Buttle's World

11 July, 2009

Do or Die

Filed under: Posts — clgood @ 14:16

Here’s an amazing story from Afghanistan, along with video. (Note: the squeamish may want to just read the story.)

Pfc. Channing Moss of the United States Army was serving in Afghanistan in March 2006 when disaster struck. His convoy was attacked by Taliban fighters with small arms and rocket propelled grenades. Moss, manning an MK 19 machine gun in the turret of his Humvee, was struck by an RPG — and survived.


1 Comment »

  1. I can’t see well for the tears streaming from my eyes as I watched the video and read the story. There must be as special place in heaven for heroes and all those who put their lives in jeopardy qualify as does this brave young soldier who was the focus of their concern. I feel that it will be the best of these current warriors who serve voluntarily, because “it is the right thing to do”, who will be the ones to rescue our country and save us from the power mad group at the head of government right now. JMC

    Comment by Joan Caldwell — 13 July, 2009 @ 11:58

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