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Taliban Leader Catches Hellfire Missile With His Stomach

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Added by: bu187, 06-20-2016
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An IED emplacement team, operating inside of Helmand province, is captured by the nearby PGSS blimp. The Taliban IED team continues about their operation, not knowing that they are being watched, as a nearby Apache waits for the word to drop bodies.

Once the leader is identified, a nearby Apache gunship gets within firing range. He confirms his target, and drives a Helfire missile directly into the Taliban leaders stomach

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03-23-2018, 01:00 AM #90221
alejandro6505    
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I think that was a very spicy food for that stomach
   
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02-13-2018, 06:06 PM #90211
   
XapacheX
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Good catch!!
   
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06-30-2016, 01:19 PM #89654
gas57    
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Great shot!
   
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