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Published Dec. 10, 2020

A video reportedly filmed in Afghanistan's Kunar province in 2010, shows 101st Airborne soldiers of the "No Slack" battalion getting pinned down in a nightmarish crossfire during a Taliban ambush.


Eastern Afghanistan's topography is unforgiving, and you have to give up the high ground at some point during maneuvers to get anywhere. They find themselves in the bottom of a canyon taking enemy fire from both sides.


They realize they have to move out of the kill zone, and do so smartly, going from cover to cover. Eventually, Kiowa helicopters come on station and begin pounding enemy positions allowing the besieged unit to exfil the beaten area safely.

Published Dec. 10, 2020

A video reportedly filmed in Afghanistan's Kunar province in 2010, shows 101st Airborne soldiers of the "No Slack" battalion getting pinned down in a nightmarish crossfire during a Taliban ambush.


Eastern Afghanistan's topography is unforgiving, and you have to give up the high ground at some point during maneuvers to get anywhere. They find themselves in the bottom of a canyon taking enemy fire from both sides.


They realize they have to move out of the kill zone, and do so smartly, going from cover to cover. Eventually, Kiowa helicopters come on station and begin pounding enemy positions allowing the besieged unit to exfil the beaten area safely.

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