There’s nothing quite like seeing terrorists get blown up by U.S. forces. Believe me. You’d have to see at least three dozen hipsters get mild anaphylactic reactions from the wool on their sustainably farmed scarves to get the kind of thrill you get from seeing one Muslim terrorist bite the dust.
Watching terrorists get their just desserts from the air is particularly satisfying. While this video is a few years old, it’s still quite a goodie. Several terrorists meet for a rendezvous out in the middle of nowhere, unaware that an American helicopter is watching their every move.
“This big truck over here, he’s having a little pow-wow,” you can hear one of the people watching the terrorists say at the beginning of the video as a pickup truck drives up. “What are these guys going to do?”
At one point, one of the men runs out into the field and ditches what looks to be a rocket launcher of some sort onto the ground. The other man goes out, looks for it and runs back to the trucks.
All the while, several people can be heard on the radio communicating as to whether or not they should engage the enemy. After another terrorist pops his head out of a hatch a bit of the way across the field, the order comes over the radio: “Hit ’em.”
Immediately, shells manage to blow one of the terrorists to smithereens. The second one tries to take cover behind wherever the first one to die popped out of. He’s also quickly done away with.
The third, however, manages to hide behind the big truck. It doesn’t take long for the helicopter to prove that big guns beat out a big truck pretty easily.
All this should send one very key lesson to terrorists who act like the kings of the world when they’re the only ones around with AK-47: when a real military comes gunning for you, whether it’s the United States or Russia, you can run, but you can’t hide.
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