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    I liked the contrast between the Canadian and Afghan troops shooting over the wall.

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    excellent images nice dude.

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    cool video

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    Quote Originally Posted by lasek767
    I thought that was stupid i was laughing because all the did was pop up and shoot 2 shots lol they threw those nades like 10 feet (stupid) thats crap what they said about America getting bailed out by air support Americans actually stand and fight!!!!
    GO AMERICA BOOOO CANADA!!!
    Were you there also? Have you ever been under fire?

    Why BOO one of our closest allies? I have met Soldiers from all over the world in my time in the military and have nothing but the utmost respect for all of the them, even if you dont believe in their countries government or ideas, respect the men and women who fight for it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Airborne249
    alright video

    comment about the Americans was stupid .......CTV is stupid though

    definatly wasnt the "fierciest fighting ever caught on tape either"

    the **** from Marines in Falluja, Hue and on Iwo Jima is way worse
    The anchor's comments were dumb, no question about it.

    As far as the "fierciest fighting ever caught on tape ".. take it in the context of Canadian operations.

    It's a good example of fire discipline when compared to our ANA pals.. (who spray everywhere)

    lasek767..

    You should really STFU you piece of dog****..

    We had casualties and lost a man..

    Why don't you grow a pair and show us how it's done Rambo.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Canadian Sig
    How about ignoring what the stupid "talking head" civie said and instead focus on the pretty cool footage of some very good troops kicking OUR enemies ass.

    what is "wrong" about my comments though

    tell me

    ive got buddies over there and support the mission to the fullest and would be over there as soon as possible if I left infantry on my app but its now firefighter.

    CTV is full of ****..... thats all im pointing out

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    Quote Originally Posted by Airborne249
    what is "wrong" about my comments though

    tell me

    ive got buddies over there and support the mission to the fullest and would be over there as soon as possible if I left infantry on my app but its now firefighter.

    CTV is full of ****..... thats all im pointing out
    seen......and firefighter is usally a remuster trade in Canada ( my cousin is one ).

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    Quote Originally Posted by Canadian Sig
    seen......and firefighter is usally a remuster trade in Canada ( my cousin is one ).

    Ive heard so much differant stuff about that trade its unreal

    ill be civvie firefighter probley long before the Air Force calls me anyway

    (well, next week but only volunteer)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Airborne249
    Ive heard so much differant stuff about that trade its unreal

    ill be civvie firefighter probley long before the Air Force calls me anyway

    (well, next week but only volunteer)

    Just don't let some f%^&ing recruiter con you into a trade you don'y want with the promise of a re-muster later. I have tried to re-muster infantry and been told no way.

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    nice vid ive never seen any canadian footage

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    Quote Originally Posted by Canadian Sig
    Just don't let some f%^&ing recruiter con you into a trade you don'y want with the promise of a re-muster later. I have tried to re-muster infantry and been told no way.

    yeah, I hear you... thanks for the advice too


    I got pretty lucky with the recruiters I had..... a few mixed messages but if I left Infantry on the application I was told I would have a job offer within a week. True or not I have no idea.

    But considering PPCLI needed 364 men at the time (a month ago) I had to at least half believe it.

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    "fierciest fighting ever caught on tape"

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    The video is not working for me. Would it be possible for someone to post it here.

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    I liked the fact that the reporter didn't hyperventilate like U.S. TV reporters usually do. He was pretty straightforward in his package, sticking to what happened.

    Regarding the negative comments of others and speaking as a U.S. citizen married to a woman originally from Afghanistan, I greatly appreciate what our Canadian neighbors are doing in Afghanistan, and extend my sympathies for the loss of every Canadian soldier over there. Thank you very much.

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    Good job Canda. It's nice to finally see some Candains in action.

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