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Taliban Pickup Trucks vs Apache Gunships near Zabul

Published Jan. 24, 2022

A section of Apache Gunships from 2nd Battalion, 82nd Aviation Regiment, 82nd Combat Aviation Brigade come across some Taliban pickup trucks in the open. Guess who wins.


You're never gonna guess who wins in a fight between a literal fire breathing death machine and a couple of Taliban pickup trucks. If you put your money on the Taliban, then I'm going to go ahead and guess you're either new here, or you're one of the trolls who lives in our comment section rent free.


What you're looking at here specifically was an area reconnaissance and surveillance operation for the Apache gunships which turned quickly into supporting troops in contact on the ground. The unit on the ground controlling the fires was 1st Battalion, 508th Infantry Regiment, 4th Brigade Combat Team, also known as Task Force One Fury.


At the conclusion of this strike, 20 Taliban fighters were left dead. 1st Battalion, 508th Infantry Regiment and their Afghan Counterparts also recovered two stolen ANA Ranger trucks, 15 motorcycles, and a significant amount of weapons, including two anti-aircraft systems that had been mounted into the back of the ANA's vehicles by the Taliban.


You gotta love a happy ending.


josh brooks

Published Jan. 24, 2022

A section of Apache Gunships from 2nd Battalion, 82nd Aviation Regiment, 82nd Combat Aviation Brigade come across some Taliban pickup trucks in the open. Guess who wins.


You're never gonna guess who wins in a fight between a literal fire breathing death machine and a couple of Taliban pickup trucks. If you put your money on the Taliban, then I'm going to go ahead and guess you're either new here, or you're one of the trolls who lives in our comment section rent free.


What you're looking at here specifically was an area reconnaissance and surveillance operation for the Apache gunships which turned quickly into supporting troops in contact on the ground. The unit on the ground controlling the fires was 1st Battalion, 508th Infantry Regiment, 4th Brigade Combat Team, also known as Task Force One Fury.


At the conclusion of this strike, 20 Taliban fighters were left dead. 1st Battalion, 508th Infantry Regiment and their Afghan Counterparts also recovered two stolen ANA Ranger trucks, 15 motorcycles, and a significant amount of weapons, including two anti-aircraft systems that had been mounted into the back of the ANA's vehicles by the Taliban.


You gotta love a happy ending.


josh brooks

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