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Night Time Engager SADR City Iraq

Rating: 4.50 - Votes: 8 - Views: 4102
Added by: ChapaWolf, 07-27-2014
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This footage is so bad ass if its not a repost it should be! Mooktadar El Sadr's home town!

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08-25-2014, 01:58 AM #86420
   
kurgen
Corporal

wow!
   
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    ChapaWolf (09-02-2014)
08-22-2014, 03:33 AM #86395
ChapaWolf    
ChapaWolf
First Lieutenant

Has anybody else noticed how every video shot in iraq has that weird background noise like a hollow echo?
   
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08-22-2014, 03:10 AM #86394
   
Flamingtorso
Corporal

You American Devils shot my BMW!
   
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    ChapaWolf (08-22-2014)
08-09-2014, 10:36 AM #86202
   
XapacheX
Corporal

Very hard to watch this with LQ camera.
   
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08-01-2014, 09:20 PM #86086
LetsTripOutAndDie    
LetsTripOutAndDie
First Lieutenant

Good footage but wish they would let us see the snackbars killed on helmet can - Lets
   
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    ChapaWolf (08-06-2014)
07-27-2014, 04:56 PM #85981
bgbllbffr    
bgbllbffr
Warrant Officer

oops I meant annihilation
   
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    ChapaWolf (08-06-2014),LetsTripOutAndDie (08-01-2014)
07-27-2014, 04:53 PM #85980
bgbllbffr    
bgbllbffr
Warrant Officer

What cant a mini gun do when it comes to overall anileation & devastation...
   
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    archangel54 (07-31-2014),ChapaWolf (08-06-2014),LetsTripOutAndDie (08-01-2014),Nash35 (07-27-2014),rayjen02 (07-28-2014),WentEast (07-29-2014)
07-27-2014, 10:03 AM #85975
rayjen02    
rayjen02
Sergeant

Holy Steel Wall, Batman! They put some rounds downrange. The cameraman had a hard time pointing the camera at all the badassery going on!
   
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    ChapaWolf (08-06-2014),LetsTripOutAndDie (08-01-2014),WentEast (07-29-2014)
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