Inside the Iraqi air base targeted by Iran
As Iranian missiles hit Al-Asad Air Base on the morning of January 8, US and Iraqi troops moved into bunkers as the barrage of fire rained down. CNN Senior International Correspondent Arwa Damon was the first journalist to see what’s left of the base. She talks to troops who were hunkered down during the mayhem.
Posted by CNN on Monday, January 13, 2020
One might ask why these Americans are in Iraq, fighting against Iraq and Iran and in Syria fighting against that nation as retaliation for a Saudi-Israeli-neocon attack on the United States on 9/11..
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“A lot of hugs and a lot of tears…” Guys – this is the war and you are the soldiers. It is not a theatre. What a tender psyche you have!
If there were casualties, they would have thought 20 times before joining the US Army. And the modern generation is generally gentle.
Well, now these soldiers know what it’s like to be bombed. One could imagine their reaction if many died, I think they would’ve wanted to immediately go back home. Thanks for the video, it was a good insight.
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