A short clipart in which an ambulance is used as a weapon to make a point.
It was created in the early 90s and was later used to protest the Vietnam War and the US occupation of Iraq.
The clipart can be found in numerous places on the internet, including in the artworks of artists like Michael Moore, whose The Matrix was filmed on a helicopter.
The graphic features a helicopter pilot shooting at the body of a soldier, who, in turn, fires at the pilot.
Moore has said he wanted to show “a very realistic depiction of what an ambulance looks like” at the time.
The military, however, took issue with the depiction of a helicopter, calling it “a symbol of the US war machine”.
The Air Force later removed the helicopter from its website.
This image has been used on many occasions by the military to demonstrate how powerful a helicopter can be.
Another example of the military using the graphic is the Air Force’s logo for its own helicopters, a red, white and blue emblem that can be seen on several different versions of the aircraft.
In 2006, the Air Mobility Command used the graphic to show the range of different types of helicopters available for use by the US military, from the R-36, a light aircraft that can carry a payload of 2kg to the RQ-170 Blackjack, which can carry 20,000lbs of bombs.
In the same year, a similar logo was used to promote the Boeing 787 Dreamliner.
Another famous clipart was the one that showed a man carrying a gun, in which he said, “We are here to save you.
The world is yours.”
This clipart is widely seen as a reference to the Vietnam conflict.
In 2005, a US soldier, identified as Robert Lewis Dear, was convicted of killing three people in Chattanooga, Tennessee.
After his sentencing, the soldier posted a message on his Facebook page saying he was sorry.
“It is with a heavy heart that I take this decision to hand over this gun to my family,” he wrote.
“They have been my life, my friends and my family.
I wish that they had never been killed in my family.”
It was widely believed at the start of the conflict that he was a former Marine and that he had been killed during an ambush.
After the conflict ended, many veterans were concerned that the United States military was not using its resources to properly care for wounded soldiers.
Some soldiers were worried that they would be blamed for the deaths of those who had been injured.
In a 2014 article on the blog American Heroes, writer John C. Lott said that many veterans felt that their families had been betrayed by the war.
“There was a lot of anger directed at the American military, at the military leaders, at everybody who didn’t get the message,” he said.
“When the American people learned of this, it was not that they thought that the military was going to be able to make things right.
It is because of a lot more than that that they felt that this was their fault.”
In the meantime, the military used other clips to portray a “good soldier”, such as this one from 2001.
In this image, a man is carrying a weapon while walking along a street in New York.
It shows a soldier with a rifle, a machine gun and a sniper rifle.
“Good” is shown as a yellow bar across the bottom.
“Bad” is seen as black with red circles.
In 2014, the American Military Institute, which represents US soldiers, told The Guardian that the clipart featured in the Airborne Brigade of the 101st Airborne Division was not the work of a member of the brigade, but rather of an artist who had worked on the military’s website.
“We have no comment,” the AIMI spokesperson said in a statement to The Huffington and other media outlets.
“All we can say is that the imagery is an intentional depiction of the actual soldier’s appearance at the moment of his death.”
The clip is a popular way to show solidarity between US soldiers and their fellow citizens and can also be used by people around the world.
“If you’re on a walk and see a soldier on the street, it’s a great way to convey that we need you,” said Lott.
“And if you’re walking in a cemetery, it makes a statement that you don’t feel that you’re being forgotten by this society.
It’s a way to send a message of unity.”