From the article,
"But next to him was Cpl. Christopher Ahrens, who quietly mentioned that two bullets had grazed his helmet the day the Marines attacked Marjah. The same thing, he said, happened to him three times in firefights in Iraq. Cpl. Ahrens, 26, from Havre de Grace, Md., lifted the camouflaged cloth cover on his helmet, exposing the holes where the bullets had entered and exited. He turned it over to display the picture card tucked inside, depicting Michael the Archangel stamping on Lucifer's head. "I don't need luck," he said.
You do not need luck, you need the protection of God's Greatest Angel.
Saint Michael, God Greatest angel, you gave God the glory, God gave you the power to defeat His enemies, especially Satan, rise with your legion of angels and defend us.
Send and post this to whomever needs the protection of God's greatest Angel especially our brave soldiers and police officers.