Afghanistan - successful action of Polish soldiers

September 27th, 2007  
Venom PL

Topic: Afghanistan - successful action of Polish soldiers

Afghanistan - successful action of Polish soldiers
Tuesday, September 25, 2007

A rash action of Polish soldiers in Afghanistan: A patrol from Wazi-Khwa base has been attacked by a Taliban group. The soldiers responded with fire and killed three enemies. None of the Poles has been hurt.

The Polish soldiers were on a routine patrol, when they have been shot at by a group of 20 Taliban driving motorcycles, 20 kilometers South-East from Wazi-Khwa. Our soldiers responded with fire and went after the Taliban, which still have managed to fire several mortar shells towards the Poles.

Two Taliban have died in a direct battle and the third - in explosion of a motorcycle hit by Poles. The exchange of fire lasted about half an hour. A call has been placed for reconnaissance planes, but they could not spy a place where the Taliban has escaped.

Our soldiers have confiscated a weapon arsenal belonging to the Taliban - mortars, grenades, rifles and materials for IDE production.
Posted and translated by MZ
September 27th, 2007  
Good post!

Btw, happy birthday to you!
September 27th, 2007  
Venom PL
Thx phoenix
September 28th, 2007  
Yes VenomPL, Here's wishing you "A Very Happy Birthday" And may there be many more of them.

Once again, an excellent result from our Polish brothers in arms.
September 28th, 2007  
Venom congrats on not dying for yet another year!

And good on the Polish soldiers, continued happy hunting.
September 28th, 2007  
Venom PL
Thx again guys

Damn too bad that we leave in different countries/continents and can't meet in a bar have a drink.
September 28th, 2007  
Happy birthday, Venom.

And good to hear the Poles are still kicking Talibans' @$$es.
September 29th, 2007  
Miss Janis
Nice news and happy b- day too.

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