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Recon Marines in Small Ambush Crossing an Open Field in Afghanistan

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Added by: Stark, 08-26-2012
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Not sure if we posted this before, probably have and if so what ever, I loose track with all the videos we uploaded recently good vid neverless

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08-26-2012, 10:32 AM #59251
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Yeap we had this one on Old Apacheclips. I think it was shown on the Featured section on the First Few Days of NEW AC 2.0
   
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