At first light on November 6 1956 three months after President Nasser nationalised the Suez Canal Oakley was B Troop commanderof 42 Commando, Royal Marines in the leading wave of Buffalo LVT (Landing Vehicle Tracked) as they nosed at five knots towards the beaches of Port Said.With a roar, the 4.5 guns of the destroyer Decoy, her oversized battle ensign “almost obliterating” (in Oakley’s words) her superstructure, rent the Mediterranean stillness. Glancing eastwards Oakley saw the statue of Ferdinand de Lesseps proudly guarding the entrance to the Suez Canal but, as he looked around, he realised that his LVT was too far ahead. Ordering his driver to slow down, he was told that the Buffalo was the fastest in the squadron and the driver was determined to be first ashore.
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Instead, he said he been living in his camper van and sometimes with relatives. I been driving across Canada. I don want to drive right now, Webb said.”He said, doesn matter. Tim Walz also responded to the violence and said in a tweet that the area “has evolved into an extremely dangerous situation.”State troopers were sent to the area to back up the local police. According to the Star Tribune, the police had “little information about the circumstances of that death.”Minneapolis City Council Vice President Andrea Jenkins condemned the violence, according to the Star Tribune.”I understand the frustration of my community members, but I’m really disappointed that people feel like the only way to express anger is through destroying our own community,” Jenkins said, according to the outlet. “I mean, tomorrow, where are these moms going to be able to get food and diapers for their children? We’re in a pandemic.