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An undated Liveleak video shows Syrian rebels deploying a slingshot -propelled grenade.
Posted by What? at December 11, 2012 9:33 PM ET:
I have no idea what I just saw.
Posted by wallbangr at December 11, 2012 9:46 PM ET:
I applaud the ingenuity of this (much like the improvised-fighting-vehicle-cum-A-Team-style-DIY-up-armor-van-conversion), but I would think that any sort of slip could easily take out all six of these guys in one fell swoop. The consequences of a misfire are much worse than with a water balloon launcher
Posted by TLA at December 13, 2012 2:54 AM ET:
Their aim must be very good. With lookouts on the roofs being able to yell if someone happens to walk in the vicinity of its one target area. Perhaps they are leaving nice Syrian cakes to entice them into the right place.
Posted by B. Assad at December 13, 2012 12:58 PM ET:
Aha! We now have proof that the USA is arming the rebels with Advanced Weapon Systems....
More random scenes from Panjwai district, Kandahar province, Afghanistan.
Raqqah, Syria is "now an al Qaeda town."
Information on the insider attacks in which Afghan security personnel attack Coalition forces.
A breakdown of the structure and units in the Afghan National Security Forces.
A look at the Movement of the Taliban in Pakistan's top leaders.
A look at the Afghan Taliban's top leaders, military councils, and committees.
Bill Roggio is a regular guest on the John Batchelor Show from Monday through Friday to discuss the war. Check John's site for the time. Click here to listen live online at WABC.
US News & World Report quoted Bill Roggio on drone strikes in Pakistan.
The News Tribune referenced LWJ's report on green-on-blue in Afghanistan.
The Washington Post referenced Bill Roggio's report on the Taliban assault on Camp Bastion in Afghanistan.
The Los Angeles Times cited LWJ's data on drone strikes in Pakistan.
The New York Times cited LWJ's data on drone strikes in Pakistan.
The Washington Post referenced Thomas Joscelyn's report on Syrian officials who supported al Qaeda in Iraq.
Reuters cited Thomas Joscelyn's report on al Qaeda spokesman Sulaiman Abu Ghaith.
The Civil-Military Fusion Center cited David Barnett & Bill Roggio's reports on the rise of jihadist groups in the Egyptian Sinai.
The National cited Bill Roggio's report on an American Shabaab fighter.
Politico cited LWJ's data on drone strikes in Pakistan.
Reuters cited Bill Roggio's report on an American Shabaab fighter.
The Huffington Post profiled The Long War Journal and its reporting on drone strikes.
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