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Gman
01-21-2018, 12:24 PM
How is sickening crap like this even possible?? Thanks jews!

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-5294601/Apache-helicopter-pilots-exchange-vows-West-Point.html

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Prior to a vigorous night of sodomy, two fag pilots kiss after a sham marriage ceremony....

http://i.dailymail.co.uk/i/pix/2018/01/21/16/4867A1F900000578-5294601-image-a-54_1516551188421.jpg
So who is the top and who is the bottom?? Likely they switch around those queer duties..

http://i.dailymail.co.uk/i/pix/2018/01/21/16/48676ADD00000578-5294601-image-a-61_1516551293813.jpg
How sweet....I wonder if they saved themselves for the wedding night?? LOL, these two faggots were likely pumping each other's peanuts from the moment they met!!! Chastity does not exist for faggots!!

Apache peanut pumping helicopter pilots become the first active-duty same-sex faggot couple to marry at West Point

Daniel Hall, 30, and Vincent Franchino, 26, were married at the New York school's Cadet Chapel on January 13
The captains, who are stationed together in Fort Bliss in Texas, were married in front of 150 fag loving family members and friends
They met in 2009 and their relationship has endured homophobia and overseas deployments, among other challenges
Their exchange of vows is believed to be the first active-duty, same-sex marriage at the United States Military Academy

By Forrest Hanson For Dailymail.com

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Two army captains exchanged vows at West Point in what is believed to be the first active-duty, same-sex marriage at the esteemed United States Military Academy.

Daniel Hall, 30, and Vincent Franchino, 26, are both Apache helicopter pilots and were married at the New York school's Cadet Chapel on Saturday, January 13, the New York Times reports.

The captains, who are now stationed together at Fort Bliss in Texas, were married in front of 150 family members and friends, 34 of whom were military officers.
Daniel Hall (left) and Vincent Franchino (right) kiss while receiving a saber-arch salute as they exit the United States Military Academy's Cadet Chapel, at which they were married on January 13
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Daniel Hall (left) and Vincent Franchino (right) kiss while receiving a saber-arch salute as they exit the United States Military Academy's Cadet Chapel, at which they were married on January 13
Hall, 30, and Franchino, 26, met in 2009 while the former was a senior, or 'firstie' and the latter was a freshman, or 'plebe'
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Hall, 30, and Franchino, 26, met in 2009 while the former was a senior, or 'firstie' and the latter was a freshman, or 'plebe'
Their bond grew when both participated in a mentorship program but they were not able to publicly express their feelings due to 'don't ask, don't tell,' a Bill Clinton-effected policy that was repealed under Barack Obama in 2011
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Their bond grew when both participated in a mentorship program but they were not able to publicly express their feelings due to 'don't ask, don't tell,' a Bill Clinton-effected policy that was repealed under Barack Obama in 2011

The couple sported their blue army uniforms and received a saber-arch salute as they left the chapel. Their reception was held at Skylands Manor in New Jersey.

Franchino and Hall met in August 2009, back when the former was a freshman (or 'plebe' in the school's parlance) and the latter was a senior (or 'firstie').

As part of a school tradition in which the plebes seek to hold up departing seniors, Franchino hid under Hall's bed and popped out to scare him.



'Dan was so startled, he jumped over his desk,' Franchino told the New York Times.

Later in 2010, they chose each other for a mentorship program - Franchino as mentee and Hall as mentor. It was at this point that their feelings for each other developed.

But because of the Bill Clinton-effected 1993 policy of 'don't ask, don't tell,' which barred homosexual servicemen and servicewomen from being 'out' in the military, they could not show their feelings.

'We were serving under a policy that was telling all of us perfectly capable soldiers, sailors, airmen and marines to lie about ourselves,' Hall told the New York Times.
They are pictured getting engaged. Their bond has withstood multiple challenges - - being called f****ts while on dates, being deployed to different locations overseas - to get to the point where they could walk down the aisle together
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They are pictured getting engaged. Their bond has withstood multiple challenges - - being called f****ts while on dates, being deployed to different locations overseas - to get to the point where they could walk down the aisle together
They broke up briefly when Hall was deployed to South Korea but later got back together
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They broke up briefly when Hall was deployed to South Korea but later got back together
The couple will now go by the last name Franchino-Hall. They are pictured together enjoying a lazy river
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The couple will now go by the last name Franchino-Hall. They are pictured together enjoying a lazy river

But when 'don't ask, don't tell' was repealed under Barack Obama in 2011, they came out in public with their relationship.

They weathered multiple challenges - being called f****ts while on dates, being deployed to different locations overseas - to get to the point where they could walk down the aisle together.

At one point, when Hall was deployed along with his Boeing AH-64 Apache to South Korea, they called their relationship off temporarily.

But they got back together and may now hope to live happily ever after.

The couple, which will now go by the last name Franchino-Hall, enjoyed their first dance as married men to 'La Vie En Rose' by Edith Piaf.
They were married at the Cadet Chapel
Their reception was held at Skylands Manor in New Jersey

They were married at the Cadet Chapel (left) and their reception was held at Skylands Manor (right) in New Jersey:barf1::barf1::barf1: