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Is Budweiser filming a Super Bowl commercial in Elgin?

Is Budweiser filming a Super Bowl commercial in Elgin?



2018-01-13T00:47:49+0000

It kinda seems like it.

Tis the season. NFL playoffs season, that is.


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In July of 1959, the Viet Cong killed two American soldiers and wounded a third in an ambush at a South Vietnamese army camp in the small town of Bien Hoa about 20 miles northeast of Saigon.

The Viet Cong had been regularly assassinating South Vietnamese officials, but except for a single 1957 incident they had refrained from attacking Americans. The Bien Hoa assault signaled that they were refraining no longer.

Killed that day were Maj. Dale Richard Buis and Master Sgt. Chester M. Ovnand. Both of the slain Americans were career military men. Born in Pender, Nebraska, in 1921, Maj. Buis had served in World War II and Korea. He’d been at Bien Hoa only two days, and the night he was killed, he was showing his new comrades pictures of his three young sons, who were back home with his wife in Imperial Beach, California. Master Sgt. Ovnand, 45, had just written a letter to his wife back in Copperas Cove, Texas. He was the first Texan casualty of the war.

This weekend, you can view their names along with 58,307 other fallen service members as part of the Traveling Vietnam Memorial Wall exhibit at the Camp Mabry Open House and Air Show event. The event runs April 21st and 22nd from 8AM to 5PM and is free and open to the public.
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In July of 1959, the Viet Cong killed two American soldiers and wounded a third in an ambush at a South Vietnamese army camp in the small town of Bien Hoa about 20 miles northeast of Saigon.

The Viet Cong had been regularly assassinating South Vietnamese officials, but except for a single 1957 incident they had refrained from attacking Americans. The Bien Hoa assault signaled that they were refraining no longer.

Killed that day were Maj. Dale Richard Buis and Master Sgt. Chester M. Ovnand. Both of the slain Americans were career military men. Born in Pender, Nebraska, in 1921, Maj. Buis had served in World War II and Korea. He’d been at Bien Hoa only two days, and the night he was killed, he was showing his new comrades pictures of his three young sons, who were back home with his wife in Imperial Beach, California. Master Sgt. Ovnand, 45, had just written a letter to his wife back in Copperas Cove, Texas. He was the first Texan casualty of the war.

This weekend, you can view their names along with 58,307 other fallen service members as part of the Traveling Vietnam Memorial Wall exhibit at the Camp Mabry Open House and Air Show event. The event runs April 21st and 22nd from 8AM to 5PM and is free and open to the public.

Not for a season, but for life!!

I will be a always be a DIE HARD!!
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Not for a season, but for life!! 

I will be a always be a DIE HARD!!

 

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Jerry Jones is making it harder but ok.This Super Bowl drought is pretty long.My tickets to the bowl $ has alot of dust building.

i have been a fan all my life, although Jerry Jones had me questioning my faith a few times.. all my favorite players are almost all out.. these newbies... please renew my faith...♡

Then, now, and forever a COWBOYS fan !! 🏈🏈

The inconsistent play of the Cowboys over the past few years is making this harder to admit.

From the womb to the tomb a Cowboys fan forever

Loyal , no matter what hope to see them this year against Texans ☆☆☆☆☆☆☆☆☆☆☆

Dallas fan for life.

DAMN RIGHT I AM A COWBOYS FAN 4LIFE!!!!

My Family and I Love our Boyz. Always have and always will. God bless y'all.

You got that right

Cowboys No. 1 Always 😊❤

Always a die hard fan

Dallas Cowboy Fan 4 Life

That is true

That’s me!

yes, jerry jones is making it very hard.

I'm a fan Die Hard

Me to

COWBOYS FAN......

4 Life 💙💙💙

Luv me sum Wit☆☆☆☆☆☆

You got that right

We are DC4L

My Son Terry Martin is a die hard Cowboy fan.

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18 hours ago

Only In Texas

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A long exposure shot snapped at Loughridge Lake in Fort Worth. Photo by Jeff Mathews.

 

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Where is this in Ft. Worth?

Yeah I never heard of it and I was born and raised in Cowtown!

Awesome 😍 I love it!!

How beautiful this rive is, so peaceful

Where is this?

Is this for real 😳😍

Gorgeoys.

Carissa Bullard

3 days ago

Only In Texas

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Beautiful Bluebonnets captured near La Grange by Celia Cecilia.‎

 

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Taken on lake Buchanan, TX on a very windy day. For more like this please visit my page at: www.facebook.com/BonsPics

My mother always talked about blue bonnet how beautiful there are.. She was from TX . she passed away in CA. They are so beautiful.. A loving daughter..

Since I was in Texas, I fell in love with these flowers, deep in my heart of TEXAS <3 <3 <3 psst: I am from Denmark.

Blue Bonnets every where and still beautiful

La Grange!! My family's land grant from Mexico!!!

❤️

Beautiful!

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