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Old 12-05-2007, 07:46   #12
mikeg81
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Location: Arnprior, Ontario, Canada
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Originally Posted by deadday View Post
Pray to God, light a candle, do a dance, whatever is your bag, that you are not directly attached or working with ISAF. You will come to loathe them and 90% of the non-American/British forces in the area. They regularly bribe the Taliban and local warlords (well, we bribe the warlords too) and al Qaeda for 'protection'. They will pay to keep certain roads protected, causing the enemy to focus on others, namely the ones you will be using...They will not leave their camps, hell, some of them don't even carry weapons, or if they do, they are not loaded! If you've been to combat with your unit already, you know who you can trust, who you can depend on, and who will **** up among your officers. As always, watch your new guys, keep them close, but let them learn.
Care to back that up, bud?

mikeg81,

Afganistan 2006-2007
Canada Task Force 3-06 Battle Group
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