(NSFW) Karen Rebel's Deadly Linear Ambush Initiated With Claymore

Published 1 years ago

Karen state rebels of the KNLA recorded a deadly linear ambush on Myanmar (Burma) troops reportedly taking place on May 26, 2021.


The ambush is textbook US military doctrine. The commander uses hand signs to relay the number of approaching enemy troops, which appears to be four. He then initiates the ambush with their "killingest" weapon, a claymore antipersonnel mine.


Once the mine pops, the rebels open up with small arms fire, and the commander can be seen reeling in the remainder of the claymore's command wire. A maneuver team then approaches the kill zone to clear it. As they do, a support-by-fire element shifts their fire out of the kill zone to the flanks, ensuring any nearby unseen enemy forces are suppressed.


The maneuver element hastily eliminates any remaining resistance and loots the bodies for weapons and equipment. They then quickly withdraw from the area before a government counter assault team can arrive.


The ambush was likely predated by days of observation to learn the soldiers' patterns and travel ways, which allowed for the most effective placement of the claymore mine.

Published 1 years ago

Karen state rebels of the KNLA recorded a deadly linear ambush on Myanmar (Burma) troops reportedly taking place on May 26, 2021.


The ambush is textbook US military doctrine. The commander uses hand signs to relay the number of approaching enemy troops, which appears to be four. He then initiates the ambush with their "killingest" weapon, a claymore antipersonnel mine.


Once the mine pops, the rebels open up with small arms fire, and the commander can be seen reeling in the remainder of the claymore's command wire. A maneuver team then approaches the kill zone to clear it. As they do, a support-by-fire element shifts their fire out of the kill zone to the flanks, ensuring any nearby unseen enemy forces are suppressed.


The maneuver element hastily eliminates any remaining resistance and loots the bodies for weapons and equipment. They then quickly withdraw from the area before a government counter assault team can arrive.


The ambush was likely predated by days of observation to learn the soldiers' patterns and travel ways, which allowed for the most effective placement of the claymore mine.

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