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SEALs in Kandahar


An image accompanying a slideshow and report in USA Today: "Navy SEALs serve as buffer between Afghans and Taliban:"

US Navy SEALs and Afghan commandos are dropped off by helicopter in a remote village in Kandahar shortly after dawn to conduct a search for high-value targets. The SEALs specialize in operating in hostile areas with little or no support. [Photo by] Carmen Gentile for USA TODAY


Posted by Erasmo Riojas MD at October 28, 2012 10:30 PM ET:

wow! The old Hueys back in action in Afganistan.
Brings back old memories of the 'nam war games where i served with SEAL Team TWO.