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The Thailand Cave Rescue Shows Why Men Are Necessary

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Over the weekend, the rescue operation for the Thai soccer team and coach trapped in a cave in Thailand gained steam. By Tuesday morning, the United States woke up to the news that all 12 boys and their coach had been rescued.

Since June 23, the boys and soccer coach remained inside the six-mile Tham Luang cave, more than 4,000 feet below the earth’s surface, and 2.5 miles from the entrance of the cave. A photo of the Thai Navy SEALs who largely remained with the team has gone viral. Such is the world’s admiration of, shall we say, that unique kind of bad-ssery. The rescue has shown not only the power of science coupled with courage, but why society still needs men who have embraced their masculinity and aren’t afraid of danger.

Thai Navy Seals – bless and thank you for your heroic efforts with this rescue of the Wild Boars! ❤ #Hooyah. #ThailandCaveRescue #ThaiCaveRescue pic.twitter.com/SZWka7UAo5

— Ajeet Kumar (@dhonimahiswag) July 10, 2018

When the Thai Navy SEALs performed their rescue, officials tweeted, “All 4 Thai Navy SEALs came out safely. Hooyah Hooyah Hooyah.” To quote a line from “The Princess Bride,” “We are men of action. Lies do not become us.”

The Thai rescue operation was no small........

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