The situation in Colombia well in the major cities is peaceful.But the rural areas are coming more and more under control of the central government.The Narco-Terrorist really only resort to ambush and no offensive military operations.The big killer are IED's and land mines that take a toll on the civilians and military personel.
Hmm sounds better then i thinked about it, are the narco - Terrorists able to compene this repercussions with backup from the cartels(s) ?
IEDs are pretty nasty, but if they also plant IEDs / mines in citys wouldnt the people stopping to help the terrorists in any way and maybe more to support the goverment?
In Colombia people work with the Cartel's and Guerrillas because of the money, not because they want to help the revolutionary movements.... and of course theres always the people who are forced to "cooperate".wouldnt the people stopping to help the terrorists in any way and maybe more to support the goverment?
Humanitarian help is being sent to Peru after the earthquake.Colombian Air Force is providing air lift medical and food supplies and other much needed items.
A few more on Zeus.
On San Andres Island.
Last edited by Ghelp; 08-17-2007 at 11:06 AM.
Could not find it sorry
War on Terror.
Colombian Air Force gun camera footage.
Awesome video of the Colombian Armed Forces.
Colombian anti-narcotic police officers carry packages of cocaine in Tumaco, Colombia, Thursday, Aug. 23, 2007. According to police officials nearly 3.5 tons of cocaine were seized from the Norte del Valle drug cartel during an operation. (AP Photo/Fernando Vergara)