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1st ID Soldiers Pinned Down By Taliban Gunfire In Ghazni Province

Published Feb. 8, 2022

Footage dating back as early as 2014, shows soldiers from the 1st Infantry Division, 2nd Battalion, 16th Infantry, engaging Taliban forces in Ghazni Province, Afghanistan.


During the footage, one solider verbally states "They are over a thousand meters away". To some, that may seem like an ineffective range to be fighting at; however, throughout the video, multiple round impacts can be heard. At the timestamp 1:40, rounds are even heard cracking dangerously close to the soldiers fighting position.


The original source doesn't provide a lot of insight on this video, but it does mention their task at hand was to disrupt enemy movement.


Although a very generic description, we tend to find old combat footage like this all the time, mislabeled and provided with very limited context. If you happen to know more about this firefight, let us know in the comments below, or just give the video a nice upvote. We like upvotes.


austin marino

Published Feb. 8, 2022

Footage dating back as early as 2014, shows soldiers from the 1st Infantry Division, 2nd Battalion, 16th Infantry, engaging Taliban forces in Ghazni Province, Afghanistan.


During the footage, one solider verbally states "They are over a thousand meters away". To some, that may seem like an ineffective range to be fighting at; however, throughout the video, multiple round impacts can be heard. At the timestamp 1:40, rounds are even heard cracking dangerously close to the soldiers fighting position.


The original source doesn't provide a lot of insight on this video, but it does mention their task at hand was to disrupt enemy movement.


Although a very generic description, we tend to find old combat footage like this all the time, mislabeled and provided with very limited context. If you happen to know more about this firefight, let us know in the comments below, or just give the video a nice upvote. We like upvotes.


austin marino

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