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    A friend of mine that has close relative in Greek unit there,told me that Taliban attacked the Greek camp (same time with the Turkish,because they are joint camps) when Greek soldiers were celebrating Easter Sunday roasting the traditional lamp. AHhAah we are talking about surreal situations!! After the first surprise about 20 Raiders took possition in the roof and started engaging the Taliban who were in a hotel & around buildings ,and the same time all Greek troops went to their provided possitions and engaged them for over 2 hours. After engage, 2 US helicopters came for assistance but didnt found enemies to engage. I dont know nothing about Turkish side and if they had any casualty.Probably attack failed with serious casualties for Taliban.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lasse View Post
    Except that Norwegian FSK is the ones currently doing the CRU mentoring. NZSF is probably on their way home, or home.
    Yup, there's stuff out in open source about the Kiwis and the Norwegians and who was/is doing what.

    Looks like the Norwegians are already back in the news.

    Seriously, you'd think the ISAF SF working around Kabul were like a bunch of Hollywood superstars what with all the paparazi photos everytime something goes boom.

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    well, they are the mysterious Multicam warriors. And they are earning their pay and prestige in Kabul as we speak. Good luck to them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jacknola View Post
    TET offensive? That is an insult to the war in Vietnam, the Allied forces, and even the North Vietnamese army, who committed close to 150,000 men complete armored battalions, heavy artillery and massive infantry assualts. Go study some freeking history.
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    Much remains to be done to ensure Afghanistan does not return to terror rule by the Pakistani ISI through their puppets, the Taliban... but it can and will be done as the fight is localized by the initiation of true SF methodology.
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    The next step is to take the war to the fat, Pakistani Generals who have organized the deaths of hundreds of thousands, and the destrucction of an entire country as well as terror attacks around the world. They sit in their clubs, sipping scotch, playing 19th C. imperial map games without being held accountable. Time to hold them and their families accountable.
    Thank you for taking the time to counter this ridiculous Tet comparison. I've seen many sources who seem to have an alarming jubilance indulging in ridiculous hyperbole to make the allied/NATO mission appear as though it were doomed.

    Speaking as someone returning to Afghanistan in 2013, I am growing increasingly weary of the defeatist rhetoric and ridiculous comparisons (such as Tet) that seem to keep cropping up.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BLUE THOR View Post
    well, they are the mysterious Multicam warriors. And they are earning their pay and prestige in Kabul as we speak. Good luck to them.
    I have a good feeling Funkers530 will have coverage of this.

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    Turkish and Greek forces fighting together against a common foe.



    The prophecies were true, the world is going to end in 2012.

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    the Haqqani network strike again

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    • Brazen 18-hour attack on Kabul comes to an end
    • At least 17 insurgents, policeman killed in deadly attack
    • Taliban attacks targeted mainly Western, foreign sites


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    AFGHANISTAN said its forces regained control of Kabul today after killing Taliban militants - some disguised as women in burqas - who launched one of the biggest attacks on the capital in a decade of war. A total of 47 people were killed and some 65 wounded in Kabul and three neighbouring provinces where government and military targets also came under attack, Interior Minister Bismillah Mohammadi told a news conference.
    "A couple of the insurgents in Kabul were wearing burqas and carrying flowers" before opening fire," he said.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wally1967 View Post
    "A couple of the insurgents in Kabul were wearing burqas and carrying flowers"
    And stockings and stilettos ?

    Dying dressed as a woman... Jeez, what a ******ly depravated people.

    Maybe they were hoping for male virgins.

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    President Hamid Karzai of Afghanistan has linked Sunday's militant attacks to intelligence failures, especially on the part of Nato.
    http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-asia-17727036

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    Quote Originally Posted by Perry_9 View Post
    Maybe they were hoping for male virgins.

    ****** relations with young boys in women's clothing in certain areas is a way of life. Women are business, boys are pleasure.

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    If the taliban were smart. They sould like their wounds and wait for the coalition to leave.

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    I know it's a little late, but here's some military police protecting the Afghan Parliament:

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