The SEALs had got an impromptu start and ran down the ridgeline towards the tent. They heard an enemy fighter fire off an entire AK-47 magazine in the direction of the SEALs, but it was completely ineffective. The SEALs dropped onto one knee and returned fire; one SEAL only managed to get one round off before his M4 jammed. Then a second SEALs M4 jammed, and the two SEALs worked frantically to clear the stoppage. The SEALs cleared their stoppages and then started to return fire. The first insurgent ran straight at them; he was red-dotted on his chest and all it took was a burst of fire for him to drop to the frozen ground. The next insurgent popped up moving right and only made it a couple of steps before he was swiftly dropped. A third occupant tried to escape via the back of the ridge and was soon picked off and sent tumbling down the mountain side with a bullet in his head. From the densely packed warren of walled compounds that doubled neatly as enemy bunkers, lush orchards, and high up in the rugged mountainous border area between Afghanistan and Pakistan. U.S. Navy SEALs have fought some deadly battles paying the ultimate sacrifice. Locked in bloody combat with a fierce and battle hardened enemy in a dangerous and harsh environment.
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