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  • T_igger_cs_30
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    Originally posted by S2 View Post
    Present Arms!

    Fcukin' war. I want our guys and gals home.
    From a non religous man.......................... amen to that brother.

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  • S2
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    Present Arms!

    Fcukin' war. I want our guys and gals home.

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  • Nauticus
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    The insurgent took a shot and the Paras returned fire. He fled on a motorcycle and when he got a mile away, stopped and was giving "high fives" to a colleague when they were hit by a Hellfire missile fired by a Reaper drone.
    I lol'ed

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  • tankie
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    Originally posted by T_igger_cs_30 View Post
    Sad, Eric............. I had a few "sherberts" last year with the guy while they were on pre deployment training here..............nice guy.
    Lucky you m8y , yea its sad , very sad , but the guy knew what he was doing as we all did when signing on for the gig .Its one of those things that rams home the fear factor and anger as was demonstrated by the reply from his squad .

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  • T_igger_cs_30
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    Originally posted by tankie View Post
    Bloody hell , RIP Lt .
    Sad, Eric............. I had a few "sherberts" last year with the guy while they were on pre deployment training here..............nice guy.

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  • tankie
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    Bloody hell , RIP Lt .

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  • T_igger_cs_30
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    Dead Men Risen: The death of Lieutenant Mark Evison

    With supreme bravery, Welsh Guardsmen fought to get their grievously wounded commander back to their remote Helmand base. Then they faced an agonising wait for a helicopter as his life slipped away.

    Dead Men Risen: The death of Lieutenant Mark Evison - Telegraph

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  • T_igger_cs_30
    started a topic Dead Men Risen: The snipers' story

    Dead Men Risen: The snipers' story

    Operating from a remote patrol base in Helmand, two British snipers were responsible for killing 75 Taliban fighters in just 40 days. In one remarkable feat of marksmanship, two insurgents were dispatched with a single bullet.

    Dead Men Risen: The snipers' story - Telegraph

    Potter had notched up seven confirmed kills in Bara in 2007 and 2008 while Osmondís total was 23. Both were members of the Green Jackets team that won the 2006 British Army Sniper Championships.
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