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US Marine Patrol Team Under Enemy Contact

Rating: 5.00 - Votes: 3 - Views: 2399
Added by: hbk_85, 02-12-2014
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Intense footage of US Marines with ANA coming under Taliban Fire as they dig deep into village for routine patrol for the Day. The Video quality is excellent.

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02-19-2014, 09:48 AM #82714
Wes    
Wes
Corporal

I.S.A.F: Show them any type of landscape with a legitimate enemy /pID w/ ROE+ & say go get em!
- Any type of Mission at anytime of the day.

Grand upload HBK
   
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    serpa6 (02-19-2014)
02-16-2014, 10:28 PM #82670
serpa6    
serpa6
Moderator

@ebk he is still chasing taliban towards the end, so i guess he did not get hit by the 240 no fear
   
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    Wes (02-19-2014)
02-16-2014, 03:54 PM #82654
sprite    
sprite
Sergeant

What a brave dog! great upload, thank you
   
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02-14-2014, 12:01 AM #82601
ebk187    
ebk187
Corporal

"What's up with that dog?" That poor dog jumped in front of a live 240-bravo and the camera cuts to the next scene. What do you think happened.
   
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    Wes (02-19-2014)
02-13-2014, 12:36 AM #82584
   
Skivvy Stacker
Sergeant

The dog was celebrating because he was getting a whole bunch of new Taliban faces to eat.
   
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02-12-2014, 05:06 PM #82572
   
A-stan
Private

So, what's up with that dog? Seemed to accept the gunfire without a grimace.
   
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02-12-2014, 04:42 PM #82570
Elevenbravo87    
Elevenbravo87
Corporal

Nice!
dog at 1:50 was all " fuck it, time to get some of that ass"...lol
   
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02-12-2014, 02:26 PM #82569
GraveDigger    
GraveDigger
Sergeant

wow Thx man nice upload..
   
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02-12-2014, 12:56 PM #82566
hbk_85    
hbk_85
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this is my first HD upload on AC. cheers.
   
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