVINGS

CYBER TUESDAY 1TAC SENDS HOLIDAY WISHES TO OUR TROOPS!

THANKSGIVING IS OVER BUT WE AREN’T THROUGH GIVING THANKS! 

1TAC SENDS HOLIDAY WISHES TO ALL OUR TROOPS ABROAD AND AT HOME. NO SOLDIER IS LEFT BEHIND EVEN WHEN THEY’VE RETURNED HOME. WE AT 1TAC ARE FOREVER GRATEFUL FOR ALL YOUR SERVICE.

THIS TUESDAY WE CONTINUE OUR ATTACK WITH HUGE SAVINGS. INVENTORY IS LOW. HURRY AND GET YOUR 1TAC GIFT GEAR WHILE YOU CAN! WE HAVE GIFT IDEAS FOR THE WHOLE FAMILY. Sending everyone happy holiday wishes with huge deals.

SAVE 75 – 90% + $50 dollar Shopping Credit

We wanted to give you and your Family more gift ideas, with these HUGE SAVINGS for getting geared up for the Holidays at 1TAC. You will find something for everyone here. Our Inventory is getting low so take advantage of these CYBER TUESDAY SALE items NOW. 

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5 Momentous Military Events That Took Place On Christmas Day

Story Credit thanks Business Insider

 We picked our favorites:

Christmas is one of the most celebrated holidays on earth. But that doesn’t mean that conflicts simply freeze every December 25th. Here’s a look at some of the major military events that have fallen on Christmas, a date with a surprisingly rich history.

1776 — George Washington Crosses The Delaware River

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1776 George Washington crosses the Deleware River

Important events in both of America’s most formative wars — the Revolutionary War and the Civil War — took place on Christmas. Washington led his troops across a 300-yard stretch of the Delaware River in the dead of night between December 25 and 26, 1776. The surprise move would put Washington’s men a 19-mile march away from a garrison of Hessians (German mercenaries hired by the British to help them in their effort to retain a hold on the rebelling colonies) that the Continental Army took completely by surprise.

1868 — US President Andrew Johnson pardons former Confederate soldiers

Andrew Jackson Pardons Soldiers on Christmas
President Andrew Jackson Pardons Soldiers on Christmas

Nearly a century later, on Christmas Day of 1868, US president Andrew Johnson extended a full pardon and amnesty “to all and to every person who, directly or indirectly, participated in the late insurrection or rebellion”.

1914 — German, British, and French soldiers make temporary peace to celebrate Christmas together

British And German Troops celebrate Christmas Day 1914
British And German Troops celebrate Christmas Day 1914

On Christmas Day in 1914, the first Christmas of World War I, soldiers left their trenches to observe the holiday in peace. In the midst of war, soldiers laid down their arms to sing Christmas carols, play soccer, and barter with the cigarettes and sweets they’d received in care packages from the nations they served.

1941 — Japan seizes control of Hong Kong at the expense of the United Kingdom.

Japanese attack Hong Kong on Christmas
British POWs Leaving Hong Kong For Japanese Prison camps

Japan’s aggression during World War II began well before the attack on Pearl Harbor. In 1931, Imperial Japan invaded Manchuria, a vast coastal region in northeast China. In 1937, it made advances on the rest of the country as well. Japan announced the surrender of the colony by radio broadcast on Christmas Day, 1941.

1941 — Admiral Émile Muselier captures Saint Pierre and Miquelon, an archipelago near Canada, for the Free French Forces

Free French Marines
Free French Marines marching along the St. Pierre dock during the occupation on Dec. 26, 1941.

The North American continent does not feature as a hot spot in the events of World War II. But soon after France’s fall to the Nazis, the colonial governor of a few small islands off the coast of Newfoundland started working with the resistance. Writing back to the Vichy government — the Nazi’s puppet regime in France — Baron Gilbert de Bournat wrote of “British pressure to rally to the British or de Gaullist causes.” That pressure would have found sympathizers on the islands. Its population was originally mobilized, in 1939, to help defend France’s mainland, and some ship-owners docked there refused to return to Vichy France. On Christmas Eve, 1941, a small task force under Admiral Émile Muselier stormed the island under the cover of night. They met no resistance and the island’s administrative centers were taken within an hour, eliminating what otherwise could have served as a Nazi outpost deep among Allied nations while giving the Free French cause legitimacy.

MISSION IMPOSSIBLE TO BUY FOR

1TAC has the most unique gift ideas and CYBER TUESDAY SALE for all your shopping needs. Get that special someone who is impossible to buy for something special for the Holidays. 1TAC has just what you’re looking for.

Below is our list of our favorite amazing gift ideas for the impossible to buy for.

Amazing gifts for amazing adventures 1TAC keeps the sales going on CYBER TUESDAY with this HUGE SALE and FREE SHIPPING.
Claim your Holiday discounts here on all things Tactical: BIG 1TAC CYBER TUESDAY SALE

HOLIDAY SHOPPING CAN BE BRUTAL – LET 1TAC  HELP.

1TAC knows how hard it is to get all your Holiday shopping out of the way so that’s why we kept it going with all these savings on our Tactical Gear for this CYBER TUESDAY. Now you can find something for everyone at www.1tac.com. Come to 1TAC and get all your shopping done for the Holidays and get busy planning your next adventure.

5 Best Tactical Holiday Gift Ideas

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1) TC 1200 Tactical Flashlight SHOP HERE

HL 1200 TACTICAL HEADLAMP
HL1200 HEADLAMP

2) HL1200 Tactical Hands Free Headlamp SHOP HERE

3) 1TAC Tactical Pen SHOP HERE

4) 1HYDRO Filtration Bottle System SHOP HERE

5) ParaCord Survival Bracelet SHOP HERE

SAVE 75 – 90% + $50 dollar Shopping Credit

Proper gear – Make sure you have the right equipment. Don’t go running trails in three-year-old sneakers because you were in time crunch. Don’t rake the yard for four hours with no gloves.

Here are some BEST TIPS for night hikes: NIGHT HIKE SAFETY.

Take a hike to get into a perfect position for watching the sunset. Make sure you have the right flashlight and Headlamp!

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